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Here's a thought i have a small can of shaving cream (foam not gel) in my main BOB bag for cleaning wounds its just foam able soap with a antistatic in it. and the red jello (not sugar free) besides having sugar for quick energy it has gelatin helps absorb toxin in tummy and intestines been told can be used to clot blood to and in snow can be used as marking dye I Know there's produces for these purpose but in a pinch it nice to know

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Hi inkspot,

 

the sugar in red jello helps wound healing and helps prevent infection. Mixing Betadine solution with sugar gives you Sugardyne, a useful compound to place on certain traumatic wounds.

 

Dr. Bones

Thanks Doc

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You may also want to have honey in your food stores (BOB.) It can be applied to wounds to effectively act as an antibacterial. Bacteria will not grow in honey. But please, don't feed it to your dog. Dogs lack certain enzymes in their digestive tract needed to properly digest honey. Keep Fido safe. Nice info on the Red Jello trick.

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You may also want to have honey in your food stores (BOB.) It can be applied to wounds to effectively act as an antibacterial. Bacteria will not grow in honey. But please, don't feed it to your dog. Dogs lack certain enzymes in their digestive tract needed to properly digest honey. Keep Fido safe. Nice info on the Red Jello trick.

 

good point, and don't feed it to babies either

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never tried jello for stomach problems.....charcoal(oak/hardwood) from the camp fire works good tho.

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don't forget about cayanne pepper! it's a great blood stopper and is good for a sore throat! just put a pinch in your drink.

 

Is this a cruel joke? Put cayenne pepper in a wound! And gargle for a sore throat? Sound ouchy to me.

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Is this a cruel joke? Put cayenne pepper in a wound! And gargle for a sore throat? Sound ouchy to me.

 

no joke double d doesn't burn at all! as for sore throat, better to put it a hot drink like coffee or tea. it does work. come on double d give it a try!! LOL!

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Do chicken wings count? Ok wait 1 minute let me get a knife..................hey your right it really does stop the bleeding and it doesn't sting a bit!

 

mmmmmm chicken wings!!! hey, don't practice too much double d we don't want you all scarred up now!LOL!

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don't forget about cayanne pepper! it's a great blood stopper and is good for a sore throat! just put a pinch in your drink.

1 tsp cayanne in a 12oz glass of water taken 3 times a day fixxed my ulcer,when nothing the Dr. gave me seemed to help.

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don't forget about cayanne pepper! it's a great blood stopper and is good for a sore throat! just put a pinch in your drink.

 

do the red hot perrers I grow count as cayanne?

They are hot as anything I have ever purchased...

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Another 'remedy' dating back to at least the 'War of the Northern Aggression' is the use of onions to prevent a wound from getting infected. I'm assuming it is because of the sulfur compounds in the onion (same thing that makes your eyes water - when mixed with water the sulfur dioxide gas in an onion becomes sulfuric acid and is a bad medium for growing bacteria). As a side benefit, onions help prevent scurvy. If you're looking to GOOD, you might consider planting onions along your proposed route (the range cooks did this along the cattle drive routes so they'd have fresh onions).

All lore from the 1800's of course, but I do believe it has merit. DrBones and NurseAmy might confirm or refute this and I'd welcome their comments.

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1 tsp cayanne in a 12oz glass of water taken 3 times a day fixxed my ulcer,when nothing the Dr. gave me seemed to help.

 

that's great rez! cayanne pepper seems to be one those wonder cures like vinager and baking soda! if a person really got to checking into it it's hard to tell what all's out there that you can use! after all, the old timers seemed to get by a lot better than we are!

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