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Posted by Marie on November 11, 2002 at 00:58:33:

Dr. Stoll,
My dad is a diabetic and is on dialisis 3 times a week basically all day. He is in his 60's. He has had two fingers removed from a combination of the diabetes and dialisis. He has been doing dialsis for three years in Jan.
Okay he now has diabetic sores on his foot and leg, and they have gotten so bad they can not get them healed and they want do some more amputations and he has said no to this. Is there anything he can put on it that will help it heal we are at our wits end with this, he goes to a wound care center every other day. Codene does not even touch the pain and that is what they are giving him for the pain. I am watching him give up on life and that is probably the hardest thing I have ever done, and if there is anything you can tell me how to help this I will appriciate it.

Marie



Re: diabetic sores

Posted by Vince F on November 11, 2002 at 08:03:50:

In Reply to: diabetic sores posted by Marie on November 11, 2002 at 00:58:33:

Marie, my mom got a BAD bed sore at the base
of her spine just before she died. She wasn't
diabetic but had Parkinson's which severly
restricted her movement. EVERYONE claimed it
was from a lack of nutrition which made NO
sense to me since mom ate and if she didn't
eat a dinner I suggested having sandwiches
made from the dinner since she could manage
them as opposed to a knife and fork. I was
told by family members that you couldn't put
veggies in a sandwich...I don't know why but
I suggested making a Shake out of the food
and that was no good either.

Anyway they said it would take Months to heal
the sore and I thought I could heal it in a
few days with cayenne pepper. Don't laugh
since it heals and cures Many things I use it
on. Since the sore was down to the bone I
thought I would try Pepper Spray that has
cayenne in it since I would think contact
might not be good. Luckily mom died in a
week but was in severe pain till she did.

I would look into cayenne for Many reasons.
It fights infection and is said to Improve
circulation AND it kills pain. The heat
which goes away in a few minutes will draw
blood to the area and they are talking about
a Substance P now a days and claim that the
body produces it and if you draw it out which
they claim that cayenne does, the pain is
gone till the P builds up again.

personally I am leary about puting the
pepper on an open wound for fear of geting
particles in the blood stream but that might
not be able to happen but what I did for
a urinary tract infection was to boil up the
cayenne in salt water which I always add till
the water turned red since I didn't think
the particles would get to my bladder or the
oils if that is what does the healing.

I just heard that what in cranberry juice
fights bladder infections is the Red Pigment
which may explain why cayenne works. They
claim it stops the bacteria from sticking to
the bladder walls. When I had the problem I
was trying cranberry and after a week I read
that it could take 30 days to work. I Needed
something Faster than that so tried the
cayenne/salt water and in 3 days I was cured.

The heat from the cayenne draws blood and
the salt draws lymph and white cells.

Since I had/have a circulation problem from
a chemical exposure, maybe some other things
might help your dad's. I used to get severe
pains in my legs from walking any distance
the cold also made them ache for hrs after.
I heard that zinc was needed in the outer
membrane of the redblood cells so tried it
and in 15 min the pain and cold feelings would
be gone. I had to take it shortly before I
did things or exposed to the cold for it to
keep the problems from ever happening but it
was 10X better than aspirins. I was trying
MSM for knee problems and happened to pick
up Sundown brand and that completely
eliminated the pains and need for zinc. I
still take it when I know I will be out in
cold for a long time and I Don't even feel
the cold anywhere in my body and I walk my
hounds when I am up to it and have walked
them for a hr with temps in the teens and
windy and didn't realize it was cold till I
came back into the house.

Niacin helps circulation so another thing to
try. .... The herb Gotu Kola may also be
something to try. It is said to help
circulation and tingling in the legs. I had
that and can't remember when it happened last
after taking the herb just a few times.

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Re: diabetic sores

Posted by
Cheezi on November 11, 2002 at 18:55:28:

In Reply to: diabetic sores posted by Marie on November 11, 2002 at 00:58:33:

Yes, it's likely that your dad's doctor will want to do more amputations if those sores keep up. My friend in Florida was just about to have part of his foot amputated and decided to go the natural route in hopes of having that approach work better than the allopathic route. He was able to avoid the surgery. E-mail me if you like.

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Re: diabetic sores (Archive in chelation.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on November 12, 2002 at 07:24:47:

In Reply to: diabetic sores posted by Marie on November 11, 2002 at 00:58:33:

Hi, Marie.

Diabetic ulcers are ischemic ulcers. The cure is Chelation. See the home page, the glossary and the archives as to what it is and how to fin d the closest certified chelation physician.

For the last 10 years of my practice, once I learned of this option, ALL my diabetic ulcers cleared up without surgery. Up to then I was sending at least one patient every year for amputation.

Let us know what you learn and how he does.

Walt



Re: diabetic sores (Archive in chelation.)

Posted by Marie on November 12, 2002 at 14:52:12:

In Reply to: Re: diabetic sores (Archive in chelation.) posted by Walt Stoll on November 12, 2002 at 07:24:47:

Dr.Stoll,
Do you happen to know of a doctor around Lufkin or Tyler or Athens or nacadoches or Huntsville, Texas that gives Chelation.

Thanks Dr. Stoll You have given me someplace to start.


Marie



Re: diabetic sores (Archive in chelation.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on November 13, 2002 at 09:25:58:

In Reply to: Re: diabetic sores (Archive in chelation.) posted by Marie on November 12, 2002 at 14:52:12:

Hi, Marie.

Go to the home page chelation article or the archives for how to contact ACAM for the listing of all certified practioners in your area.

Walt

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