Wound Healing and Herbs, Part 2
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”
In last week’s podcast, we focused on bone injuries and how to greatly increase their healing using nutrition and herbs. This week we will cover soft tissue injuries, from bruises, sprains and strains to lacerations, burns and abrasions. Much like bone injuries, there are a number of ways we can use herbal medicine to speed up the healing of soft tissue injuries.
Relatively few people are aware of how effective herbs can be inhelping injured tissue regrow and heal correctly. From the initial bleeding and damage, to the inflammation and pain, to helping prevent infection (or reversing infection), to the proliferation of new tissue around an injury, to scar healing, there are dozens (if not hundreds) of different plants that can assist our bodies in this healing process.
Join me on “The Human Path” as we discuss many of the different strategies at different stages of wound healing, and many of the different herbs we can use to help speed the healing of a soft tissue injury and bring our body back into functional condition again.
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