Care of fistulas, open wounds and odors in cancer patients

introduction

Some cancer patients develop abnormal pants in or on the body. Such artificial openings in the body, called a fistula, do not form in a healthy body. Artificially constructed pants like piercings differ from fistulas in that the skin surrounding these pants heals properly in a healthy body. However, fistula formation may not heal in cancer patients. Instead, it can get bigger for larger and larger open wounds.

Those who need to know very well how difficult it is to heal those wounds that don’t heal. The constant pus is an additional problem. Another serious problem with open wounds is the number of flies, insects, cafes and even small rodents that attract them. The fly infestation is then only slightly negligent.

The situation becomes even more complicated when the patient has this unpleasant smell of cancer. Although everyone cares about the patient, the strong and unpleasant smell makes it almost impossible to approach the patient. Friends and family are also hesitant.

In the fight against cancer, we accidentally stumbled upon an effective solution: the use of charred neem leaves in cow’s milk buffalo. Note that this is “an effective solution” only in terms of better treatment of fistula and smell. It doesn’t cure him anyway.

Before we go any further, let’s talk about Neem and Ghee first. Neem Azadirachta indica, widespread in countries of South Asia and Africa, is said to have exceptional medicinal properties. All parts of this tree are used to make a variety of medicines. The use of neem in soaps, hair care, and skin care products is very common. Locals often use their soft branches for daily dental hygiene. Adding neem leaves to bath water prevents skin problems.

Ghee or clarified butter is again very popular in South Asian countries like India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Although people who live in rural areas still make ghee regularly today, those who live in urban areas simply buy it from a store. Newbies to ghee will find it at a nearby South Asian or Indian grocery store.

Concerning the Neem and Ghee ensemble

The manufacturing process for this blend was printed in a larger local magazine. Since we had nothing to lose, we figured we would give it a try and see if Neem and Ghee had purchased any secondaries. The recipe is simple. Take 500 g of cow’s milk porridge and 50 g of neem leaves. Here in India we only pluck a few branches from the tree, pluck the leaves and throw away the rest. I don’t know how to get neem leaves in places where neem trees are not that common.

Melt the ghee in a suitable saucepan, preferably with a heavy bottom. Add the neem leaves and cook until the leaves are charred. The leaves crackle when cooked and eventually turn completely black. At this point, turn off the stove and let the infusion cool. Brush all the ghee leaves, crush them with your hands and mix the ghee again. Keep this preparation. It has been that way for a long time.

Use Neem and Gheepaste

Cleanse the wound according to your doctor’s instructions before using neem and ghee supplements. Apply the Neem Ghee paste just before the bandage appears. Cover the wound as recommended.

Benefits of using Neem Pate and Ghee

Neem Ghee paste is a good blend of excellent medicinal properties and an effective lubricant. The use of this preparation has helped us in many ways. Small skin tears were initially avoided which was no exception, although we were extremely careful with the dressing change. This in turn immediately led to patient complaints during the dressing change. The secret of an agreement with the little mastered.

Other significant benefits we observed were a dramatic loss of repellant odor and flies floating around the patient. Of course, this had no effect on the progression of the disease, but at least it was easier to keep the wound clean and to keep the patient almost odorless.

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