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Baba Vanga Remedies for Gangrene

  1. Gangrene (on the toes) – make the following ointment: 1 tablespoon of fresh pork lard mixed with 1 tsp of oak ash and 1 teaspoon of slaked lime (aka Calcium hydroxide). Smear the affected area with the ointment and keep it on for 3 nights in a row. The blue spot first becomes red, then pink and finally it disappears.
  2. Gangrene – do a hot bath of the affected arm or leg (40 ° C for 20-30 minutes) from a decoction of sumac, mallow, and chamomile. How is the decoction prepared: In 5 l of water add 50 leaves of sumac, 50 g of mallow (leaves and flowers) and 50 g of chamomile ( flowers). Boil on low heat for 10 minutes. Then pour 1 squeeze of sea salt and once it melts, took the liquid of the heater, leave it to soak well for 20 mintues, and strain it.

After the bath, the affected arm or leg is dried with clean and soft cloth, and the wound itself is is dried with clean gauze or cotton. Then the wound is cleaned with a decoction of juniper (aka juniperus) and chamomile. This decoction is prepared as follows: 2 tablespoons of juniper are boiled in 500 mL of water on low heat for 10 minutes. After than add two more tablespoons of chamomile. When it rise in bubbles three times, keep the decoction of the heat, leave it to soak well for 20 minutes and strain it. Then on the wounds place 3-4 gauzes smeared with one of the following ointments:

  1. Ointment for gangrene wounds. Take 500 g of pure olive oil, 30 g of St. John’s wort (aka Hypericum perforatum), 50 g of pure beeswax, 25 g of white incense and Antennaria dioica(aka Mountain Everlasting, Catsfoot, or Cudweed). The olive oil together with the St. John’s wort are boiled for 1 hour. When you take it off the heater, and it stops boiling, add the beeswax, the incense, and the cudweed (finely chopped). Mix it very well so they can melt, and apply it on the clean gauze.
  2. Ointment for deep and festering wounds. Take 50 g of rabbit lard, 5 g of pure beeswax, and 5 grains of cudweed. The mixture is stirred on low heat, until it melts (but do not leave it to boil as it will lose it’s effectiveness), clear the foam, and take it off the fire. Apply the mixture on the gauze and on the wound.

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