Animal Bites Part 1 1) Wash the dog bite thoroughly with warm water and soap for more

then 5 minutes to remove the saliva 2) Rinse with rubbing alcohol 3) Rinse with hydrogen peroxide 4) Place gauze on it. Part 2 1) Soak the wound with a solution of Epsom salts (2cups per1/2 gal water) make the solution as hot as you can stand it. Keep it soaking for at least 30 minutes 2) Do this a minimum of 3 times per day 3) Pat it dry and then coat the wound with 4) If you have to stitch the wound, make sure there is no infection in it. 5) I would rather have a scar than loose a body part 6) Silver colloidal water 7) Or Pure Honey 8) Or 4 herb\tea salve 9) Or combinations of them 10) On the area surrounding the wound put a poultice of Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth; it must be food grade 11) If you have any access to Natural antibiotics (penicillin, or a derivative) 12) DO not use a man made product Part 3 1) Take Vitamin C it helps fight infection. 2) Take vitamin B it helps to produce antibodies. 3) If the bite is big, see a doctor it may be necessary to be stitched. 4) Take Echinacea in tea form. 5) Goldenseal tea the first day is very good for dog bites. Do not use this if you are pregnant. 6) Goldenseal applied directly on the bite is helpful as a 7) If you have access to MMS take it also 8) Also take 2 tbsp of colloidal silver water daily After the wound starts to heal and scab over use Natural vitamin E to prevent scaring I have used this for many years on bites from animals. Mainly dogs(German Shepherd, Neo Mastiffs) and cats but the occasional ‘wild animal’ also. I have shown people where the bite was for them to see the minute scar even those that knew how bad the bites were could not believe it

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