are you partial to herbs, homeopathy, home remedies, chinese medicine etc?
What *I* would do is homeopathic symphytum (increases the activity of osteoblasts-is used where healing is delayed), calc phos cell salt (essential in the formation of bone tissue and boosts the action of the symphytum) and zheng gu shui (a bone setting linament that brings blood to the area and increases the rate of healing.)
Do you have links to the products you mentioned, in terms of where to get? Thx.
if you search by google, all are widely available and pretty inexpensive (anywhere from $7-$12 per)
for an situation like this things might go faster with a homeopath, but you don't really *need* one.
Comfrey root would be ideal for that. It's so effective you have to be careful to make sure the bone is together properly before you use it. It's other name is Knitbone, and really is great at speeding up the healing of bones. You can get it as a ticture or a tea.
Thx so much!
Since someone mentioned taking comfrey root as a tincture or tea, I'm wondering if these methods would work faster than homeopathic symphytum?
What about cartilage in the injured joints? Anythng that could prevent arthritis in these joints in the future? Thanks.
hi there! You'll get different responses depending who you're asking. I would personally do a higher dose of symphytum as it seems what you're doing is helping...you just need it to help faster. So I'd personally use a higher potency of symphytum and kick up the cell salts a bit only because I've never seen this not work. It just needs to be customized. Since you're not working with anyone you have to be a bit more conservative with your dosing, but you can still have great results.
I'd probably add calc fluor and mag phos at this point for cell salts too.