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    Default Not Apitherapy

    Not Apitherapy but still healing.
    My daughters cat was attacked by a pit bull with one compund fracture of a leg and puncture wounds on it's belly.
    The leg is in a cast and the wounds on the belly became infected even with antibiotics. She put honey wraps on the wounds for the past 2 days and they are almost healed. The leg has become infected and the doc says to amputate, she is going to treat it with honey before she lets him take it off if all goes well she may be able to save the leg in spite of modern science.

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    Default Re: Not Apitherapy

    Cats are tough. Good luck.

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    Default Re: Not Apitherapy

    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian Quiney WI View Post
    Cats are tough. Good luck.
    You need to slow cook them for a few hours and they'll be alright.


    P.S. rtoney, I hope the cat recovers.

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    Default Re: Not Apitherapy

    Great to hear, a real life drama of the healing powers of natural honey. Keep us informed of the progress, I'm hoping the leg is saved.
    “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” – John Muir

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    Default Re: Not Apitherapy

    You might also get ahold of some powdered propalis and mix it in with the honey for even better results.

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    Default Re: Not Apitherapy

    I was also going to suggest propolis used on the leg and also to take the propolis orally so it gets in the blood. It needs to be in the blood stream to attack the infection internally. I would do both internal and external.

    Bee venom from sting(s) fights infection also.

    Lately, I have been reading about the use of Calcium Bentonite Clay. I don't know if it works, you would have to check it out yourself.

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    Default Re: Not Apitherapy

    Just an update the bone was broke so could not be mended and leg removed but all wounds are healed thanks to the honey.

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    Default Re: Not Apitherapy

    Quote Originally Posted by rtoney View Post
    Just an update the bone was broke so could not be mended and leg removed but all wounds are healed thanks to the honey.
    Why wouldn't it be apitherapy?

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