POWDERED SUGAR FOR REFRACTORY WOUND DISINFECTANT?
Over time, we replaced the Egyptian’s honey with confectioner’s (powdered) sugar; cooking oil now replaces the Egyptian grease. We use the ratio 3 parts sugar and combine it with 1 part oil, mixing the two components until uniformly smooth. Storage is easy–any capped jar will do. The finished material is stable and remains easy to use.
• IMPORTANT WARNING
All bleeding must be completely controlled before Sugardyne can be used on a fresh wound. The reason? All sugars (including honey and syrup) chelate (bind with) calcium. If calcium is not available, no clot can form. Use of Sugardyne after the wound is free of any bleeding is straightforward; Sugardyne can be safely applied to the wound without fear of any bleeding once clots have been given adequate time to form–usually 1 ½ to 2 days. A copious amount (¼ to ½ inch thick layer) of Sugardyne is applied to cover or fill the wound and then covered with dry gauze. Deeper wounds are packed full of Sugardyne to the brim. Dressings are changed oce daily. Dressing changes continue until the wound if fully healed. As a rule, no skin graft will be required. Skin will automatically cover the granulation tissue (“proud flesh”) that fills the defect, completely.
Burn treatment is surprisingly easy. When Sugardyne is applied, all pain stops immediately. Therefore, no narcotic analgesics are required. No meticulous debridement of the burn …
D-Day is tomorrow 😦
Lotsa bad wounds 😥