By Dr. Andrew Jones
Hello and Good morning to you fellow readers.
On Saturday I was doing this..
But I was feeling a little overconfident, as I ‘hucked’ myself over a small cliff into this..
Which produced this..
4 inch laceration, Xrays showed no fractures, a lot of secondary swelling, and small contusions in the eye.
14 sutures, and a lesson in slowing down, avoiding hazards, and realizing I’m no longer 20..??
But the snow was sooooo nice 🙂 The skiing at our local hill in Nelson , http://www.skiwhitewater.com, is awesome, especially with ALL the new snow we’ve been getting.
The point here is follow up treatment, and how this can be applied to your pets.
1. Ice, and LOTS of it. Dramatically lowered the swelling, and treated the pain. I was icing it to go to sleep, and again as I woke up.
2. Homeopathic Arnica. I was on these every few hours- great for pain, inflammation and shock
3. My *NEW* favorite remedy for inflammation… 95% Curcumin
This is the active ingredient in the spice turmeric that has serious anti-inflammatory properties, from acute swelling, to chronic inflammatory based diseases, such as arthritis, allergies and cancer.
I dosed myself with 2000mg every 12 hours, and not only have I seen the swelling come down dramatically, I also feel no real discomfort, so it is my source of pain relief.
A typical animal dose is 100mg/ 10lbs twice daily for allergies, arthritis.
It is best used in a capsule as it stains things, such as the nice white tea towels your wife just washed, a BRIGHT orange 🙂
Dr Andrew J
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