Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Suggested Uses for Body Mend

  This combination homeopathic remedy is truly amazing. The label says: “for the use of minor injuries such as sprains, strains and bruises, and as an aid in the recovery from surgical procedures.”
   I agree with the label and would like to share some examples. One friend “stood” on the top of a stepladder (where it says not to stand), tumbled down and got his arm caught on the way down. It didn’t break, although it might have been better if it had. The shoulder, elbow, wrist and fingers were badly wrenched out of place. The orthopedic doctor put him in slings and braces, while I suggested Body Mend. Six weeks later, at another appointment, the doctor commented that he had healed more in six weeks than he expected to see him heal at all.
   Another friend had to have arthroscopic surgery on his knee. He started the Body Mend a couple of days before surgery and as soon as he was able to take liquids by mouth after the procedure. When he returned to his doctor, he said: "Every once in a while, there is just perfect healing, and you’re that case!" Maybe the Body Mend helped.
   Stub your toes? Use it then. Kids falling off bicycles? Use immediately. Dental work? Oh, yes. It can take the trauma out quickly. Consider it a must in your holistic medicine cabinet.

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