Burns

Discussion in 'Bee Medicinals' started by crazy8days, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. crazy8days

    crazy8days New Member

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    My son a few days ago burned himself pretty good between the toes. I was wondering if anyone has a good propolis cream they make? I've been reading about a cream but nowhere how to make it. He needs the bees help.
     
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    here we only use honey on all burns , cuts , sores
     
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    Saturday, at work, I splattered baked beans up my arm. I was attempting to take them out of the oven when my hot pad accidentally got in the way. It was like molten lava. My coworker suggested using soy sauce on the burns. She had read about it somewhere. Since the honey in our store room has been ultra filtered and processed, I consented. We applied the soy sauce by blotting it on with a napkin. While it didn't take care of the burning sensation right away, hours later I only had a small area the size of a pea that was red with no pain. So the morale of the story is... you have an alternative to honey if you ever get burned in a Chinese Restaurant.:wink:
     
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    I remember Omie mentioned on one of these thread boards a while back that she used honey on a burn right away and the next day she could hardly tell she had been burned.

    Jim
     
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    And don't forget a slab of fresh aloe leaf. I have cut one side off a piece of leaf and taped the whole thing to my skin, goo side down. Keeps the good stuff against the skin and not soaked into the bandage.