ESP-15 Vs... Severe Infection on a Veterans Hand ( Very Graphic Photos)

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Photos are VERY GRAPHIC & NOT FOR THOSE WITH A WEAK STOMACH OR FAINT OF HEART.

My husband fell out of a tree and broke his wrist a few years ago on a Wednesday. I took him to the local hospital within an hour or so of it happening. The swelling was too bad to set it so they told him to take some anti-inflammatory, wrapped it in a soft brace and wanted him to come back on Friday. Because he is a Veteran, the VA told the local hospital that they wanted to set it but couldn’t get to him for 2 weeks! The VA fit him in the following Tuesday.

By the time the weekend was over, his hand started hurting and giving off a faint odor. It was becoming more painful than the break itself! We knew our friends made herbs for stuff like this but had never really given it much thought honestly; until then.  We went to their house & took the wrap off to find the sores he had on his hand from wrenching on trucks had become one giant infected blistering wound! It was disgusting! At that point we saw no harm in trying the herb & did.

It began reducing the pain very shortly  after applying it. This was about 6PM. We had an appointment at the VA, I believe around 1PM the next day. We didn’t know what the doctors would say because we took the bandage off and put the herb on but didn’t feel we had much choice so figured we’d take our chances. When the physician took off the bandage, he was surprised and so were we!  The blister had opened & infection was literally stuck to the herb on the bandage & the flesh was red & healthy!! All WITHIN 24 hours!

Because it had been too long after the break, the bone would not fuse back together naturally and we had to come back the next day for the VA to put a plate & screws in.

This stuff works on nearly ALL types of wounds! Doc even has a version Veterinarian approved for animals!

 I’m putting this out there because I know what it did for us and I also know some of what soldiers go through on the battlefield… I think this should be in every field pack! Even if only for treatment until a medic arrives.  

Thank you ESP-15!

~ V Casteel

Contains Vitamins: A-C-K B1-B2-B3-B complex, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, blood coagulant, blood purifier, rapid wound sealing agent, mucilage agent, iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, selenium, tannis, beta carotene, carbohydrates, hexose.

Disclaimer- Information contained within is for personal use and information only. ALWAYS consult a medical professional for injuries and/or wounds. Furthermore, said information is not intended to suggest medical treatment, diagnose health problems or disease, and is not intended to advise any type of medical substitute treatment."


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