Abrasions, grazes and scrapes are all part of growing up. Accidents happen! What do you have in your glove compartment or first-aid kit to treat those around you when they fall?
Description, Symptoms & Causes
In dermatology, an abrasion is a wound caused by superficial damage to the skin, no deeper than the epidermis.
It is less severe than a laceration, and bleeding, if present, is minimal.
Mild abrasions, also known as grazes or scrapes, do not scar or bleed, but deep abrasions may lead to the formation of scar tissue. (Source: Wikipedia)
Colloidal Silver For Abrasions, Grazes & Scrapes
A Natural Anti-Inflammatory
Due to colloidal silver’s anti-inflammatory properties, it helps with the healing process of human tissue. This is the reason why it is so helpful in the treatment of abrasions, burn wounds, cuts and scrapes.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) studied the effects of inflammation after being treated by colloidal silver.
They found that the inflamed skin of pigs treated with colloidal silver experienced near-normal skin after 72 hours, while other treatment groups not treated with silver, remained inflamed.
We highly recommend keeping the Silverlab range of essential therapeutic products as part of your first-aid kit around your home, at work or on holiday.
Keep one of each on hand so that you and your family can be assured of safe, effective treatment 24 hours per day.
Directions For Use
- Any grit or sand in the abrasion, graze or scrape must be rinsed or scrubbed out.
- Rinse or spray the wound as soon as possible with copious amounts of Silverlab Liquid.
- Should the wound need stitches, visit your medical professional, otherwise cover the area with a thick layer of Silverlab Healing Gel.
- Keep the wound moist by spraying every now and then with Silverlab Liquid or re-applying the Healing Gel. This will help prevent scarring and will also stop the wound from cracking when a scab forms.
Most people who use Silverlab colloidal silver for wound treatment, report little or no scarring. Once the abrasion, graze or scrape has closed, you can start using the Silverlab Healing Cream on the area.
Natural Health Tips From Jan J Lategan
Cuts & Scrapes
- Apply colloidal silver spray or gel regularly to abrasion, graze or scrape.
- Take it along when you go camping, climbing etc.
Excerpts from Jan J. Lategan’s book, “Natural Health Tips”. Click here to find out where to order the book.