A blister is a small pocket of fluid within the upper layers of the skin, typically caused by forceful rubbing (friction), burning, freezing, chemical exposure or infection. Most blisters are filled with a clear fluid called serum or plasma. However, blisters can be filled with blood (known as blood blisters) or with pus (if they become infected). (Source: Wikipedia)
However, few people, know how to treat blisters. Does one pop it, just place a plaster over it hoping it will disappear or leave it open?
Colloidal Silver For Blisters & Cuts
This is where colloidal silver comes in handy.
- If you keep the blister wet with Silverlab Liquid or Healing Gel, you will find that the blister gets absorbed back into the body within a few days. The skin does not peal; it’s simply restored!
- Rinse with Silverlab Liquid to remove any foreign particles.
- Keep moist with the Liquid or Silverlab Healing Gel until the cut has closed completely.
- If you wrap the cut with a plaster, you can spray Silverlab Liquid under the plaster every hour or two to keep it moist.
- See doctor if it needs stitches!
Natural Health Tips on How To Treat Blisters – From Jan J Lategan
A blister is the body’s way to protect damaged areas of the skin against infection. They are formed due to heat and friction, i.e. a shoe that does not fit. The fluid in the blister comes from the surrounding blood vessels and is sterile. Do not open a blister. Rather allow it to heal by itself. If it opens, spray colloidal silver to combat infection and cover with an adhesive bandage.
[Natural Health Tips 2012 Jan J. Lategan pg.9]
Excerpts from Jan J. Lategan’s book, “Natural Health Tips”. Click here to find out where to order the book.