by Petra Webstein

Coloidial Silver and Activated Charcoal

activated charcoal

I am always looking for alternative ways to deal with daily things around horses including healing.

This particular horse belonged to a friend of mine. She injured her legs quite badly on a fench wire. The wound was washed straight away and then treated with Betadine and put a tight cotton wool bandage on it.

She had bute for the first 2 days and was given antibiotics for a week. 

After two days she was put on a herbal pain killer. I create my own herbal pain killer for horses (yes, I will share the recipe here).

Coloidial silver (which I produce myself) was used to flush the wound and after that activated charcoal was sprinkled on top. A simple nappie was bandaged over the top. This treatment was done on a daily basis.

It was interesting to watch and see that the infection drawn out – you could find yellow puss and blood on the nappie after one day.

Eventually the bandage was left for 3 days. 3 weeks later the wound looks very good – no proud flesh and no infection.

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