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Sprains and Dislocation Herbal Treatment
Dosage :- 20 drops three times per day.
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An ankle sprain is an injury to the ligaments (the tough elastic tissue that links the bones to one another .)
Sprains normally occur when the ankle rolls outwards causing the sole to invert.
The conditions that increase the risk of sprain include loose ligaments, nerve damage, high heels and certain walking patterns.
The severity of the sprain depends on the degree of stretching or tearing of the ligament.
Grade 1.- Mild sprain - no tearing , little swelling or pain but increased chance of repeating the injury.
Grade 2.- Moderate Sprain - partial tearing , obvious swelling, bruising and pain and difficulty walking.
Grade 3.- Severe Sprain - complete tearing, swelling and bleeding beneath the skin, unable to bear weight.
On an emotional level it may be that there is some resistance to moving in a certain direction in life.
Bruising, swelling and pain can be reduced by massaging a mix of Arnica, Wintergreen, Comfrey and Rescue Remedy and Linseed Oil into the affected joint.
See the reference to this herbal mix at the following site:
For severe sprains I also recommend my standard Anti-Inflammatory formulation that contains
:- Oats, Devils Claw, White Willow, Guiacum, Burdock, Pine Bark, Rosehips, Comfrey and Yarrow as well as the Bach Flower Remedies Oak, Rockwater, Honeysuckle, Vine, Walnut and Rescue Remedy.
Dislocation involves the joints coming out of alignment and disjointed due to loose or damaged tendons and ligaments.
The massage oil above is beneficial for this condition after being relocated.
This information is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or treatment.
Herbal descriptions are examples of combinations of herbs and should not be interpreted to mean that this combination is for this condition.
Further information on Herbs and Healing: Does a Herbalist need a Medical Diagnosis?
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