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Healing => Healing with Clay => Topic started by: Merrygoround on June 20, 2019, 02:09:34 PM

Title: radiation
Post by: Merrygoround on June 20, 2019, 02:09:34 PM
Hi, I have a friend, she's late 70's, had mastectomy for cancer.  Surgery removed "cancer" and lymph nodes, then radiation.  Its now 1 yrs later and she is getting eruptions, deep redness, crusting on the area that was radiated. My instinct says clay to the area to pull out what is creating this issue. Should something else be added to the clay?  After removal of clay, what would be a good lotion type to put on.  Aloe, coconut oil, EO's?  I will try to attach pictures.
Title: Re: radiation
Post by: Jason on June 20, 2019, 02:15:51 PM
...clay is a great idea for any kind of radiation...

I would also use EIS Silver to sooth the area, and apply some type of raw coconut oil product, even raw coconut and shea butter if available.

Aloe is also good, but in my experience it has to be fresh off the plant!
Title: Re: radiation
Post by: Merrygoround on June 20, 2019, 03:42:54 PM
Thanks, I would agree with the aloe.  Have bought aloe even from HFS but is never like real leaf aloe.
I will see this gal later today, have whipped up a batch of hydrated clay.  Getting the consistency right... not too thin, not too thick.
How many applications a week would you suggest?   
Title: Re: radiation
Post by: Jason on June 20, 2019, 05:19:45 PM
That really depends upon the person!

If there is pain or discomfort associated with it, then a person might elect to use it twice daily; sometimes even more (when the clay completely removes the pain/discomfort/itch, people like to keep the clay on).

At least 3-4 applications per week.