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MENDING MUD
MENDING MUD


 
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1 oz. glass jar(powder) & .5 oz glass bottle with dropper(liquid)

This product comes as a 2 part kit. The Mending Mud Powder, and the Mending Mud Drops. This ensures a shelf life of years rather than months when premixed!

To support the immune system for slow to heal infections.

 Works well for antibiotic resistant wounds.

Wash wound with an herbal antibacterial soap, using a clean cloth. Spray wound with herbal Antiseptic Spray and allow area to dry for an hour or more. Make desired amount of Mending Mud by mixing the powder and drops. Apply a generous but even layer of Mud directly over wound and allow to air dry. This may take an hour or more, so it's a good time to relax. Gently rinse mud off and out of the wound. Reapply herbal Antiseptic Spray, allow to dry a few minutes, then dress the wound. Follow the Mending Mud procedure once or twice daily.



Ingredients: Mending Mud Drops: Oregon Grape root (Mahonia repens)*, Yarrow leaf and flower (Achillea sp.)*, and Tall Sagebrush leaf (Artemisia tridentata)*, Arrowleaf Balsamroot (Balsamorhiza sagittata)*, distilled water, food grade alcohol, witch hazel. Mending Mud Powder: Kaolin clay, mineral salt, and Puffball spore (Calvatia booniana)*.

*Wild harvested in Idaho.


It is recommended that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications. 



For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Cautions
  • Any cloth used to cleanse the wound should be sterilized by boiling with some bleach added. Disposable gloves are recommended when touching the wound.

    BATHING is not recommended when working with MRSA infection. After showering, the shower should be sprayed with a mixture of bleach and water (1/2 cup bleach per quart of water).