Can someone recommend an herbal remedy or a poultice?

November 14, 2011 by  
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herbal skin remedy
by wallygrom

Question by roscoe: Can someone recommend an herbal remedy or a poultice?
I have a wound from a squirrel bite that hasn’t healed yet after 1 week.
condition:red and swollen,and yellow pus.Also yellow eyeballs(mine),grey skin(on the squirrel)and bushy tail.appetite:no,except for salty nuts,fever,sweats,projectile vomiting and explosive diarrhea.
Any help would be appreciated.

Best answer:

Answer by 1thousand is super fantastic
WAIT..is it your nuts that are salty..or the squirrels? I think you need to soak your wound in windex and bite the squirrel that bit you. Hair of the dog sort of thing..

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5 Responses to “Can someone recommend an herbal remedy or a poultice?”
  1. Freaky says:

    Tea heals everything, but not Lipton or Red Rose, you gotta break out the strong sh*t. Like St. Johns Wort or something. I don’t really know. To tell you the truth, I didn’t even read your question in entirety. I only followed 1thouasand here. As you were. Sorry if I fcked up your life. I know what I do.

  2. cel's giant beaver luvs wood says:

    OK, did the squirrel bite you, or did you bite the squirrel. Who has the diarrhea?

    What about the nuts?

  3. catz says:

    have a bucket handy, that’s my best advise, and give the squirrel some alcohol to kill the germs. http://uk.geocities.com/easyhomebrew/graphics/squirrel.jpg

  4. ginsu chipmunk says:

    no, but i’ll be glad to cauterize it for you ; )
    some of those squirrels are dirty critters, i’m related to a few of them

  5. sangisama says:

    For any animal bite, apply a mixture of castor oil and lime juice. Simultaneously you can have one glass of warm water mixed with honey and lime juice to alleviate pain.

    Take vitamin C in the form of fresh vegetables and fruits. Juices of these vegetables and fruits are easily digested and they have the capability to fight infection, an important property while tackling animal bites.
    Intake of vitamin B supplements produces antibodies that fight infection.
    Use herbs like Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea), Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis), Comfrey (Symphytum officinalis ), Calendula (Calendula officinalis ) and Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceous ) in tincture form for a five day treatment. Recommended dosage is 1 drop per pound body weight of each, either orally using a syringe or directly on to your tongue.
    feel better!

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