Mend: Topical Wound Care
With ingredients traditionally used to stop bleeding, stimulate the regrowth of healthy tissue and support an antibacterial environment, Mend is An invaluable addition to any first-aid kit.
Keep one in your car, keep one in your medicine cabinet, keep one in your bag.
Instructions: Topical use only, Do not consume.
For open wounds, scrapes, abrasions, abscesses or otherwise moist lesions on the skin: Clean with soap and water, dab or pour Wound Powder onto a cotton ball or cosmetic pad and liberally apply directly to the wound. You want to cover it enough that there is an opaque coat of powder on the skin. If it is a large surface area, cover with a loose bandage to protect but still allow to get air. If it is small, leave uncovered. The powder should stick to the wound and form a scab quickly. Reapply whenever you wash or when the wound becomes moist. You can use multiple times a day if needed. This will change the environment of the skin, drying out fluid (that feeds bacteria) to prevent infection, while encouraging blood flow to the area AND allowing the plant resins to form a bacteria-proof scab to protect the wound as it heals. For unopened or dry wounds, mix just enough water with the powder to make a thick paste, apply liberally and cover as needed.
Ingredients: San qi (Notoginseng Radix), Er cha (Catechu), Bing Pian (Borneolum), Long gu (Fossila Ossis), Chuan shan long (Discorea Nipponica Rhizome), Gao liang jiang (Alpiniae Rhizome), Ru xiang (Frankincense), Mo yao (Myrrh), Shan yao (Chinese Yam)
Organic, Non-GMO herbs are used whenever available, all herbs used undergo laboratory testing to ensure they are free from possible impurities or contaminants.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information in this article is for educational purposes only. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.