Gangrene is the decay and death of
tissue resulting from an interruption of blood flow to a certain
area of the body. Some types of gangrene involve
infections (wet or gas gangrene). Gangrene usually affects the
extremities, including toes, fingers and limbs, but it can also
occur in muscles and internal organs.
Developing gangrene usually often
results from an underlying long standing condition that damages blood vessels, such as
infections and other bacterial infections (Wet and gas gangrene.
Develops quickly and can be fatal) or
gangrene. Develops slowly) or past physical injury.
● Purple, blue then black
discoloration of the skin
● Severe pain and numbness
● A foul-smelling discharge leaking from an open sore
Internal tissue gangrene
● Swollen and painful tissue of the affected organ
● A fever and a feeling of being unwell
Advanced cases of gangrene
symptoms of septic shock)
Food is best natural treatment. Foods affect gangrene positively
or adversely depending on their type. Foods that restore natural
balance cure gangrene naturally without
expansive, and foods that cause expansion (Sugar, parsley,
etc.) will make gangrene worse.
Foods that cause contraction will naturally cure gangrene.
With the right diet, most cases of gangrene can be cured completely.
takes from a month to several months to cure gangrene
seven conditions of good health include mental well being.
Gangrene often result in mental troubles, like
and depression, especially if a
surgical operation is looming. Improvement in
gangrene results naturally in psychological improvement and
increased vitality. Becoming less
preoccupied or overwhelmed with daily physical
symptoms. This allows the
patient be more hopeful and positive.