Sweet Salvation

sugarheals Plain white sugar is a scientifically proven, highly effective wound healing substance.

It has been applied successfully to treat serious, sometimes life threatening conditions.

Sugar (when applied topically to wounds) protects against bacterial infections, speeds up healing, and reduces scarring.

Here are some studies to read.

Use of granulated sugar in treatment of open mediastinitis after cardiac surgery

Use of sugar and povidone-iodine to enhance wound healing: five year’s experience

Treatment of recurrent postoperative mediastinitis with granulated sugar.

Use of Sugar on the Healing of Diabetic Ulcers: A Review

Why do some cavity wounds treated with honey or sugar paste heal without scarring?

Use of granulated sugar therapy in the management of sloughy or necrotic wounds: a pilot study.

Sugar inhibits the production of the toxins that trigger clostridial gas gangrene.

Mixture of sugar and povidone–iodine stimulates wound healing by activating keratinocytes and fibroblast functions.

Metabolite-enabled eradication of bacterial persisters by aminoglycosides

Practical considerations of using topical honey for neuropathic diabetic foot ulcers: a review.

Effect of topical honey on limitation of radiation-induced oral mucositis: an intervention study.

Effect of Honey and Eugenol on Ehrlich Ascites and Solid Carcinoma

Effects of honey and sugar dressings on wound healing.

Granulated sugar treatment for leg ulcers: a case report

The use of granulated sugar to treat two pressure ulcers


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