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Natural Remedies for Gangrene
Gangrene is the medical term for death of tissue (necrosis) in parts of the body. It is a serious condition that requires immediate medical care. There are several types of gangrene and symptoms depend on the location and cause of the gangrene; a doctor may confirm a diagnosis by these varying signs and symptoms. Additional tests, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized tomography (CT), may be needed to determine the extent of the gangrene. Treatment depends on the underlying cause, but treatment cannot revive dead tissue and surgery or amputation is sometimes needed.  However natural remedies may help, especially if applied as soon as possible. 

Wet Gangrene
Sudden interruption of blood flow such as due to burns, freezing, injury or blood clot. Wet gangrene spreads very quickly and can be fatal. The affected tissue may appear badly bruised, swollen or blistered. It may also become infected. Treat the underlying cause wherever possible.

Apply Cayenne (capsicum) infusion to affected area and take orally
If infected, apply Colloidal Silver to affected area and take Zell Oxygen orally
Dry Gangrene
This features insufficient blood flow through the arteries caused by for example atherosclerosis or blood clots, it usually doesn't involve infection. The affected tissue becomes shriveled, dry and dark. Treat the underlying cause wherever possible

Apply Cayenne (capsicum) infusion to affected area and take orally
Serrapeptase and Zell Oxygen orally

Gas Gangrene
Infection with certain types of bacteria, such as clostridium. It typically occurs at the site of a recent injury or surgery. The bacteria rapidly destroy muscle and surrounding tissue. Swelling around skin injury. Skin initially looks pale and then turns dark red or purple in color.
Olive Leaf Extract 
Zell Oxygen 
Colloidal Silver can be applied to area and can also be taken orally.

Internal Gangrene
Caused by interrupted blood flow to abdominal organs, such as the intestines, gallbladder or appendix. Signs and symptoms may include persistent or severe pain, fever and gas in tissues beneath the skin. Treat the underlying cause wherever possible
Circulate Capsules
Zell Oxygen