Sugar for Wound and Ulcer Healing

I’m Beth Daniel, one of the co-founders of Quantum Techniques. I want to discuss healing wounds and ulcers, such as diabetic ulcers on the legs. The tried and true method I want to promote uses sugar. Yes, sugar is good for something! I don’t recommend eating it, but it is good for healing external wounds and ulcers. Apparently this method is based on old ‘folklore’ that originated in Africa and I’ve heard stories that it has been used on battlefields for years. I was curious to know if it actually works.

Recently, I worked with a young gentleman who is a barista who had sliced his hand open and it wasn’t healing very well. When I checked him for using sugar on the wound it tested good, so I asked him to try it. Take some white table sugar and mix it with glycerine, which you can usually get at a drug store, to create a paste. If you cannot find glycerine, use honey as an alternative. You want to use just enough glycerine or honey to make a paste similar to the consistency of peanut butter, then pack the wound with it. Because no one wants sugar falling all over the place, wrap the wound with something like gauze, but not so tight that it cuts off circulation. Typically, the wound would be re-packed with the paste and the gauze changed every day or two. I suggest testing the individual in question to determine the timing.

I have read that sugar takes a long time to heal things, but in my client’s case, he did the process once and the cut was healed. Of course, healing time will vary depending on the individual and the severity of the wound. My client may have healed faster than normal since I also completed a QT treatment on him as he had bacteria in the wound. We were wondering about him using an antibiotic, but he didn’t test as needing it; he only tested for using sugar on the wound. One important thing to remember – don’t put sugar in a wound that’s bleeding, because it will actually cause more bleeding. The same method can be used for diabetic ulcers.

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About Beth Daniel

Beth Daniel completed a Masters degree in educational psychology and an Educational Specialist degree (Masters plus sixty credits in school psychological services) at the University of Minnesota. She is licensed as a school psychologist and practiced for eight years where her focus was on wellness promotion, crisis prevention and intervention with children and families. Beth is currently completing her Doctorate in Naturopathy. As a Quantum Techniques practitioner, Beth works outside of her role or licensure as a psychologist. Beth entered the field of Energy Medicine due to her complete recovery from severe multiple chemical sensitivities, fibromyalgia and environmental illness using Quantum Techniques. Prior to QT, she had between 25 and 30 allergic reactions per day, some of which were anaphylactic in nature and required oxygen for respiration. Beth is also a cancer survivor. Upon her recovery, Beth trained in Quantum Techniques, Masters level Neurolink, the Yuen Method, Contact Reflex Analysis, Field Control Therapy, and Emotional Freedom Techniques. Beth is one of only a few hundred people in the world trained at the Masters level in Neurolink and is an Academy Member of the Neurological Integration System. Beth has been a speaker at a number of educational workshops on a variety of topics, including Energy Medicine and its applications. She is a contributor to a book entitled "Ready, Aim, Captivate" which is endorsed by Deepak Chopra. Beth has served as a consultant for a non-profit youth mentorship organization. Beth is the co-founder of Quantum Techniques as it has evolved over the past several years. Beth and Stephen and their Rottweilers are based in Maui, Hawaii.

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