bone fractures

Speed Bone Repair Naturally

Bone fractures are cracks or breaks in our bones often caused by accidents or injuries but also by osteoporosis and cancers that weaken our bones. They are excruciatingly painful and diagnosed by an x-ray. They are most common in legs, ankles, arms, wrists and hips but can occur in any bone in the body. Once the bone has been set by the doctor, the best remedy is rest, however there are other natural remedies that will help boost healing and strengthen bones.


How do I know if I have a fracture?

  • Swelling and bruising over bones
  • Limb deformity
  • Pain in the injured area
  • Loss of function in the injured area
  • Open fractures with bone protruding through skin

Remember, if you think you or someone you know has a fracture seek medical attention immediately.


If you or someone you know may have fractured a bone:

  • Do not move the individual or affected limb.
  • Apply pressure to any open wounds with a clean, dry cloth.
  • Do not try and straighten or set the bone yourself.
  • Try immobilizing the injury with a splint until help can arrive.
  • Relieve pain and swelling with ice wrapped in a towel or cloth.


How can I treat a fracture?

If you suspect you may have a fracture, seek medical care immediately. Do not attempt to set broken and fractured bones at home.

  • Get plenty of bromeliad; either eat a half fresh pineapple daily or use supplements. It helps to reduce swelling and inflammation.
  • Avoid red meat, soft drinks and caffeine to help improve bone strength.
  • Avoid foods containing phosphorus which accelerates bone loss.
  • Boron should be taken to help boost health and healing.
  • Calcium, magnesium and potassium should be taken to help repair bone damage and any muscle damage.
  • Comfrey helps to knit bones back together with elation which supports bone, cartilage and muscle health.
  • Increase your intake of plant based proteins from foods like soy, lentils and nuts.
  • Take a lysine supplement to help boost calcium absorption.
  • Vitamin E and C, lycopene, and alpha-lipoic acid are all useful in decreasing inflammation and lower the number of free radicals attacking the healing bones.
  • Take quercetin and vitamin C to help control pain instead of over the counter pain killers.
  • Exercise gently and only under a doctor’s supervision.
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