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All natural remedy for wounds, especially abscess, on cats

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Published on Apr 2, 2012

I have only used this on cats with great results. My cats often get abscesses. On one occasion my cat was missing for over a month and came back with a non-infected puncture wound. This mixture has saved me $$$ in vet bills. I also have a big bad a$$ kitty that likes to brawl.
Myrrh root/resin extract available at Whole foods + Golden Seal available anywhere vitamins are sold. In the video I added Golden seal first. It is actually better to add the Myrrh root extract first because you can watch the water turn white as it is added. I have no specific mixing solution. I just like to use a good amount so that it changes the color of the water. Best if you use the volume while watching the video! Flash boil contents to sterilize the mixture.

Once the mixture is cool. You want to hold the cotton ball or wash rag on the wound for as long as possible. I try to hold it on for 10 minutes, once a day, although, I have had success with minimal exposure. I learned this remedy from a person that works at a well known animal rescue group.

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