Okay, good. You have the boots. Regarding the photo upload, you clicked “Full Reply”? Then a page opened that allowed you to type a response and it had “Attach Image” at the very top? Did you touch “Attach Image”? (We aren’t finished yet. I just want to see if we are together up to here.)
Okay. Good job. Nice photo. (Smirky little smile that you hit REPLY this time instead of QUOTE. That should help a lot. ) I look forward to many more fine photos from you.
Something that I think would help tremendously in healing your wounds is a SyncroZap. It’s a device that kills bacteria within your body. It isn’t a medical device. It is catagorized as “experimental”. Mine cost $290, but there’s a cheapie zapper for $35 at www.ctbusters.com
I identify. In fact, my “old faithful” zapper, that was maybe ten years old, broke soon after I got back into my house (from nursing homes). But I bought that new one, because I knew that I really needed it. If I hadn’t already depended on it for years, I might not have spent the money. It’s also good for headaches. Pain is such a horrible enemy.
It may sound like something out of Frankenstein, but electric currents applied to the skin could potentially speed up wound healing. Ironically, though the phenomenon was reported 150 years ago by the German physiologist Emil Du Bois-Reymond, it has been ignored ever since.
Now Josef Penninger of the Austrian Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Vienna and Min Zhao of the University of Aberdeen, UK, have demonstrated that natural electric fields and currents in tissue play a vital role in orchestrating the wound-healing process by attracting repair cells to damaged areas....”