The Best Supplements for a Broken Ankle & Torn Ligaments
Injuries, whether to soft tissues or to the bones in the ankle, require certain nutrients to heal quickly and to heal completely. From the outset of ankle injury, the body experiences first the inflammatory phase, complete with swelling and heat, the proliferative phase, where the scar is developing, and finally, the remodeling phase where the...
Lemongrass has a light, fresh, citrus aroma with earthy undertones. Refreshing, rejuvenating, stimulating, and balancing, it inspires and improves mental clarity. Lemongrass also supports the circulatory system. Lemongrass is also considered one of the best oils to repel ticks! - Torn rotator cuffs, muscle and ligament injuries, tendon issues, digestive health, eye health, insect repellent
The combination of Lemongrass & Wintergreen Essential Oils is amazing for connective tissue injuries. I used it to assist in healing from acute tendonitis in my right arm, and several people that I know were able to avoid surgery for their torn rotator cuff injuries. I made up a mixture of 15 drops of each and combined it with YL Ortho Sport Massage oil and applied it several times a day. It was great for relieving the pain as well!
Comfrey, also known by the descriptive name “knit bone”, is an excellent plant for healing cuts, abrasions, bruises, torn ligaments, tendons, and broken bones. I have learned first hand the powerful wound healing of comfrey. Learn safe sources of comfrey and how to use its powerful healing properties.
The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) helps keep the knee stable, and prevents it from sliding forward. When you have a Torn ACL, your knee can become painful and unstable. These stretches and exercises are for a non-operative or pre-operative injury. See Doctor Jo’s blog post about this at: http://www.askdoctorjo.com/content/acl-tear-stretches-exercises