Based on Dr. Christopher’s formula, Complete Tissue Soak helps to speed the healing of injuries such as sprains, breaks, ligament and tendon tears, as well as soft tissue and cartilage damage. Can also be useful for extensive eczema, psoriasis, and other skin problems where the skin is not broken, or at external surgery sites where healing is slow. See the directions for making a Fomentation.
You can also buy Complete Tissue Salve.
Product Name: Complete Tissue Soak
Ingredients: Oak Bark, Comfrey Root, Marshmallow Root, Mullein, Black Walnut, Gravel Root, Wormwood, Lobelia, Skullcap
Qty: 8 oz or #1
Medicinal Uses: For external use only. An herbal soak for injuries or muscular/skeletal issues or skin problems where the skin is not broken. Directions for use per Dr. Christopher’s website Herbal Legacy: “Complete Tissue & Bone Fomentation: Soak the combined teas in distilled water (at the rate of one ounce of combined herbs to a pint of distilled water), then soaking four to six hours, simmer thirty minutes, strain and then simmer the liquid down to 1/2 its volume and add 1/4 vegetable glycerine (if desired). Example: One gallon of tea simmered (not boiled) down to two quarts and add one pint of glycerine.
Soak flannel, cotton, or any white material other than synthetics–never use synthetics. Wrap the fomentation (soaked cloth) around the malfunctioning area and cover with plastic to keep it from drying out. Leave on all night six nights a week, week after week, until relief appears.”
Body System(s): muscular, skeletal, soft tissue