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Glycerin based tincture okay to use on wound?


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My girlfriend's mother has diabetes. She got a small scrape on her knee last week and the scrape is not healing, it's getting worse. I know that cannabis applied to the wound would greatly speed up the healing process, but all I have is a glycerin based tincture. Would it be okay to put on the wound?

Edited by Peter Griffin, 20 October 2010 - 05:48 AM.

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Thanks man. Do you think this will help?

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Sweet! Now her grandma won't be able to lecture me about marijuana :hello:
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You know I had never thought of this, but I'm going to try it out myself with my own tincture, not as a wound thing, but as a topical analgesic. Wow, what a great question. Thanks!

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You know I had never thought of this, but I'm going to try it out myself with my own tincture, not as a wound thing, but as a topical analgesic. Wow, what a great question. Thanks!


I was under the impression that cannabis based topical tinctures and creams were becoming a norm for wound control and healing process.

Oh, while I'm thinking about it I once had maggot therapy.
Felt amazing, believe it or not.
I know I know, the whole idea of having 50 or so living things in your body eating tissue, knowing that for your whole life they've done nothing but eat rotting corpses.
But the little guys felt good almost, kinda like when you rube the outside of a bad cut to stimulate blood flow, but actually in the wound.

Plus I was told they secrete antibiotic saliva an such while eating diseased and dead tissues.


Totally off topic but somewhat relevant to OP's relatives non healing wound. :smoke:

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Before cannabis was made illegal it was used as topic skin treatments, & as an antibiotic. I use oils instead of tincture as I can make them very strong. It works wonders on sores.

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which method do you use? also what solvent? :D

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which method do you use? also what solvent? :D


Similar to Rick Simpson's oil - I use various solvents to different results. See thread Ingesting Rick Simpson Hemp Oil - now a current topic - I posted a lot there.

I use virgin coconut oil to make my oils as the base. Also various essential oils.

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She's been putting it on the cuts for a couple days now and they are healing :hello:
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