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Gnarly Burn

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by HomeAllDayHerbz, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. Well , I must have been pretty damn wasted to let my boy burn me with a clothes hanger for 10 bucks ..



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    This was sometime in December . It's about 2 inches long and is raised a little bit . It doesn't really hurt much .

    Any advice ??? I just want it to get flatter .

    I've been putting aloe on it and some Vaseline type shit .
     
  2. Jesus man...

    Go to a pharmacist/drug store. they have lotion for burns/scars that over time will help it fade.
     
  3. [quote name='"ILLOGIK"']Jesus man...

    Go to a pharmacist/drug store. they have lotion for burns/scars that over time will help it fade.[/quote]

    I've been meaning too . Just wanted to see if somebody knew any home remedy so I could save some time and money ?
     
  4. Let it heal like your body does and stop worrying about it.
     
  5. I've heard of papaya being used for burns. a lot of my friends have family from south american/the carribean and they always say to use papaya. But most people dont have papaya just laying around the house.

    I've also heard of vaseline, aloe vera, honey, olive oil, baby oil, coconut oil. Who knows how well any of that works though.
     
  6. I have NO idea what body part that is, and its creeping me out so bad!
     
  7. Aloe works pretty well. Its what I used last year when i grabbed a hookah coal with my fingers. Your body will heal over time though.
     
  8. It's on my upper arm . Like my lower bicep .

    And really ?

    It's raised and doesn't even look like skin .

    How long do you think it will be before it flattens and fades in color ?
     
  9. Not buying your my boy burned me with a hanger for 10 bucks, I see a couple old scars on your arm, I think this was a self inflicted. Anyhow that is pretty nasty and yes they sell burn therapy bandage type deals, which might help with making it not so raised. You might if you want to save money, which you should have been doing anyway is put nesporin on it but that may be kinda late if its as old as you say. I would still try as it speeds healing time, prevents infection, and helps to prevent scars. Also try to actually think in the future.
     
  10. first grind up the leaves and petals of the lotus flower. combind with the saliva of a goat from the Himalayas and the juice of a slightly over ripe pineapple. apply to burn. it will fade in 5 to 6 years with proper and regular application
     
  11. [quote name='"smr312"']first grind up the leaves and petals of the lotus flower. combind with the saliva of a goat from the Himalayas and the juice of a slightly over ripe pineapple. apply to burn. it will fade in 5 to 6 years with proper and regular application[/quote]

    Thanks man ! I'll get on that ASAP
     
  12. it will looks a lot better in about 6 months. burns take forever to heal. you will have a cool scar though
     
  13. [quote name='"headie shot"']it will looks a lot better in about 6 months. burns take forever to heal. you will have a cool scar though[/quote]

    Hope so . Thanks yo
     
  14. put some honey on it. when i get turf burns from soccer and put honey on it, the burn heals nicely and quickly.
     
  15. A burn of that severity will most likely result in a life-long raised soft-scar. In time the colour will fade to a pale white, if you keep it out of the sun during the first year or so.

    To help it heal fully go to a pharmacy and get the right medication. Aloe is good for minor burns, but that is full on 3rd degree.

    Stop using Vaseline or any fat-based compounds, like butter. These are counterproductive to burn healing and can actually exacerbate the wound.

    I hope it heals well.
     
  16. [quote name='"GaiaGuy"']A burn of that severity will most likely result in a life-long raised soft-scar. In time the colour will fade to a pale white, if you keep it out of the sun during the first year or so.

    To help it heal fully go to a pharmacy and get the right medication. Aloe is good for minor burns, but that is full on 3rd degree.

    Stop using Vaseline or any fat-based compounds, like butter. These are counterproductive to burn healing and can actually exacerbate the wound.

    I hope it heals well.[/quote]

    There's nothing I can do to help flatten it ? Pressure ? Bandage ?

    Thanks tho .
     
  17. med card here we come
     
  18. Did this need a bump? You asked your question, plenty of people gave you answers and ideas.
     
  19. How could you not tell that is his bicep? :confused:
     
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