|Submit Date:||11 Aug 2006|
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A guy had a engine fire in his car while he was working on it. He burned
his hands very bad. He rushed to a nearby creek and stuck his hands into
clay. He recovered 100% with no scars from the burns.
Clay is not dirt it breathes and provides a fake skin for the burn to
heal. Wounds and burns heal from the inside out. Untill a scap forms,
a temporary skin patch, healing will not occur.
Clay can also be used for wounds where a band-aid can not be placed
Reapply the clay when it wears off till the wound is healed.
Green clay can be substitued for clay. Green clay can be bought at
most drug stores under cosmetics. Green clay has benoite in it.