Healing of a deep ulcerated wound of the lower extremity, e.g. the foot, can take weeks or months to heal or close when using the standard treatment method described in most Western medical textbooks. An ulcerated wound is a full thickness skin erosion which can result from complication of an underlying disease, e.g. diabetes, or wound that won't heal quickly. I am not going to repeat here the various methods currently employed by nurses and physicians to treat deep non-infected ulcerated wound, because you can do a Google search if you want to know what they are – in less than five seconds. My method of treating a deep non-infected ulcerated wound, which I called the “No-Nonsense” method, takes less than five days to heal; and quicker – often within two days; and cheaper - less than $50.00. My "No-Nonsense" method has proven to shorten the time for the wound to close by aiding the wound to repair itself in an optimal environment - saline soak. The "miracle" process can occur anywhere provided no new insult occurs to the wound site. The process was discovered based on my intuition - gut feeling. No scientific research studies have been published that I am aware of. I am now going to describe the steps to you.
Step 1: Get a basin, a wide open container that can hold enough water where you can fully immerse your foot. Make sure that the container, plastic or metal, is 100% clean.
Step 2: Make a saline solution. Dissolve one teaspoon of salt in a gallon of tap water. If you think you need 5 gallons of water to soak your foot, add 5 teaspoons of salt to make your saline solution. Make sure you can taste the salt, but don’t make it too salty like regular potato chips. But, before you add salt to the water, boil the water first in a big pot. Once you see the hot water bubbling (boiling), let it boil for another minute or two, and then let it cool down to room temperature.
Step 3: Get a Waterpik, a water flosser that is normally used for dental care from the pharmacy. Flush and irrigate all the "junks" from the ulcer with the Waterpic. If there is any evidence of infection, go and see a good doctor, get him to culture the wound, and take Keflex or any other antibiotic that is appropriate to get rid of the infection.
Step 4: Scrub your foot with soap and water very clean under running water, like surgeons do when they scrub their hands and arms before they perform surgery.
Step 5 : Finally, soak your foot in the saline solution (in the basin) for 15 minutes twice a day, and watch the miracle occurs while you are looking at your foot - the wound quickly closes each day. If it doesn't, the wound may still be infected with bacteria, or you may have poor circulation in your foot. See a vascular surgeon to diagnose and treat your condition.