Breast milk healed my leg ulcers
by Lee Leake
(Las Vegas Nevada)
I have had a continuing problem with leg ulcers for about twenty years. Recently I've had a problem with two leg ulcers for about five months and after trying all the tricks I've learned over the years with no positive results, I went to a well known wound clinic about three months ago to see what they could do.
They tried everything they knew including some kind of skin patches that cost $2000 an application with no positive results. After watching a news show on the benefits of breast milk on healing wounds, I acquired some fresh breast milk from my daughter who is breast feeding my grandson and figured I'd give it a try.
I saw a positive change in my ulcers in twenty-four hours. On the second day they started to have a burning sensation in them as the nerves seemed to be waking up.
In two weeks both ulcers were completely healed. My wound doctor was amazed at the quickness of the healing. The milk I used was always fresh and never frozen.
I think that there must be some kind of growth hormones in breast milk to stimulate ulcers to heal so fast. I don't know if milk that is frozen would still have worked as well. I imagine that growth hormones if present may not freeze well.
I will be freezing some milk for future use as I am certain I will have ulcers sometime in the future, and will find out then if frozen milk still works it's magic.