Psoas Abscess

by Queen ivory
(Philippines)

Q. - I am 24 years of age, I am suffering from a Psoas muscle problem for 3 years (tumor or abscess) in the right lower quadrant of my abdomen.
Based on my ultra sound result 2 months ago, the estimated size was about 12 x 9.2 x 11 cm (lwh).

My question is this: Can aloe vera gel prevent and cure psoas abscess? Please give me some ideas and advice on how to cure it.
Thank you!



A. - You asked whether aloe gel can prevent or cure your psoas abscess.
Well, let me put it this way. The natural antibiotics found in aloe vera help your body fight off bacterial infection.

By the way, you did not specify whether you are suffering from a primary or a secondary abscess.
I suggest that you let your internist drain the abscess first. Let him determine the cause.

It is highly important that he finds out whether it is primary or secondary in nature.

A primary psoas abscess may be the result of a staphylococcal infection in your psoas muscle. This makes the affected area inflamed and often filled up with pus.
On the other hand, a secondary one has an underlying cause such as infection of your bowels or your kidneys.

Spinal tuberculosis may even turn out to be an underlying cause.

Secondary psoas abscess is often associated with this disease and that's why your doctor should conduct a thorough test.
Anyway, here's the alternative approach in abscess treatment:


  • Aloe gel - 1/2 cup once a day. This makes the wound heal faster.


  • Bee Propolis - 2 tabs 3x a day. This bee supplement is a natural antibiotic. It also strengthens your immune system.


  • Garlic Thyme - 2 caps 3x a day. It is a natural antibiotic.


  • Absorbent C - 1 tab 3x a day. It boosts your immune system.


  • NatureMin - 2 tabs 3x a day. It contains zinc which stimulates your immune system.


Aloe vera gel works in synergy with these other products that I just mentioned.
I have to stress, however, that you must let your doctor know about your intention to take aloe gel.

And there you have it. This is just one alternative approach in psoas abscess treatment. I'm sure there are others, but that is another story.

Hope this helps.
Edwin K.

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