Dr. Christopher’s Tissue and Bone Ointment is one of those products that I will have in my house for as long as it still exists. That’s how much I like this product.
The things it’s good at, it’s really good at. It lasts a long time and for what it does, it’s cheap!
Dr. Christopher’s Tissue and Bone Ointment
About a year ago, I injured a finger rock climbing. This is the sort injury that really only happens to climbers. I tweaked the second and third fingers when I was swinging from them, and only them, trying to get to a handhold. I felt a little pop and then an awful lot of pain. There was no bruising so I probably didn’t tear anything badly, but there were a lot of things I couldn’t do without a fair amount of pain with my right hand.
So, my climbing took a huge step back for several months while I tried to let it heal and not reinjure it. After five months it was a little better, but nowhere near 100%. Enter Dr. Christoper’s Tissue and Bone Ointment! I picked this stuff up and 1 month later, while still not 100%, my fingers were healthy enough to climb at the level I should be climbing and with no pain.
Ligament and tendon injuries can take up to 18 months to heal. I really believe that this ointment was a huge part of why I made such a fast recovery. It’s also good for healing surface abrasions.
However, you can’t use it on anything like a puncture wound. The reason is that it will heal the wound surface too quickly and trap foreign particles in the wound! This stuff is also supposed to help bones mend more quickly, but I don’t have any personal experience with that.
Give it a try. I’d love to hear your experience with it!