Warning on Calcium Hydroxide Alkali Burns!

I would like to warn people about the use of the chemical Calcium Hydroxide. I read about the use and the warnings about calcium hydroxide from the askmoreless site. It is very real. I personally experienced being chemically burned; it is painful, ugly, and looks like it will take some time to heal.

I was just so happy with my 12th liver flush last week, but my happiness was cut short. Maybe I mixed the wrong things, maybe my body just does not like calcium hydroxide, maybe my old eczema wounds on my right leg had something in them that caused the calcium hydroxide to be absorbed and burn through.

I also had an insect bite wound on my left leg that probably let in a lot of calcium hydroxide and my left leg was alkali burned too.

Why is this not eczema? This is not itchy. This is pure DEEP muscle pain; as in it is very hard for me to walk! But this pain has subsided after some hot water dips. Look at those craters. Just like in the chemical burns links.

I would like to make this clear: The pictures you will see are alkali burns caused by my foot bath with 4 tablespoons of epsom salts and 1 tablespoon of calcium hydroxide in very hot water, alternate with plain very cold water. I did the foot bath 3 times. 30 minutes each time. 5 minutes hot, 1 minute cold.

The alkali burns are awfully painful and caused those areas to swell. It seems my fluids and my flesh are desperately trying to neutralize the alkali chemicals. All ooze I’ve tried pH paper on shows 8+ pH (my paper comes up to 8 only). These burns are characteristics of alkali burns I’ve researched on the internet.

The solution is to keep dipping my legs in water. 30 minutes to 1 hour each time. I’ve done it 3 times now. Clear hot water. Becomes murky white-yellow. The burn sites are expelling white-yellow milky flesh and liquid. Internet sites say chemical burns like these will take some time to heal. Maybe 2 months?

Ah well, self experiments in the name of science. Now I know my brother should not be using calcium hydroxide.
What if calcium hydroxide had gotten into your eyes? You would go blind! The RISK OF USING CALCIUM HYDROXIDE IS NOT WORTH IT. There are safer alternatives to alkalizing.

Herbs and foods are SAFER healers, pure chemicals are very risky. You must know exactly what you need to do.

I do know some people get great results with calcium hydroxide use, but alas, I did not.

Here are some alkali burn links:
http://www.burnsurgery.com/Modules/initial/part_two/sec6.htm
http://www.medbc.com/annals/review/vol_15/num_1/text/vol15n1p7.asp

Here are my alkali burn photos.

left leg calcium hydroxide burn, before dipping in hot water to clean

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ight leg calcium hydroxide burn, after dipping in 60 minutes of hot water to clean off alkali material

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