posted on May, 27 2013 @ 03:37 PM
Hi, I also see this is an old post, but want to put my feedback in too, since I just found the post through a google search "flour for burns", on
the first search result page. Actually this is how I found out about ATS, and am now a new member. Thanks.
Just before I found this posting, I was on the Snopes website, where they claim treating burns with flour to be "false". After reading their page
on it, I had to send them a little email letting them know they are full of lies, and just another tool of the propaganda machine. Last time I ever
click on that website!
Yes, flour does work for burns. I am a glassblower so burns are really common. Recently found out about the flour for burns thing through a friend,
and it didn't take long to find out it really does work, and works well. Obviously a treatment so easy and cheap and "miraculous" would be
suppressed by the mainstream, and considered a "hoax". But, like many of these "old school" treatments, the effectiveness can be confirmed by
reading through the old medical literature....thank you for posting a nice collection of some of the old writings about flour as a burn remedy.
I've found, most often, Grandma does know best, and the best miracle remedies are so simple and easy our minds have trouble accepting them to be
true. We've been trained to believe we need lots of pills and potions and lotions to get better. I for one, am happy to take things back to a
Thanks everyone for sharing all this wonderful info and tips.