Scar tissue often forms as the body attempts to heal itself after injury or surgery. This process is the body’s natural response to trauma. Because scar tissue does not contain nerve endings, the adhesion itself is generally not painful, but these adhesions often create pain and other problems.
Scar tissue can form on the skin or on internal wounds. People with conditions like liver cirrhosis, heart disease, and pancreatitis often have scar tissue on their liver, heart or pancreas.
Scar tissue forms as skin heal after an injury or surgery. Surgeries may also include dental extractions, circumcision, C-Sections, episiotomies, piercings, tattooing, etc. The amount of scar tissue may be determined by the size, depth, and location of the wound; the age of the person; heredity; and skin characteristics.
Many problems in the body are secondary to scars, which will block the energy flow through the entire organism. Information held in the scar tissue, impedes healing and prevents normal flow through the meridians, lymphatic drainage pathways and reflex areas associated with the location of the scar.
Adhesions or sclerosis of tissues or organs can also be seen secondary to the damaging effects of inflammation, infection or toxicity. For example when scar tissue forms near the nerve root, it’s called epidural fibrosis. Epidural fibrosis is a common occurrence after back surgeries. This is so common that it often occurs in patients with both successful surgical and non-successful outcomes.
Adhesions frequently involve the female reproductive system and are the source of pain for many women. In addition to pain, scar tissue may cause some women to suffer from infertility, painful intercourse, and blockage of the bowel.
5-10 drops of Sclero-Tox can be added to BioCatalase Liposome Lotion for use as a topical.