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Cured Pork for Nosebleeds

 
Michael Newby
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So I just came across this report that talks about how great raw cured pork is at stopping hemorrhaging. It actually talks about using "cured salted pork crafted as a nasal tampon" with incredible results for major nosebleeds. Has anyone else heard of this? It does mention that it used to be pretty common knowledge but went by the wayside as modern medicine took hold.
 
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This is actually really interesting. I never knew this little bit of lost common knowledge. Thanks for the post!
 
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