Drinking of bone broth to help heal a fracture

HipI fell off of a bicycle and fractured my hip last year. I was doing pool therapy and felt this pain while doing one of the exercises. Were these pool exercises too aggressive and is my hip healing?

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Remember that pain is a wonderful thing even though it might seem like a horrendous thing to you. But it tells you how the body and spirit are coping. So, that was perhaps a little too strenuous. You were perhaps trying to be a little too perfect.

But go back and enjoy the warmth and the support of the water. Do not stop doing that that you love to do. Move and wiggle and dance and enjoy the freedom. The more movement you have the more the circulation. Do not do severe pushing of the limbs, or stretching beyond the pain point, or even a great desire to push it that far. You never wanted to be an acrobat. You need to just enjoy the joy of movement and do it with love and laughter so no harm was done.

So the fracture is healing?

Yes, You need to have lots of… what is it called in your world, broths from bones. There is a good amount of a healing factor in those proteins that are very healthy. Get good healthy bones from beef animals and boil them gently, not a harsh boil to not kill the collagen; to develop it more so and drink these at least once a day and that will help with that.

Make sure you get lots of your B vitamins. That is your dark, green leafy things and that helps as well and of course Vitamin C. But not so much of the acidic Vitamin C. There are plenty that you can absorb that will help with the healing process. It is slow to heal, my dear, because in some ways you are a little slow to learn some things too. Be patient with your being. You are such a dear one.

By |2018-01-26T23:26:30+00:00March 19th, 2015|Categories: Health and Healing|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Patrick D Mccoy January 25, 2018 at 6:16 pm - Reply

    I’m sorry to say, but I find your response a little disappointing to say the least. Suggesting the bone broth to promote bone healing is misguided. There is no evidence that this broth has any benefit at all to… Well, anything for that matter. It has basically been proven to be nothing more than an ancient recipe of Chinese lore. Second, the vitamin B and C are helpful perhaps to overall health but do not promote bone recovery. No mention of vitamin D, copper, and zinc among others which are shown to have actual bone healing benefits.

    Sorry. I don’t wish to be rude but this advice is not good advice. It’s misguided advice.

  2. Jane Kennard January 26, 2018 at 11:21 pm - Reply

    Hello Patrick, Welcome to the site and thank you for your comment. I read the question and answer the guide gave. I could channel an answer again for you but I don’t think that is what you want. Guides answer what you need at the time you ask it. I gleaned from their answer that this person should slow down, take it easy on themselves. I have no idea if this person has a cupboard full of vitamins, but I do know that taking the time and love to cook a soup for oneself is a healing act. This Spirit Being gave this information to that person. I must say Patrick everyone is unique in their processes and journeys and no two heal or live the same way. You are as unique as your fingerprints and your Guides know it, so no one answer would be meant for all. What I do find in every answer is an energy of love. When you receive guided information let it sit with you. If it feels right within your being, then perhaps use it. If not, let it go and allow others to find theirs. Love, Jane

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