brackish always soothes and heal even if it is burning,..your wound should be healed, ample to soak in brackish water to finish the process of curative..
If you let the brackish dissolve first it shouldnt be acidic ample to harm you
But, saline water isnt to soothe the injury anyways, its to sustain clean it and prevent infection. Salt will with ease draw out even the tiniest particles of dirt, which will keep hold of your cut as clean as possible :)
brackish water help to keep the cut verbs
as well as helping it to alleviate
Use non iodized salt, roughly 1 slightly heaped teaspoon per liter of dampen mimics blood salinity. This is the ratio I use for Jala Neti.
The purpose of using salt dampen for wound care is to avoid the burning and injury cause by tap river, which has especially little osmolarity. The tissue osmolarity is similar to water when it have a little smaller amount than 1% salt surrounded by it. This prevents excess water moving into cell (causing rupture and "burning"). if you put too much salt within the water or only straight saltby your wound, it will hurt because it will draw water out of your tissues.
There is no bitterness in brackish.
Salt itself does not have beneficial properties. Iodine (in most table salt within the US) can be an irritant and some people own an allergy to it, so be aware of this when using salt wet on wounds. Iodized salt should never be used within the nose.
Your wound should be recuperative by now, but you should NOT soak wounds near sutures...just verbs it with some gauze and thin salt hose to keep the blood and crust rotten. Use an antiobiotic ointment on the sutures as all right. Soaking is macerating to skin and tissues that are healing and challenge the barrier to infection. It should merely be done when trying to let infection out (like an abscess).
Best of luck.