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There are some conditions and inflammations for which you do not need to have a medical degree to ease the pain or treat the symptoms.
Consultation with medical professionals is obligatory, but some treatments require only your patience and readiness to prepare them once you know how.
Eczema is an inflammation of the epidermis. This term includes various forms of dermatitis and skin conditions, as well.
The cause of this infection is not entirely known, although it is thought to have environmental and genetic factors. Usual symptoms are redness, itching, dryness of the skin, cracking, and bleeding.
There are two ways how to treat eczema with herbal remedies.
First, mix 10 grams of fresh-squeezed raspberry juice and 40 grams of either Vaseline or unsalted butter. You must stir until they form a paste. You should keep the paste in the refrigerator. As for treatment, you can apply it to the infection twice a day.
For the second treatment, you will need:
- Enamelled container
- 4 tbsp young batter
- 4 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tbsp chopped elder bark
- 1 tbsp chopped rosemary
- 3 grams frankincense
- 3 grams unmolded wax
- Garlic head
- 3 decilitre St. John’s wart oil
You should heat St. John’s wart oil at 50 °C, and add these ingredients. Cook them slowly in a moderate oven while constantly stirring it with wooden spoon. When it is cooked, use gauze to strain it through and put it in a glass jar. You should keep the jar in the refrigerator. Use it twice a day, in the morning and at night.
Rheumatic disorder or rheumatism is a term used to describe problems with connective tissue and joints.
The significant disorders include back pain, neck pain, and osteoarthritis, then, pain in biceps, legs, knee, ankle, shoulder and hip. The pain is chronic and it is complicated to treat.
Put 8 teaspoons of chopped henbane leaves and 2 tablespoons of rosemary leave in a jar or a bottle. Cover it with one liter of olive oil. Seal the jar and keep it in room temperature for 30 days with occasional shaking the content. Strain it through gauze and use it to massage the painful parts of the body.
Another possible treatment requires lilac and horse chestnut flower. You will need 5 tablespoons of each of these flowers and a liter of olive oil. Mix this the same way as a recipe mentioned above.
This infection of the skin is a lifelong immune disease. So far, no cure is defined by the pharmaceutical and medical industries, although many treatments can help in controlling the symptoms.
Psoriasis is not contagious and occurs when the immune system mistakenly perceives a healthy skin for a pathogen which results in the overproduction of new skin cells. There are five types of psoriasis; the most common one is plaque psoriasis that you can recognize by red and white hues of patches that appear on the skin. Plaques usually appear on the knees and elbows, but it can affect hands, feet and genitals.
The cause is not entirely determined through stress, genetic and environmental factors are seen as probable cause.
- 4-decilitre homemade olive oil
- 4 tbsp non-melted young butter
- 20 grams crumbled elder bark
- 4 tbsp fresh cream
- 20 grams chopped rosemary flowers and leaves
- 20 grams crumbled lavender flowers and leaves
- 10 grams chopped plantain leaves
Warm it up until butter and cream are melt, than add 2 decilitre of St. John’s wart oil and cook for another 40 minutes. Strain the balm and poor it in the jars. Keep the jars in refrigerator. Apply it on the infected parts in the morning and at night.
Severe bone pain
Treating severe bone pain is never to be taken lightly. After a consultation with medical officials, you can use this treatment.
You should mix 4 tablespoons of each: St. John’s wort leaves and flowers, buttercup’s flowers, horse chestnut flowers, and stem of the bittersweet nightshade, and one liter of olive oil. Keep it in room temperature for 30 days. Strain it through gauze and use it to massage the body.
Dislocations and sprained ankle
A sprained ankle is a condition where one or more ligaments of the ankle are partially torn. Dislocation is a condition of the bones no longer in the normal position; this may lead to a nerve or ligaments damage.
Mix 4 teaspoons of rosemary flowers and leaves with 6 decilitre of St. John’s wart oil and cook it for about an hour with constant stirring. Leave it to cool down, then tie it in a cloth. Put the cloth on the painful part and fasten it gently with bandages. After an hour, take it off and massage it with diluted vinegar oil.
For the treatment of different burns, you will need two fresh eggs and 100 grams of unsalted butter. Mix these ingredients and use the crème to rub the wounds. Repeat this after the crème dries.
This term refers to a deformation of the veins, usually on the legs, that became tortuous and enlarged. They are especially very painful when standing because when they enlarge, they allow the blood to flow backward.
Severe varicose veins can lead to venous eczema, leg swelling, and ulceration. If the pain increases, you can undergo surgical treatment, although it is always better to treat it non-surgically if possible.
The causes can vary, from leg injuries, abdominal straining, and prolonged standing to menopause, aging and obesity.
For the herbal ointment, you will need fresh agrimony leaves, flowers, stems, and fat. You need to chop flowers and leaves and fry it with 250 grams of fat. Leave the ointment during the night, then warm it up the next day, strain through gauze.
The jars should be placed in a dark and cold place, but you can also put them in the refrigerator. Apply the ointment two to three times a day and massage it gently.
Lichen planus is a disease that affects skin, tongue, and oral mucosa. The most inconvenient symptoms involve tolerable rash usually near the wrist and the ankle, although some types of lichen can have different unpleasant symptoms.
The disease is not contagious. Some types occur as an allergic reaction to medications for heart disease, high blood pressure, and arthritis. This skin infection is often a result of everyday stress.
For this herbal remedy, you will need garlic, honey and white ahs. When you mix 4 teaspoons of chopped garlic, 2 teaspoons of white ash and 6 teaspoons of honey you will have a remedy that you can find very handy.
Apply it on the body, cover it with gauze and strengthen it with bandage. After two hours, rinse the skin with lukewarm chamomile tea.
You can repeat this treatment up to three times a day.
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Last article update: 3/18/2019