It is important to know remedies for healing, disinfecting cuts scrapes for you and your family. Not all injuries need to see doctors or sometimes you need emergency treatments. This what the aim of this article to let you understand how to treatment daily cuts and sores. When a skin is injured it can be infectious to the surrounding area resulting in serious bacterial infection MSRA.
Honey is a natural healer:
Honey is a natural healer because of its antibacterial properties, and kids and pets love it. You need to use a good quality raw honey cover with gauze and tape in place.
Cayenne powder (ground dried chili peppers) is best to stop bleeding, or dabbing on some fresh aloe gel on a cut, and knowing which leaves make the best field dressing can save the day.
Agrimony (A plant of the rose family) is a very useful agent in skin inflammation and pimples,rashes, blotches, etc.
Aloe vera gel:
Aloe vera gel is an anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial, use it liberally on cuts, scrapes and wounds of all kinds.
Essential oils are natural antibacterial compounds to prevent and treat infection and reduce inflammation. They help in reducing pain, disinfect wound, stops excessive bleeding and great addition to your first aid kit.
- Cinnamon oil
- clove Geranium oil
- Lavender oil
- Tea-tree oil
When you get a cut or scrape, follow below steps:
Stops the bleeding:
Apply the pressure to the area with a clean cloth, do not apply much pressure.
Clean the wound with a clean water, it is important to make it dirt free.
Use any of the above natural remedy powder/gel/oil to work on your wound as an antibacterial component to prevent it making your surrounding skin infectious.
Lick your wound:
If you don’t have access to water or cleanser, lick your wound. licking may help remove surface contaminants–saliva has certain antibacterial agents.
Wash It daily and don’t let it dry:
Wash the cuts/wound daily to prevent it making cover on it. Once the skin cover made on it, ointment or gel does not work faster as this skin cover is dead skin and does not let any remedy to have a direct access to it.
Protect it from sunlight:
Avoid sun exposure during the healing process for several weeks, be extra diligent about applying a good sunscreen (SPF 15 or higher) to areas where you’ve had a wound.