Is Coconut Oil good for Burns? Yes, of course it works well for treating burns and it is mostly commonly used as a topical treatment for burns in most of the coconut cultivated countries. Method – 1: (Coconut Oil) This process uses coconut oil alone for treating burns and its symptoms.
For Many years, when we think about diseases, medicine comes to our minds as a solution. But what about foods? the nature's way of treating diseases. In fact, if you look harder, you'll find that almost every disease has its own natural remedy. Here we explore some natural remedies you can make to treat or prevent various diseases.
The marigold has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory & anti-bacterial properties. It is also excellent in healing burns, stings & impetigo. Marigolds are wonderful in treating warts, corns & calluses. The flowers are also used in the treatment of many skin conditions from eczema to varicose ulcers. The marigold can be juiced from fresh flowers & leaves or made into a tea using dried flowers. The tea purifies the blood while helping expel worms, herpes or Hepatitis. #dherbs #healthtips
Every woman wants to have a beautiful and healthy body but working all day at a desk won't help. We understand that sometimes there just isn't enough time in the day to do a full workout or go to the gym. So, we brought you 20 exercises that you can do in just ten minutes, these exercises will make you feel better during the day and will get you in shape in a short period of time.
Figure B depicts the NPUAP pressure ulcer stages I - IV with descriptions of the stages and an image of each type of ulcer: Stage I is described as intact skin with non-blanchable redness of a localized area usually over a bony prominence. Darkly pigmented skin may not have visible blanching; its color may differ from the surrounding area. Stage II is defined by a partial thickness loss of dermis presenting as a shallow open ulcer with a red pink wound bed, without slough. It may also ...
echinacea has the capacity to raise the body’s resistance to bacterial and viral infections by stimulating the immune system. It also has antibiotic properties that helps relieve allergies. Basically, the roots are beneficial in the treatment of sores, wounds and burns. It was once used by the red indians as an application for insect bites, stings and snakebites. The echinacea grows on any well drained soil, as long as it gets sunlight.