Vacation in France

Birch Antiseptic Properties

In addition to lubrication, and also spend a bath of birch buds in water. At the same time recommend and take hot oral infusion. The antiseptic properties of birch determine the indications for its use in secondary infected wounds. Established that the birch leaves falling on them, destroying pathogens. Birch tar containing phenol, when applied topically to treat wounds, antiseptic and healing effect. Everlasting sand. When local and oral administration stimulates the recovery of onion (Allium cepa L.). Old phytotherapy treatment for wounds.

Gruel from baked and mashed bulbs to impose on the wound. This type of wound healing and enjoys today a recognized effect. Of traditional medicine has come in our day treatment of wounds of gruel fresh-ground onions. Apply for applying to the wound. Garlic (Allium sativum L.).

Installed stimulating tissue regeneration effect of garlic to treat wounds. Applied topically. Yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.). It is recommended to use powdered aerial (no woody stems) of the plant. Also advised to use, and flowers. Hot infusion is used for local irrigation of wounds. Healing wounds and confirmed by the action of the Yarrow other authors. Experimental data show that the plant contained in azulene has healing effect on wounds. Jack Benny pursues this goal as well. Elecampane (Inula helenium L.). It is used in the form of an ointment which is prepared as follows: 50 g chopped roots are boiled in 100 ml of water for 20 minutes, strained broth mixed with 50 grams of pure lard, or a portion of the powder from the roots mixed with 2 parts lard, petrolatum, fish oil (taken in equal proportions).

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