How To Use Turmeric To Heal Wounds
Everyone comes across some or the other kind of wound every now and then. While the major ones are given due care and attention, and you rush to the nearest nursing home as soon as possible. The problem, however, arises many times with smaller ones.
These wounds or abrasions are often caused when we are busy doing our house jobs, repairing the vehicle or cutting vegetables in the kitchen. Well, most of the times, you would ignore them or apply some cream or lotion on to the wound. You may also tend to use some readymade bandage to it and get going the other moment.
Many times, you are lucky enough and do not suffer from any serious consequences but this may not be the case all the time. The smaller looking wounds may put you in big trouble. Who knows you develop tetanus or any other kind of infection in that minor wound. Therefore you have to be cautious on this.
Here we suggest you some home remedies, which you can keep in mind in order to prevent any unfortunate situation. Keeping an aloe vera plant within the house is always a good idea. Its gel is not only magical for your skin and beauty care but also provides soothing effect on body wounds, cracks and abrasions.
You can also boil some aloe leaves in water and apply the paste on to the wound. This will take away all inflammation and more importantly eliminates the chances of infection associated with wounds. In Ayurveda, turmeric is recognised as one of the most effective herb for treating wounds.
For this, you have to boil some turmeric powder in linseed oil and apply the lukewarm paste on to the wound using cotton. You might feel a bit of sensation on your wound but this provides you great relief from pain and kills all chances of infection.
Besides these external treatments, you can also mix up some turmeric powder in milk and drink it twice a day. This will help you overcome all problems related with the wound and help you recover from it in quite a fast way.
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