Home Remedies for Burns!

Home remedies for burns brings cool relief and aids healing.

Being scalded by hot water or by staying too long in the sun can be painful, but are often minor first degree burns that can be treated naturally. Burning yourself while cooking or other such activities is also, usually, fairly minor with second degree burns.

If however you suffer even minor burns, but over more then 5 % of your body you should seek immediate medical attention. Of course third degree burns are life threatening and medical attention is needed a.s.a.p.

Anytime you are unsure as to the severity of the burn seek the advice of a doctor or health care professional. But if your burn is minor, try these natural sources before running for some chemical based over the counter drug.

Remedies for Burns #1:
Aloe is great for cooking burns or other similar kinds of burns. If you have aloe growing naturally the cut off a leaf and the steam and peel the outer layer. Place the peeled leaf directly on the burn. Leave for a few minutes and remove gently. After removing you will notice that a gel has been left behind. Leave this on and bandage. You can do this a couple of times a day for 2 or 3 days.

Home remedies for burns #2:
Lavender oil is great for many kinds of burns and can be used neat which means undiluted. Apply as needed.

Home remedies for Burns #3:
Calendula. Make an infusion of this herb, let cool and apply lotion onto affected area.

Natural remedies for Burns #4:
Blend olive oil and soy milk with 80% soy and 20% oil. Add a little crushed ice and soak the burn in this milk. It will cool the burning and aid healing.

Home remedies for Burns #5:
Vitamin E oil may be just what you need. If you have these oil capsules for supplements take out one and open and place directly on the burn. If the skin is broken however, do not put on. It will speed healing and reduce or eliminate scaring.

Natural remedies for Burns #6:
For minor burns including sunburn use full strength apple cider vinegar. It will reduce the pain and aid healing.

Home remedies for Burns #7:
Peel, wash and finely grate a potato and apply to the burn. This will cool the burn, ease pain and aid healing.

Home Remedies For Burns: Food for Thought

To promote the healing of wounds eating healthy is paramount. We recommend eating lots of vegetables, sea vegetables, sea weeds, fermented soy products like tofu and miso and whole grains as your staple diet. Secondary should be fruits, fish, sea food, nuts and seeds.

Third is including a couple of teaspoons of healthy fat a day like olive oil. Chicken and Turkey and other fowl are good choices a couple times a week. When you eat bird all you need is 3 - 4 ounces of meat.

All other meats should either be eliminated or eaten only a couple of times a month. All junk foods, fast foods and highly processed foods should be eliminated or reduced to not more then 4 or 5 times a month. If you want to be healthy you have to eat healthy.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Make the home remedies on this site your first step to a healthy body, mind and spirit.

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