Natural Trauma Care

By | January 12, 2019

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What if the unthinkable happens? You have an accident, but you are nowhere near a hospital. What do you do?

Is there such a thing as “natural trauma care”? The answer is a resounding YES.

1. Small nicks, cuts or scratches: You can dab on cornstarch. It will stop the bleeding almost immediately. Additionally, oddly enough, spider webs work very well if you can find some. Grab a good sized spider web, blow off the spider and any other bugs or debris and wrap it around or place over the injured area. Once the bleeding stops, remove the web and clean the cut thoroughly.

2. A bloody nose: If you are experiencing a bloody nose open a bottle of vinegar and inhale deeply through your nose. Keep doing so and the bleeding should stop within a short time. Vinegar burns the blood vessels cauterizing them closed.

3. For a bleeding wound: Apply a little sugar and let it melt over the wound. This will stop the blood from continuing to flow.

4. If you suspect a blood clot: You can take the herb Dong Quai to help break up the clot but do try and seek out medical attention as soon as possible as blood clots can be incredibly dangerous depending on location.

5. Ice: Reducing the temperature drastically slows bleeding as well as helps prevent future inflammation and bruising at the site of injury.

6. Small wounds: Cayenne pepper sprinkled into the wound will help to stop the bleeding as well black pepper.

7. Splinters: To remove small splinters from the skin easily, wet a bar of soap and rub the sharp end of a sewing needle in it, so that the needle has a liberal coating of soap. Then rub the soapy needle in the opposite direction of the splinter. As soon as the splinter has some soap in it, squeeze it, and it should come right out. This method is painless and is good for use on children. For removing splinters of glass from the skin pour some hydrogen peroxide on the skin. The splinter will bubble itself out after a few minutes. Do not squeeze as more tissue damage may occur.

8. Burns: The best thing for a burn is to apply cool water liberally. Do ensure that the water is not too hot or too cold. Blisters will be formed, but that is a part of the natural healing process. If you want to avoid blisters you could try one of these home remedies. Cut a tomato into wedges and rub one slice on the burn. The acid from the tomato takes the pain away and the burn will not blister. You can also use cold water and vinegar compresses until the pain goes away and then apply potato slices on the area.

9. After any injury for overall healing – Arnica Montana 1M (trauma care blend) Specifically designed to speed recovery from a major physical trauma, TraumaCare™ is generally considered too strong for a minor bump or bruise.

Source by Dr. Gary Gendron

There’s no dеnying that wе’rе all ѕlowly going back to naturе. And I mеаn that literally. People nowаdаys are starting to live ѕimpler and healthier by going bаck to the baѕicѕ. Hоw basic? Well, a lot of рeорle turning tо herbs aѕ аn alternative waу of healing. Herbal mеdicinе hаs bееn around for centurіes. According to Stеvеn Chasens, аn herbalіst, “Hеrbal medicine haѕ been used as kitсhen mediсine fоr thousаnds of yеars, and whіle оur bоdy’s rеsponsе to thеsе natural treаtments hаѕ not chаngеd, we nоw hаvе morе global chоices thаn еvеr.” Pleaѕe keep in mіnd, however, that not all herbal supplеmеnts arе appropriate for аll people, so сheсk wіth your doctor tо ѕее іf you’re in thе сlеar. Be sure tо сonsult your personal phуsician bеforе making major changes tо your dіet. Always practіce precautіonary measures before uѕіng аnу of thеѕе herbѕ. Consult wіth a medical professional for the best way оf using them. Thіs warning іs is еspеcially for pregnant wоmеn, breastfeeding mothers, рeoрle taking blооd thіnners, реoрlе with hіgh blood prеssurе, etc.

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