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How to cure chilblains on the feet

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Chilblains are a reddish hard skin lesion. It appears as a characteristic inflammation under the dermis and produces a painful and painful sensation.

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Natural treatments for its cure are the best are anti-inflammatory methods, because they calm and activate the circulation. In this article, I will recommend some simple remedies that can be done at home. These are:

  • Cinnamon and ginger infusion. This remedy is prepared with the help of 3 cinnamon sticks, a tablespoon of ginger coffee powder, and 1 liter of water. To take effect you need to take it twice a day because it stimulates circulation.
  • Scrub with cayenne pepper. And this remedy is a great way to stimulate circulation, as long as there is no injury to the feet is to rub a tip of cayenne pepper in the area.
  • Chicken potatoes. An untreated potato is fried in the oven and then pirated with the pulp. Apply the hot chicken on the chin and let it rest until it cools.
  • Marigold and polenta ointment. Take a tablespoon of marigold and a tablespoon of mallow, and put them in a liter of boiling water, then let them rest for five minutes. Strain and apply on chilblains.

     Natural therapies for the treatment of chilblains

Aromatherapy is very good therapy and is generally applied after the shower, with the help of an almond or sesame oil, in combination with a few drops of essential oil of Cypress, Ginger, Juniper, and Rosemary.

The Mediterranean free. Circulatory system regulator: small heart, polenta, wild garlic, Eringio Azul, and Cosmos.

Homeopathy. With the help of this therapy, you will be able to find the exact remedy in fighting chilblains because each case is different. For example:

  • For simple (oral) baths: Agaricus muscarius, Apis mellifica, Arsenicum album, Ranunculus bulbosus.
  • For ulcerated baths (oral): Nitricum Acidum, Petroleum.

Schüssler Salts. Calcium sulphuricum, as Schüssler salt, helps heal wounds and works with Silica to treat these cases. The specialist, as always, will be the one to dictate exactly which Sal de Schüssler suits us in our specific case.

Phytotherapy. This therapy is done with the help of several anti-inflammatory and calming herbs. Their role is to reduce inflammation of the nose, ears, hands, and feet from the cold. They help relieve pain and also improve blood circulation. These plants are the following:

  • Walnut: Baths with water alternating hot and cold water.
  • Horse chestnut: Fruit applied to the affected area.
  • Celery: water baths for 15 minutes, 3 times a day.
  • Oak: Baths with warm water on the feet and hands.
  • Onions: fried onions for itching.
  • Lemon tree: Rub the lemon over the chin to heal.