Skin ulcers and blisters
How to deal with skin ulcers? Take a few narrow strips of soft linen, soak them in oil and rub with finely chopped garlic. Finally, an identical layer of oil and garlic should be obtained. Then put the ribbon turned with the greased side inside, put on the ulcers or the blisters and cover the affected area with it. Ribbon needs to be changed twice a day. The thickening will quickly soften with garlic, and the pus will flow out. This means that the patient will feel much easier.
Garlic against abscess
If the abscess is fresh, there is a great remedy commonly used in the village.
When the abscess is fresh, place a compress on the diseased place made of a few cloves of garlic mixed with cream in a ratio of 2: 1. Do not hold the compress longer than two hours.
In general, skin diseases are very successfully treated with garlic.
Even those most uncomfortable and serious, like eczema. However, it is advisable to warn: for the treatment of skin diseases, it is not advisable to place garlic preparations with alcohol. It is best to use balm, garlic oil or fresh garlic, but the precaution will not hurt – allergy to the garlic is possible but is not common.
Urticaria can also be treated with the compresses of garlic. The itching is removed and it passes faster. Skin diseases are usually the result of some nervous system disorders, metabolic disorders, which means the liver also and the pancreas.
Garlic against lichen
We suggest a very good countryside prescription for treating this skin disease.
Cut the garlic clove and put on the diseased place with the cut section. Then rub the mixture of birch coal and plantain juice prepared in a ratio of 1: 1.
Of course, before we begin with any treatment, we should consult with the doctor – to be sure that we are not suffering from some illnesses that would not be desirable. This is especially true of garlic, which, in addition to its healing properties, has strong bio stimulatory properties.
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