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Remedies for Cuts and Grazes

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Cuts and grazes

Remedies to Treat Cuts and Grazes

Cuts and Grazes Home Remedies

Lavender oil Treat cuts and grazes with lavender oil - Use lavender oil on minor cuts and grazes on the skin. It is a very strong antiseptic so only apply twice a day, morning and evening. You will see results with just 2 days of using the oil.

Treat cuts and grazes with cayenne pepper - If you are unlucky enough to cut yourself weather it's a minor cut a deep wound, apply cayenne pepper right away. It does sting at first but that will soon subside and healing will begin. My mother has used this remedy whenever someone is cut or grazed.

Cayenne Pepper

Turmeric Powder

Treat cuts and grazes with turmeric powder - This remedy works exactly the same as the remedy above, but instead of using cayenne pepper you use turmeric powder. It stops the bleeding and begins to heal immediately.





Treat cuts and grazes with salt water - Salt water is one of the best known remedies for cuts and grazes. If you are lucky enough to live near the beach the easiest thing to do is to go swimming. If you don't live near the beach, adding salt to a bowl of water and bathing the wound will work also. The wound is usually visibly clearer the very next day.

Salt

Tea bag

Treat cuts and grazes with a tea bag - This remedy is helpful for cuts and grazes that continue to bleed. If you place a dry tea bag over the cut or graze it will help stop the bleed immediately.

Readers Remedies for Cuts and Grazes

Remedy By - Bob
Date - 13 March 2008

Remedy
An old remedy passed down from my family over generations is to use kerosene and pour it directly into the MINOR cut and it deadens the nerves in the cut for a short period and relieves suffering...i have used this on many occasions and it works for myself and my family.


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