Natural Cure with Salt for skin wounds ,circulation, pain, colds

Dry salt is placed on a bleeding wound. When salt is placed, the painful area will hurt, but the bleeding stops and the wound is disinfected. Dry salt is placed in a bloody nose. It is also used for washing teeth.

 

SEA SALT is put in mild warm water or hot water and it holds the frozen feet for 15-30 minutes and then wrap. This bath should not be used by persons with skin diseases.

 

If you drink a glass COLD SALTED WATER (a solution of half a teaspoon of salt per 1 cup of water) helps regulate the hard stool-constipation (constipation). Cold salted water is used to rinse the oral cavity so that gargles are made.

 

Cold or mild warm salted water can also be used for wound healing.

 

AGAINST ITCHING: 1 liter of water, 1 tablespoon salt and 1 tablespoon wine vinegar mixed. With this fluid, wash the painful spots.

TO IMPROVE THE CIRCULATION OF THE BLOOD– helps if you put your feet in cold salted water for several minutes.

 

 

HOT SALTED WATER causes sweating in flue, if the legs are held for 20-30 minutes in it, and then wiped with a damp cloth and are well covered Salt can also be used as a coating for alleviating abdominal pain, intestinal cramps, menstrual pains, hemorrhoid pain, muscular dysfunction of a miss, rheumatic pain. Salt is heated for a long time to be warmer, put on a towel or in a bag, then wrap it in a towel and place it in a sore spot. When it cools, the salt is heated again.  One teaspoon of salt and one tablespoon of sesame oil (may also be olive, from St. John’s worth, from yarrow, etc.) mix well and place it on a bitten spot of bee, wasp, spider..

 

Two tablespoons of salt are heated on fire and it is refilled with 200 ml of brandy or white wine. Allow to boil for several minutes (the salt does not dissolve). It is taken by a hand as much as possible, massage the places of stiffness, a cold, a gout, and so on. Then cover with a woolen cloth.

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