Arnica decoction and bruises
Immediately apply an ice pack (cold water) to the injury site for 30 minutes (usually this time is enough to stop internal bleeding), and then rub with a decoction of arnica flowers or camphor alcohol.
The same should be applied for stretching the ligaments, as well as for dislocations (after their reduction).
Onions and bruises
Grind finely chopped onions with granulated sugar, wrap in gauze and attach to the sore spot with bruises, sprains, etc.
Cottonweed drowning and fractures
2-3 tbsp. tablespoons of dry crushed herbs pour 0.5 liters of boiling water in a thermos, leave for 2-3 hours, strain and drink 1/3 cup 2 times a day 20-30 minutes before meals with bone fractures.
The infusion stimulates regenerative processes in damaged tissues.
Rosehip and fractures
25 g of dry crushed rose hips pour 0.5 liters of boiling water, cook over low heat for 10 minutes, leave for 4-6 minutes, strain and drink 1/2 – 1 glass 3-4 times a day half an hour before meals with bone fractures …
Rosehip decoction stimulates regenerative processes in damaged tissues, promotes healing of wounds, fusion of bone fragments and increases the body’s resistance to infection.
Calendula and fractures
Take 1.5 tbsp. tablespoons of dried crushed flowers of calendula officinalis, pour 0.5 liters of boiling water in a thermos, leave for half an hour or an hour, strain and drink 1/2 cup 4 times a day for bone fractures. The infusion reduces pain, has a calming effect on the nervous system and increases regenerative processes in tissues.
The use of mummy in the treatment of bone fractures
Adults take 0.2 g of mummy (diluted in 50 ml of boiling water) 2 times a day 1-2 hours before meals for bone fractures.
Children 10-15 years old – 0.1 g twice a day, 5-8 years old – 0.05 g twice a day for ten to twenty days.
Acceleration of fracture healing time is observed.
Willow bark decoction – antipyretic and anti-inflammatory agent
2 tbsp. tablespoons of dry chopped willow bark pour 0.5 liters of boiled water, bring to a boil and cook over low heat for 10 minutes, then leave for 2-3 hours, strain and drink 1/4 cup 3-4 times a day for rheumatism, gout, as well as in febrile conditions, especially in malaria, gastrointestinal diseases, diarrhea, stomach and uterine bleeding.
A decoction of willow bark has antipyretic, astringent, hemostatic, anti-inflammatory, choleretic, diuretic and anthelmintic delspea .
Decoction of lingonberry leaves with honey and salt metabolism disorders
Take 3 tbsp. tablespoons of dry crushed lingonberry leaves, pour 0.5 liters of boiled water, boil for 10-15 minutes over low heat, insist 1-1.5 hours, strain, add 2 tbsp. tablespoons of bee honey, stir until it is completely dissolved and drink 1 glass 3 times a day for gout, rheumatism and kidney stones.
Self-medication with lingonberry berries
Eat 2-3 glasses a day of fresh or soaked lingonberry berries for rheumatism, gout, osteochondrosis, fever, chronic constipation, vitamin deficiency, etc.
Blueberries, rheumatism and salt metabolism disorders
There are fresh blueberries in large quantities for rheumatism and salt metabolism disorders (gout, etc.).
Lilac and heel spur
Prepare a tincture of common lilac flowers. Why pour vodka into its dry flowers in a ratio of 1:10, leave for 8-10 days in a well-sealed container, then strain. Drink the resulting tincture of 30-50 drops in a little water 2-3 times a day for heel spur, salt deposition in the joints, rheumatism, gout.
Burdock leaves and heel spur
Wrap burdock leaves (back side) around the heel and put on socks. Do this daily for 3-4 weeks with a heel spur.
Bean leaf decoction, rheumatism and salt metabolism disorders
Prepare a decoction of beans in a ratio of 1:10 and drink it 1/2 cup 3 times a day half an hour before meals for rheumatoid arthritis and salt metabolism disorders (gout, kidney stones).
Linden flower poultices and pain
Put the steamed, mushy hot mass of linden flowers on a clean cloth and apply to the sore spot for arthritic and rheumatic pains in the joints (in these cases, you can use fresh crushed linden leaves and buds), for headaches, etc.
Juniper and joint diseases
Prepare a decoction of crushed juniper berries in a ratio of 1:20 and drink it in 1 tbsp. spoon 3-4 times a day with gout, articular rheumatism and arthritis (removes excess mineral salts, normalizes metabolic processes, improves blood composition).
For diseases of the joints, as well as skin diseases (skin rashes, scabies), you can also use baths of berries and juniper needles (prepare a decoction at the rate of 50 g of berries and twigs per bucket of boiling water).
Infusion of black currant leaves and joint diseases
3 tbsp. tablespoons of dry crushed black currant leaves pour 0.5 liters of boiling water in a thermos, leave for half an hour or an hour, strain and drink 1/2 cup 3-4 times a day half an hour before meals for gout, rheumatism and osteochondrosis.
Burdock leaves and arthritis
Put fresh burdock leaves back to the inflamed joints for arthritis (dry leaves – boil with boiling water), put compress paper (oilcloth) on top, a layer of cotton wool and secure with a bandage.
Such applications also help with radiculitis.
Burdock tincture and arthritis
Take 20 grams of ground roots of burdock, pour 100 ml of 70% – Foot alcohol insist in the dark for 10-12 days, shaking occasionally, strain and used for rubbing in arthritis and radiculitis.
Rheumatism, arthritis and birch sap
Drink 1 glass of birch sap 3 times a day half an hour before meals for rheumatism and arthritis.
The course is 6 weeks. After a 10-14-day break, the treatment is repeated.
Birch sap helps to cleanse the blood from uric acid and other harmful substances, normalizes metabolic processes in the body, has an anti-inflammatory and general tonic effect. Taking it also has a beneficial effect on radiculitis.
Mullein and arthritis
50 g of scepter mullein flowers pour 0.5 liters of 70% alcohol or vodka, leave for 10-14 days in a dark place, shaking occasionally, strain and use for rubbing in with arthritis, pain in joints and nerves.
Lingonberry leaf decoction and arthritis
2 tablespoons of dry crushed lingonberry leaves pour 0.5 liters of boiling water into a saucepan, boil for 10-15 minutes, leave for half an hour or an hour, strain and drink 1/2 cup 3-4 times a day for arthritis, gout, salt deposition, osteochondrosis etc.
Treatment with fir preparations for polyarthritis
Prepare baths with a decoction of fir paws (take 2/3 buckets of chopped fir paws on the bath, pour boiling water over it, cook over low heat with the lid closed for 3-5 minutes, strain and pour into the bath). If it is not possible to take a bath, rub fir oil into pre-warmed joints. At the same time, take it inside, 5-9 drops (depending on the tolerance of the drug and your weight) 1 time per day.
A more effective procedure than rubbing in fir oil is a bath with fir emulsion. To prepare it, you need to pour 550 ml of pure water into an enamel pan, add 0.75 g of salicylic acid and put on fire. When the water boils, add 30 g of baby soap and simmer the mixture over low heat until the soap is completely dissolved. Then remove the pan from the stove and gradually pour in 0.5 liters of fir oil, stirring its contents with a clean spoon (be careful, keep away from fire, as fir oil is flammable). After stirring the mixture well, bottle it and seal tightly with plastic stoppers. Store emulsion in a cool and dark place.
Fill the bath with 180 liters of water at a temperature of 39-41 ° C, measure 15 ml of the prepared emulsion with a beaker (shake the bottle beforehand), pour into the bath, stir by hand, then immerse yourself in the water.
For each subsequent bath, add an additional 5 ml of emulsion (that is, the second bath will take you 20 ml, the third – 25 ml, etc.), bringing the dose to 85 ml. A burning sensation may be felt when taking baths. It is easier to tolerate if the armpits and perineum are lubricated with Vaseline before immersion.
An ancient remedy for gout, rheumatism and radiculitis
Take 25 g of dry crushed barberry bark (or the same amount of its root), pour in 100 ml of alcohol, stand for 10-12 days in a dark place, shaking occasionally, strain and drink 30 drops 3 times a day with deposition of salts, gout, rheumatism and radiculitis.
Black elderberry with honey and gout
Take 3-4 tbsp. tablespoons of dry chopped black elderberry flowers, pour 0.5 liters of boiling water, cook over low heat for 10 minutes, leave for half an hour or an hour, strain, dilute honey to taste and drink 1/2 cup 3-4 times a day half an hour before meals ( drink the last portion of the broth before bedtime) with gout.
Do not confuse black elderberry (shrub) with herbaceous elderberry (smelly), which is lower, has flowers that are white with red anthers (they are white-yellow in black elderberry) and is toxic.
Duckweed with honey against gout
Collect the duckweed and dry it on a sieve, often stirring. Then crush it into powder, mix it with honey, make pills the size of a pea and take 1-2 pieces 3-4 times a day for gout.
Herbs, arthritis and gout
Prepare the following collection:
White willow, bark 25.0 Curly parsley, root 25.0 Black elderberry, flowers 25.0 Stinging nettle, leaves 25.0
2 tbsp. spoons of dry chopped collection pour 0.5 liters of boiling water in an enamel saucepan, cook for 5-7 minutes over low heat, leave for 1-2 hours, strain and drink 2/3 cup 3 times a day half an hour before meals for arthritis of various origins, gout.
Birch leaves, sciatica and arthritis
Pour boiling water over birch leaves, apply a thick layer to the place of soreness, close with oilcloth and wrap warmly with woolen cloth.
Use a similar compress for arthritis, osteochondrosis, rheumatic and neuralgic pains.
Horseradish instead of mustard plasters
Apply freshly grated horseradish gruel to the fabric and apply to the sore spot for joint pain (gout, rheumatism), muscle and neuralgic pain. With a headache and in the area of soreness, rub with horseradish gruel. It has a local irritant, distracting (analgesic) and anti-inflammatory effect.
Anti-inflammatory baths with sweet clover
Take 400-500 g of chopped herbs sweet clover, pour 8-10 liters of boiling water, leave for 30-40 minutes, strain and pour into the bath. Use for gout, rheumatism, radiculitis, osteochondrosis, pustular skin lesions, ovarian diseases in women, etc.
Melilot baths reduce pain and have anti-inflammatory and soothing effects.