A wound occurs due to the damages of the skin tissue from the injury. Injury may be from mechanical, chemical, physical or it may be nuclear. Swelling or inflammation is the initial stage of the wound. Skin wound doesn’t heal quickly as it takes much time. And if the person has diabetes then it is the long process.
In this article we are going to treat the wounds using home remedies.
1. Clean the Wound
Proper Healing can be ensuring with the proper cleaning of the minor wounds or injuries. The easiest approach is to clean wounds with clean water.
Wash 10-15 minutes around the wounded area properly using cold water, mild water under moderate pressure along with Clinical soaps like Dettol. If you don’t have distilled water at home use cool water from the fridge.
Washing with soap steps will remove dirt, debris and other bacteria from the wounds. Then using clean water dry the wound and cover with dressing or bandage.
2. Apply Coconut Oil
Coconut oil can successfully recuperate wounds because of its stunning antibacterial, mitigating, saturating, and healing properties. Coconut oil can likewise keep diseases under control and prevent further extension.
1. Apply extra-virgin coconut oil on the injured area.
2. Put a bandage over it to seal in the air moisture.
3. Reapply coconut oil and change the dressing 2 or 3 times each day.
3. Apply Neem Oil
Neem oil has a high substance of fundamental unsaturated fats that assemble collagen, help keep up skin versatility, and advance injury healing. Furthermore, it has sterile and anti-bacterial properties.
- Blend and concentrate the juice of a bunch of neem leaves. Blend 1 tablespoon of this neem juice and 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder to form paste. Apply this paste on the injury. Leave it on for a few hours, and wash with warm water. Reapply again and rehash for a few days.
- Crush neem leaves along with the lemon and apply over the wounded area. Follow this remedy for 2-3 times a day.