Your Pregnancy Weeks:45678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637383940
|______1st Trimester_____||___________________2nd Trimester_______________||______________3rd Trimester____________|

Home Remedy For Burns

First Aid for Burns

Burns can be small or big, superficial or deep. What the doctors term as first-degree pains is due to scorching or scalding with lesions and blisters. The skin may be red and sore with some swelling. These burns can be treated at home.

Second-degree burns are slightly more severe than first degree burns with damage to the skin and tissue below it. The burns have large oozing blisters with swelling and intense pain. 

Third degree burns are the most serious. They are also known as full thickness burns. These burns damage not only the skin but also the nerves, fat, blood vessels, muscles and sometime bones too. These burns happen due to fires, electricity, boiling water, or boiling oil. When the nerve endings are dead, there is not much pain but can result in shock to the system and death.

Home Remedies for First Degree Burns

The first and most import thing to do immediately after a burn is to keep the injury under running water for 10 – 15 minutes.

Try applying a layer of egg whites to the burned area and let it dry.

Try soaking some tea bags in cold water and place them on the burn. Repeat this till the pain subsides.

Apply a very thick coating of white toothpaste (but not the gel or liquid).

Dip handkerchiefs or scarves in a bowl of cold milk and place them on the burns. Alternate as the cloth becomes dry. Do this for every 15 minutes.

Puree raw onion and apply a thick paste of it.

Yellow mustard is found to be very effective in bringing down the pain and prevent scarring. 

Another popular remedy is using honey on the site. This relieves pain and prevents blisters and this can be covered with a bandage or gauze.

The burnt area can be wrapped with an aluminum foil that is found in the kitchen. Use the shiny side against the burn and wrap firmly.

Find below the home remedies for:

Menstrual Cramps    Hiccups    Insect Bites    Head Lice    Mouth Ulcer    Kidney Stones    Loose Teeth
Dark Underarms    Depression    Diabetes    Diaper Rash    Diarrhea    Dry & Itchy Scalp    Dry Skin
 High Blood Pressure     Pimples    Acidity     Headache     Vertigo    Lower Blood Pressure     Cold    Cough  

Anemia    Anorexia Nervosa    Asthma    Halitosis Or Bad Breath    Burns    Chickenpox    Constipation

Blocked Ears    Ear Pain    Eczema    Gas In Stomach    For Corns    Dandruff    Gout    Hair Loss
Sleeping Disorder (insomnia)    Jaundice    Weight Loss    Sore Throat    Spondylitis    Urinary Tract Infection
To Stop Vomiting   Increase Memory Power    Teeth Whitening    Yeast Infection    Toothache    Joint Sprains
Ringworm    Bleeding Gums (pyorrhea)    Poor Appetite    Stomach Ulcer (peptic Ulcer)    Nose Bleeding
Drug Abuse    Appendicitis    Intestinal Worms    Measles    Mumps    Improve Eye Sight