Symptoms Guide - Herbal Remedies S-Z
Scabies are small lesions that are caused by small bed bugs or mites that bite and burrow into the skin. Most often these small bites do not become infected, however, in those with compromised immune systems, the likelihood of infection increases.
- Neem - The oil from this tree has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. It is used topically. Apply to the skin on effected areas, and do not take internally.
- Tea Tree Oil - This oil helps fight against parasites, a cause of scabies. Mix 1 part tea tree oil with 5 parts vegetable oil and apply to the skin before bedtime. Do not take internally.
- Clove - Essential oil of clove has analgesic properties and is an anti-inflammatory. It also helps protect against bacterial infections, which can make scabies worse. Used topically, mix clove oil with vegetable oil and apply to the skin. Use with caution. Apply to a small area first to make sure that it does not irritate the skin.
- Tansy - The herb tansy has long been used to keep insects away and works well in protecting against mites. To use, make a strong tea using dried herbs. Strain the liquid and let cool. Apply the cooled wash to the skin before bedtime.
Sprains and Strained Muscles.
Sunburn and Minor Burns.
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