Home Remedies of External Application of Honey

For abrasions & irritations

Treatment 1

  • Mix 3 tablespoon of honey & 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.
  • Apply the mixture gently on the affected area.
  • Repeat it every four hours.

Treatment 2

  • Mix one teaspoon of cod liver oil with 4 teaspoons of honey.
  • Apply on affected area.

Arthritis

  • Make a paste with equal quantity of honey and cinnamon in warm water.
  • gently massage on the affected area.
  • wrap cloth on it and keep overnight.
  • use it daily for 3 days.

Bee Sting

  • Remove the sting and apply honey directly to the sting area.
  • keep it for one hour and wash.

Minor Burns

Treatment 1

  • Pour water on the burn area.
  • Apply raw honey over sterile gauze pad.
  • wrap it on the affected area.
  • change dressing every hour.

Treatment 2

  • Mix equal parts of honey and baking soda.
  • Spread it over burns.
  • cover the affected area with a gauze pad.

Treatment 3

  • Mix 2 tablespoonful of honey with two tablespoons of cornstarch.
  • Add one spoon of water to make it lose.
  • Apply over the affected area and apply a gauze pad.
  • Change dressing every four hours.

Bruises

  • Mix an equal amount of raw honey and olive oil.
  • Apply to bruise and cover with a gauze bandage.
  • Change the dressing every four hours.

Fever Blisters

  • When you feel that a fever blister is about to appear.
  • Apply a small amount of raw honey to the area.
  • Repeat it several times a day.
  • Apply and keep overnight.

Pink Eye

  • Add one tablespoon of honey in 2 tablespoons of warm water.
  • Mix it well.
  • take toilet paper or tissues.
  • Dip it and squeeze few drops into eyes.
  • close your eyes for 2 minutes.
  • Repeat it several times a day for 2-3 days.

As Sunburn Ointment

  • Mix 2 spoonful of glycerin, 2 spoonfuls of lemon juice and one spoon of rubbing alcohol in 2 spoonfuls of honey.
  • Apply over the affected area.

Disclaimer:

The remedies, approaches, and techniques described here are meant to supplement, and not to be a substitute for, professional medical care or treatment. They should not be used to treat a serious injury or health problem without prior consultation with a qualified health care professional.

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