You will need
- - fresh potatoes;
- - onions;
- - St. John's wort;
- - Golden mustache;
- - olive oil;
- resin of spruce;
- - beeswax;
- - med;
- - vodka.
For the treatment of weeping wounds, prepare the potato juice. Take a few fresh tubers of potatoes and, having washed and cleansed it, RUB on a small grater. Press the juice from the crushed mass, and drench it in gauze, folded in 6-8 rows, put on the wound. Top cover compress paper and compression bandage. Change the bandage after 4-6 hours and leave overnight.
RUB on a small grater an onion and wrapping it in gauze, put on the wound. Onions cleanse the wound of pus and reduce the pain and swelling.
Prepare the sealing oil, which is considered one of the most effective means of treatment of burn wounds. Take half a Cup of finely chopped raw mammal (preferably more flowers), one third Cup chopped plants Golden mustache and putting in half-liter jar, pour 250 ml of olive oil. The jar, close the waxed paper and put in the sun for 3 weeks. Stir the contents regularly. Filtering through 2 layers of cheesecloth, pour into a bottle of dark glass and store in the refrigerator. Soaking a gauze pad in the prepared composition, apply it on the wound, cover the compression of paper and fix it with bandage.
For the treatment of weeping wounds prepare another effective remedy. Take in equal amount of fir (pine) resin, wax, honey and vodka. Place all ingredients in a saucepan on a water bath. Stirring constantly, bring to a homogeneous mass. Strain hot through one layer of cheesecloth, pour into a jar, which store in the refrigerator for up to 1 year. Lubricate the wound with the prepared composition, not closing, and at night, put ointment on the wound bandage.
If the wound increases, aches, exudes a smell, change color, the temperature rises, and the self-treatment does not give positive results, it is necessary to consult a doctor.
When treating weeping wounds is recommended daily treatment of 3% hydrogen peroxide, and around the wound (for healthy skin) treatment antiseptic on alcohol (iodine tincture, propolis, etc.).