You will need
  • - potassium permanganate, boric acid, bint;
  • - yarrow;
  • - med;
  • - walnut leaves, sunflower oil, yellow wax;
  • - the leaves of Kalanchoe.
To touch the wound can be entirely clean hands. Rinse it with boiled water with the addition of potassium permanganate (to get the faint pink solution) or boric acid. You can handle the hurt place hydrogen peroxide. Small damage the skin enough to fill boric acid, and bandaged finger (or saturate a cotton ball with aloe juice and tie a finger).
If you accidentally cut your finger country equipment when working in the garden, and not have iodine, you will help the yarrow, which grows almost every area. Tear a few sprigs of yarrow and carefully wash it. Shalt plant a solid object to make a juicy paste, which should be put on the wound. Top tie a handkerchief or a clean cloth. The wound quickly stops bleeding and soon will be delayed.
In ancient times, all sores and scratches were treated with honey. To do this, wash thoroughly the wound on your finger (preferably with soap) and apply buckwheat honey, bandage. Do these bandages for three days, the fourth wound is almost healed. The honey will help to reduce pain, will not breed germs and speeds the healing process.
To prepare a magic ointment to heal wounds, you'll need 15 grams of crushed leaves of the walnut (you can use the immature fruits of walnut), which should be boiled for 30 minutes in 100 milliliters of water on low heat. Then pour a tablespoon of sunflower oil and leave on for 7-10 days in a dark place. Then warm the mixture on a water bath for three hours, strain and boil for another 30 minutes. Add in the 15 grams of yellow wax. Grease prepared ointment on the wounds several times a day.
To cure the festering wound of a finger, you can use the following folk method: chop the leaves of Kalanchoe and squeeze the juice from them. Soak the tissue in five layers of gauze in the juice of Kalanchoe and attach to the damaged area. The leaves of the plant must be kept in refrigerator for a couple of days.