You will need
- - camphor alcohol, propolis tincture, aloe juice, juice of Kalanchoe;
- - the leaves of burdock, sour cream;
- rye flour, elderberry leaves, honey;
- - the fruits of the Sophora japonica, vodka.
The incubation period of 3 to 5 days. As it starts with a sharp rise in temperature, call the doctor at home. Diagnosis of erysipelas, as a rule, does not cause special difficulties. For treatment conventional medicine recommends the use of first antibiotics. Well, the following drugs – "Bitsillin", "Economically", "Doxycycline". Since the development of the disease occurs when the weakening of the immune system, are prescribed a course of reception of immunocorrection. External treatment depends on the nature of the skin lesion.
For quick relief of itching and burning it is recommended to lubricate erythema with tincture of propolis, camphor alcohol, aloe juice or Kalanchoe.
In the summer you can put on inflamed area of the skin of freshly cut burdock leaf, smeared with sour cream.
For the treatment of erysipelas folk healers recommend the use of a rye cake of honey. Take a handful of rye flour, add a handful of finely chopped leaves of the elderberry and 2 tablespoons of honey. Mash until smooth and shape the cake according to the size of the damaged area of the skin. Put a tortilla on the sore spot, cover it with a perforated piece of cellophane and secure with a bandage. Change the wrap 2-3 times a day. The course of treatment – 5-7 days.
Beneficial for erysipelas, tincture of Sophora japonica. You can buy a ready infusion pharmacy or make your own by seizing 150 grams of crushed fruits in half a liter of vodka for 12-14 days. Wet a piece of cotton in the tincture and apply to the inflamed skin, top cover support paper and fix it with bandage. You can not remove the bandage 10-12 hours, irrigating it every 3-4 hours, a fresh batch of tincture. The course of treatment depends on the form of inflammation and the immune system.
In some cases, apply autohemotherapy when coming from Vienna take the patient's own blood and inject it into the gluteal muscle.
Erysipelatous inflammation of the skin can develop as a result of complications of carbuncles, purulent wounds, otitis media, dental caries, sinusitis, etc.