Cuts & Wounds
Circulatory | Respiratory | Digestive | Excretory | Skeleto-Musculatory | Reproductive
Cuts & Wounds | Soothing | Strengthening | Analgesic | Soporific | Miscellaneous
On this page, you will find various recipes for cuts and injuries.
2 tsp of Basil
5 dl (~16.9 fl oz) of water
Make an infusion and wash the wound carefully.
Bandage for cuts and boils
6 tbsp of dried Chamomile
1 l (~33.8 fl oz) of boiling water
Let it sit for 10 minutes. Use cotton for the wrapping and let it work for a couple of hours.
1 tsp of Thyme
3 dl (~10.1 fl oz) of boiling water
Make an infusion. Cover and leave for 20 minutes, strain. Wet the compress and place it on the wound.
2 1⁄2 tsp of Thyme
5 dl (~16.9 fl oz) of boiling water
Let it sit for 15 minutes, strain.
Bruises and Sprains
- Arnica in 6x strength for chock. One dose immediately and another one a half hour later.
- You can use Arnica cream. Don't use this on open wounds.
- Use Camphor ointment or home made Camphor oil on sore areas.
- Use diluted apple cider vinegar on the wound and wet a piece of cloth to wrap around it.
Swelling, gout, inflammation without wound
Extract from Birch leaves, Mayweed, Juniper berries. Rub it on as an embrocation. This stings, so put a piece of cloth between it and the skin.