You will need
- - aloe;
- - med;
- - fish oil;
- - Echinacea purpurea;
- - rose hips cinnamon;
- grass lungwort drug;
- - the roots of chicory;
- - the flowers of buckwheat seed;
- - nettle leaves;
- spruce oleoresin;
- - beeswax;
- - interior lard;
- - slaked lime.
Aloe Vera juice promotes tissue regeneration. This property is widely used as a folk medicine for healing scars. Take 1 part aloe to 2 parts of honey and 0.5 parts of fish oil. Lubricate the affected area several times a day.
Absorbing effect have Echinacea preparations. Take the crushed roots of Echinacea and pour 70% alcohol in proportion 1:4. Insist month in a dark place. Lubricate the surface of the scars several times a day. It is also good to applied in form of wet compress for a few hours.
For lotions prepare the following composition. Take 2 of the roots of Echinacea purpurea, rosehips cinnamon, 4 parts grass lungwort drug, the roots of the wild chicory, the flowers of buckwheat seed, nettle leaves, grind all ingredients and mix. Pour 2 tablespoons of the mixture 250 ml of water, simmer for 5 minutes, then steep for 4 hours. Wet a linen cloth, apply it on the scar surface for 2-3 hours a day.
Healing and regenerating action has the following means. Take 100 grams of spruce resin, beeswax and interior lard, chop all ingredients and place in a saucepan. Put on fire and stirring constantly, bring to dissolve all components. When boiling and complete dissolution remove from heat and strain.
Before applying the ointment, wash the wound with lime water (one tablespoon of slaked lime dissolve in a liter of water), then put the prepared ointment on a linen cloth in sufficient quantity to cover the wound and bandage it on the wound. The most severe wounds heal 4-5 treatments.
Not all scars are complete recovery, but to make them invisible is possible. In addition, in the case of low efficiency of traditional medicine, you can turn to plastic surgery, physical therapy, injections of hormonal drugs, laser skin resurfacing, cryotherapy and radiotherapy.
After healing of the wound the maturation of the scar occurs within 49-55 days. Mature scar denser skin and is barely noticeable. These scars are called normal scars. When the scar is concave, it is called atrophic. Most of these scars are formed in place of acne. Protruding above the surface of the skin scar is called hypertrophic. Burn scars have a tendency to the formation of keloid tissue.