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Top 6 Herbs For Medical Emergencies

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Accidents happen all the time. But if you equip yourself with knowledge about how to handle them calmly and effectively, these injuries will not catch you off guard. Here are 6 herbs that will save your during a medical emergency.

1. Raw Garlic And Echinacea Roots

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This helps you to maintain your body’s immune system and prevent internal infections. To treat external mild infections like athlete’s foot and ear infections, you can prepare a garlic oil that can be put right on the site of the infection.

2. Aloe Vera

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This plant works wonders for healing external burns. Putting Aloe Vera gel on sunburns or oven burns helps to cool the burning sensation and heal the damaged skin to prevent peeling.

3. Bitter Aloes

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Aloe can be purchased in capsules, so they can be easily taken to aid digestion on a regular basis. You can take one capsule of aloe after dinner to detoxify your system. These capsules can be taken with herbs that relive and move gas, such as ginger root, peppermint leaf and fennel seeds.

4. Cayenne

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It has the ability to stop cuts from bleeding. The pepper can be rubbed right on an open wound, stop blood loss within seconds. It can also be used to stop, or ease a heart, through the consumption of 1 tablespoon mixed in a glass of water.

5. Hawthorne Berries

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These have the ability to prevent the heart from degeneration, and help it to heal after an attack or failure. Hawthorne berries can be boiled in water for a warm cup of tea, or as a spoonful of crushed berries.

6. Ginger

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Ginger is perfect for digestion. Ginger tea is great to have at night to ease digestion, and fresh ginger can be eaten raw to relieve more intense indigestion.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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