Natural cicatrizants: natural remedies that can help you to heal the most disparate wounds quickly. Natural remedies for fissures and wounds.
THEnatural healing agentsthey can help us heal a wound quickly.
Any wound must be disinfected and treated properly to lower any risk of infection. Always operate in a clean environment and in case of deep wounds, which do not stop bleeding or are infected, consult your doctor immediately.
On this page we will list the healing herbs offered by nature; the information contained on this page is for descriptive purposes only, it has no curative purpose.
Our grandparents treated cracks, cuts, burns and fissures with natural remedies. In fact, nature offers us plants with healing and antibacterial properties. From these plants, the pharmaceutical industry derives many molecules that make up the active ingredients of healing ointments and creams. The active ingredients of the listed plants are able to accelerate the processes ofre-epithelializationand therefore to heal wounds faster.
St. John's wort oil, massaged on cracks, has a soothing, healing and moisturizing effect. Hypericum flowers are associated with anti-inflammatory, moisturizing, healing and soothing properties, which is why it is considered a natural remedy against stretch marks, sunburn, bedsores, small burns and fissures.
The active ingredient responsible for its properties is hypericin, a substance capable of accelerating the tissue regeneration process. St. John's wort oil infusion, also known as St. John's Oil, is popular for moisturizing, nourishing and toning the skin.
Calendula oil or ointment
Disinfects, disinfects and helps healing. It is a natural remedy useful for children's skin and to treat fissures located in particularly sensitive areas. For more information on where to buy it, its properties and the possibility of producing calendula oil at home, please refer to the pages:
- calendula officinalis oil
- homemade calendula oil
Officinal calendula oil is a natural remedy useful for various ailments. It can be used to relieve the itching of a mosquito bite or deflate other insect bites.
Lovers of natural remedies use calendula oil to relieve sunburn, children's skin irritations and other skin disorders.
Another related article of ours is this one dedicated to the calendula plant.
The unsuspected sage has more beneficial properties than you can imagine. Sage leaves exert an antibacterial and healing action. They are rich in vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin C and vitamin E. Its macerates are useful for making healing compresses to be placed on small wounds and cuts. Its bactericidal activity has been exploited for centuries to disinfect minor cuts.
The properties of sage can be exploited with vegetable macerates or oils. Sage-based home remedies include its infused or macerated oil: sage leaves are macerated in vegetable oil (sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, olive oil…) in a dark environment. After a few days, it is filtered and the oil obtained is kept in a dark glass bottle and used as needed.
Even sage essential oil can be very useful forheal woundsbut, being highly concentrated (rich in active ingredients), before use it is necessary to dilute a few drops in a spoonful of vegetable oil (almond oil, olive oil ...). To learn more about the virtues and properties of sage, we invite you to read the page dedicated toSage essential oil.
Horsetail, also known as horsetail, is rich in mineral salts and saponins, an excellent mix for healing sores and small ulcers. Due to its properties, horsetail infusions are recommended to prevent gastritis and intestinal ulcers.