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Out of ten friends that you have, at least nine for sure would have experienced burn in their lifetime, at least once. In other words, burns are pretty much a part of our childhood. There would be rare number of people who wouldn’t have experienced burns during their childhood.

Very few would still have the scar of the childhood burn until now, while others who would’ve taken early measures then like applying toothpaste wouldn’t have helped them prevent the painful blisters at the burnt area. Hence, home remedies for burns is very important to be aware of.

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Home Remedies for Burns

Here are some of the home remedies that can help you heal burns fast leaving minimum scar.

Cold Water

The first thing that comes to our mind when we get a minor burn is to hold the affected area under the cold running water. It only makes sense to do so because the cold water will help contain the damage and prevent further damage to the tissues surrounding the burn. Alternatively, you can apply a cold compress over the burn after every few hours to alleviate the soreness.
However, avoid using ice directly onto the burn. Ice could inhibit the blood circulation to the tissue and do more damage than good.

Honey

Honey has long been serving as a remedy to disinfect wounds and heal burns. Everyone knows bees are attracted to honey, but did you know water is, too? When applied to a burn, honey draws out fluids from the tissues, effectively cleaning the wound. You may also apply the honey to a gauze bandage, which is less sticky than direct application. Change the dressing three to four times a day.

Oatmeal

Crumble 1 cup uncooked oatmeal into a bath of lukewarm water as the tub is filling. Soak 15 to 20 minutes and then air dry so that a thin coating of oatmeal remains on your skin. Use caution getting in and out of the tub since the oatmeal makes surfaces slippery.

Salt

Mouth burns can be relieved by rinsing with salt water every hour or so. Mix 1/2 teaspoon salt in 8 ounces warm water.

Tea bags

The tannic acid in black tea helps draw heat from a burnt area. Put 2 to 3 tea bags under a spout of cool water and collect the tea in a small bowl. Gently dab the liquid on the burn site.

Black Tea
The black tea is loaded with tannic acid and antioxidants. Take a tea bag or two depending on the size of the burn, soak them wet and place them onto the burn wound. Drape a piece of gauge over the tea bags to make them stay put.

Diluted Vinegar

Vinegar works as an astringent and antiseptic on minor burns and helps prevent infection. Dilute the vinegar with equal parts water, and rinse the burned area with the solution. It is a wonderful and widely available household first-aid item for healing and soothing burns.

Plantain leaves

The major constituents in plantain are mucilage, iridoid glycosides (particularly aucubin), and tannins. Together these constituents are thought to give plantain mild anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antihemorrhagic, and expectorant actions. To get the full effect of this plant, crush some fresh plantain leaves and rub the juice directly onto the burn.

Cool water

Gently run cool water or place cool compresses over the burn site for ten minutes. Do this as quickly as possible, preferably within seconds of getting a burn. Cool water not only feels good but will help stop theburn from spreading, and the sooner you run cool water on the burn, the greater the effect will be to reduce it.

Aloe vera

It is great for healing and soothing burns. Directly apply aloe vera gel on the burn. Its soothing and rejuvenating properties will help cool the burned skin. Fresh aloe vera quickly soothes painful burns and often heals even serious burns with little or no scarring.

Banana peels

Sometimes, placing a banana peel on the burned area of the skin till it becomes black has proved beneficial for burn injuries.

Avoid using ice on a burnt area

Never use ice on the burnt area because it can restrict blood flow to the skin, and further damage tissue. Ice can be used only if you have a burnt tongue.

Source: naturalmedicinebox

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Out of ten friends that you have, at least nine for sure would have experienced burn in their lifetime, at least once. In other words, burns are pretty much a part of our childhood. There would be rare number of people who wouldn’t have experienced burns during their childhood. Very...