7 herbs against itchy skin

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7 herbs against itchy skin
Herbalists advise that the treatment of dermatitis and inflammatory skin conditions can be a combination of medical therapy and external treatment with medicinal herbs. However, it is important to find and eliminate the cause of the allergy.
Medicinal sage – pour one tablespoon of dried sage with a cup of boiling water. Leave for an hour and strain. Drink a third of a glass several times a day.
Nettles – one tablespoon of dry nettle into powder. Mash with a tablespoon of salt and hen’s egg yolk. Keep the fat in the refrigerator. Lubricate problem areas on the skin for 3 days.
St. John’s wort – pour one to two tablespoons of fine dry grass with a cup of boiling water. Leave for an hour and strain. Apply warm compresses on the area of ​​skin affected by the fungus several times a day. Therapy lasts until the skin condition improves.
Grind a handful of fresh dandelion on a meat grinder. Squeeze the juice and add half the amount of water. Bring to the boil and let cool. Take one tablespoon of fluid twice a day or in the morning and during the lunch period for the first two to three days. Take liquid half an hour before meals. Continue the therapy by taking 3 to 4 tablespoons half an hour before meals. Therapy lasts a month to two months.
Plantain – grind four to five fresh plantain leaves on a meat grinder. Pour over a third of a glass of white wine. Keep in the refrigerator for a maximum of 3 days. Rub inflamed areas on the skin twice a day. Therapy lasts at least fourteen days.
Cranberry-50 milliliters of fresh cranberry juice mix with 200 ml of Vaseline. Apply to problem areas of the skin twice a day. The therapy lasts until the itching and the focus of the inflammatory condition of the skin disappears.

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