Tuesday, August 18, 2015

How to make natural antiseptics

No need to be in the middle of the field or forest to use a natural antiseptic. You can use the properties of certain foods, whose action is usually higher than the components of a first aid kit. The following article learn how to make natural antiseptics and what are the ingredients that never have at home or in the backpack.

How to make natural antiseptics

1- Natural antiseptics for excellence:

If you suffer an injury, cut or scrape, you don't need to go running to the pharmacy or to the medicine cabinet in the bathroom. Better, go into the kitchen and takes advantage of antiseptic properties that have the following foods:
Honey: Used in ancient times to treat wounds. Disinfects instant, just apply a little about the injury. It helps to regenerate cells and wound closure.
Carrot: Another option more than interesting to disinfect wounds and postulencias. Prepare a paste with two boiled carrots and applied for a few minutes when it is cold.
Onion: It has antibacterial properties that are worth mentioning. You can not miss the list of natural antiseptics. You can boil it, toasting or apply fine fabrics (layers) of the vegetables on the wound.
Lavender: In addition to being beautiful, having a characteristic aroma and attract butterflies to the garden, lavender has excellent antibiotic and astringent properties. You can prepare an infusion or applied as a poultice on the skin.
Garlic: It is a fungicide par excellence. Make a paste and apply on the affected area. At the beginning it may burn a little, but then the trouble happens. It is very good to treat fungal infections such as athlete's foot, Onychomycosis, etc.
Aloe vera: aloe vera plant should never miss in a House, because your gel or juice is excellent healing and antiseptic (not for nothing is one of the stellar ingredients in many creams). Extract the juice of a stalk or stem with a spoon and it is applied directly on the wound, cover with a cloth.
Lemon: It serves to disinfect wounds. You only have to cut it in half and rub on the wound or by some drops. This can be a bit painful and burn, but is really worth. Not recommended for burns.
Hen's egg: is a good antiseptic, ideal for mild burns. Make an incision in the shell and put the egg on the affected part.
Eucalyptus: Besides being very good for colds and cough, this plant has very good antiseptic qualities, above all in its leaves. It is necessary to grind them to a paste with a refreshing scent, which is then applied as a poultice on injuries such as scratches or cuts.

How to make natural antiseptics

2- Recipes of home antiseptics and natural:

Antiseptic ointment: the ingredients are 40 grams of grated beeswax, a cup of olive oil (can be also coconut or almond), teaspoon of oil vitamin E (wheat germ), half a teaspoon of oil of tea tree, 20 drops of lavender essential oil and 10 drops of lemon essential oil. Over very low heat in a small saucepan, melt the bees wax oil. Removed from the fire and let it cool a little. Add vitamin E and essential oils. Stir with a wooden spoon. Pour into sterilized glass jars and let cool to room temperature. Store in a cool, dark place. Applied as a paste on the wound.
Antiseptic tea tree oil SOAP: you need half a kilo of glycerin soap, two tablespoons of tea tree essential oil and a handful of green tea dry. Melt the SOAP bath and mix with the other two ingredients. Poured into a container with the shape that you want to use the SOAP and let cool. It is ideal for sensitive skins.
Honey & lemon antiseptic SOAP: has antiseptic, emollient properties and fungicides. You don't have much "life" so it is recommended to use small amounts of each ingredient. Simply mix 250 grams of glycerin soap with two tablespoons of honey and oatmeal.
Antiseptic SOAP for surfaces: in addition to disinfect our bodies or injuries, this SOAP is very good to leave the main rooms of the House in perfect condition. Mothers use it much when they have young children. The ingredients that are needed for this recipe are: 250 ml of liquid soap (which is used for the hands or body), 30 drops of lavender essential oil, 10 drops of lemon essential oil and 20 drops of essential oil of eucalyptus. Mix well all the ingredients and when blended well pours into a glass or dispenser bottle. Before use it is necessary to shake to mix the oils. Use it as a complement to the floor cleaner, for example, or to dampen cloths for the kitchen.
Natural mouthwash: antiseptic acts in different places, in this case, in the mouth, where it can proliferate bacteria by food scraps. To make this antiseptic, you need five spoonfuls of rose petals, 150 m of cider vinegar Apple, 100 ml of rose water, 2 tablespoons of Rosemary, 1 tablespoon of Strawberry leaves and 4 tablespoons of Sage. Mix herbs in vinegar and a little heated. Leave to stand in a jar closed for ten days. Add the rose water and dissolves slightly in water to make mouthwash.
Try these easy and useful homemade tips.your comments will highly appreciated.


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