Burn occur from exposure to heat, steam, hot liquids, chemicals or the sun. The correct treatment depends on the severity of the burn.
Severe burns can destroy all layers of skin and even damage muscles and underlying fat; these kinds of burns need immediate medical attention. Natural therapies can help with healing wounds and decreasing pain associated with burns. Certain natural remedies may also reduce the risk of infection and help areas heal without scarring.
Research – a 2015 study reported that the inclusion of tea tree oil in burn treatment reduced the edema resulting from UVB exposure. This represents a promising approach to topical treatment of inflammatory disorders and wound healing.
While serious burns require immediate medical attention, the good news is that a first-degree burn is typically easy to treat with natural home remedies.
For a severe or major burn, seek medical attention immediately rather than turning to home remedies for a burn. While waiting for medical assistance, remove any jewelry or tight clothing from the burned area if possible. Ideally, removal should be quick and gentle before the burned area swells up.
Gently apply the Burns Blend, 2 to 4 times a day, over the affected area on the skin to promote healing.
Silver Genesis – Aloe Vera – Hydrogel with its calming and cooling properties, has a long history of use for burns and specifically healing burns on the skin. Aloe Vera – use a gel that is at least 99 percent pure, or better yet, use fresh aloe from a plant to stimulate healing. Apply it to the skin twice daily.
Burn salve – mix 60ml raw honey, 2 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil, and 20 drops of Lavender 5ml 10ml in a glass jar, and spread the mixture over the burn or wound generously. Cover the injury site with a dressing adhesive bandage.
Lavender 5ml 10ml is one of the best home remedies for a burn. A research study published in 2016 demonstrates how lavender ointment promotes effective wound healing. Massaging using lavender essential oil and the inhalation of the oil can reduce pain and anxiety in burn victims. Inhale method: Drip 2-3 drops of suggested essential oil or as otherwise directed, into the palm of the hands, rub once to open the molecules (rubbing will evaporate the oil), cup your hands around your mouth, and nose, and deeply inhale.
For burn relief and to heal cuts, scrapes, or wounds, mix three to five drops of Lavender 5ml 10ml with ½ teaspoon of coconut oil and apply the mixture to the area of concern. You can use your fingers or a clean cotton ball. Or use the ready-made Wounds and Scrapes Blend.
While Lavender 5ml 10ml can help heal burns, Frankincense 5ml 10ml may help to reduce scarring, and Tea Tree 5ml 10ml can reduce the risk of infection. To heal burns fast, try this homemade burn ointment with lavender, honey, and olive oil. You can include a few drops of frankincense and tea tree oils in the recipe too for additional therapeutic benefits.