Natural Home Remedies for Hives, Hives Treatment
Hives, also known as hives, is a skin condition that produces red and sometimes itchy bumps on the skin that are usually caused by allergies to certain foods or medications. Common allergens that cause hives include dairy products, fish, nuts, flavorings, food additives, preservatives, aspirin, etc. It can also occur due to stress, viruses, insect bites, and environmental toxins.
The main symptoms of hives are severe itching and a burning sensation on the skin followed by the formation of large rings or patches and swelling on the skin. There are several home remedies and natural treatments for this skin condition that are found to be quite helpful in treating the problem. Let’s take a look at some of the commonly used natural remedies for hives.
Home remedies for hives and hives
Camphor: Camphor mixed with coconut oil works as an effective home remedy for hives. Local massage with this oil helps to relieve constant itching.
Chironji with honey: Mix chironji seeds or pistachios with honey and take a teaspoon as a home remedy 2-3 times.
Ginger – Ginger is a valuable home remedy that is used to treat a wide range of ailments. Take 5 to 10 ml of fresh ginger juice or 1 to 2 grams of dried ginger powder along with water.
Baking soda: take approx. 10 to 20 grams of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and mix with 250 ml of plain water. Use this solution as a local application in the affected region.
Turmeric: It is a wonderful natural healing agent. Hit some raw turmeric and take half to a teaspoon of turmeric powder mixed in a glass of warm milk once or twice a day.
Mint – Prepare a mixture of 5 grams of mint in water and filter the solution. Add a little sugar and drink this solution daily in the morning and in the evening. Hives will be cured by drinking this twice.
Sesame Oil: Sesame oil is another useful home remedy for hives. Insert cotton soaked in sesame oil into the anal region to cure hives.
Flaxseed oil: Mix two parts of flaxseed oil (linseed oil) and one part of camphor (kapur) in a glass bottle and close with a tight cork. The camphor will dissolve in 10 to 15 minutes. Now apply this oil on the affected area.
Margosa (neem): Chew on some fresh neem leaves every day. Continue with this remedy while its taste turns bitter, because in hives it does not have a bitter taste. Alternatively, you can also chew 6-7 fresh green neem fruits. For young children, give two fruits rubbed in 12 grams of water to cure hives.
I hope these remedies help you in the natural treatment of hives. All of these remedies can be easily followed at home.
Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide health advice and is for general information only. Always seek the opinion of a qualified healthcare professional before embarking on any healthcare program.
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