Scabies Natural Remedies
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The word 'scabies' is Latin for itch, and the itching caused by scabies is intense. Sleep tight and don't let the bedbugs bite. This old nursery rhyme could very well be referring to scabies, a microscopic mite that burrows into the skin to lay its eggs. Infected bedding, and clothing transmit the mites, and outbreaks are common among those with
comprised immune systems, and occur frequently where people are living in close quarters, as in schools, summer camp, and nursing homes, much like lice. Keep an eye on pets as they too can be infected. Learn how to use common kitchen herbs like rosemary, onions and garlic, and healing oils neem and clove to kill scabies and relieve itching. Restore skin to glowing health by using some of these skin care recipes.
See Also :
- Athletes Foot/Ringworm :Athlete's foot, tinea pedis, is a superficial fungal infection that that infects the skin.
- Bladder Infection (UTI) :Drinking herbal teas is a time tested method of combating bladder and urinary tract infections.
- Candida/yeast :Candidiasis is an infection caused by species of Candida fungi, especially Candida albicans
- Herpes/Cold Sores :HSV, or cold sores are often triggered by cold and flu viruses
- Immune :Tonic herbs help to ward off colds and infections by boosting the immune system.
- Infection :Herbal remedies are effective, safer, and cost less to use than synthetic compounds and antibiotics.
- Sinus :The cold that lingers may not be just a cold. The congestion and headache may be signs of a sinus infection.
- Linda B. White, M.D.. "The Herbal Drugstore" , (2003) Neem tree oil has pesticide properties and may be useful against scabies when applied to the skin. The oil also has antibacterial and anti-fungal activity.
- Tamanu oil possesses significant antimicrobial, antibacterial and anti-fungal qualities, making it effective on scabies, ringworm, and athletes foot and jock itch.,
- Richard Mabey. "The New Age Herbalist" Fireside, (1988) Alantolactone in elecampane expels worms and the plant has long been used externally for scabies, herpes and other skin diseases from which it gained its country name scabwort. p48