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In human terms, we may not be able to grow a new limb but we do have some important repairing ability

Our skin is a wonderful example of regeneration. It is constantly shedding old skin and regenerating new skin cells. Bones, muscles and some nerve fibres can grow to repair themselves. Like a machine, our bodies can make minor repairs. All wounds heal using the same intrinsic process.

If we take a simple laceration or cut inflammation begins after injury and the wound site swells as the biochemical ingredients needed for wound healing gather: leukocytes and monocytes fibrinogen, histamine, prostaglandins, and vasoactive substances. A great deal happens during this stage it must occur to prepare the wound for the succeeding phases of wound healing. In fact, conventional drugs that limit inflammation such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAID’s) will slow the healing of a wound.



  1. Eat a healthy balanced diet, to give your body nutritional back up on a cellular level.
  2. Drink 8 glasses of water and keep hydrated.
  3. Get sufficient, good quality sleep each night.
  4. Take it easy, and try to ease back into activities gradually.
  5. Accept a helping hand or a family member offer to help you until you are recovered.
  6. Don’t be tempted to disobey your doctor’s advice if you have been told not to exercise, don’t sneak in a workout. This may lead to further injury, complications and pain.

there are so many ways of healing


  1. Apply corn starch paste to heal the cold sores.
  2. Mix up some spirits of camphor and dab it on the sore with the help of a cotton ball. This is one of the greatest in healing cold sores.
  3. Make a salve by grinding up walnuts into walnut butter. This is said to heal a sore in 7 days or less.
  4. Honey is excellent to put on your sore when nothing else works. Honey has been used for thousands of years for treating wounds.
  5. Apply a tea bag for 5-10 minutes each hour at the start. The tannic acid present in tea has antiviral properties and helps in preventing the further development of cold sores.
  6. Prepare a paste of baking soda and water. The paste will then be applied over the affected part and left for some time.
  7. Apply tea tree oil over the scabs with the help of a cotton ball.
  8. On boiling water, place crushed fresh linseed to create a paste. Put it on the affected area of the skin and cover it with a clean cloth.
  9. Cut the lemon in half and place it on the boil.
  10. Combine comfrey with garlic and honey. Apply it to a boil.
  11. Make a paste of cumin seeds, along with water. Apply this paste to a boil and leave overnight.
  12. Turmeric heals boils effectively. Roast a few dry roots of turmeric and dissolves the ashes in a cup of water. After five minutes, apply the solution over the affected areas.
  13. Gently warm betel leaves and coats them with castor oil. Spread the leaves on the boil and cover with a bandage. Change the leaves with new ones after every few hours.
  14. Another efficient remedy would be to apply a mixture of 1 tsp milk cream, 1 tsp vinegar and a pinch of turmeric powder, on the boils.
  15. Tea tree oil is thought to minimize scar tissue formation and disinfect the wound.
  16. Salvia leaves are spread on the affected region and are then wrapped by a bandage.
  17. Steep some mullein flowers in olive oil and apply them to the affected area. This will result in early recovery of cut wounds.
  18. Grind a little amount of black coffee and apply it over the cut.
  19. On the bruised portion some lavender oil can also be applied. This gives relief from pain.
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