Herbs for frostbite
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Pine – Pine buds5 out of 5£2.80–£4.80
Pine buds are rich in many oder biologically active ingredients, but compound that distinguishes them among other medicinal plants is an essential oil, which contains in its composition, among others pinene. In herbal medicine pine buds are mainly used in catarrh and inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, acting expectorant.
Marigold – Marigold flower£2.80–£3.50
Calendula has long been used to relieve inflammation of the mouth, throat, and stomach. This lovely marigoldlike flower is considered a vulnerary agent, a substance that promotes healing. Calendula also has anti-inflammatory and weak antimicrobial activity.
When our body gets exposed to severe cold for a long time, there can be the problem of developing frostbites which is considered to be a medical condition. Frostbites can be also caused due to usage of wet clothes, intake of alcohol or due to some diseases like diabetes, fatigue etc. Frostbites are commonly noticed on our fingers, nose, feet, hands etc. Light frostbite can be treated with simple measures. But in case frostbite is severe and causes damage to the skin, underlying tissues, muscles and bones, then medical attention is necessary so that further complications such as infection can be prevented.