Treatment of burns, wounds, wounds with pus
St. John's wort, yarrow, coltsfoot, white lily, plantain, calendula, burdock, white incense.
Burned and festering wounds.
Take 4 tablespoons zest of branches of the elderberry shoots last year, one cupful of pure olive oil, 2 teaspoons crushed mastic and 1 lump of beeswax (as a small walnut) and boiled in the same manner as set for a sweet ointment.
Ointment for burns.
Take 1 tablespoon fresh butter and melt over low heat, then add 1 teaspoon of crushed white incense, which pours a bit stirring constantly, until the solution is as thick as a salve.
It is made from the extract of St. John's Wort flowers or flowers yarrow as 50 grams of the flowers are soaked in 200 ml of olive oil and kept 20 days in the sun. Filter. With extract is brushed wounds.
Wounds brushed with honey ointment. It is prepared as follows: 1 tablespoon honey and 1 fresh egg yolk mix. The mixture is placed in a clean container on low heat and stir until thickened, but not boiling. Ointment applied at least 2 times a day until the wound is clean and healing.
A lump of lime (the egg) and extinguish in 1 cup (250 grams) of water. Once this varna perfectly clear water, take 2 tablespoons of it and 4 tablespoons of pure olive oil, a pipette into the water drop by drop and stir constantly until it thickens and becomes like sour milk and finally add another 1/4 to 1/2 perfectly fresh egg yolk and stir again to break up well with the rest of the ointment. This ointment is very effective. It should be smeared or gauze, or even better washed leaves of coltsfoot, white lily, plantain, calendula and burdock.
Self-medication is dangerous and often harmful.
Do not delay consultation with a specialist.