Looking for Home Remedies for Cellulitis? This is is right place to be.
The skin is the largest organ in the body and subject to all sorts of ailments and afflictions.
Probably (running second to the stomach), the skin is the most abused part of the body.
Skin problems can be very severe and even life threatening, and must be identified and treated by a Medical Physician.
Never treat this skin disease with alternate medicines alone, and always inform your Physician if you are using natural help.
My Father-in-law developed cellulitis recently at the age of 82.
As Sam is prone to arthritic conditions, he thought that this was an attack of gout, once again stressing the importance of not ignoring the symptoms, and getting yourself off to a Doctor.
The answer is yes, if it is caught early enough and treated with antibiotics.
What we are doing on this page is to offer Home Remedies for the symptoms of Cellulitis and not to cure the ailment.
Helps in reducing inflammation. So add the pineapple to your salad or fruit salad.
Garlic is a big favourite with us and can be used to help with cellulitis due to its strong anti-bacterial properties. Its pungent taste and smell often put us off eating it raw, but if you can that is the way to get the best out of the smelly bulb.
Find a topical salve at the health shop which is infused with Calendula, this will help sooth inflamed skin and is one of our favorite home remedies for cellulitis.
TEA TREE OIL
Mix some tea tree oil and olive oil and rub onto the afflicted area, it has excellent anti-bacterial properties.
You are at risk to picking up Cellulitis if you have a weak immune system . Echinea can be taken by mouth or mixed into a cream, and helps strengthen the immune system to help fight infection.
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