Cuts & Grazes

Cuts & Grazes

Natures Healthbox offers a wide selection of natural cut and wound remedies, which contain anti-inflammatory properties and healing powers that work to soothe and regenerate cuts & grazes. 

What are cuts and grazes?

Cuts & Grazes are some of the most common injuries that affect our bodies, throughout our day-to-day lives. Cuts & grazes occur when the outer layer of Skin gets cut or scraped off. In most cases these types of injuries are not serious and can be treated at home.

Why is it important to cover cuts and grazes?

Its important that after you get a cut or graze, to first stop the bleeding by applying pressure to the area with something clean. Once the bleeding has ceased, the area can be cleaned thoroughly.

What herbs are good for cuts?

Several studies indicate that both flavonoid-rich Yarrow and Calendula can be used to treat wounds, including moderate burns.

What cream heals cuts fast?

When applied to the skin, Arnica cream may improve healing by decreasing pain & swelling, as well as speeding up the reabsorption of blood.

How do you treat cuts and grazes?

Tea Tree oil has healing and antimicrobial properties that may help with the treatment of minor scrapes, while Aloe Vera is known for significantly speeding up the healing time of cuts. Alternatively, you may wish to consider Honey for its skin-friendly enzymes and natural antibacterial properties, Garlic for its anti-inflammatory properties, or Turmeric, which is another useful remedy for cuts & grazes that is thought to prevent infection and reduce pain.

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