1. Abrasions

Abrasions

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Abrasions
Description:

An abrasion is a wound that is a rubbed or scraped area of skin. It can occur anywhere on the external body, and may be accompanied by redness of skin, bleeding, inflammation, and mild pain to Severe Pain.

Treatment:

If the wound is bleeding, let the blood flow uninhibited so that any dirt is flushed out. Then, if it is still bleeding profusely, bandage the wound with kit’s ear or mouse fluff to prevent too much blood loss. If the wound does not bleed, then cleanse with clean water.

Apply herbs that aid with healing and prevent swelling, pain, and infection externally to the wound. If the patient is in much pain, give them herbs orally to soothe pain as well.

Related Herbs: Alder, Ash, Broom, Burdock, Celandine, Chamomile, Chervil, Chickweed, Comfrey, Daisy, Dandelion, Goldenrod, Horsetail, Marigold, Oak, Poppy, Raspberry, Sage, Thyme, Willow, Yarrow,
Related Complaints: Broken Bone (Closed), Broken Bone (Open), Dislocated hip, Dislocated shoulder, Abrasion,