1. Laceration

Laceration

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Laceration
Description:

An injury to the skin (and the muscle below it) that results in a cut, tear or puncture. Most commonly these are caused during battle, but they might also be acquired during a fall or simply moving through the trees or bushes.

Treatment:

Lacerations should be cleaned, the bleeding stopped, and cared for to prevent worsening of the situation by the development of other symptoms.

Related Herbs: Chervil, Chickweed, Comfrey, Daisy, Dandelion, Goldenrod, Horsetail, Kit's Ear, Little Daisy, Mouse, Oak, Sage, Yellow Dock,
Related Complaints: Broken Bone (Open),