Tips I Follow for Treating Hurt or Injuries
It can also be First Aid Treatment for Hurts or Injuries
Taking care of your own kid or kids are the most..... difficult job in the world. Hats off to all parents. But even after caring them, getting hurt is very accidental. Even then Mum's don't or can't console themselves...if their beloved ones get hurt...
Hurts are common among kids. Mum's are the ones to panic first...(Offcourse some Dad's) & even get on to think...if there are any remedies available for it as first aid?
I bet u would have guessed by now...?
Treating Wounds with Turmeric at Home
The answer is Turmeric, commonly called as Termeric or also called by so many other names in different parts of the world like in Chinese - Huang2 Jiang1, which means yellow ginger. In French, it's called by Safran des Indes. In Spanish, it's called by Cu'rcuma. In India, it's called by different names in different languages. ..In Hindi & Gujarati, it's called as Haldi. In Tamil & Tulu & Malayalam, it's called as Manjal. In Kannada, it's called by Arashina pudi or Harasina pudi. In Telugu, it's called by Pasupu. In kashmiri it's called by Lader.
So, now let's focus on the topic: If children get hurt, first & for most apply turmeric mixed with few drops of water. This should be the 1st aid, which many of them forget. "It was even me - forgetting". Then my Mum use to remind me to do it when I give a call reporting on hurt.
Nowadays my son is so every well experienced. ... that if he gets hurt, he reminds me to get turmeric to apply.
One day it so happened that we had been to Edinburgh & enjoyed happily & suddenly my son tripped over & hurt his forehead. I was sooo... worried & was literally in tears...my son was in shock. After a few seconds, he tells me to apply turmeric powder immediately. ...I was really speachless for a while...then replied him telling "Dear, I didn't know you will get hurt & I didn't carry it" and I had to just clean it up with water. We reached home after several hours, he again reminded me to apply termeric.
The photo above was taken then & thought of sharing it on my blog on how important turmeric is?
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The second part is:
How to Treat the Mark or Scar Which Remains Even After 2 Weeks after Hurt?
Click on the link to read PART - 2 or on the image, to know how the skin gets smooth & turns back to normal & original colour & texture?