Before we jump into this one. Know that his isn’t meant for treating severe burns.

You’ll still want to seek professional medical attention if you suffer from a serious burn.

However, if you have a minor burn (first or even second degree) there are things you can do to treat it at home.

STEP 1. COLD WATER

Immediately run the burn under cold water.

Do this for at least 20 minutes. You want to make sure that it’s no longer hot to the touch.

This is the best thing you can do immediately after a burn. Don’t think about putting an ice cube on it, or slathering it with butter.

Run it under cold water, and stop that burn!

STEP 2. RAW HONEY

Raw honey is amazing for burns.

If you don’t have raw honey on hand, don’t worry, any honey will do. But raw is preferable.

Apply honey generously to your burn.

STEP 3. FIRST AID SALVE

You can learn how to make this salve in the “first-aid salve” video that came with this course.

It’s so powerful, you can even skip the raw honey if you choose.

Inside you’ll find…

Calendula

  • You can grow it in your garden.
  • Dry the flowers and use as a great anti-inflammatory.
  • Helps rebuild collagen, especially important for a burn.

Cottonwood buds:

  • Collect them during the spring.
  • Very sticky.
  • Excellent for burns.

Yarrow:

  • Great antibiotic.

Lavender:

  • Commonly growing in gardens.

Vitamin E:

  • Great preservative.

Aloe Vera

  • Very soothing with a nice cool effect.
  • If you have an aloe very plant, you can break it open and apply directly to your burn.

All of these ingredients can be found at www.mountainroseherbs.com.

If you’re interested in putting this salve together, please check out the first-aid salve video that came with this course.

It’s a good idea to get some started right away…

Because you never known when a burn could take place!

Until next time.

Stay healthy,

Dr. Nicole Apelian.

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