Natural Wound Care
Healing after surgery, injury or childbirth (including Caesarean birth) can be a slow and painful process. Depending on the extent of the injury or operation, this can take days or even months. There may be internal or external wounds and bruising, or even (in the case of injury) broken bones and damaged organs.
Healing is a process which takes place on many levels, physically and psychologically. Connective tissue, blood vessels and nerve fibers have to restore themselves and regenerate. White blood cells have to remove infection and red blood cells have to bring oxygen rich blood and nutrients to the surrounding area.
Rest is important, as is a peaceful and positive mind. Effective pain control helps to make the person comfortable, prevents stress and permits healing rest.
Natural First Aid Remedies
Our bodies have the natural ability to heal, which is one of the greatest miracles of nature! Provided that we receive proper care and nurturing, healing takes place on its own.
Natural first aid remedies can harness the body's innate healing mechanisms, speeding up the healing process while also providing pain relieving, anti-inflammatory and soothing properties.
Best of all, natural wound care remedies can do this without the side-effects and complications sometimes associated with many prescription drugs.