|Submit Date:||14 Jan 2009|
|Treatment used:||lavender oil|
|You can buy this remedy at:||health food store|
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|Country of Remedy:||USA|
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I had a bad 3rd degree burn on the palm of my hand from glass blowing.
I put lavender oil on the blister that formed. I kept putting lavender
oil on the blister till it fell over. The lavender oil, a antibiotic, kept
the blister from falling off. The blister formed a roof over the burn. Burns
and wounds heal from inside out not from outside in. The burn or wound
needs a roof which to work under.
The burned healed fine leaving no scar.
Peppermint oil or clay would also work if you don't have lavender oil handy.