In fact, there are many natural cures that work not only internally but also externally to heal health problems.
Garlic, nature’s most potent antibiotic, is no exception.
Topical Use of Garlic
Garlic is traditionally used to treat acne, ringworm, athlete’s foot, and influenza due to its antibiotic, antifungal, and antiviral properties.
When taken orally, garlic helps stimulate blood circulation in micro blood vessels in the skin, boost immunity, protect against UVB damage and help treat cancer.
Applied topically, garlic treats psoriasis, alopecia areata, cutaneous corns, viral and fungal infections and leishmaniasis. It also minimizes keloid scar, promotes wound healing and prevents skin aging.
Additionally, two studies found that topical garlic use is 100% effective in the treatment of warts. Unlike other wart treatments, garlic doesn’t have any harmful side effects.
How To Use Garlic
Rub garlic onto a small portion of your skin first to see if your skin is sensitive to the bulb.
- Wound or Rash
Remove the dressing to shower, drying the area before applying a few garlic bandage. Repeat every day for 2 weeks until your wound is completely healed.
- Psoriasis or Eczema
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Source: Daily Health Post
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