Folk Ointment for Cystic Mastopathy

July 06, 2018 05:01 | Ethnoscience

Treatment of cystic mastopathy with folk methods is very popular. However, here there are many nuances, so without consulting a specialist, probably, still can not do. For the purpose of proper treatment it is necessary to know the results of the tests, to have information about the concomitant diseases and allergic responses of the patient to the herbs used to treat it. To treat the same disease in different patients, quite often, taking into account individual characteristics, completely different methods are used.

Traditional treatment of mastopathy with phyto drugs in most cases involves the use of burdock pepper and celandine. These herbs are used for cooking tinctures, infusions and broths.

How to prepare folk ointment with mastopathy?

If you take two tablespoons herb peppermint herb, pour a glass of water and insist fifteen hours, then the composition is formed, which is used for lotions in the chest area. The curative properties of this plant consist in the ability to significantly reduce the inflammatory phenomena in the mammary glands.

You can take twenty grams of burdock roots and pour two glasses of hot water. Insist means should be at least ten hours. Finished phyto drug is consumed on a tablespoon three times a day.

No less effective is the composition of one hundred grams of peony roots, thirty grams of licorice roots and fifty grams of red root, which should be filled with a liter of vodka. Insist means follow in the dark, about half a month. Withdrawal from the sediment, the agent can be consumed, however, this composition should be approved by a specialist, since it is unacceptable to break the dosage.

In cystic mastopathy, folk healers also recommend healing ointments. For example, a kilo of swans washed with cold water and dried on a towel. Next, a pound of fat is cleaned of salt and crushed with the quinoa, passing through the meat grinder. Stir the mass should be in enamel ware, a homogeneous greenish ointment should be obtained, which should be stored in the refrigerator. The product is applied to parchment, the size of which should correspond to the size of the entire chest, as it is necessary to cover both breasts to the armpits. Ointment, previously warmed to room temperature, is applied in a thin layer. After that, the parchment is placed on the chest, and it can be fixed to a larger size with a bra. The compress should be changed once a day, with each time the breast should be washed with warm water and wiped dry. The course must continue until the disappearance of the hardening, it will be something about two weeks. Try not to replace parchment, compressor or wax paper with polyethylene.

Ointment from celandine is prepared from the juice of this plant and melted butter. Mix the ingredients in equal proportions. If you use melted lard instead of oil, then you need less celandine juice. The oil is melted and poured into a jar, and when it cools down, the celandine juice is added to it and mixed, achieving maximum uniformity. The drug is applied every other day, a month course. In a year it is necessary to conduct four courses.

Toxic tinctures with mastopathy

In the treatment of cystic mastitis, toxic tinctures are often used. Despite the possible danger, they are very effective and in many cases win the disease forever. It is very important to involve specialists, since the violation of dosage here is most dangerous. Most often, treatment is carried out on an individual basis. In particular, this can be said about the tincture of aconite. It is used diluted, only one drop per thirty milliliters of water is used. However, further there is already an individual scheme, since the number of drops each time increases from one to twenty. Then the scheme provides for a decrease in the concentration from twenty drops to one. The agent is used on an empty stomach. Aconite tincture is also prepared at home, vodka is needed for this. However, given the toxic properties of this product, it is better not to experiment, but trust a phyto-therapeutist.

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