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A burn is a type of injury to the skin caused by dry heat (like fire), wet heat (such as steam or hot liquids), electricity, chemicals, or radiation. Based on the depth and extent of burns, there are three types of burns. First-degree burns damage only the outer layer of skin. Second-degree burns damage the outer layer and the layer underneath. Third-degree burns damage or destroy the deepest layer of skin and tissues underneath.

Burns can cause swelling, redness, blistering and scarring of skin. The skin may also peel, appear white or charred (blackened), or feel numb. They also can lead to infections because they damage the skin's protective barrier. A burn may also trigger a headache and fever. In serious cases, it may cause shock and even death.

Useful herbs

Abies mariana

A folk remedy for kidney stones, stomach problems and rheumatism (inner bark); in the treatment of stomach pains, trembling and fits (root and bark); on purulent wounds, bad burns, skin rashes, scabies and persistent scabs (resin mixed with oil); in treating respiratory infections and kidney problems (gum or leaves); as a bath or a rub in treating dry skin or sores (leaves)

Abronia villosa

To induce the flow of urine (plant); to treat burns (roots)

Acacia farnesiana

For dysentery, dermatitis and other inflammations of the skin and raucous membranes (green pods); to relieve bronchial passages and for sore throats (dried gum). A tannin-rich extract has been prepared from the leaves and young shoots and used in decoction and applied to inflammed tissue and burns to promote rapid healing.

Acacia senegal

Inhibiting bleeding, inflammation of the intestinal area, as an emollient, in cough, burns, sore throat and as a vehicle for other medicines (for example. suspending insoluble powders) (gum); bark, leaves and gum are used to treat gastritic disorders,, haemorrhage, ophtalmia, colds, diarrhoea, gonorrhea, leprosy, typhoid, urinary tract infections and as emollient, antitussive and astringent ; the gum is considered an aphrodisiac. The flowers are relished by honeybees.

Acanthus mollis

For dislocated joints, for burns, in treating irritated mucous membranes within the digestive and urinary tracts (plant); to soothe burns and scalds (crushed leaves)

Acorus calamus

Asthma, bronchitis, for burns, cancer, catarrh, colds, cough, sore throat, colic, constipation, diarrhea, dysentery, indigestion, epilepsy, fever, flatulence, gangrene poisoning, headache, hemorrhages, nerve problems, odontosis and in parturition.

Aegopodium podagraria

In the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis, gout, sciatica and disorders of the bladder and intestines, as a poultice on burns, stings, wounds, painful joints etc (infusion)

Agastache foeniculum

In the treatment of colds, fevers, weak heart, abdominal pain and gastrointestinal tract spasms (leaf infusion); to treat burns (leaves and stem)

Ajuga bracteosa

Purifying blood and for fever (leaf juice); burns and boils (leaf powder); fever, skin diseases and joint pain (root bark); gout and rheumatism, palsy and amenorrhoea (plant).

Alnus nepalensis

For reducing swelling of the leg and in diabetes; The juice of the bark is boiled and the gelatinous liquid applied to burns.

Ananas comosus

For cancer and tumors, coagulating blood, in edemas, third degree burns and promoting the absorption of drugs, to expel intestinal worms, as emmenagogue, as a drastic treatment for venereal diseases, as a gargle in cases of sore throat and as an antidote for seasickness.

Aralia nudicaulis

In the treatment of pulmonary diseases, cough, asthma, rheumatism, stomach aches and cystitis (root); used as a poultice in treating rheumatism, sores, burns, itchy skin, ulcers and skin problems such as eczema (root paste)

Aralia racemosa

In the treatment of pulmonary diseases, asthma, rheumatism etc (herb); to sores, burns, itchy skin, ulcers, swellings etc (root/fruit).Externally it is used as a poultice in treating rheumatism and skin problems such as eczema.

Balanites aegyptiaca

In rheumatism (seed oil); stomach problems and as an expectorant (seed); useful in burns, wounds and ulcers, common cold, whooping cough, leucoderma, malaria, sleeping sickness and other skin diseases.

Bergenia ciliata

Tuberculosis and other lungs problems, dysentery, fever, cough, spleen enlargement, ulcers, menorrhagia and urinary disorders (including dysuria and kidney stones) (rhizome); cuts, burns, boils and ophthalmia (root paste).

Bixa orellana

As a topical antiseptic for ear, eye, and skin infections, for digestive problems, prostate and urinary infections, hypertension and high cholesterol levels (leaves); to tone, balance, and strengthen liver function and for hepatitis and liver inflammation/pain, high cholesterol, skin care and skin anti-aging, sinusitis, constipation, relieves stomachaches and asthma (seeds); in healing of minor wounds and burns, prevents scaring and blisters (pulp and oil); treatment of jaundice, diabetes, influenza, dysentry, venereal diseases (root).

Bletilla striata

In the treatment of haemorrhages of the stomach or lungs, uterine bleeding and nose bleeds, applied as a poultice to burns, cuts, abscesses and sores.

Bruguiera sexangula

Used externally to treat shingles (fruits); to treat burns (roots and leaves).

Celastrus scandens

For chronic liver and skin ailments (including skin cancer), rheumatism, leucorrhoea, dysentery and suppressed menses; to treat obstinate sores, skin eruptions etc (root); as an ointment on burns, scrapes and skin eruptions (bark)

Chenopodium album

Anemia (root and leaf); stomach worms (plant oil); for treating burns (leaf juice); as a wash or poultice to bug bites, sunstroke, rheumatic joints and swollen feet, whilst a decoction is used for carious teeth (leaves); urinary problems and are considered useful for relieving the discharge of semen through the urine (seeds)

Convallaria majalis

In the treatment of valvula heart diseases, cardiac debility, dropsy and chronic lung problems such as emphysema. An ointment made from the roots is used in the treatment of burns and to prevent scar tissue.

Coptis chinensis

Controls bacterial and viral infections, relaxes spasms, lowers fevers and stimulates the circulation, for diarrhoea, acute enteritis and dysentery, insomnia, fidget, delirium due to high fever, leukaemia, otitis media, acne, boils, abscesses and burns whilst it is also used as a gargle for mouth and tongue ulcers, swollen gums and toothache (root).

Crinum asiaticum

Urinary problems, biliousness, in strangury and burns (bulb); skin diseases (leaf).

Crinum defixum

Boils, earache and skin diseases (leaf); as a laxative (seed); urinary problems, burns, witlow, abdominal disorders, bodyache and carbuncle (bulb).

Cucumis melo

As a tonic, diuretic , in urinary tract infections and to expel the tapeworms or other parasites from the body (seed); skin maladies (fruit pulp). The fruits is used as a cooling light cleanser or moisturiser for the skin. It is also used as a first aid treatment for burns and abrasions.

Cucumis sativus

Cucumber seeds possess similar properties to those of the allied Pumpkin (Cucurbita Pepo, Linn.) which are distinctly diuretic, but mainly employed as a very efficient taeniacide. The leaf juice is emetic, it is used to treat dyspepsia in children. The fresh fruit is used internally in the treatment of blemished skin, heat rash etc, whilst it is used externally as a poultice for burns, sores etc and also as a cosmetic for softening the skin.

Cucurbita maxima

Strangury, urinary affections and gonorrhea (plant); neuralgia and migraine (seed oil). As a remedy for intestinal tapeworms and roundworms , the seeds are less potent than the root of Dryopteris felix-mas, but safer for pregnant women, debilitated patients and children. The oil from the seed is used as a nerve tonic. The fruit pulp is used as a soothing poultice on burns, inflammations and boils.

Cucurbita pepo

Oil constituents of pumpkin seed combined with saw palmetto treated an enlarged prostate gland effectively. The leaves are applied externally to burns.

Daucus carota

Hemorrhoids, leprosy, tumors, eye diseases, burns, to encourage delayed menstruation, can induce uterine contractions and jaundice (root); poultice for sores (root decoction); kidney diseases and dropsy (fruit and seed); colic (fruit); for lithic acid or gouty disposition, in gravel and stone, and is good against flatulence, windy colic, hiccough, dysentery, chronic coughs, etc (tea); to mitigate the pain of cancerous ulcers (root poultice); cleanse running sores and ulcers (leaves wth honey); used to counter cystitis and kidney stone formation, and to diminish stones that have already formed (leaf infusion); in the treatment of diabetes (flower infusion); for threadworms (grated raw root); used in the treatment of oedema, flatulent indigestion and menstrual problems (root infusion); a traditional 'morning after' contraceptive (seed).

Descurainia sophia

To ease the pain of toothache, for chronic coughs, hoarseness and ulcerated sore throats, asthma (plant); asthma, fevers, bronchitis, oedema, dysentery, sciatica, on burns and sores (seed)

Desmodium triflorum

In diarrhea, dysentery, to relieve burns, to promote healing of wounds and abscesses, convulsions and stimulating the flow and/or secretion of milk (leaf); to treat bilious complaints, diarrhoea and galactagogue (root)

Diospyros peregrina

For wounds and ulcers;in vitiated conditions of pitta, burning sensation, inflammations, diarrhea, dysentery, leprosy, skin diseases, pruritus, dyspepsia, haemorrhages, burns, diabetes, fever, spermatorrhea and vaginal disorders (bark); in strangury, dyspepsia, flatulence, scotoma, nyctalopia, opthalamia, epistaxis, haemoptysis, burns, tubercular glands, scabies and wounds (leaves); in leucorrhoea, urethrorrhea, splenomegaly, nyctalopia, anaemia and scabies (flowers).

Dolichos uniflorus

Measles, smallpox, burns, sores and tumors (plant); menstrual problems (plant decoction); kidney stones (seed). Ayurveda uses decoction of seed in leucorrhoea, menstrual troubles, bleeding during pregnancy, colic caused by wind, piles, rheumatism, heamorrhagic disease and for intestinal worms. Soup prepared from seeds is beneficial in enlarged liver and spleen. Tribal practices use the parts of the plant for dysuria, sores, tumours, burns, adenitis, fistula ani, intercostal neuralgia, pleurisy, piles, hiccups, abdominal lump, bronchial asthma,pneumonia, prolapsus ani, menstrual complaints, piles, colic, epistaxis, flatulence, ophthalmia, ulcers,urinary troubles and kidney stone.

Eucalyptus globulus

In rheumatism, asthma, spasmodic throat troubles, increases cardiac action, chronic bronchitis, skin diseases and for burns (essential oil of leaf and aerial part); in sporadic fevers (alcohol extract of bark and leaf); alleviating spasms (leaf); for relieving coughs and colds, sore throats and other infections (leaves essential oil); in the treatment of diarrhoea and bladder inflammation, externally it is applied to cuts etc (resin); in the form of a tincture in asthma and chronic bronchitis (dried leaves).

Fagus grandifolia

To treat frostbite, burns, poison ivy rash etc (leaves); in the treatment of lung ailments (bark); for fever, jaundice, nephrosis, rheumatism and tuberculosis.

Fritillaria roylei

For the disease of the eye and all women's diseases. Used in the treatment of TB, asthma, bronchitis, burns and stomach pains.

Hedeoma pulegioides

In the treatment of digestive disorders, colds, whooping cough, painful menstruation and as an aid in childbirth, for sprains, rheumatism, allergy, burn, conjunctivosis, cramps, dysentery, fever, gout, headache, hepatosis, leukorrhea, pertussis, pharyngosis, pneumonia.

Hippophae rhamnoides

In fatigue and convalescense; in lung complaints (fruit syrup); for cutaneous eruptions (decoction); for treating burns, cardiac disorders, eczema, radiation injury, stomach and intestinal diseases (oil).The freshly-pressed juice is used in the treatment of colds, febrile conditions, exhaustion etc.

Hippophae tibetana

For treating burns, eczema and radiation injury, stomach and intestinal diseases (oil); in the treatment of disorders of the lungs, inflammation of the pulmonary tract, difficulty in expelling phlegm and coagulation and clotting of the blood (fruit)

Hordeum vulgare

Cholera (plant); as an emollient for inflammations of the skin, a demulcent and in fever (seed decoction). They are used in the treatment of dyspepsia caused by cereals, infantile lacto-dyspepsia, regurgitation of milk and breast distension. It is taken internally as a nutritious food or as barley water and is of special use for babies and invalids, to reduce excessive lactation. Barley is also used as a poultice for burns and wounds.

Lactuca sativa

For painful ulcers and burns (plant). Excellent remedy for acid indigestion and "heartburn." Insomnia, anxiety, neuroses, hyperactivity in children, dry coughs, whooping cough, rheumatic pain etc.

Leonotis nepetaefolia

In skin diseases (such as ringworm), burns and scalds (flower).

Lithospermum officinale

In the treatment of bladder stones, arthritis and febrile conditions (seed); in the treatment of eruptive diseases such as smallpox, measles and itch (root decoction); in cuts, wounds, old sores, gunshot wounds, eczema and burns (plant)

Lycopersicum esculentum

Used as a promoter of gastric secretion, a blood purifier and as an intestinal antiseptic (juice of the fruit); used as corrective for kidneys and a gentle natural stimulant and externally for burns, scalds and sunburn (fruit); used to treat enlarge prostate and the difficulties in urination (skin of fruit); in the treatment of rheumatism and severe headaches (plant); in toothache (decoction of the root).

Mangifera indica

In rheumatism, diphtheria and diarrhea (bark and flower); diabetes, scalds and burns (leaf); for severe bleeding, catarrh, hemoptysis, external ulcers, toothache and for preventing plaques of the teeth; in cases of diarrhea, chronic dysentery, catarrh of the bladder and chronic urethritis resulting from gonorrhea (dried mango flowers); on cracks in the feet and on scabies, and is used to treat syphilis (resinous gum from the trunk); as vermifuges and as astringents in diarrhea, hemorrhages and bleeding hemorrhoids (kernel decoction and powder); for diarrhea, fever, chest complaints, diabetes, hypertension etc (leaf decoction); scurvy and sthomachache (fruit)

Mimosa intsia

Hemorrhoids and burns (leaf); in debility (root).

Murraya koenigii

In diarrhea, dysentery and relieving pain associated with the stomach and kidneys (leaf); for rashes and bites from poisonous insects and reptiles (bark); for skin eruptions and poisonous bites (root and bark); cure skin eruptions and to relieve burns (crushed leaves).

Oryza sativa

The chief consumption of rice is as a food substance, it forms a light and digestible food for those in whom there is any tendency to diarrhoea or dysentery, but it contains less potash and vegetable acids than potatoes. A decoction of rice, is demulcent, refrigerant drink in febrile and inflammatory diseases, and in dysuria and similar affections. It is also be used as an enema in affections of the bowels. A poultice of rice may be used as a substitute for one of linseed meal, and finely powdered rice flour may be used, like that of wheat flour, for erysipelas, burns, scalds, etc. Rice starch may be used medicinally and in other ways in place of wheat starch.

Phaseolus vulgaris

For acne, bladder problems, burns, diabetes, diarrhea, dropsy, dysentery, eczema, hiccups, itch, kidney stones, rheumatism, sciatica, tenesmus, urinary tract infections; in the treatment of cancer of the blood (seed)

Pinus roxburghii

In lumbago, rheumatism, in chronic bronchitis, neuralgia, arthritis, skin complaints, wounds, sores, burns, boils etc and is used in the form of liniment plasters, poultices, herbal steam baths and inhalers (oil).

Plantago major

It is used in inflammation of the skin, malignant ulcers, intermittent fever, etc., and as a vulnerary, and externally as a stimulant application to sores. The leaves arrest external haemorrhage. The fresh leaves are applied whole or bruised in the form of a poultice. Rubbed on parts of the body stung by insects, nettles, etc., or as an application to burns and scalds. Internally, they are used in the treatment of a wide range of complaints including diarrhoea, gastritis, peptic ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, haemorrhage, haemorrhoids, cystitis, bronchitis, catarrh, sinusitis, asthma and hay fever. They are used externally in treating skin inflammations, malignant ulcers, cuts, stings etc. The heated leaves are used as a wet dressing for wounds, swellings etc. The root is a remedy for the bite of rattlesnakes. The seeds are used in the treatment of parasitic worms. Plantain seeds contain up to 30% mucilage which swells up in the gut, acting as a bulk laxative and soothing irritated membranes. A distilled water made from the plant makes an excellent eye lotion.

Polygonum lapathifolium

In urinary tract diseases and dissolving kidney stones. It is applied externally to burns.

Portulaca oleracea

For maladies of the ear, spleen, kidney and liver, anitgonorrheic and purifying blood (plant); burns, diabetes, diarrhea, dysentery, indigestion, hypotension, insomnia, ophthalmia, heart palpitations, scurvy, skin ailments (plant); in preventing heart attacks and strengthening the immune system, applied to burns (leaves); in the treatment of strangury, coughs, sores etc and are particularly effective in the treatment of skin diseases and insect stings (plant juice); to earaches, to alleviate insect stings (leaf juice); in dyspepsia, worm troubles and opacities of the cornea (seed).

Raphanus sativus

Stimulate the appetite and digestion, having a tonic and laxative effect upon the intestines and indirectly stimulating the flow of bile (root); in the treatment of asthma and other chest complaints (leaves, seeds and old roots); in the treatment of indigestion, abdominal bloating, wind, acid regurgitation, diarrhoea, bronchitis and in the treatment of intestinal parasites (plant). It is crushed and used as a poultice for burns, bruises and smelly feet.

Rumex maritimus

For treating burns and back pain (leaves)

Santalum album

Chronic bronchitis, gonorrhoea, gleet, in chronic cystitis, vomiting and stomach-ache, to burns; in fevers and headache (wood paste). The oil is active against Eberthella typhosa and Escherichia coli. The oil from the seeds is used in skin troubles.

Solanum melongena

Hemorrhoids, as a stimulant and lowering blood cholesterol (seed). It is also used as an antidote to poisonous mushrooms. It is bruised with vinegar and used as a poultice for cracked nipples, abscesses and haemorrhoids. A decoction is applied to discharging sores and internal haemorrhages. A soothing and emollient poultice for the treatment of burns, abscesses, cold sores and similar conditions can be made from the leaves. Aubergine leaves are toxic and should only be used externally. The ashes of the peduncle are used in the treatment of intestinal haemorrhages, piles and toothache. A decoction of the root is astringent.

Solanum nigrum

Hemorrhoids, liver problems (including cirrhosis), as an emollient, eye-diseases, rat poisoning, skin diseases, oedema, cough, urticarial patches, for achieving conception and to relieve from difficult labour and as a rejuvinative(plant); used externally ease pain and abate inflammation, and are applied to burns and ulcers (fresh leaves); for ringworm, gout and earache, and mixed with vinegar, is said to be good as a gargle and mouthwash (leaf juice); used externally as a poultice, wash etc in the treatment of cancerous sores, boils, leucoderma and wounds (leaves, stem and root); as an analgesic for toothaches (fruit juice).

Solidago canadensis

To strengthen kidney function, urinary infections, chronic catarrh, skin diseases, influenza, whooping cough (plant); as a poultice to burns (root); in the treatment of diarrhoea, body pains, fevers and snakebites (flowers)

Stellaria media

As a plaster in swolen areas and broken bones, to relieve constipation, useful in rheumatism, inflammations of the digestive, renal, respiratory and reproductive tracts, asthma, congestion, and bronchitis, obesity, high cholesterol, in severe inflammations of skin, such as erysipelas, scalds and burns, crural ulcers, haemorrhoids, eczema, to soothe severe itchiness and inflammations of eyes (plant); as a poultice or ointment for skin irritation and inflammation as well as for skin ulcers. Boils, carbuncles, and abscesses

Tilia cordata

In maladies associated with chills (such as influenza and catarrh), in the treatment of colds and other ailments where sweating is desirable (flowers); in the treatment of indigestion, hypertension, hardening of the arteries, hysteria, nervous vomiting or palpitation (flower tea); gastric or dyspeptic disturbances, to burns or sore places (wood)

Trichosanthes palmata

In diarrhoea, fever, pneumonia, rheumatism and vomiting (roots); used in dysentery (seeds); applied externally on burns (leaf paste).

Trifolium pratense

For asthma, whooping cough and bronchitis (flower); in treating athlete's foot, bronchitis, burns, cancer, constipation, diuretic, expectorant, gall-bladder stones, gout, liver diseases, pertussis, rheumatism, skin sores, ulcers, for sore eyes and as a salve for burns (plant); for cancerous ulcers, corns etc. (flower extract)




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