6 HOME REMEDIES FOR SWOLLEN HANDS

When your hands are swollen, the blood can’t circulate properly. It’s a painful condition that can keep you from performing your normal activities. That’s why it’s always a good idea to always have one of the following treatments on hand.

Our ancestors probably knew of lots of home remedies for reducing swelling in the hands, whether it was caused by a sports injury, poor circulation, allergies, insect bites, stroke, arthritis, or something else.

When your hands are swollen, the blood can’t circulate properly. It’s a painful condition that can keep you from performing your normal activities. That’s why it’s always a good idea to always have one of the following treatments on hand.

Lavender

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Lavender has numerous medicinal properties – google image

This is a beautiful plant known for its color and scent. Lucky for us, it also has numerous medicinal properties. Let’s take a look at some of the health benefits of lavender:

  • It is a relaxant.
  • Lavender invigorates the nervous system.
  • It fights spasms and can relieve pain.
  • It has antibacterial properties.
  • Lavender is a natural antiseptic.
  • Lavender is a natural antidepressant and can improve your mood.

You can make a lavender compress for swollen hands using the following ingredients:

  • ½ cup of dried lavender flowers
  • ½ cup of dried, crushed sage
  • 2 cups of water (400 ml)
  • 8 drops of lavender essential oil

Preparation

Add the water, flowers, and sage to a saucepan and bring to a gentle simmer for 20 minutes, covered. Strain the liquid into a container and allow it to cool. Add the lavender essential oil and stir well.

Apply this mixture to your swollen hand using either a cotton cloth or a wrap. The used herbs can be wrapped in a paper towel and placed over the affected area as well, just press them gently to release the liquid.

Ice

This can be your best friend if you’re experiencing swelling in any part of the body, particularly of the hands. Ice is great for reducing inflammation.

You can make a compress using some crushed ice or by wrapping several ice cubes in a towel. Just be sure to never apply ice directly to your skin because it could burn you. Repeat this several times a day, but don’t leave it on for more than 20 minutes at a time.

Ginger

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Ginger is well known for its ability to treat inflammation, which is one of the many reasons it has been used in herbal medicine for centuries. It alleviates pain, thins the blood, reduces inflammation, and more.

You can make a ginger tea using a teaspoon of grated or powdered ginger root per cup of boiling water. If you want to sweeten it, add a little honey. For flavor, try some freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Aloe vera

Aloe is a fantastic option for any problems that concern the skin, and it can even be helpful if you are suffering from swollen hands. For example, some athletes make compresses using aloe vera when they’re injured or after they compete to provide relief for their muscles because it helps them recover more quickly.

Everyone should have an aloe plant in the home so that it’s easy to cut off one of the leaves and use the fresh juice. Apply it directly to the affected area and you’ll feel immediate relief. It’s also excellent for taking the sting out of insect bites.

Pineapple

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Pineapple is an useful fruits to treat swollen hands – google image

This is one of the most useful fruits when it comes to reducing inflammation in the hands. We recommend eating some pineapple every day for a week to alleviate your pain. Remember that you can always enjoy it in different baked goods or add a slice or two to sweeten a tart salad. It’s a delicious, and potent, remedy.

Marigolds

This remedy can be used both topically (externally) and internally to treat swollen hands. To use it topically, make a compress using orange and red marigolds and apply it to the affected area. The other option is to make a tea using a handful of the dried flower petals and a cup of boiling water. After it steeps for five minutes, strain off the liquid, sweeten it and enjoy both the unique taste as well as the benefits.

Source: steptohealth

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