Bath with mustard
is added mustard (dry) only partial baths for hands or feet;take 2-3 handfuls of it, pour hot water in 50C and rubbed well to avoid lumps, add to the bath.The heat released during this mustard oil has a greater irritation to the skin than any other additives to baths.Staying in such a bath is limited to 5-10 minutes.Then the body is rinsed with warm water.Mustard in any case can not boil, otherwise it loses its force and effect.
Treatment of bursitis Bursitis
- acute or chronic inflammation of the mucous periarticular bag.The cause of bursitis is a long-term chronic damage to the joint area.Most often affects the elbow bursitis.
development of the inflammatory process is characterized by the appearance of a soft elastic swelling in the joint, associated with the accumulation of liquid in the bag.Depending on the nature of the liquid distinguish serous or purulent bursitis.When purulent bursitis there is an increase in body temperature, pain in the joint at the slightest movement.
affected joints need rest, so it is tight bandage is applied or bus.Appointed by antibiotic therapy, heat treatments.
In more severe cases, medical intervention is necessary.
to improve blood supply to the limb is recommended to use compresses and baths with mustard.
Mustard - 30 g daisy - 30g, rosemary - 15 g, water - 0.5 liters, the infusion of Indian onions - 4 tablespoons.spoon.
2 tbsp.tablespoons of finely ground raw insist 20 minutes in 0.5 liters of cold water and
strain.Mix with the infusion of Indian onions.
use as a compress and local baths.
Powder mustard seeds - 100 g, water - 200 ml tincture of Indian onions - 5 tablespoons.spoons.
Powder mustard seeds or mustard finished dilute with water and mix with a tincture of Indian onions.Add the mixture into the bath.Take a bath must be no more than 5 to 10 minutes.Then take a warm shower.Mustard in any case can not boil, otherwise it loses its properties.
released during a bath of mustard essential oil has a greater irritation to the skin than other additives to baths.