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Simple, natural treatments with sesame oil, rice or oat bran, calendula, comfrey, clay, and aloe vera can be helpful in treating skin disorders. Arnica is effective on bruises and sprains. Tea tree oil can be used as a disinfectant. If a skin condition persists or a symptom becomes worse, see your health care provider.
A ginger compress will help to relax or to loosen up blockage from a cold or stagnation in your child’s chest.
Japanese plums have medicinal qualities, as well as culinary uses. Here is an easy recipe that eliminates toxins in your baby’s body.
Kuzu in this slightly salty sauce has a soothing, medicinal effect on your baby’s digestive system. It can be used on its own as a remedy for a digestive upset or as a sauce on vegetables or grains.
Cereal grain milk is centering, soothing, and nourishing to your baby’s digestive tract. This is the first remedy that I use to help restore balance.
Kuzu helps calm and soothe your baby, and it is a powerful remedy for diarrhea, stomachache, acid reflux, colds, cough, fever, and headache.
You may find it empowering to participate in healing your child’s sicknesses. Alternative remedies, such as homeopathy, may be useful.
Cold compresses can cause blood vessels to contract, so they reduce heat and swelling, and are used for acute injuries. Warm compresses increase circulation by dilating the blood vessels in areas that are constricted or tight. They are used for chronic conditions.