Using Horse Radish To Cure Seborrheic Keratosis

August 12, 2011

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Using Horse Radish To Cure Seborrheic Keratosis.

Horse radish (Armoracia rusticana, syn. Cochlearia armoracia) is a perennial plant in the Brassicaceae family and it is in the same family as wasabi, mustard, cabbages and broccoli. It is used to prepare syrup, tea and tinctures and is also eaten as a condiment. It is used externally as a poultice because it stimulates blood circulation. The plant is also used for other medicinal values other than treating scabies, these include: it strengthens blood vessels, improves the blood flow thus regulates the blood pressure. The plant also aids digestion, mix ΒΌ teaspoon of grated horseradish with a cup of warmed milk, and drink once per day for two weeks.

Horse radish can help in treating seborrheic keratosis and is actually a very cheap and simple way because it does not involve undergoing through certain very expensive procedures like electrocautery, cryosurgery, and vaporizing the growths with a laser at the hospital which may have other negative effects on your body. It is however important to note that as patient suffering from seborrheic keratosis you need to get advice from your doctor on the appropriate medication to use depending on the level of infection and your skin type.

The following are some of the preparations for horse radish to cure seborrheic keratosis and other skin infections:

Horse radish prevents scaring and scaling of the skin caused by scabies. To prepare this, steep 4 tablespoons of grated horse radish in one cup of 100-proof alcohol for about twenty minutes, remove the pulp and place in a clean piece of cloth or cotton and squeeze to extract the juice. Throw the pulp away and mix the juice with alcohol, put the mixture in a cup of water, soak a piece of cloth in the mixture and apply the solution to the affected areas two to three times a day for two weeks.

To help eradicate age spots and to fade wrinkles, grate a small piece of horse radish (maybe 5 inches) root and combine it with one pint of apple cider vinegar. Let the mixture steep for about 14 days and be sure to shake the mixture often during this time. Strain the mixture and apply the solution on the skin neck down two times a day for two weeks.

Seborrheic keratosis

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