A corns is a limited thickening of the stratum corneum of the skin. Prolonged pressure or friction may be the cause. Calluses on the feet are very painful. They are dry, weeping and even bloody. There are many recipes for traditional medicine with which you can easily cope with calluses.
It is necessary
- - coniferous resin;
- - onion peels, apple cider vinegar;
- - garlic, butter, soda, citric acid;
- - garden iris leaves;
- - fig fruits;
- - ammonia, wax, bitter wormwood, vodka.
For fresh, burst or blood calluses, use fresh sap from any coniferous tree. Cover the corn with resin and cover with a plaster. Repeat the procedure 2-3 times a day. Within two days, the wound heals.
For dry calluses on the feet, prepare onion peels. Soak the skins of old onions in wine or apple cider vinegar for 5-7 days. Before the procedure, steam your feet in warm water with soda or lemon juice, treat the corn with a pumice stone. Put onion peels removed from vinegar on the corn in a layer of 0.2-0.3 cm. Cover with cellophane and fix with a bandage. Change the compress 2 times a day. In the evening, soak your feet in warm water and treat with a pumice stone. If the callus is still in place, reapply the onion husk compress. Repeat the procedures until the callus disappears completely.
Treat painful calluses as follows. Pass 2 cloves of garlic through a garlic press and mix with an equal amount of butter. Rub the ingredients until smooth and apply over the corn. Secure with plaster. Repeat the procedure twice a day. Soak your feet with baking soda or lemon juice before bed. After using a pumice stone, apply the garlic oil compress again. The corn disappears within 3-4 days.
The milky juice of common figs contributes to the disappearance of corns. Apply the inner surface of the cut fruit to the corn and secure with a bandage. Perform the procedure daily at night.
On hardened skin to the feet, cover with cellophane and secure with a bandage. The procedure takes 2-3 hours. The skin softens well and can be easily removed with a pumice stone.
Steam your feet in warm water with the addition of ammonia. After treating the corn with a pumice stone, apply the following remedy to it. Mix 5 grams of foundation, a tablespoon of ground fresh wormwood and 15 ml of vodka. The composition should have a gruel consistency. Apply it to the sore callus and, fixing it with a bandage, leave it overnight. In the morning, the bandage can be removed, but if possible, it is better to leave it. Perform the procedure 3-4 times.