Products made by domestic and wild animals (poultry, fish and even insects) have long been widely used in the treatment of many diseases. This is due to a century of experience, on the one hand, and the proven influence of certain methods, on the other.
Milk and its derivatives are considered one of the most popular products that continue to be used as a medicine to this day. Everyone knows about their medicinal properties, not to mention the place of these products in folk dietetics. Therefore, there is a lot of evidence confirming the popularity and effectiveness of dairy products in the treatment of many diseases.
Perhaps the most popular of these products is milk itself. There are a lot of recipes using hot milk for coughs and colds. Depending on the desired effect, milk with pepper, butter, garlic, baking soda, honey, and even lard is used. Hot milk is even advised to drink for tuberculosis, which was very popular in past centuries. To do this, you need to make a decoction of oats in milk.
You can also use baked milk as a treatment. For example, such a product can be used in case of a cold in a child. The method of application is very simple: it is either given to drink in a warm form, or compresses are made from it.
Sour milk can also be used as compresses or lotions. But not against colds, but for the treatment of wounds and cuts. For this, a little vinegar is added to the sour milk. A compress from such a mixture is applied to the affected area of the body. Sour milk is also used as a medicine for the eyes, as it has a kind of disinfectant effect. Therefore, if there are no special preparations at hand for washing the eyes in case of contact with dangerous specks, you can safely apply sour milk. It will also help with other eye diseases.
Perhaps for many it will be wild to use milk as a medicinal substance, when pharmacies are simply full of various drugs. But why waste a lot of money on these drugs, if there are excellent and more affordable remedies that have been proven for centuries. It is only important to remember that traditional medicine is not a panacea. And before trying one or another treatment method on yourself, it is still worth consulting a specialist.