Diwali 2023: Everyone likes to celebrate the festival of Diwali in their own special style. On this day, lamps, candles and firecrackers are also lit. Irrespective of the age, these things attract everyone’s attention, hence even a little carelessness can cause burns to hands and feet. In case of burning, there is rapid burning sensation and pain and a wound also forms which requires immediate relief. If treatment is not received on time, it can increase and cause even more pain. In such a situation, we are going to tell you some practical tips which can be tried first at home.
Chilled water will help
Many people get burns on their hands and feet due to the influence of lamps or firecrackers, on which first aid should be given. Let us tell you that in case of any such accident, first of all the burnt part of the person should be kept in ice-chilled water. For this, normal others can also be used.
use potato juice
Burnt wound is a little different from common injuries; potato juice can also be used to provide relief to it. It cools down and gives instant relief. For this, grate raw potato, extract its juice and apply it on the burnt area.
Treat with basil
Due to carelessness with firecrackers and lamps, any part of the body can get burnt, Tulsi is also a great option to provide relief. By extracting the juice of fresh basil leaves and applying it, the burning sensation goes away within a short time, after which one should consult a doctor.
turmeric will help
Turmeric has been used as a spice as well as a medicine for a long time. Due to the antibacterial properties found in it, it provides immediate relief from burnt areas. The injured area should first be washed with turmeric water and then it can be mixed with coconut oil or ghee and applied on the burnt area.
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