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To use breast milk as an acne solution, use clean water all over your face and then apply breast milk all over the infected area and let it air-dry. As a facial cleanser, the breast milk should be applied over the entire face and then wiped away clean with a towel. Breast Milk As A Cooking Ingredient. Keeping your baby’s clean is one way to help clear things up, but breast milk can also help wipe away blemishes. The antimicrobial properties of your milk are what help get rid of the acne.
Your body produces plenty of milk and it won’t cost you a dime to rub some on your baby’s acne while she’s breastfeeding. Swish breast milk like you would mouth wash to make them go away quickly. 10. Chapped lips.
Apply breast milk for smooth supple lips. 11. Canker sores and cold sores.
Apply some breast milk to the sore and allow to air dry. 12. Teething and toothaches.
Try different temperatures to see what works. Breast milk soaked rags are great for teething babies. Breast milk contains natural moisturizers that speed the healing process. Wash the affected area with clear water first. Then rub breast milk on the rash and let it fully dry before re-diapering.
Breast milk can also help take the itch out of bug bites, chicken pox and some forms of eczema. The natural ingredients in the milk may help clear the skin. Eczema. Babies have sensitive skin that can dry easily, which can cause eczema to develop.
Due to its qualities that offer protection against infections, breast milk can help ease your baby’s eczema. Drip some breast milk on a cotton ball and apply it to the affected area. While this may true, there are natural antibodies found in breast milk, along with it’s anti-infectious, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties, that makes it possible to use for more than. Breast milk is full of antibodies, you can put your freezer stash to good use, by giving some breast milk for your kids. Breast milk gummies made with honey are great for babies over 1-year-old suffering from a sore throat.
9.Fever It. Cabbage leaves are very effective in drying up breast milk. Place clean and chilled cabbage leaves in your bra, making sure the leaves are flat against the surface of the breast. When they begin to wilt, replace them with fresh leaves.
It is a substance that causes breast milk to flow, and also helps to stop the bleeding after delivery. Therefore, early breastfeeding is the right thing you should do. 3. Use A Suction Machine For Breastfeeding.
Using a suction machine for breastfeeding is reckoned one of the best home remedies for blocked milk duct treatment. Oats are rich in fiber and iron, which reduce cholesterol and increase breast milk production. They also induce relaxation, which, in turn, helps increase lactation.
These properties make oats one of the best options to increase the supply of breast milk (11).
List of related literature:
|from Linda Page’s Healthy Healing: A Guide To Self-Healing For Everyone|
|from Women’s Health in General Practice|
|from Mama Glow|
|from Easy Ayurveda Home Remedies: Based On Authentic, Traditional Ayurveda Practice|
|from Breastfeeding and Human Lactation|
|from Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation: Treatment Options and Risk Assessment|
|from Counseling the Nursing Mother|
|from Swanson’s Family Medicine Review E-Book|
|from 10 Essential Herbs: Everyone’s Handbook To Health|
|from Natural Health After Birth: The Complete Guide to Postpartum Wellness|