Cornea Not only does it look unattractive, it can also cause uncomfortable discomfort and pain for many affected people. Often, infections can lead to inflammation, so regular corneal treatment is essential for some people. For these people, the question arises as to which home remedies can be used to treat a cornea and which help quickly. Alternative remedies are also used again and again.
The oil from the Australian tea tree in a foot bath helps soften the callus.
There are a variety of home remedies that can help treat a cornea. The Australian tea tree oil is particularly popular. A few drops of this oil are placed in a hot foot bath to remove calluses. This makes the cornea very soft and can then be easily removed.
In order to increase the effect, the tea tree oil should also be applied to the callus after the foot bath and rubbed off with it. Here, however, you should make sure that the feet are dry before the oil is applied directly.
Apple cider vinegar can also be used to remove calluses. The acid makes it easy to remove the cornea and in some cases even falls off on its own. Therefore, apple cider vinegar should always be handled carefully and used sparingly.
Furthermore, many affected people rave about chamomile tea bags. These are placed on the affected skin areas and also soften the skin. The chamomile tea bags should be placed warm. An exposure time of a good 30 minutes is highly recommended.
Rubbing in 100 percent aloe vera juice can also soften the callus very well. Subsequent removal is then very easy and, thanks to the active ingredients of the juice, particularly pleasant for those affected.
With foot care, also known as a pedicure, the toenails are shortened and calluses are removed (also called corns). In contrast, medical foot care or podiatry also includes direct treatments of the feet.
The treatment or removal of foot complaints and diseases such as corns, nail fungus and are part of medical foot care.
Basically, all home remedies work very quickly when treating calluses. The home remedies prepare the cornea for removal. It becomes soft and can then be easily removed with other aids.
A pumice stone, for example, which you can buy in any drugstore, is very suitable here. You can also treat the cornea with a hard brush. However, care should be taken not to remove too much cornea. This can easily injure the skin underneath and become very painful.
In addition, these parts of the body should be given special care after treatment of the cornea. Deer tallow or an ointment made from marigolds are very suitable for this. A quick treatment with home remedies is therefore not a problem, but such treatment should be repeated at regular intervals.
When treating calluses, most affected people like to use alternative remedies as well. The Schüssler salts are particularly popular here. These can be used internally as well as externally. A combination is usually advisable and can produce a significant improvement.
For internal use, the Schüssler salt no. 1. Calcium Fluoratum and the Schüssler salt no. 11. Silicea are used. These active ingredients are usually taken in tablets and relieve corneal discomfort. Here, 1-3 tablets are taken 3 to 6 times a day. In addition, a high dose can provide relief in extremely severe cases. To do this, one tablet is taken every ten minutes. In the case of children and adolescents, a doctor should be consulted urgently.
The Schüssler salt no. 1. Calcium Fluoratum can also be used for external application. This is often used in the form of an ointment and has already worked wonders for many affected people.
In addition, the homeopathic remedy graphite has proven itself in homeopathy and is inspiring more and more people.