Get rid of corns, cracked heels and herpes using garlic ointment

Garlic ointment is a very powerful natural remedy with amazing therapeutic properties and it can easily be prepared at home.
Garlic ointment is an external remedy with extraordinary healing effects against many diseases: corns, skin mycosis, rheumatic neuralgia, insect bites, cysts, scabies, athlete’s foot, cracked heels, all warts kinds, genital herpes, external hemorrhoids, cuts, infected wounds.

This ointment is also used to rub your chest in case of colds, whooping cough and bronchial asthma.

It helps in case of burns, relieving pain and quick healing. You apply it in a thick layer and leave it to act for a few minutes. Apply as often as needed.

Noise and ear pain: Put some ointment inside the ear (as a bean size) then put a cotton plug. Leave it for 15 minutes then wash with lukewarm water.

How to prepare garlic ointment:
Crush one garlic head and mix it well with 100-150 grams of ghee (clarified butter). The resulting mixture is put on low heat in a bain-marie for 3 hours. After boiling, strain the mixture and place it in a clean bowl. Add clean beeswax (a large cherry size). Mix quickly with a wooden spoon until the wax is melts. Leave the mixture 10-15 minutes to cool then mix again with a wooden spoon for 10 minutes. Leave it in the refrigerator for 6 hours then the ointment is ready to use. Store it in a dark cool place.

If you use garlic ointment for foot mycosis, corns and cracked heels you can add a few drops of castor oil. In rheumatism neuralgia and insect bites, add 10 drops of peppermint oil and for warts and herpes add a few drops celandine tincture.

How to use garlic ointment
Apply small amounts of garlic ointment several times a day in a thin layer on the affected area then massage it gently for a few seconds. Garlic ointment treatments can spread over a longer period depending on the severity of medical condition. Garlic ointment is an exceptional natural remedy because it has no side effects. To check your sensitivity to garlic or if you have allergies, you can make a test on a small body area. The ointment shouldn’t flush red skin and shouldn’t cause itching.

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