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Home Remedies for Scabies, Herbal and Natural Treatment



Scabies is a widespread parasitic virus of very common around the globe. It is a skin disease which symptoms are characterized as shallow warrens, heavy itching and some other infections. Anyone can be affected through scabies, whether it's man or woman of any age group.

The scabies bug is a compelling parasite and mostly complete its whole life cycle inside human body. It is very infectious, and can be easily spread by minor contact with an infected skin.

It is a virus which can be easily spread among humans. If any family member is infected, it is highly advised that contact with infected person's towels, cloths and even beds should avoided at all costs. Chances of getting an infection for scabies are high in such conditions, so prevention is very crucial for dealing with scabies.

The main symptom of scabies include extreme itching especially at night around different parts of body like face, neck, scalp, fingers, wrist, inner elbow, waist, breast, buttocks, soles of feet, knees, shoulders and ever around genital area. It can be cured through regular and consistent application of different natural home remedies and herbal treatment.

Fresh juice of apricot

The fresh juice of apricot is perfect in many ways; the leaves of apricot are also very effective in treatment of scabies. So all you need is to take the extract from the leaves of apricot. Massage the extract over the infected skin. The daily application can deliver assured results for curing this problem.

Neem leaf paste

Make paste of the neem leaf, leaf can be either in dry form or in fresh form. In both forms it has benefits associated with it.



After making the paste add equal quantity of turmeric powder and mix them well. Add same amount of mustard oil again and mix. Now you can apply it on the whole body or wherever your skin is affected with scabies. Leave your body for an hour and then take shower with lukewarm water.

Do this same procedure daily for about 10 to 15 days. You will see positive changes on your skin as well.

Dried bark of a Peepul tree

Make powder form of peepul tree and then have it properly strained. You can use the Peepul tree powder on gashes of scabies. This is regarded as a perfect remedy to treat your scabies and is very easy to use. Just by following this simple natural remedy you can get a perfect skin with shin.

Turmeric powder

Take one teaspoon full of turmeric powder and mix it with mustard oil. Mix margosa leaves so that it becomes a well mixed paste. Leave the paste on your face for the whole over night you could see remarkable results in removal of scabies.

Tea tree oil

Another perfect remedy to treat scabies is tea tree oil; this oil kills the bugs which causes scabies. The use is very simple; just add few drops of tea tree oil in your bath tub before taking bath. You can also opt for massage of tea tree oil on your skin, as both procedures are extremely beneficial in getting rid of scabies.

You can try any of the above home remedies. Following the application regularly and consistently assures you results of free scabies skin.





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