CLENORUSH ORAL GEL has the following salts in its composition
1) Clotrimazole (NA) 2) Choline Salicylate (NA) 3) Tannic Acid (NA) 4) Cetrimide
Uses Of CLENORUSH ORAL GEL
Clotrimazole is an azole anti-fungal medicine that works by preventing the growth of fungus. It is used to treat skin infections like:
- Athlete's foot, jock itch
- Other fungal skin infections (candidiasis).
- Pityriasis (tinea versicolor), a fungal infection that causes darkening or lightening of the skin of chest, neck, arms, or legs.
Choline salicylate is used in following conditions:
- Pain and inflammation in the mouth, denture irritation, mouth ulcers, sore spots from braces.
Tannic acid is present in nut gulls formed by insects. It is used in medicine as it:
Treats fever, cold sores, blisters, poison ivy, sore tonsils, chronic diarrhoea, receding gums, sore throat, skin rashes, bleeding, bloody urine, dysentery, cancer, painful joints, persistent cough, haemorrhoids.
Cetrimide, an antiseptic ( a mixture of many salts) is used for cleaning wounds, decreasing germs in minor cuts, burns, bites, scrapes or injuries.
It is mostly used on the skin as a topical drug.
Side Effects Of CLENORUSH ORAL GEL
Some of the common side-effects of clotrimazole are:
- Abdominal or stomach cramping or pain
- Nausea or vomiting
- Unpleasant mouth sensations
Choline salicylate is usually safe, but in some cases may cause:
- Rash / itching / swelling / at applied sites
Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.
Tannic acid is usually safe, but an overdose may cause:
- Vomiting, stomach irritation
- Liver damage, nausea
Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.
Side Effects Of Salt: Cetrimide
Some people, using may experience:
- Burning sensation on the site of application
Contraindications Of CLENORUSH ORAL GEL
Before taking clotrimazole, please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:
- If you are pregnant/ planning to become pregnant
- If you are breastfeeding
- If you are taking any nonprescription or prescription medicine, herbal preparation/ medicine, or dietary supplement
- If you have allergies to any foods, medicines or other substances.
Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:
- Hyper sensitivity towards the drug choline salicylate or any other allergies.
Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:
- Hypersensitivity towards tannic acid or any other allergies.
- Liver disease, kidney disease
- Heart failure
- Pregnancy, breastfeeding
Contraindications Of Salt: Cetrimide
Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:
- Any skin allergies, eczema
A fungus is a group of organisms that make spores. Fungi live mostly everywhere and usually don’t cause infections or skin growths. But, you may occasionally get fungal growths on your skin, like ringworm, jock itch, or vaginal yeast infection, athlete's foot.
Painful sores, which occur in the mouth, are called mouth ulcers. Mouth ulcers are usually harmless, but painful. Most of the mouth ulcers generally clear up in a week’s time.
Sometimes, mouth ulcer is induced by sharp teeth, poor denture fitting, improper brushing of teeth, or accidentally biting the tongue or teeth. These types of ulcers are known as traumatic ulcers. If one suffers from a lot of mouth ulcers and they keep recurring, then they are known as ‘aphthous stomatitis’
Mouth ulcers are normally oval or round shaped sores, which can be generally witnessed inside the mouth. Mouth ulcers can appear on:
These ulcers may be grey, yellow, red, and white in colour. Also, ulcer gets swollen sometimes. There are high chances of having multiple ulcers at a time, as they are infectious and spread.
People must not confuse mouth ulcers with cold sores. Cold sores are the tiny blisters, which occur around the mouth, or on the lips. A cold sore often begins with a burning, itching, or a tingling sensation around one’s mouth. Mouth ulcers usually do not need a treatment, as they recover by themselves in almost a week’s time. However, one can get the treatment to ease the discomfort and swelling occurred due to the mouth ulcers.
Mouth ulcers can be classified into three types, which are as follows:
- Herpetiform ulceration (HU): Herpetiform ulcer is a sub category of aphthous ulcer. Name of the herpetiform ulcer is taken from herpes because the HU resembles the sores formed in herpes. But, HU is not contagious like herpes. Herpetiform ulcer recurs too quickly. The condition never seems to get better.
- Minor ulcers: These types of ulcers may range from 2 mm- 8 mm in size. It takes them about 2 weeks to vanish. These ulcers are a little painful.
- Major ulcers: These ulcers are bigger in size than minor ones, Major ulcers are normally irregular shaped ulcers, and reach deeper to the tissues and may be more protruding than minor ulcers. These type of ulcers may stay for several weeks, and leave scars on the tissues even after they are gone.
- Diarrhoea is an increased frequency of bowel movements (stools) and also increased looseness of the motion. Diarrhoea can be due to higher fluid secretion into the intestine, minimal fluid absorption by the intestines or swift passage of stool from the intestine.
- Acute Diarrhoea stays for 4 to 5 days but the chronic Diarrhoea can last up to 4 weeks. Recurrent and severe Diarrhoea can be a sign of an intestinal disease.
When the temperature of the body rises above normal i.e. above 100.4°F or 38°C, this is considered as fever, controlled hyperthermia or pyrexia. A fever generally is not hazardous on its own. However, sometimes a fever can indicate the presence of some other condition such as an infection. A fever or high body temperature is a way by which the immune system of our body tries to fight any infection.
Fevers can be classified according to:
Length of time
- Acute: Lasts less than 7 days e.g. upper respiratory tract infection.
- Sub-Acute: Lasts up to 14 days e.g. typhoid.
- Persistent or Chronic: Lasts over 14 days e.g. HIV, cancers, tuberculosis, etc.
- Low (100.5-102.1°F or 38.1-39°C)
- Moderate (102.2-104.0°F or 39.1-40°C)
- High (104.1-06.0°F or 40.1-41.1°C)
- Hyperpyrexia (above 106.0°F or 41.1°C)
Fevers can be:
- Continuous or sustained: Does not vary more than 1.5°F or 1°C, over 24 hours, but is not normal e.g. typhoid
- Intermittent: The fever remains for many hours in the day but does not occur all the time e.g. tuberculosis
- Remittent: In this case, the fever varies more than 2°C and does not become normal e.g. infective endocarditis
Sometimes, the fever may exist for many days or weeks without any reason and these are known as FUO or fevers of undetermined origin.
A substance that is harmful to the body, can injure or kill due to its chemical actions is called poison. The word “poison” is derived from the Latin word “potare”, meaning “to drink.” Most of the poisons are ingested (swallowed). Poisoning can be planned or can occur accidentally. However, you can be poisoned in other ways such as:
- Via the skin
- By breathing
- Exposure to radiation
- Insect bite or snake bite venom
- Through IV injection
- Through food or some liquid intake
A kind of injury that is caused by various factors like an accident, surgery and certain diseases is called a wound. The skin may get punctured, cut, or torn to form a wound.
Wounds are classified into five categories, which depend upon their causes.
- Abrasion: When skin is scraped or rubbed against a hard or rough surface, Abrasion is caused. An example of an abrasion is a road rash. Not much of bleeding is there in abrasion, but one must get the wound scrubbed, and cleaned, to abstain from any infection.
- Incision: Incision is caused by a pointed or sharp object, like a razor blade, broken piece of glass, and knife. Incision causes a lot of bleeding. An incision, which is deep can cause damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
- Laceration: A deep and rooted tear, or cut in the skin is called laceration. Accidental cuts with machines, tools, or knife may cause a laceration. In this, wound bleed extensively, and rapidly.
- Puncture: A small hole may be caused by a pointed, long object, like an ice pick, needles, or nail is called puncture. Even a bullet shot can result in a puncture wound. This wound is enough deep to impair the body’s internal organs, though may not bleed that much. A Puncture wound may need an immediate expert vigilance. In some cases, even tetanus is required to prevent the infection.
- Avulsion: An Avulsion is an extreme form of a wound. In this, the skin may tear away completely, or partially. This wound may occur at the time of a vicious accident like a gunshot, explosion, or body-crushing accidents. These wounds may bleed rapidly, and heavily.
Symptoms Treated With CLENORUSH ORAL GEL
- Darkening of skin, redness
- Rashes or small bump
What Are The Symptoms Of Mouth Ulcers
General symptoms that may occur with the ulcers are as follows:
- The skin swells around the ulcerative sores.
- The area around the ulcer becomes too sensitive.
- A problem may arise while brushing one’s teeth, or chewing the food.
- Irritation and uneasiness are felt after consuming sour, salty, or spicy foods.
- The appetite of a person is lost, as eating becomes uncomfortable.
- Pain is felt in the sores.
- In severe cases, one may experience the following symptoms:
- A fever.
- Physical lethargies.
- Lymphatic nodes may get swollen.
What Are The Symptoms Of Diarrhoea
- Loose, watery stools.
- Cramps in abdomen leading to abdominal pains.
- Frequent bowel movements.
- Urgent need to pass bowls
- Blood in stool (sometimes)
What Are The Symptoms Of Fever
While a fever may be a symptom of some health condition, some of the symptoms of fever are:
- A high body temperature, chills, and shivering
- Palpitations, excessive or intermittent sweating
- Flushing of the skin
- Feeling faint, dizzy or weak, dehydration
Other symptoms may include:
- Depression, lethargy
- Sleepiness, low appetite
- Inability to concentrate
- Increased sensitivity to pain or hyperalgesia
Very high fever can cause confusion, irritability, seizures, and delirium.
What Are The Symptoms Of Poisoning
The symptoms of poisoning depend on the kind of toxin, the amount and form of exposure (inhalation, absorption via skin or ingestion), age and the overall health condition.
The mild symptoms of being poisoned include:
- Dizziness, drowsiness
- Diarrhoea, changes in behavior (crankiness, restlessness, irritability)
- A headache, fatigue, loss of appetite
- Upset stomach or nausea
- Eye or skin irritation
- Stiffness or soreness of joints
- Thirst, cough which comes and goes
Moderate symptoms include:
- Blurred vision
- Difficulty in breathing
- Disorientation and confusion
- Tearing, drooling
- Fever, hypotension (low blood pressure)
- Pale skin, yellow or flushed skin
- A persistent cough, rapid heartbeat
- Seizures, muscle twitching and loss of muscle control
- Severe nausea, severe diarrhea, stomach cramps
- Thirst, sweating, weakness, trembling
Severe symptoms can cause disability, brain damage and even death and the symptoms include:
- Convulsions, cardiopulmonary arrest, high Fever
- Disseminated intravascular coagulation (uncontrolled blood clotting or bleeding)
- Narrowing of esophagus, inability to breathe, rapid breathing
- Loss of consciousness, rapid heart rate along with low blood pressure
- Extreme thirst, respiratory distress that needs breathing assistance
- Status Epilepticus (seizures which do not respond to treatment)
- Severe and uncontrolled twitching of muscles
Certain symptoms accompanied with wounds are:
- Blood may ooze out from an injured part of the body.
- Redness on or around the affected area.
- Swelling or inflammation on or around injured area.
- Tenderness and pain are experienced in the wound.
- The Heat radiating out of the wound.
- Infection accompanied by a fever may be caused due to a wound.
- Immobilization of an affected area.
- Pus may be formed in an infected wound, which may smell foul as well.
Causes of diseases where CLENORUSH ORAL GEL is used
- Weakened immune system
- Certain medications like antibiotics
- Keeping skin wet for long
- Swimming in infected water
- Using contaminated items like towel, clothes
There can be several causes of mouth ulcers, which are as follows:
- Accidentally biting the cheek or the tongue is one of the common causes of mouth ulcer.
- Wrong usage of a toothbrush, which causes injury, and results in the formation of mouth ulcer.
- Rubbing the tongue or other mouth parts like lips, and cheeks constantly against the sharp or misaligned teeth.
- Rubbing constantly against braces or denture.
- Bad oral hygiene may result in mouth ulcer.
- Burn, while eating hot food may cause or aggravate mouth ulcers.
- Eating spicy food results in mouth ulcers.
- Allergic to certain mouthwashes.
- Allergy from certain reactive medicines like chemotherapeutic agents.
- A few autoimmune diseases like lichen planus.
- Syphilis infection.
- Viral infection from herpes simplex.
- Lip cancer.
- A few diseases like inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes mellitus, AIDS, and Tuberculosis.
- Other infections like hand-foot-mouth syndrome.
- Anxiety or stress may cause Mouth ulcers.
- Consumption of citrus fruits like lemon, grapefruit, oranges, and tangerine, and a few other highly acidic foods, or spices may cause mouth ulcer.
- Hormonal imbalance, due to menopause, puberty, and pregnancy.
- Smoking can aggravate the ulcers and their symptoms.
- Some genetic causes.
What Are The Causes Of Diarrhoea
- The main cause is the virus that infects gut. However various other causes are an allergy to a food, alcohol, diabetes, diabetes to the intestines, medications, Laxatives, radiation therapy, running, surgery, cancers, troublesome nutrition absorption.
What Are The Causes Of Fever
The most common cause of fever are infections; however, various illnesses, conditions, and medicines can also cause the temperature of the body to rise including:
- Infectious diseases and infections (like common cold, flu, malaria, HIV, pneumonia, gastroenteritis and infectious mono).
- Illegal and legal drugs (cocaine, amphetamines, and antibiotics).
- Injury or trauma (stroke, heart attack, burns, heat exhaustion or heat stroke).
- Damage to tissue (due to surgery, crush syndrome, hemorrhage, heart attack and hemolysis (when red blood cells break open and release hemoglobin).
- Other medical conditions like lupus, cancers, arthritis, skin inflammation, blood clots, inflammatory bowel disease, gout, embolisms and metabolic disorders.
What Are The Causes Of Poisoning
Poisoning can occur due to various causes such as:
- Household products like detergents, cleaning products, paint thinners, etc.
- Personal care products such as mouthwash, nail polish remover, etc.
- Bug sprays and pesticides
- Garden chemicals such as fertilizers, fungicides, herbicides, etc.
- Metals such as lead
- Mercury in old batteries and thermometers
- Some varieties of mushrooms
- Plants such as poison oak, poison ivy, etc.
- Drinking water that has been contaminated by industrial or agricultural chemicals
- Food not handled or prepared properly
- Spoiled/ rotten food
- OTC and prescription drugs when taken the wrong way or if combined
- Inhaling carbon monoxide gas
- Illegal drugs
- Venom from certain insect or snake bites
Wounds are generally caused by injuries or accidents, however, the other reasons that may cause wounds are:
- Burns due to heat, and chemical.
- Extreme temperatures like frostbite.
- Certain kind of radiations.
- Some of the health conditions that can be the cause of chronic wounds are as follows:
- Sickle Cell Anaemia.
- Chronic Osteomyelitis.
- Heart Disease.
- High Cholesterol.
- Kidney Failure.
- Bowel disorders.
- Clotting, or circulation disorders, often caused by arteriosclerosis.
- Venous Insufficiency.
- Certain inflammatory diseases that can cause wounds are:
Worst Foods With CLENORUSH ORAL GEL
- Poor eating habits lead to the poor immune system, which in turn leads to the risk of catching the fungal infection. You should avoid:
- Eating stale food, bacteria laden water.
- Too much use of anti-biotics, as weakens the immune system.
- High amounts of processed foods (especially sugar).
- Foods with high glycemic acid (white bread, most white rice, high sugar breakfast cereals).
- Dairy products except for probiotic yoghurt.
- Nuts and seeds like Cashews and pistachios which have the high content of carbohydrates.
- Smoked meat.
What Are The Worst Foods For Mouth Ulcers
Some foods that are definitely a “no” for mouth ulcers are as follows:
- Acidic foods: Acidic foods aggravate the ulcer symptoms or may cause the mouth ulcers. Some of the acidic foods that one must avoid during mouth ulcers are citrus fruits, tomatoes, and pickles.
- Spicy foods: Consuming spicy food can cause pain and irritation to the ulcer wound., which further worsen the condition of the ulcers. Consumption of spicy food can also delay the healing process of the mouth ulcer. A few spicy foods that one must avoid are Cayenne pepper, black pepper, spicy curries, Schezwan sauce and other spicy sauces.
- Hot foods: Always cool the food to the room temperature before consuming, as really hot food can burn the sensitive skin of the mouth resulting in ulcers. Also, hot food can worsen the condition of already persisting ulcers. Some hot foods and beverages that one must avoid are tea, coffee, and hot soups.
What Are The Worst Foods For Diarrhoea
Don’t consume the following if suffering from Diarrhoea:
- Fatty foods as they make Diarrhoea worse
- Dairy products except for yogurt, as Diarrhoea leads to lactose intolerance
- Alcohol and caffeinated drinks act as dehydrating agents
- Artificial sweeteners have a laxative effect on the digestive system.
- Foods leading to the excess of intestinal gas as beans, cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli.
- Tainted foods prone to mishandling like fish or meat.
What Are The Worst Foods For Fever
- Avoid sugar and sugary foods like fruit juice with sugar, canned fruits, soda, honey, etc. as consumption of sugar can hamper the immune system and worsen the fever.
- Avoid caffeinated beverages as this can hamper your immune system.
- Avoid raw foods as they are difficult to digest when you’re suffering from fever.
- Avoid red meat, shellfish, etc., as they may be difficult to digest.
What Are The Worst Foods For Poisoning
- Avoid fatty foods as they worsen the nauseous feeling.
- Avoid foods that are high in fiber, as the stomach cannot digest such foods such as brown rice, multigrain cereal, etc. Stick low-fiber foods like white rice, white pasta, etc.
- Avoid spicy foods as this can irritate your stomach and can worsen the symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, etc.
- Avoid fried foods such as chips, French fries, and foods with heavy sauces such as pasta with white creamy sauce, mayonnaise, etc. as these foods worsen the nausea and will make you feel sicker.
- Avoid dairy as the digestive system may not be able to digest foods such as full-fat milk, cheese, etc.
- Avoid raw meats, fish, unpasteurized milk and milk products, fruit juices, etc.
What Are The Worst Foods For Wound healing
Some foods that delay or hinder the healing process of a wound may be as mentioned below:
- Nitrate-Rich Foods: Blood vessels in one’s body help the chemicals and cells to move. The movement of chemicals and cells are necessary to heal the wound. By consuming nitrate rich food, these blood vessels can get damaged. A condition known as atherosclerosis can be caused by excessive consumption of nitrate rich foods. In this case, fatty plaques can be formed in the blood vessels which can lead to the rupture of the blood vessels and can further delay the healing process. In addition to these issues, nitrate-rich foods can cause different types of bleeding disorders, heart attack, and even strokes. A few nitrate containing foods are various kinds of processed meats like bacon, deli meats, and hot dogs.
- Spices and spicy foods: Spices may add flavour to the food, but it can be proved harmful during the process of wound healing. Various spices can hinder the process of wound healing, by delaying the clot formation. Some of the spices that may cause wound healing difficult are red pepper, and black pepper
Do's With Usage of CLENORUSH ORAL GEL
What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Fungal infection
- Keep your skin dry as wet skin often can cause fungal infection. People who sweat more are more likely to get the fungal infection. So, wipe your body dry frequently if you perspire heavily.
- Wash all towels/ clothes in warm soapy water
- Keep you bath tub dry and disinfected. Clean it especially after every bath.
- Take vitamins and probiotics to improve your immune system.
What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Mouth Ulcers
Some tips and remedies to cure and prevent mouth ulcers are as follows:
- Maintain oral hygiene: Brushing one’s teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and daily flossing one’s teeth can maintain oral health. Good oral health may prevent ulcer formation.
- One can apply toothpaste on the affected areas of mouth to treat mouth ulcers.
- Application of Indian gooseberry paste on the ulcers may result in healing of the sores.
- Turmeric powder can be mixed with glycerine, or honey for the application on the ulcer. Turmeric is an antiseptic and cures the infection, and honey and glycerine soothe the pain.
- Coriander leaves boiled in water can be strained. One can cool it and rinse mouth with it.
- One can use a mixture of half table spoon salt and warm vinegar to rinse the mouth. This should be done three times in a day to cure the ulcers. This can be a bit painful.
- One can chew on 5-6 basil leaves along with water to keep the mouth bacteria free.
- One should use sodium bicarbonate toothpaste instead of heavy fluoride tooth paste, in order to prevent ulcers.
- Gargling is one of the most beneficial remedies for mouth ulcer, hence one can make many mixtures for gargling, such as:
- Gargling with freshly extracted coconut milk, four times a day.
- One can gargle with lukewarm water and then with cold water alternatively. This particular method is really helpful in curing the ulcers.
- Fenugreek leaves should be boiled in two cups of water, then the water strained. The strained water should be cooled down. One can gargle with this water three times a day to cure the ulcer.
- One can gargle with tomato juice to cure ulcer or raw tomato can also be consumed.
What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Diarrhoea
To prevent diarrhoea, follow:
- Keep the food preparation area neat and tidy.
- Thaw frozen food in the refrigerator.
- Consume clean water.
- Wash the fruits and vegetables thoroughly.
- Cook meat thoroughly.
What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Fever
- Cool the room using a fan.
- Take a cool bath.
- Put a damp cloth on the forehead.
- Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and fluids. This will prevent dehydration and also help to cool your body. Water also helps to flush out the toxins from the body effectively.
- Get a lot of rest.
- Eat foods that are light and can be digested easily.
- Practice good hygiene such as washing your hands before and after eating and after you go to the toilet.
What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Poisoning
- Ensure that you are aware of all the poisons in your home and take the necessary steps to protect your children from the various toxic substances.
- Store all cleaners, cosmetics, medications, chemicals, etc. out of reach of your kids.
- If you suspect poisoning of any kind, get help immediately.
- If the person has swallowed poison, remove any poison that is remaining in the mouth and call emergency or Poison Control immediately.
- If the person who has been poisoned vomits then clear the airway of the person. Wrap a cloth around your fingers before cleaning the vomit from the throat and mouth.
- Keep the person who has suffered from poisoning comfortable and roll him/her to the left side until help arrives.
- If the poison has dropped onto the person’s clothes, then remove the clothes and wash the skin with water.
- If the poison has entered the eye, then flush the eye with lukewarm water and repeat it every 15-20 minutes. Don’t force the eyelid open and ask the person to blink several times while flushing the eye.
- If a person has inhaled poison, get the person to fresh air. Open out the windows and doors and if the person is not breathing, then begin artificial respiration immediately.
What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Wound healing
One must follow these tips to prevent, and cure wounds:
- Proper cleaning of the wound: One may clean his/her wound with flowing, clean water.
- Applying the pressure gently on the wound by using a clean sterilized bandage or a clean cloth is advised. Application of the pressure restricts the collagen to ooze out of the wound, above the skin level, as the wound heals.
- Wound Massage is advised: Gently and evenly massage the area near the wound with clean fingers. Doing this helps the collagen to break down, which further reduce the chances of scar formation or make them less noticeable.
- Get the dressing changed time to time: It is important to get the dressing changed timely either by an expert or by oneself, to avoid infection.
Dont's With Usage Of CLENORUSH ORAL GEL
What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Fungal infection
Since fungal infections are contagious, you should take special care of the following:
- Avoid scratching the infected area
- Do not share infected person’s clothes, towel or comb.
- Sometimes, water in swimming pools also may also cause fungal infection. Check if you experience continuous itching or rashes after swimming.
- Avoid works which require long term exposure to water like washing clothes, cleaning utensils etc., if you have the fungal infection in your hands.
- Avoid taking too much of anti-biotics, immune suppressants and steroids, as they cause increased risk of getting fungal infections.
- If you have the fungal infection in your feet, do not wear close shoes. Use flip flops instead.
What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Mouth Ulcers
Things one should completely avoid when suffering from mouth ulcers:
- Do not chew tobacco, or smoke, as it can cause or deteriorate the mouth ulcers.
- Do not chew any inedible objects like pen, or pencil.
- Do not touch the ulcers with unclean hands.
- Do not repetitively touch the sores with the tongue as it might worsen the symptoms, and delay the healing of the ulcers.
What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Diarrhoea
To prevent diarrhoea, follow:
- Don’t consume stale food.
- Avoid uncooked foods when out.
- Don’t eat uncooked eggs.
- Avoid unpasteurized dairy products.
What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Fever
- Don’t overdress or underdress, although you may want to dress more warmly when developing a fever and cool down when the fever is breaking.
- If you have a fever, avoid any contact with other people, so that you don’t spread the infection.
What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Poisoning
Don’t eat any mushrooms, berries, roots or wild plants unless you know about them.
In the case of a person being poisoned:
- Do not try an induce vomiting in a person who has consumed poison.
- Do not give Ipecac syrup to a person who has consumed poison.
- Do not use activated charcoal to the affected person.
- If the person is unconscious, don’t give them anything via the mouth.
- Do not try and neutralize the poison by using vinegar, lime juice, etc.
What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Wound healing
Avoid certain things to heal the wounds faster, which are as follows:
- Do not scratch the wounds: Wound may cause itching, but Scratching of a wound can worsen the condition of the wound.
- Do not pick the scabs: Scabs may protect the bruise from the dirt. Scabs may get peeled off as the wound heals.
- Do not smoke: Smoking slowdowns the healing process and may cause certain healing complications.
- Do not let the wound exposed to the air till advised by the doctor: Air exposure to the wounds may cause a decrease in the healing rate of a wound. Certain cells involved in the process may require a moist environment.
- Do not Stay out in the sun for too long: The healing process may slow down due to the exposure to the UV rays.
- Do not use Hydrogen peroxide on the wound: It may cleanse the wound, however, causes damage to the new cell growth, which may slow down the process of healing.
Other Useful Tips With Usage OfCLENORUSH ORAL GEL
- Sometimes, mouth ulcers can appear like a blister. If the person feels an urge to pop it open, then it is prudent that such urges are curbed, otherwise, it might worsen the condition and healing could be prolonged.
- One can use organic coconut oil to cure the ulcers, as it has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
What Are The Tips For Diarrhoea
Following precautions can be taken to prevent Diarrhoea:
- Wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom.
- Wash your hands after touching your pet or their waste.
- Use soap for about 20 seconds while washing hands, in the case of absence of soap use sanitizer.
- Keep children away from putting contaminated objects into their mouths.
What Are The Tips For Fever
Some natural remedies for fever are:
- Basil has antibiotic properties and can help to reduce fever. Boil basil leaves with a teaspoon of ginger in a cup of water till it gets reduced to half the quantity and drink this 2-3 times in a day with some honey or you can mix a teaspoon of basil with some pepper to a glass of hot water. Let this steep for 5 minutes and drink the tea 2-3 times in a day.
- Apple Cider Vinegar is a great remedy for fever. Add half a cup of the apple cider vinegar to warm water and soak in the solution for 5-10 minutes to bring down the fever. Mix 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar with a spoon of honey in water and drink it 2-3 times in a day for relief.
- Garlic has antifungal and antibacterial properties which can help to fight infections and warm garlic helps to promote sweating and removes the toxins from the body and helps to provide relief if you’re having a fever. Mince a clove of garlic and add it to a glass of water and steep for a few minutes, strain and drink this twice a day for relief. Crushing 2 cloves of garlic and warming it with 2 tablespoons of olive oil and applying this on the soles of the feet can help to reduce fever. However, this treatment may not be suitable for pregnant women and kids.
- Raisins have phenolic compounds which have antioxidant and antibacterial properties and can help to fight infection and reduce fever. Soak some raisins in water until they become soft and crush the raisins and strain the liquid. Add some lemon juice to this and drink it 2-3 times in a day for relief.
- Turmeric is a great remedy for fever and the curcumin contained in turmeric has antioxidant, antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties that help the body to fight infections. Mix ½ teaspoon of turmeric and ¼ teaspoon of black pepper to a glass of hot milk and drink it 2 times in a day to reduce fever.
What Are The Tips For Poisoning
Some natural remedies for various kinds of poisoning are:
- Drinking ginger tea can help to soothe the stomach in the case of poisoning.
- Consume probiotics such as yogurt, Greek yogurt or supplements to replenish the gut bacteria, which can help digestion and also restore your immune system.
- Garlic helps to detoxify the blood and is a good remedy in the case of poisoning. Include plenty of garlic in the diet of the person recovering from poisoning.
- In the case of a snake bite, it is essential to stay calm, as an increase in the heart rate causes the toxin to spread quickly. You can make use of any essential oil such as lavender oil, geranium oil or chamomile oil, etc. to relieve anxiety by sniffing out of the bottle or applying behind the ears.
- Cleaning the area of snake or insect bite with a cleanser containing tea tree oil can be beneficial, as tea tree oil has antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
- Echinacea has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and immune boosting properties and also helps in healing wounds and fighting infections. So, you can take echinacea supplements in the case of a snake or insect bite to hasten the healing.
- Coconut oil has antibacterial properties and can also help to heal wounds. Applying some coconut oil to the wound and wrapping it with a bandage can help to hasten the healing process.
- Adding turmeric to your diet or taking a supplement of turmeric can help to reduce the inflammation and pain in the case of a snake or insect bite.
- In the case of chemical poisoning, you can blend equal quantities of tinctures of liquorice, milk thistle, and dandelion leaf and have this thrice in a day helps to remove toxins from the blood, as these herbs have antiseptic properties.
- In the case of chemical poisoning due to pesticides, mix a cup of chlorine bleach to a bucket of warm water and soak yourself in the water. The heat brings the toxins to the surface of the skin, where it then eliminated from the body.
- In the case of poisoning due to carbon monoxide, add 5 drops of chlorine bleach to a glass of water and drink it slowly to counter the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning.
- Supplements such as vitamin E, garlic capsules, vitamin C, superoxide dismutase, protein supplements, selenium and liver extracts can help in the case of chemical poisoning.
- Add a few leaves of common fumitory or Earth Smoke plant to a liter of water and blend it well and have the mixture thrice a day. This will help to eliminate the toxins from the liver in case of poisoning.
- Avoid certain drugs that may hinder the body’s healing process.
- Give attention to the hygiene conditions of the wound.