Ginger: a good helper for skin diseases

Ginger: a good helper for skin diseases

Ginger is spicy, slightly warm, and has the functions of dispersing cold, warming, and detoxifying internally; external application can stimulate the skin to enhance blood circulation and inhibit trichophyton, and can treat various skin diseases.

  Alopecia areata: Fresh ginger slices are rubbed repeatedly on the affected area until the local skin becomes red and hot, several times a day, which can improve microcirculation and cause new growth.

  Skin pruritus: Scrubbing the skin with ginger and decoction can relieve itching and treat pruritus.

  Athlete’s foot: Slice 100 grams of fresh ginger, add 50 grams of salt, 1000 grams of water, and boil for 10 minutes in an iron pot. Pour the feet in a water basin and soak them once a day for 30 minutes.

Usually soak 5-7 times, most of them can be cured.

  Excessive foot sweat: take ginger, 15 grams of white staff, soak feet after decoction, 1-2 times a day, 5-7 days can be effective.

  Arm odor: After shaving the arm hair, take fresh ginger slices and rub the affected area several times a day, which has a certain therapeutic effect on arm odor.