Daily Dose of Nature

Herbs for Muscle Pull Part 2

Pulling your muscles is always an unpleasant business, but the healing process can be turned into a treat with some of the herbal remedies below.

  • Yarrow – One of the uses of yarrow is to strengthen blood vessels. For muscle pulls, boil a teaspoon of the leaves and flowers in a cup of water, then soak a cloth in the hot water and apply to the affected area until it cools. You can also take a bath with a yarrow infusion of a handful of flowers. Yarrow is versatile, you can use it fresh or dry.
  • Mustard – Mustard is useful for muscle strain and bruises. It helps to increase blood circulation, which has a warming effect and brings more oxygen to the affected area. To make a poultice, crash some black mustard seeds, and water to make a thick paste, put this onto a cloth, and apply to the area. Freshly crushed mustard will ease pulls.
  • Lavender – Lavender is one of the most useful herbs to grow or buy, as it is helpful for relaxation, insomnia, wound and aches or pains. Boil a handful of lavender flowers in a litre of water, soak a cloth in the water and then apply it to the painful area. Soak the cloth often to keep it warm. You can pull your muscle by performing simple household tasks; give ourself a break and try a herbal remedy.

Watch out for Daily Dose Of Nature posts for more Muscle Pull herbs.

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4 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

      Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Medical treatment is similar to the treatment at home. The doctor, however, also can determine the extent of muscle and tendon injury and if crutches or a brace is needed for healing. The doctor can also determine if you need to restrict your activity or take days off work and if rehabilitation exercises or physical therapy are required to help you recover.

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