The #1 Remedy For Chicken Pox

remedy for chicken poxIf you' or your child is dealing with the rash, you are probably looking for the best remedy for Chicken Pox to get rid of the rash and virus as fast as possible (alternative spellings: Chicken Poks, Chickenpoks, Chicken Pocks or Chickenpocks).

While it's difficult to say which is the best remedy for Chicken Pox, as they all work differently for different people, I can definitely recommend a few that have been known to get the best results.

Based on results, a remedy for Chicken Pox that is proven to work well has been the oatmeal bath.  This is an effective remedy simply because oatmeal is known to help stop itchiness and has some useful healing effects for blisters or rash.  A bath is also useful, as it allows you to soak your entire body underwater.

When taking a bath, you always want to make sure you gently dry off the skin with a towel, as you do not want to irritate the rash or blisters (alternative spellings: Chicken Poks, Chickenpoks, Chicken Pocks or Chickenpocks).

Another incredible remedy for Chicken Pox is the baking soda bath.  Like the oatmeal bath, baking soda has been known to have a healing effect on the blisters and rash.  The faster the blisters scab over and fall off, the faster you will be healed.

Simply add a few tablespoons of baking soda to a lukewarm bath and soak the entire body underwater for at least 15 minutes.  You can do this several times per day.

Like I said earlier, everyone's body is different and will respond differently to each remedy for Chicken Pox.  It is recommended that you experiment with different remedies and treatments to find out which are most effective for you.

There are many home remedies that are available and proven to work well for the rash and blisters.  Besides remedies, I also suggest taking a look at a proper diet and other oils and lotions that you can use on your skin (alternative spellings: Chicken Poks, Chickenpoks, Chicken Pocks or Chickenpocks).

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  1. Ive heard neem leaves are good remedies too!

  2. By reading your book, I’ve learned a lot all about chicken pox. Thanks Stefan.

  3. Baking soda bath? I will try it. Love reading your book.


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