In daily life, hot compress mostly plays a simple role of the physical warming effect, mainly to raise the local skin temperature, relax the muscles, expand the skin capillaries, and improve the blood circulation of the local and even the whole body.
In addition, studies have shown that warm stimulation can activate the phagocytosis of the reticuloendothelial system, promote the metabolism of various substances in the body, and have a good effect on various inflammatory reactions. It can also promote intestinal peristalsis, inflammation absorption, blood circulation, tissue adhesion, and local nutrition.
In traditional Chinese medicine, it is believed that hot compress with salt can expand blood vessels, improve local blood circulation, improve local resistance, and better promote metabolism, so as to achieve the effect of auxiliary treatment of various kinds of inflammation, For example, the most common causes of blocked fallopian tubes are adnexitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, salpingitis, and other uterine diseases.
1. Select appropriate salt
Medically, crude salt is the best raw material for hot compresses. Use 3-5 kg of coarse salt, preferably sea salt, rock salt, or lake salt.
2. Stir fry the salt
Stir fry the salt in a pot and put it into a big cloth bag. It can be applied 2-3 times a day for 10-15 minutes at a time for 3-5 days, and can also effectively relieve dysmenorrhea.
Hot compress is not omnipotent nor suitable for everyone, and can not completely replace drugs, surgery, etc. In addition, this should not be done during menstruation.
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