Ladies and gentlemen, I think that nearly every home in America has aluminum foil in it somewhere. So, you should really ask yourselves – why not try to use it for something besides cooking? YES, there are a many different uses of aluminum foil, especially in the kitchen. Many people in the world use aluminum foil to wrap their food while it’s cooking. But, did you know that aluminum foil is extremely useful and beneficial for treating and preventing muscular, back, neck, arm, leg and joint pain, as well as postoperative scars and burns?! Take a look at the article below and find out more about this.
Aluminum foil is an irreplaceable part of some healing practices for many Chinese and Russian natural healers. In this article we are going to show you the best uses of aluminum foil, which you’ve probably never heard of. Instead of whipping out the foil for just cooking, trying using it for any of these incredible health solutions. From kicking the common cold to the curb, to battling insomnia, this magical material is perfect for a ton of troublesome, everyday issues!
- Aluminum Foil vs. Fatigue
Using aluminum foil to get rid of fatigue is an age-old tradition recognized by experts all over the world! Well, you should start by placing several aluminum foil strips in the freezer for 2-4 hours. After that, you neeed to apply the strips to your face (specifically your cheeks or eyelids) and leave them in place until you feel the muscle totally relax! Once you take off the aluminum foil, you’ll notice that the symptoms of fatigue and insomnia are gone for good.
- Aluminum Foil vs. Painful Joints
Can I ask you a simple question – did you know that aluminum foil is great for treating painful conditions like arthritis, gout, sciatica and heel pain? Well yes, and in order to get the most out of this method, begin by wrapping the foil around the most painful area on your body and use a medical bandage to keep it nice and secure. Leave the wrap in place overnight (or while lounging around during the day). Repeat this for 10-12 days, then give your body a two-week break. If the pain persists, repeat the treat and break routine until it disappears!
- Aluminum Foil vs. Fresh Burns
According to the experts, the elements found in aluminum foil can help soothe burns better than many other methods. The University of Wisconsin even advises their trauma doctors to dress fresh burns with aluminum foil! To heal your burn wounds, you should start by washing it with cold water and drying it with a soft cloth. Then apply a thin layer of burn ointment, followed by sterile gauze. After that, wrap the gauze with aluminum foil and secure it with medical bandage. Keep the wrap in place until you notice the pain leaving the area!
- Aluminum Foil vs. Phantom Pains
Ladies and gentlemen, if you’ve recently undergone an amputation surgery or are experience phantom pains that you just can’t explain, then please read on. YES, you got that right, aluminum foil can help with this problem. The experts also say that you can get rid of these painful bouts by wrapping some aluminum foil around the affected limb. Keep it in place with a medical bandage and as soon as you notice the pain is gone, you can remove the foil!
- Aluminum Foil vs. Cold
That’s right, you can use aluminum foil to get rid of the cold and the flu. You can use aluminum foil to do this by wrapping your feet in 5-7 layers, leaving it on for an hour or so and removing it. Let your feet breathe for two hours and then repeat the process with another 5-7 layers of foil. Give your feet another two-hour breather and repeat the process one more time! Do this for seven days, or until you feel back to good health.