Natural Way To Treat Hives At Home

Some substances actually cause an allergic reaction that results in hives, while others have absolutely nothing at all to do with allergies.Your kitchen is full of cures that can help you through an outbreak of hives. But new wheals may form continuously. The publication of this information does not constitute the practice of medicine.
 Home Remedies For Hives 

1.  Cold Compress 
Apply a wet, cold compress to the hives to reduce the swelling and cool the inflamed skin.

2.  Vinegar_Lukewarm Water
Mix 1 teaspoon of any kind of vinegar with 1 tablespoon of lukewarm water and apply the mixture to your hives with a cotton ball or tissue to soothe the itching.

3.  Oatmeal_Cornstarch
Mix a paste of 2 cups of oatmeal and 3 tablespoons of cornstarch. Mix in a few drops of water until you can make a thick paste. Apply the paste directly to the affected area for  15 to 30 minutes.

4.  Amaranth_Boiled Water
Add 2 to 3 tablespoons of amaranth to 3 cups of boiling water, and steep for about 20 minutes.  Try adding a little of the jewel weed to the tea.

5.  Water_Baking Soda
Take in a small cup, add a few drops of water to baking soda and stir until you get a paste. Spread the paste on the hives to help stop irritation and relieve the itching.

6.  Cold Milk Compress
Make a cold milk compress and lay on hives for up to 15 minutes at a time.

7.  Cornstarch_Oatmeal
Put cornstarch or colloidal oatmeal into your bathwater and take a soak. Weil notes that these additives can soothe itching caused by hives.

8.  Ice Pack_Frozen Vegetables
Apply cool compresses to the hives. Wrap an ice pack or bag of frozen vegetables in a soft cloth and apply it to the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes at a time.

9. Aloe Vera
Apply aloe Vera gel to affected areas to soothe redness and inflammation. The anti-inflammatory properties of aloe Vera have been well established by various studies.Gently rub cut aloe Vera pieces over the affected area, thrice a day. You can use aloe Vera gel too. Aloe Vera contains excellent healing properties and will provide a cooling effect.

10. Fuller’s earth
Mix five tablespoons of fuller’s earth with two or three tablespoons of rose water to make a thick paste.Apply the paste on the affected areas.Allow it to dry on its own, and then wash it off with cold water.Use this simple treatment once daily for a week.
11. Cucumbers
Cucumbers have a cooling effect that soothes and helps cool the affected skin. It can also give relief from itching.Cut a cucumber into thin slices. Soak them for a few minutes in a bowl of cold water mixed with two tablespoons of lemon juice. Place the soaked cucumber slices on the affected areas for 10 minutes. Do this three times daily for a week.You can also rub cucumber pulp on the affected area. Leave it on for 30 minutes, and then wash it off with cool water. This will cool the area and lessen the itching. Do this several times a day for a week to promote healing.

Take a small piece of sandalwood and rub it into a paste on a stone with rose water. Mix a pinch of powdered alum to the paste and apply to the affected skin twice or thrice a week depending upon the condition of prickly heat. One of the useful home remedies for prickly heat treatment.
13. Coriander 
Take two tablespoons each of coriander powder and sandalwood powder. Add enough rose water to make a thick paste out of it. Apply the paste on your prickly heat rashes and let it dry. When dry, wash it off with cold water.

14. *Mango
Raw mango sare one of the best foods for effectively cooling down your body and giving you relief from itching and other symptoms of prickly heat.Boil two thoroughly washed raw mangos in two cups of water until they become soft.When cool, remove the mangos from the water and squeeze out the pulp.Add the pulp to the cooled water, along with rock salt and sugar according to your taste.Drink it once or twice daily for a week to speed up the healing process.