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How Did Pioneers Treat Burns?

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Pioneers would treat burns in a variety of different ways. For example, if they lived in an area where the aloe plant grew they would use fresh aloe to help heal the burn.
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axel grease from the wagon hubs is a start,butter is not,lard is a good one,horse salve is another good one,heck us old farmers and horse people still use horse salve in this day
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1. Run the burn under cool water for 15 to 20 minutes. If you don't have running water on the trail, simply put the burned hand in a basin of cool water for 15 to 20 minutes. 2. Remove
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Run cold water on your burn immediately to cool the temperature of your skin down. Cut an aloe vera plant and place the cool gel on the burn for some instant relief.
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It's advisable to learn how to treat a chemical burn before you are actually in the position of dealing with the situation, since a chemical burn responds best to immediate treatment
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