Olive Oil

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Olive oil is praised as a cure-all remedy for countless afflictions, and its rich mixture of antioxidants and beneficial fats also have an impressive effect on festering. The natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties of olive oil mean that it can protect any and all wounds from becoming infected, thus preventing festering and the more severe complications that can occur. The best use of olive oil is to apply it sparingly on the site of the wound following a shower, so the skin is as clean as possible. Olive oil will also stimulate healing and blood flow to close the wound faster, while preventing any infections.

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