Bleeding External is a disease of loss of the blood.
When the blood vessels get ruptured, blood flows out from the wound.
It is classified as,
Desanguination (Massive blood loss)
Exsanguination (The complete loss of blood)
Causes of Bleeding External
Surgical or obstetrical complications.
If not treated properly it may cause
Heart Rate Fast
Low blood pressure
Pale, cool, clammy skin
Death within seconds to minutes (Severe cases)
Your best bet is Marigold, Cayenne.
A visit to the Doctor is a must.
Materia Medica for Bleeding External Single Herb
Make a paste of the leaves. Apply as a poultice to the bleeding part.
Alum for External Bleeding
Powder the Alum. Sprinkle the powder on affected parts.
Cayenne For Bleeding
For Bleeding whether internal or external give Cayenne internally or apply locally.
Raw juice of Bodhi Tree is used to stop Bleeding.
Take Catharanthus Roseus leaves. Boil them. Prepare poultice. Apply on affected part.
Squeeze out the juice of Indian Gooseberry ( Amla ). Apply on the affected part. It gives relief to External Bleeding.
Make a paste of Marigold ( Gendha ) flower. Firstly wash the area with water then apply the paste.
Phragmites ( Sarakanada ) Leaves for External Bleeding
Take dry Phragmites ( Sarakanada ) Leaves. Burn and collect ash. Sprinkle on the affected part after wash with an antiseptic twice a day.
Cleavers For Wounds, Bleeding
Crush some fresh Cleavers leaves and directly apply to heal wounds. It stops External bleeding.
Sprinkle the powderd herb on Wounds to stop bleeding.
Boil some leaves and apply externally to immediately stop the external bleeding.
Prepare a strong Agrimony tea and use as a wash for minor Cuts to stop bleeding.
Bark of True Cinnamon helps to stop External Bleeding, as it acts as a coagulator.
Sun dry the bark of True Cinnamon. Powder the bark. Sprinkle bark powder of True Cinnamon over affected parts. Leave it.
Indian Sorrel ( Sarvajjaya ) Leaves for External Bleeding
Make a leaf paste and apply on the affected parts.
Take 5-10g of Adhatoda leaves. Dry them in shade. Make a powder of the dried leaves. Add 1 tablespoon of Sesame oil to the powdered Adhatoda leaves. Boil it for 10 minutes. Apply the poultice over the affected area and cover it with loose bandage. Repeat the dressing twice a day.