Possible Diseases For Itchy Nose
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Home Remedies For Itchy Nose
1. Apple Cider Vinegar:
Most probably, you may know all the publicity about the hundreds of uses of apple cider vinegar. It is not costly and has a wide range of uses from weight reduction to helping with itchy skin, ears, or nose, and even fends off fleas. Owners can either put a couple of cups into a hot bath for the pet or else, prepare a 50/50 apple cider vinegar to dilute solution in a spray bottle and spray it on your dog’s skin or take it in a cotton ball to clean out the nose and ears. When using the spray bottle, make sure to avoid hotspots or open sores.
2. Chamomile Tea:
A long-time staple of herbal medicine - Chamomile is used by vets and dog handlers as it has anti-inflammatory properties. It is used as a mild sedative to soothe symptoms of stress, anxiety, insomnia, prevent spasms and relax muscles. In addition, when administered to the skin as a spray, it could also help calm down irritated and inflamed skin. Chamomile is available as liquid, powder, capsule, and even a chamomile-infused supplement bar. Gently use topical oil, ointment, or cream in irritated areas of your dog's skin or nose that causes itching for instant cooling relief.
3. Epsom Salts:
Epsom salt is actually not salt. This contains high levels of magnesium and sulfate. This is mainly used to ease the allergic dermatitis itch and is used for healing wounds. An Epsom salt warm compress or soak can relieve itchiness and inflammation naturally. For wound cleansing or itchiness, mix 1 teaspoon of Epsom salt in 2 cups of warm water and immerse the area of the wound or soak a clean cloth with the mix and hold it on the itchy area as a compress.