5 Natural Cures For Fractures

FractureFracture is a breaking or cracking of a bone in the body. It is caused due to high degree force, pressure or an injury to that area. The most common areas of fractures are the hip and the wrist. The causes could be anything from just running, falling or even an accident.

The main symptoms that are seen on the area of fracture are pain, swelling, deformity and inability to move that part of the body. The treatment depends on the type of fracture and diagnosis. Below mentioned are a list of things that can naturally help in the healing process.

Natural Cures For Fractures

Ice Pack

The first and the most important thing to do if you suspect a fracture is to apply ice. Apply ice cubes or prepare an ice pack and place it over the area of the fracture.

Ice Pack

It will reduce the pain and the swelling. Do not use the ice for too long over the fractured area. Use it for a maximum of 20 minutes.

Pineapple And Pumpkin

Pineapple is good for the healing of fractures. Take a fresh pineapple and cut it into two halves. Taking one of the two pieces skin it and slice it. Eat the slices of this pineapple. Do not use canned pineapple and stick to using only fresh ones.  Pineapple contains bromelain which reduces the swelling and inflammation and thus helps in the healing of the fracture.



Similarly, pumpkin is a very rich source of potassium and vitamin A.  Pumpkin is easy to digest too and is also a good source of fiber. All these positive points of pumpkin make it the best healer in fracture. Consume pumpkin on a daily basis when you are healing from fracture.


This medicinal plant which is very useful in the case of fractures and broken bones. Take some comfrey, make a paste of it. Add it to water and boil it for some time. Take a cotton cloth and spread the comfrey paste over it.


Apply this cloth over the fractured area and with an elastic band secure the cloth in its place. Take care that pregnant women should not use it under any condition.


Arnica plant is good for rebuilding fractured or broken bones. If you get the plant of arnica crush it and prepare a paste of it. Apply this paste to the area of the fracture. And tie it with a soft cloth. Arnica cream is also available in the market.



Apply this cream to the affected area and leave it overnight. Arnica is anti inflammatory and analgesic and it helps stimulate the circulation in the area it has been applied on. This helps the fracture to heal faster.

Nutrition Rich Food

In a fracture, the bones either crack or break. These bones can be repaired naturally, by the diet you eat. To repair the broken bones your diet should consists of calcium rich foods, vitamin K rich foods, Lysine rich food, and vitamin C rich foods.

Nutrition Rich Foods

Calcium is necessary for the repair and regeneration of the bone cells. Vitamin K improves the body’s ability to absorb the calcium from the food. Lysine strengthens the tissues and muscles around the bones. Vitamin C strengthens the immune system.

Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.