Patients can cure trigger finger naturally by stretching the afflicted finger, resting it or icing it, states MedicineNet.com and WebMD. Applying a splint to reduce mobility is another natural method of treatment.
When combined with anti-inflammatory drugs such as naproxen or ibuprofen, simply resting the stricken finger or thumb can often lead to a recovery within a few weeks, states WebMD. Splinting, however, can take around six weeks to rehabilitate the condition, notes Drugs.com. Icing the finger several times a day can be beneficial, but some patients find that soaking the finger in warm water helps relieve stiffness. Though natural treatments are initially advised, a doctor may also administer a cortisone injection to treat the condition, notes MedicineNet.com.