How to Cure Boils (MRSA) at Home Naturally

How to Cure Boils at Home Naturally

Skin is the largest organ of the body which serves the primary function of protection.  It cushions the internal organs from infections.  However, when the skin itself becomes infected it leads to various painful conditions and one among them is boils.  Boils can be treated effectively at home using natural ingredients.

 

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What are Boils?

Boils are localized inflammation and swelling of the skin resulting from an infection.  They have a hard central core that is filled with pus.  Inflammation of one or more hair follicles can also result in boils.  It is very rare for the boil to spread beyond the localized area.

 

Symptoms of Boils That Can be Cured by Natural Treatments:

–       Pink or red localized areas on skin.

–       Tender, raised bumps.

–       Inflamed, hard lump filled with pus.

–       White drainage.

–       Pain on touch.

 

Natural Treatments Cure Boils Caused by:

–       Infection of the hair follicle.

–       Vitamin A or E deficiency, poor immune system.

–       Menstrual cycle, hormonal changes.

–       Stress.

–       Poor hygiene that leads to blocked sweat glands that later become infected.

 

Types of Boils:

Boils can be classified into:

Furuncle or carbuncle is a painful, purulent inflammation of the skin with multiple openings for draining of pus.  It may be accompanied by necrosis and sloughing of dead tissue cells.

Pilonidal cyst is a fluid filled boil that develops near the cleft of the buttocks and is generally composed of hair and skin debris.

 

Treatment Options:

Topical antibiotic lotions and creams are initially recommended for treating boils along with vitamin supplements.  For larger, persistent boils an incision may be done to drain the pus.

 

Natural Treatments That Can Cure Boils:

–       Turmeric is a healing herb.  It has antibacterial and antifungal properties and recommended for treating boils.  A poultice from turmeric powder can be prepared by mixing equal quantities of milk cream and turmeric with a few drops of vinegar.  Apply this on the boils for relief.

–       Nettle has anti-inflammatory properties.  Nettle tea can be prepared by steeping 2 heaped tbsp of nettle leaves in a cup of boiling water.  Strain after 15 min and consume twice a day to help reduce any inflammation.

–       Onion has antibacterial and antifungal properties.  Sauté 1 finely chopped onion for some time.  Remove from heat and mash it to make a fine paste.  Apply this warm paste on the boils and wrap with a clean cloth.  Continue this regularly for quicker healing.

–       Tea tree oil encourages tissue healing and is a natural antiseptic and antibacterial agent.  Dilute tea tree oil in olive oil and apply directly on the area to fight infection and help in cell regeneration.

–       Garlic is a powerful healing herb because of its anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and antioxidant properties.  In helps in maintaining overall health.  Include garlic in daily cooking to prevent skin infections.

–       Clove acts as a local anesthetic and has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.  Crush a handful of cloves and make a fine paste.  Apply this on the boils frequently to reduce any pain or inflammation and to help heal them faster.

–       Apply a hot compress to quicken the healing process.  Heat improves circulation to the localized area allowing quick access for the white blood cells to fight the infection.

–       Boils are recurrent when the immune system is weakened.  Follow a well balanced diet, drink plenty of water, and engage in regular exercise to strengthen the immune system, improve overall health, and prevent any further boil recurrences.

When the boil is particularly large and painful, seek medical help for draining purposes in a more sterilized environment, thus preventing any further infections.

 

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