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Herbal Treatment for Boils:

Alternative Name: Furuncle

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There are variety of herbal remedies that can be applied to boils to fight infection. These include:

  • Calendula - It is used as a herbal remedy for the treatment of boils. It can be used in herbal form or in low dilution.
  • Propolis - It is widely used for the treatment of boils. It has many antibiotic properties which help prevent infection.
  • Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum - When a boil is extremely tender and sensitive to touch, this remedy can be very helpful for the person. A person who needs this remedy usually is vulnerable and touchy, with extreme sensitivity to cold.
  • Onion - Onion, when boiled, mashed and used as a poultice - works as a very good remedy.
  • Burdock Root - It has antibiotic properties which helps to clear toxins.
  • GoldenSeal - It is helpful for staph infections.

Some Other Herbs Useful for the Treatment are:

  • Oils of Bergamot.
  • Sage.
  • Chamomile.
  • Lavender.
  • Tea Tree Oil.
   

 

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