Boil Treatment - Homeopathic Spray
How To Treat/Bust a Boil For Sensitive Skin
Do you need a boil treatment specifically for sensitive skin? These abscesses can be painful enough, but if your skin gets irritated easily, finding a remedy that works can be difficult. Homeopathy treatments can very helpful here.
Most people never experience problems with additives or extracts found your common topical boil treatment creams. But, if you're super sensitive and are prone to rashes, blotches, itching or tingling and may find additives irritating. So learning how to treat or pop a sensitive boil can be daunting.
A good example is simple tea tree oil. Many people use tea tree oil as a natural treatment - and for most it works pretty well.
Tea tree oil has natural antiseptic properties and can help reduce the bacteria and infection. But, this can be irritating to the surrounding tissue - especially if used undiluted.
Another common natural home treatment, is an onion or garlic compress. While this may work quickly to bring it to a head - thus speeding healing time - it can burn the sensitive surrounding area.
So what can you do? Many people choose to leave it alone and let it run it's course. But, if the abscess develops in a uncomfortable area - like around the groin - it may be too painful. Consider trying some of the gentle remedies listed below.....
Boil Remedy - How To Treat Naturally
Before learning how to treat a a boil or trying natural remedies, first examine the area and make sure it's not infected or you're suffering from additional side effects - such as headache, vomiting, fever, etc.... If so, please see a doctor immediately.
A very simple remedy a warm water compress. It's a little messy and can be time consuming, but it can work without any irritation. Here is how to make it:
- Heat up a bowl of water and add a teaspoon of salt. Then take a clean wash cloth and soak it in warm salted water. Squeeze out the excess water and apply this moist compress.
Repeat this several times a day and make sure to keep the cloth moist and warm (not too hot). You can use regular table salt or Epsom. A warm water compress can help lessen the pain and draw the pus to a head. Eventually, after 4-5 days of repeated applications – the head will soften and naturally burst open.
- Once the boil begins to drain, make sure to clean it well - this is very important. Wash the area with antibacterial soap and apply an antibacterial ointment like Neosporin. Try to keep the boil clean and covered until the wound heals.
Another option is to try to heal from the inside by taking certain supplements or homeopathic herbal formulas. Turmeric is another popular remedy. Turmeric is reported to have anti-inflammatory and blood cleansing properties.
Some people even make a compress paste by mixing turmeric powder with a small amount of warm water, but again, for certain people this may irritate.
- Instead mix one full teaspoon of turmeric powder in a glass of water and drink it daily. Or if you can find turmeric capsules take them as directed on the bottle. Many people have reported results after few days.
- Spray a mixture of homeopathic ingredients like Anthracinum, Baptisia Tinctora, and Echninacea Angustifolia under your tongue. These homeopathic ingredients are reported to provide support from pain, burning, and infections. Spray this combination under the tongue three times a day.
Most people like this option the best because it's not messy and is quick and tasteless. Plus, it's not a topical treatment so it won't cause any irritation
. And, if you want to speed up the healing time, you can use this spray while applying warm compresses daily.
Whatever boil treatment you decide to try it's important to keep the area clean and don't share wash cloths or towels with other family members as you can spread infection to others.
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