You will need
  • - "Ichthyol ointment" or other anti-inflammatory and antiseptic;
  • - med;
  • - onions;
  • - flour;
  • Sol;
  • - pepper;
  • - garlic;
  • - celandine;
  • - chicory;
  • - yarrow;
  • water;
  • - aloe;
  • - the leaves of horseradish;
  • - the leaves of alder;
  • - bandages and sticking plaster.
In some cases, boils can be contagious, so if you do not hold the appropriate treatment, the infection can spread to other areas of the skin. However, this festering sore never develops on areas of skin devoid of hair (for example on palms or soles).
The most effective and simple method to treat a boil is to apply it to the boil packs "Ichthyol ointment". That means good pulls pus and have a quick healing effect.
There are effective tools to deal with purulent furuncles, and in folk medicine. Bake the onion and chop it, sprinkle onions with flour and add to this mix a spoon of honey. Apply a homemade ointment to run up the place and leave overnight.
In equal parts mix honey, garlic, onion, salt and pepper. The resulting mixture simmer in the oven for fifteen minutes, cool and apply the paste to the boil. Ointment perfectly pulls pus and accelerate the healing process of wounds.
Quickly cure a boil can and using medicinal decoctions. Put in a thermos 75 grams of celandine and 100 grams of yarrow and chicory. Pour the herbs in two cups of boiling water and leave overnight (strain the broth and drink 100 ml four times a day).
Excellent properties of aloe Vera is a common houseplant. Cut the aloe leaf, wash it, cut lengthwise and then on the inner side attach to the boil.
A poultice of the fresh leaves of the alder and hell will contribute to the rapid healing of boils.