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Natural Cures: Boils

Iodine for Boils
Kristen Curtis
Posted December 02, 2011
If a boil is bothering you, a little iodine may help when applied directly to the skin. As it soaks in, the iodine kills the bacteria and is soothing and calming.

Castor Oil for Boils
Sylly Gyrl
Posted October 24, 2011
Who knew there were so many treatment options for boils? Castor Oil is another good one. It has been known to be able to bring out "impurities." Apply a small amount to your boil with a Q-tip or cotton ball, and then place a band-aid over it to keep the oil in place.

Tea Tree Oil
Sylly Gyrl
Posted October 24, 2011
Tea Tree Oil actually has strong antiseptic properties, and is often used to treat all kinds of skin conditions. Try applying a small amount of Tea Tree Oil to your boil immediately after showering/bathing.

Posted October 10, 2011
Using water that is as hot as can be tolerated without scalding the skin, run a bath. Pour in one half to one cup of Epsom salt around the bottom of the tub. Soak in this bath for a minimum of thirty minutes each day until the boil is completely gone.

The hot water and salt mixture will help out infection that is within the boil. Make sure to wash the towels and clothes that the person with boils uses is washed properly and separately from other people’s clothing items. It is also recommended to wash out the tub using antiseptic cleaners before being used by anyone else.

Tea Tree Oil
Posted August 15, 2008
Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic that is able to help in the healing of all kinds of skin problems. All you have to do is apply one drop of tea tree oil directly on the boil each morning after bathing until it's gone.
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