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4 Home Remedies For Summer Boils

Home Remedies For Summer Boils

Heat boils look ugly, are often itchy and quite painful. As we get these boils we start to look for ways to get rid of them; antibiotics is a solution, but they are not without side effects. Just as every problem has a solution, heat boils too can be cured naturally and if you hate antibiotics, you need not rely on them to cure your heat boils. You do not have to bear the pain as you wait for their automatic bursting out time also. Try some easy home remedies to cure and treat heat boils.

Home Remedies To Treat Heat Boils:

1. Use Onions

Onions have antiseptic and antimicrobial properties which are very effective in treating heat boils. A thick slice of onion is needed, wrapped in a small piece of cloth. This needs to be placed directly on the boil so that the heat reaches the skin. If this is done 4-5 times in a day, the boil gets drained out.


2. Try Warm Compress

The best and the most effective way to treat heat boils is with warm compress. Simply dip a clean cotton cloth in a bowl of warm water. You can place this wet warm cloth on the boil for at least 10 minutes. Do not push hard or you will hurt yourself. Ensure that the cloth and water is clean and everything is totally hygienic or you will get infections. Try this at least four times in a day for best results.

Warm Compress

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3. Use Garlic

Garlic is extremely effective in treating heat boils and rashes. You just need to take some fresh garlic cloves and prepare a paste. This needs to be applied directly over the boil. You can also heat a clove and place it directly on the boil. It is equally effective.  Try this at least five times in a day for most effective results.


4. Try Tea Tree Oil

Tea Oil is known for its antiseptic, anti-fungal and even antibacterial properties. You need a clean cotton ball and swab it in tea tree oil. Dab this very gently on the boil. If done a few times in the day, the boil will slowly drain out and offer relief.

Tea Tree Oil

Last but not the least, if you are getting heat boils regularly, be careful with your hygiene. Wash your hands well. Bathe regularly and regularly exfoliate your skin which will unclog all sweat ducts and reduce the occurrence of boils.