Remedies to Get Rid of a Boil:
1.) White Toothpaste On Boil
No, neither I am a lunatic nor have I created my own remedy. Your everyday white toothpaste is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It is a well-known home remedy for burns and allergies. Well, add boils to its healing abilities. Simply, apply white toothpaste on boil area and leave it for 30 minutes. Wash it later to notice the changes.
2.) Tea Tree Oil on Boil
Tea tree oil is well-known for its antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-fungal properties that come handy for treating boils, pimples, and acne. The oil is used in a number of cosmetics as well. All you have to do is in a small bowl, add a teaspoon of tea tree oil and lavender oil. Dip a cotton ball into it and apply it over the affected area. Repeat this remedy until you find satisfactory results.
3.) Use The Epsom Salt
Epsom salt is very absorbent in nature and helps to get rid of a boil. It helps to speed up the healing process. In a bowl, mix 2 cups of water and ¼ cup of Epsom salt. Dip a washcloth in this mixture and gently dab it over the boil. Leave it on for a few minutes and then repeat it again. However, if the boil is on the stomach or on the back then you can go for the bath in bathtub. Fill your bathtub with warm water and add a cup of Epsom salt to it. Soak yourself in the tub for a few minutes. Do this daily to treat the boils.
4.) Onion to Get Rid of a Boil
The antiseptic properties present in the onion makes it an ideal remedy to treat a boil. It speeds up the healing process and draw out the heat in the boil which can burst the boil. Also, it treats the pain and inflammation around the boils. Cut an onion into thick pieces and gently rub it over the affected area. Cover it with a cloth and leave for a while. Change the slices after a few minutes. Do this regularly on a daily basis to get rid of the boil.
5.) Garlic to Get Rid of a Boil
Another home remedy which can help you counter the nasty boil is garlic. All thanks to its antibacterial properties which make it worth using. Extract juice from fresh garlic. Apply the juice to the boils with the help of a cotton swab and leave it on for a few minutes. Repeat this process 2 times a day. Alternatively, you can make a paste of garlic and turmeric. Apply this paste over the affected area and rinse it off when it dries.