Boils-painful, pus-filled inflammations of the skin and subcutaneous tissue have many causes. They may be due to chronic constipation, or to high pitta in the blood. A toxic liver can also create boils. Repeated boils may be a sign of diabetes, so if you get boils repeatedly, check on your blood sugar
Boils are basically caused by bacteria and sometimes even due to blood impurities.
Neem which is bitter in taste helps in pacifying the heat. Neem being the best for having properties such as anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal etc not only helps in reducing the boil but also helps to get rid of the causative factors of boils.
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The above pack is for 30 days. Following is the dosage details:
Triphala Capsules: 1 capsule twice daily after food with plain water.
Neem Capsules: 2 capsules twice daily after food with plain water.
At the site of the boil, apply a paste of neem powder (preferably) or some neem oil. To make the paste, simply mix a little neem powder with warm water.
Wash the affected area with triphala (vara)churna tea. Boil t teaspoon triphala in 1 cup of water. Cool, and wash your face or other affected area with the tea. Let it dry on the skin. (For information about triphala, click here)
If there is a history of diabetes in the family and you get repeated boils, use this formula:
If the boil appears to be due to chronic constipation, do a basti (enema) using dashamoola tea. Boil 1 tablespoon of the herb dashamoola in a pint of water for 5 minutes. Let the liquid cool, strain it, and use it for an enema.
In addition, take 1/2 teaspoon of amalaki or the herbal compound triphala at night. Steep the triphala in a cup of hot water for 5 to minutes and then drink. This purgation will help to remove excess pitta from the hema?topoietic (blood-building) system, which is the cause of the boil. You may continue taking the triphala or amalaki indefinitely, even after the boil is healed, as a preventive and general health tonic.
Apply a paste of red sandalwood and turmeric powder locally. Use '/2 teaspoon of each powder, and mix them together in warm water to make a paste.
Apply cooked onions as a poultice, or apply a paste of ginger powder and turmeric (1/2 teaspoon of each) directly to the boil, to bring it to a head.
A boil may develop into an abscess, if the boil is due to an infection of the sebaceous glands (a pitta condition).It becomes inflamed, raised, and red. If you use a formula to help cleanse the liver, the condition will be improved.
A simple and effective liver cleanser is aloe vera juice (Kumari Saar) . Take 2 tablespoons 3 times a day.
Or you may try this Ayurvedic formula:?
Take 1/2 teaspoon of this mixture 3 times' day with warm water.
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