How to Get Rid of Boils on Inner Thighs and Buttocks


2. Turmeric Paste:

Turmeric has many medicinal qualities. To make the most out of the turmeric powder, mix it with Epsom salts and honey along with castor oil and iodine. Apply this paste on the boil to make the pus drain out. Keep it on until the paste dries and then wash it off.  Repeat every day until the boil has drained.

3. Goldenseal:

Take some goldenseal root powder and add water and mix it so that it forms a paste. Apply the paste on the affected area. Let the paste dry on the boil and then wash it off.  Repeat every day until the boil resolves.

4. Water:

Consuming lots of water will reduce the intensity of the boil. Have at least 8-10 glasses of water every day. This would help in flushing the toxins out of the body. It will also improve your circulation so that you will fight the infection off better.

5. Onion:

Onions have the best antiseptic properties when compared to other vegetables. This veggie helps in speeding up the healing process. All you have to do is cut an onion into thick slices and place them on the boil. Wrap it with the help of a cloth. The important bit here is to change the slices every 2-3 hours!

Note: Never try to puncture a boil. This will aggravate the condition leading to swelling or increasing the intensity of boils.

These are the top five home remedies for getting rid of boils on inner thighs and buttocks. Hope these prove to be essential in the hour of need.

Author Bio:

Author Bio: Surela Mukherjee is a passionate blogger, a foodie and a fitness freak. She is a content writer who loves writing about beauty, lifestyle, food, health and wellness.She is a contributor for Lifehack, Elephant Journal, Timecity and Stylecraze.com . She believes in spreading a word of happiness through her writings.

 
Disclaimer: All content on this website is for

educational and informational purposes only

and should not be considered to be a specific diagnosis or treatment plan for any individual situation.   Use of this website and the information contained herein does not create a doctor-patient relationship.   Always consult with your own doctor in connection with any questions or issues you may have regarding your own health or the health of others.