An abscess is the result of the ingestion of pyogenic microbes into the body through damaged skin, as well as from a focus of purulent inflammation in the body. It spreads through the lymphatic and blood vessels. At the site of the abscess, redness, swelling, pain appear, against the background of general well-being, an increase in temperature, headache and weakness are possible. The traditional method of treating an abscess is surgery. But if the abscess does not pose a threat to life, it can be treated on its own using the methods of traditional medicine.
It is necessary
- - tubers of fresh potatoes;
- - table salt;
- - beet roots;
- - burdock seeds;
- - mistletoe;
- - deaf nettle;
- - stinging nettle;
- - water pepper herb;
- - Oak bark.
Take a medium-sized potato tuber, wash thoroughly and grate on a fine grater along with the peel. Then add 1/3 of a teaspoon of salt (pinch) and stir. Place the prepared composition on a gauze napkin and attach to the abscess site. Place compression paper on top and secure with a bandage. Change the compress 4 times a day.
To accelerate the ripening of the abscess and quickly cleanse the wound, prepare a compress from raw beets. Take a medium-sized root vegetable, peel and grate on a fine grater. Apply beet gruel to the abscess, cover with compression paper on top, secure with a bandage. Change the compress 2 times a day. Continue the treatment until the wound is cleansed.
Take burdock seeds internally, which are antibacterial. Take a tablespoon of ground seeds in a coffee grinder and mix with an equal amount of honey. Consume 1/3 teaspoon of the prepared formula three times daily before meals.
Take 15 grams of white mistletoe, 10 grams each of deaf nettle flowers, stinging nettle leaves, herbs with a sheet of compression paper and fix with a bandage. Change compresses 2-3 times a day. Also use herbal infusion for lotions.