Various scratches, boils, cuts and wounds can provoke the appearance of suppuration. It's all about the introduced microbes, which are actively multiplying in the wound. At the initial stages of suppuration, you can use home remedies, but if the symptoms intensify, you cannot do without the help of a specialist.
- - 1 tbsp. l. sage;
- - 1 tbsp. l. chamomile;
- - 1 tbsp. l. lilac leaves;
- - 1 tbsp. l. plantain;
- - 1 tsp baking soda;
- - head of garlic;
- - laundry soap;
- - bandage;
- - breathable adhesive plaster;
- - onion;
- - aloe leaf;
- - Vishnevsky ointment.
At the initial stage of the inflammatory process, it is recommended to make therapeutic baths from a decoction of chamomile, sage, lilac leaves and plantain. Take one tablespoon of the listed herbs and pour a liter of boiling water, put in a water bath, cook over low heat for fifteen minutes. Strain the broth, add a teaspoon of baking soda and let it cool. Place the sore spot in the prepared compound and hold for thirty minutes. Perform this procedure every day, two to three times a day.
With strong suppuration, a compress of soap and garlic will help. To prepare it, take a head of garlic and bake it in the oven. Then thoroughly grind it in a mortar and mix with laundry soap previously grated on a fine grater. Make a small cake with these ingredients and apply to the damaged area. Fix it with a bandage and leave for four hours, after the time has passed, make a new bandage. Before long, you will notice that the pus is being pulled out.
To fully ripen and drain the pus from the wound, you need a whole bulb. Cut it in half and put it on the sore spot, fix it with a bandage. Change your bandage every four hours.
Surely you have a houseplant with fleshy and thorny leaves in your house - aloe. Use a clean knife to slice off the aloe leaf, then slice lengthwise to expose the flesh. With the juicy side, attach it to the purulent wound, secure with a bandage or breathable plaster. It is recommended to apply such an effective compress at night. After two to three days, you will be able to completely draw out the pus from the wound.
Buy Vishnevsky ointment, bandage and plaster at the pharmacy. Roll a small piece of bandage several times, apply Vishnevsky's ointment on it and attach to the damaged area. Fix with plaster and leave overnight. Remove the bandage in the morning, wash the wound, and reapply the ointment. After a couple of days, the pus will completely come out of the wound (with daily use).