Friday, September 30, 2011

How to Combat Boils!

Boils are infections in the hair follicle that have pus pockets under them. They can be small or they can be very large six inches or more. By the herbalist community, they are thought to be outward manifestations of a inward problem. The problem being, toxins or bad bacteria.
To begin with you should think very seriously about what you are putting into your body and what needs to be removed from your diet. Removing white sugar and anything that has it in it like candy, kool-aid sweetened fruit drinks, sodas, ect. will be a start. Learn to check labels for sugar and corn syrup as though you were allergic to it! Then you need to replace what you took out with something good and tasty; fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and good oils such as coconut oil, olive oil and flax. Don't forget to have your 8 glasses of purified or RO water with a pinch of sea salt on the tongue every second glass (sea salt is good if balanced with water) this is very important!
While you are working on your diet you need to apply a topical cream that will pull out the toxins from the boil and help to bring it to a head. Then you can move on to the bowel and the blood; cleansing, purifying and replacing with good flora.

Here is the program that was most recommended from the Herbalist in Natures Sunshine:

Black ointment applied several times a day directly to the area. you can also put a band aide large or small over that to protect clothing.
LBS-II to clean out the bowel
Probiotic-11 to replace the bad bacteria with good. (Flora)

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