Friday, April 1, 2016

Bacteria and boils

Hippocrates said, “Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food”. Its true for all time if you don't hotch yourself to medicines.
 Bacterial issues are pretty common in our day to day lives. Most antibiotics drugs use to kill good bacteria and produce drug-resistant bacteria. However, you can balance between good & odd bacteria by selecting proper natural food.

 Helpful articles for natural food-
> Top 10 Natural Antibiotics Hiding In Your Kitchen
> 5 Home Remedies that Fight Bacteria, Naturally - Organic Authority

 If you have a bacterial imbalance in your bowels but can't handle soured milk products, try some of these other traditional fermented foods:
Pickled cucumbers.
Pickled garlic.
Pickled beets.
Pickled radish.
Pickled corn relish.
Korean kimchi.

I found a case -
 "My sister has been getting these pus filled boils on her body for a few years now. She has been to the doctor and they told her there was nothing she could do for them except to bring it to a head and drain it. She will get 6 or 7 at a time and they seem to be slow in coming to a head. she says they are extremely painful. Some of the boils look purple in color, but some are just red and sore to the touch. She tends to get them on her face, the crease of her upper thigh and under her breasts. She sometimes gets them in the genital area, but most of them are where the thigh meets the buttocks. These boils are causing horrible scars and she is extremely worried about them all of the time. The boils she has now are not in the early stages. Some have come to a head but most of them are swollen, red and extremely painful. She says that if she accidentally touches one; the pain is so unbearable it brings her to tears. "
  Read the full story here-
> Painful and recurrent boils - ABC Homeopathy Forum

Echinacea angustifolia is the key medicine that can solve recurring boils, as per homeopathy.
 Read details -
 Other useful medicines are Hepar Sulphuris calcareum, Azadirachta Indica, Hidradenitis Suppurativa.

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