How To Get Rid of Festering

By Subodh / March 7, 2015

A wound that is left uncared for quite often festers, leading to the development of a thick yellow or white hued pus. The condition worsens when bacteria develop on the pus, delaying the healing process. That is why it is always advisable to clean the wound and cover it so that festering becomes impossible. Even if you wound is festered, you need not rush to the nearby hospital. There exists numerous home remedies that could dry the wounds by eliminating the pus. The good news is that these natural remedies work on different types of festers, including those of accident wounds and acne.

Read on to catch up with some simple, yet effective natural ways to get rid of festering.

Effective Home Remedies For Festering

  1. Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek

The antiseptic and antibiotic nature of these fiber rich seeds enable it to be used as a potential cure for pus filled wounds. Just grind 1 tbsp fenugreek seeds with a little water and make a paste. Apply it topically on the affected region to prevent infection and festering from manifesting.

  1. Chamomile

Get Rid of Red Spots With Chamomile Oil

This is a powerful herb loaded with anti-inflammatory goodness. Grind chamomile leaves and seeds and apply it topically on the affected area to heal the wound. You can also prepare a concoction by simmering crushed seeds of chamomile and use this as a topical wash. Dip a clean cloth in cooled chamomile seeds tea and place it atop the festered injury. Remove after an hour to ward off pus and hasten healing.

  1. Honey

honey

Honey has been one of the most sought after home remedies for festers since time unknown. Rich with antiseptic and antibiotic properties, this dark golden sticky liquid is known to be a very powerful healer. Just apply honey directly on the wound. It also promotes faster skin regeneration while averting festers.

  1. Olive Oil

Olive Oil

Olive oil is a natural hydrating agent that also ensures that the wounds are quickly healed. Just apply it topically on the wound after your bath and cover. You will see your fester vanishing quicker than expected.

  1. Calendula

calendula salves

Calendula is an innate anti-inflammatory, vulnerary, and anti-microbial agent. That is one of the reasons why it is quite often suggested as an effective natural remedy for festers. Apply it topical to hasten the healing process. You can use the calendula salves available for the same purpose. A cup of calendula tea prepared by simmering 1 tbsp flower in 250 ml water can also be consumed to ease festering.

  1. Saline Solution

Saline Solution

Saline solution has the potential to keep pus at bay. Plus, you can use it to eliminate bacterial infections from attacking the wound too. Just dip a clean cloth and dab on the affected area to ensure that you are on the right track of healing.

  1. Green Tea

Green Tea

Loaded with powerful antioxidants, green tea is a natural solutions to combat festers. Include two to three cups of green tea in your diet, especially if you are having a wound, and just see how quick your fester dissipates and wound heals.

  1. Onions

Onions

The warm onions are known to generate heat that prevent the attack of bacteria on the open wound. Make a fine paste of half an onion and apply topically on the infection. Wash off using lukewarm saline water after 6 hours. The onion will absorb the pus from the wound, dries off the area, and promote healing.

  1. Turmeric

turmeric tea

The antiseptic properties of turmeric powder along with this anti-microbial nature makes it a topical natural cure for festering wounds. Mix it with honey and apply it atop the infection. Along with that drink two glasses of milk a day infused with 1 tsp turmeric powder to hasten the healing process.

Just try these natural remedies, but if you feel the pus is oozing out, then make a quick visit to your doctor to prevent unwanted complications.