Abscess(foda in Hindi) is collection of puss in side body tissues. These are mainly caused by bacterial infections. Common symptoms if abscess are redness, heat, swelling, pain and loss of function. This can be fatal and requires serious medical procedures is not treated properly in early stage.
List of Ayurvedic medicines to treat Abscess
In Ayurveda there are many procedures and medicines are available to treat this. Treatment and medicines are given according to condition and type of Abscess. In many people small Abscess are recurring on surface of skin like boils.
For people with abscess, Ayurveda has some good medicine which can help to treat this by boosting immunity.
This medicine improves body immunity, It has immunomodulatory, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Septilin is beneficial in management of allergic disorders of the upper respiratory tract, skin and soft tissue infections. It helps in elimination of bacteria through phagocytosis. Take this medicine 1-2 tablets twice/thrice a day for one month. It is safe and has no side effects.
Kanchnar Guggul is ayurvedic medicine which is used in treatment of thyroid diseases and glandular enlargements. It is also very effective in treatment of skin diseases, wound healing. Take 2 tablets thrice daily with a spoon of honey For Adults and Children above the age of 12 years only. Not to be taken in pregnancy.
This medicine clears chronic and stubborn infections. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-exudative properties. No resistance or side effects observed. This medicine is also very good for respiratory tract infection. Take 1 – 2 Capsules 2 times a day.
It is an Ayurvedic topical ointment, made with herbs like vipadikahar malam and jatyadi oil. Vipadikahar Malam & Jatyadi oil gives high occlusive effect and creates layer on the skin which give smooth and supple skin. While the vipadikahar malam heals chilblains, cuts and ichthyosis, it also acts as a disinfectant and prevents infections. Apply Cutfar gently 2-3 times a day of affected part Or As directed by the Physician.