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HOT, SWOLLEN, PAINFUL BOILS... IS THERE ANYTHING WORSE?
No matter where you get them, boils (also known as skin abscesses) are difficult to deal with, and they usually erupt in the worst possible places—under your arms, along creases and skin folds, inside the thighs, on your face... just about anywhere... and they can be excruciating!
Boils are localized infections caused by bacteria or toxins that find their way into your skin and infect deep skin tissues. They often start out as reddened, tender spots which then become hard, painful nodules that fill with white blood cells (pus) and form a "head." The skin surrounding a boil is often angry, red and extremely sensitive. If the boil does not erupt and drain in some cases the skin must be lanced by a physician to clean out the infection. Some people suffer from repeated outbreaks of boils (Furunculosis).
When a Hot Compress Isn't Enough...
Health practitioners often recommend using hot compresses on boils to "draw" the infection out, and may also prescribe an antibiotic—but there is a new, all-natural homeopathic treatment available that helps relieve boil symptoms... BoilX™ Homeopathic Spray.
BoilX™ is not a prescription or a topical ointment, but an easy-to-use combination of 7 natural homeopathic ingredients taken internally for safe relief of your symptoms. Just spray under your tongue, up to 3 times a day—it's that simple!
BoilX™ Homeopathic Spray Helps Relieve:
HOW DOES BOILX WORK?
A liquid oral spray, BoilX is designed to be absorbed into the blood vessels under the tongue, bypassing the digestive tract, which may slow the absorption of orally administered products.
In homeopathy, Sublingual application is designed to speed delivery of ingredients to reduce your symptoms so you can feel better—and resume your normal activities sooner.
And BoilX can be safely used with other medications with no drowsiness or adverse side effects.
A UNIQUE HOMEOPATHIC BLEND
Homeopathic doctors have been using the separate ingredients in BoilX™ to treat single symptoms of boils, carbuncles and other eruptive skin conditions for decades... but our experts in homeopathy have chosen a blend of these natural ingredients to help relieve a wider variety of symptoms in one, easy-to-use spray application. Here are just a few of the potent homeopathic ingredients in BoilX™:
- Anthracinum: Used to treat swelling, pain and itching of Acne, Boils, Carbuncles and other pustules.
- Baptisia Tinctora (Wild Indigo): Once a treatment for Typhoid Fever, Baptisia (especially when combined with Echinacea) helps fight the achy, flu-like symptoms that can sometimes accompany boils and other eruptions.
- Hepar Sulphur; A sulfur compound used to treat painful skin conditions where inflammation causes sensitivity to touch and extreme soreness.
- See Ingredients page for full listing
Don't Wait For an Eruption...Start Early...
Our unique combination of safe homeopathic ingredients is designed to help reduce the severity of your boil symptoms. So as soon as you feel a boil coming on, start using BoilX™ to reduce your symptoms.
You never know when a boil will erupt, so make sure to have plenty of BoilX™ on hand to safely treat
those painful symptoms!
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