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Pilonidal Cyst Home Treatment, Natural Remedies for Sinus Infection

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Although pilonidal cyst is not life threatening, it is one of the most difficult diseases to deal with. Modern medicine does not offer a definitive cure for the pilonidal cyst: antibiotics do not affect it, cyst drainage cannot completely clear the infection, and surgery carries a high risk of failure or recurrence, in addition to being terribly damaging. After trying one or more of these to no avail, or reading about others’ experiences with them, many sufferers look for a pilonidal cyst home treatment that will help.

We should not forget that everything in nature has a purpose. For example, bees pollinate plants, resulting in the creation of new seeds that grow into new plants and produce honey; Silkworms produce cocoons that are used to make silk; Cows produce milk that, in addition to being drunk, is also used to make dairy products; Besides producing oxygen, fruits and vegetables can restore or improve our health, some serve as natural remedies for sinus infections.

In this article, I present home remedies for pilonidal cyst. While these are not a definitive cure, they will control the problem.

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aloe vera

The first pilonidal cyst home treatment is aloe vera, which is usually used for skin conditions. It has antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral, wound healing, laxative and anti-inflammatory properties. Drink half a glass of aloe vera juice once a day.

That’s significantly pissed off. Some brands sell spike or grape flavored aloe vera juice, which is more pleasant.

One of the most common home remedies for pilonidal cysts that people recommend is applying raw, hot aloe vera juice to the cyst to make it rupture and eject all of its pus. This tends to work for other cysts, but not coccyx cysts because the bacteria within them are some of the most complicated. Also, the raw, hot aloe vera juice can burn your skin and cause other problems. Drinking aloe vera juice has the same effect as applying it hot in raw form to the cyst.

fenugreek

The second of the natural remedies for sinus infections that I recommend is fenugreek, which is used to treat inflammation and boils, among other things. Fenugreek is sold in capsules or powder. If you’re getting the former, take 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening, and if you’re getting the latter, mix half a tablespoon of this in boiling water (half a glass) on the same schedule and wait for the drink to cool before drinking it drinks.

Another common home treatment for pilonidal cysts that is recommended is to make a paste with fenugreek powder and apply it to the affected area. But from experience I can tell you that this makes nothing but a mess. The paste is really difficult to remove once dry.

As one of your home remedies for pilonidal cysts, I recommend fenugreek in capsules as it is the easiest way to take fenugreek. It takes about 10-15 minutes to prepare a drink with its powder. If you lead a busy life, you can save that for later in the day and end up not having the drink as often as you should or not at all.

garlic

The third of the natural remedies for sinus infections that I recommend is garlic, which has a broader scope than the last two herbal supplements when it comes to skin conditions. It has antibacterial, antiviral, antiseptic, antiparasitic, antiprotozoal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anthelmintic, immunostimulant, hypotensive, diaphoretic, antispasmodic and cholagogue properties. Garlic is sold in capsules or juice. If you’re getting the former, take 2 capsules morning and evening, and if you’re getting the latter, drink half a glass on the same schedule.

Conclusion

Remember that the above pilonidal cyst home treatment is not a cure but helps control the problem. Use these herbs every day as directed and your cyst will not grow as massively as many pilonidal sufferers, and if it has already done so, it will decrease in size.

Thanks to Ivan Miller Guajardo

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