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What are homeopathic remedies for abscess? – Part 1

• An abcess is a localized collection of pus.
• This can be in any part of the body.
• It is caused by an infection.
• An abscess is a tender and easily pressed mass.
• It is generally surrounded by a colored area.
• The color of this area is from pink to deep red.
• The center of an abscess is filled with pus and debris.
• It is painful and warm to touch.
• Inflammation around a hair follicle can generate the formation of an abscess.
• It is also known as a boil (furuncle).
• Abscesses can show up in any place on the body.

The most common sites are in:
1. armpits (axillae)
2. areas around your anus
3. areas around your vagina (Bartholin gland abscess)
4. base of your spine (pilonidal abscess)
5. around a tooth (dental abscess)
6. your groin

Homeopathic Remedies for Abscess treatment

1. Belladonna [Bell]
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• initiatory symptoms of abscess
• parts swell rapidly
• becomes bright red
• there is intense throbbing which is painful
• pus develops speedily
• the swelling increases
• the redness radiates
• active, asthenic variety of abscess before pus is matured
• gum boils
• acute glandular abscess

2. Hepar sulphur [Hep]
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• for suppuration where the pus is not decomposed
• lymphatic, phlegmatic individuals
• excessive sensitiveness of the parts
• chilly sensations
• throbbing in the parts
• sharp, sticking pains which are worse at night
• in case of threatening uppuration it will favor the formation of pus
• suppuration process
• felon or whitlow abscesses
• bruised pain present
• presence of pus with a vent
• painful abscesses about the anus
• gum boils
• Felons and furuncles.

3. Silicea [Sil]
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• suppuration continues
• refuses to heal
• pus is apt to be thin and watery
• the process is sluggish and indolent one
• suppurative process takes on a healthy action
• pus becomes benign
• granulation appear
• abscess has been lanced or opened by means of poultice
• warmth is very good
• fluoric acid has relief from cold
• abscesses having much cellular infiltration in their vicinity
• all fistulous burrowings
• rectal fistula
• great nervous erethism
• considerable foe tor to the discharge
• scrofulous and tubercular abscesses

4. Mercurius [Merc]
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• when pus has formed
• favors the formation of pus especially in the lower potencies
• in glandular abscesses
• the pus is greenish in tint
• pus is quite thin and fluid
• there is intense, shining redness
• throbbing and stinging pains
• suppurative process is slower
• all the pains are greatly aggravated at night
• abscesses at the roots of the teeth
• often efficacious in toothache
• pyorrhoea
• will make extraction of teeth unnecessary.

5. Carbo vegetabilis
This remedy is indicated to a person who has the following symptoms:
• long-lasting, unhealthy suppurative processes
• which produces a hectic fever

6. Arsenicum
This remedy is indicated to a person who has the following symptoms:
• low condition of abscess
• great debility
• the production of watery, ichorous pus
• the threatening of gangrene and the intolerable burning pains

7. Echinacea [Echi]
This remedy is indicated to a person who has the following symptoms:
• in suppurative conditions.
• especially where symptoms of blood poisoning are present.

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