Treat boils using vinegar – Cut a brown paper bag big enough to cover the boil. Make several layers the same size out of the brown paper bag. Soak each piece of paper in distilled vinegar until they are saturated. Place each layer over the boil. Tape in place and leave it on overnight. When you take it off in the morning the boil would have burst or very close to bursting. If it is close to bursting just a very very slight pull will burst it. Make sure you keep the area clean.
Treat boils using parsley flakes – The parsley has to be dry parsley flakes. DO NOT moisten the flakes. Place dry parsley flakes on and around the boil. Cover the area with a bandage and leave on overnight. This may have to be repeated if the pus is deep. Parsley is one of mother natures strongest drawing agents and is guaranteed to work.
Treat boils using tomato paste – Apply tomato paste on and around the boil. Cover this with a piece of gauze and tape and leave it on overnight. The next morning the boil would have burst or is about to burst. Repeat this remedy if necessary.
Treat boils using Epsom salt – Get a container of water, as hot as you can possibly stand. Dip a washcloth in the hot water and then quickly into the Epsom salt and place over the boil. When it looses the heat repeat as many times as necessary until the boil bursts.
Treat boils using camphor phenique – Cut a piece of gauze large enough to cover the boil. Put some campho phenique on the gauze and press onto the boil. Apply a little pressure for about 5 minutes. You should start to see results in minutes, or you may also leave the gauze on overnight.