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Boils

by Patricia

May 2010

Cut a fresh clove of garlic make slices in the cut side with a knife
Place it on top of the boil, use gauze to hold it in place
Repeat for approximately 3 nights in a row or until the boil opens and oozes
puss and blood (cleanses)
Clean the area and place fresh cut ALOE on for the next few nights

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