Welcome To The Boil Bible Website

Learn How To Effectively Treat Boils & MRSA Infections

Hello and welcome…

The purpose of this website is to provide accurate, useful information to help people deal with boils and MRSA infections.

Some of this information will be available in our blogs, while more in-depth information, treatment methods, and routines are available in my eBook titled (funnily enough) The Boil Bible.

As a former sufferer of both boils and various MRSA infections, I know what it takes to make a full recovery and I hope that through this website and my eBook, The Boil Bible, I hope to help others who are also suffering.

You can check out a collection of my latest posts below or you can check out the Boil Treatment or MRSA Treatment blogs.

I hope you enjoy my website and I hope that the information available helps you or a family member make a full recovery.

And…if you would like to know more about me, take a look at my about me page.

Take care…


My Latest Posts

How To Treat MRSA Naturally And Get Results!

Many people in this modern age seem to have forgotten the fact that before synthetic (man-made) antibiotics were discovered and introduced to mainstream medicine, Doctor’s relied upon natural treatments for common illnesses. My intention with this article is to “re-educate” you and explain how to treat MRSA naturally and get results. First though lets look at MRSA and what its all about… Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) is the antibiotic resistant strain of the “common” bacteria known as Staphylococcus Aureus or Staph for short. Staph itself is a common bacteria found on the skin of most people. If a person is in good health, the Staph is unlikely to ever cause any problems. If a person is ill though i.e. has lowered immunity, Staph can lead to infections of cuts, scratches, grazes, and surgical wounds. Staph is also the common cause of boils.  MRSA, Staph’s big bad brother,  has become more and more prevalent of late and it seems to be creating headlines. It is often even referred to as a “superbug” which sounds scary right? The reality is though that MRSA is actually just regular old Staph. Its just that it has become harder to kill using modern antibiotics due to the fact that it has developed (and continues to develop) a resistance to them. How and why has this happened? Essentially this happened because modern antibiotics were initially very successful at dealing with infection and disease. They were fast acting and they got results. As a result, natural treatments were used less and less until eventually they came to be considered “alternative” treatments and thought of as...

Antibiotics For Boils…To Use Them Or Not To Use Them? That Is The Question.

When people are suffering from boils and are asking me about effective treatments one of the most common questions is…should I use antibiotics for boils? My reply is that you most certainly should….BUT (yes there is a but) you need to decide whether to use synthetic, man-made antibiotics or natural products that have antibiotic and antibacterial properties. What’s the difference? There are several actually and they are big ones! Firstly, modern antibiotics are synthetic, man-made products that have simple molecular structures. This means that bacteria and other nasties can easily evolve and develop a resistance to the antibiotics. This is how “superbugs” have developed. Essentially the bacteria, virus or other nasty is treated with modern antibiotics to which it quickly develops a resistance, making it immune to the drugs. As such, more powerful drugs (including antibiotics) need to be produced, tested and then introduced. Once again, the nasties develop resistance and grow stronger and require anew drug to deal with them. Do you notice a pattern here? Yep…it has become and endless cycle. We are continually trying to stay one step ahead of these “superbugs”. Another point to note is that these modern medicines (including antibiotics) actually lower your immunity when you ingest them because they attack not only the nasties inside your body, but they also attack the good bacteria that live in your gut and are responsible for keeping your immune system strong.  So is there any good news? There sure is. Many natural products have medicinal properties such as antibiotic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal. You name it, mother nature has probably provided it. In fact,before the introduction...

Is Using Manuka Honey For MRSA Infections A Legitimate, Effective Treatment?

The title of this post poses a question and the answer is…absolutely. MRSA, although resistant to various antibiotics, is sensitive to many natural compounds that have antibacterial and antibiotic properties such as many essential oils, Olive Leaf Extract, Garlic, and importantly, Manuka Honey. As such, the use of Manuka Honey for MRSA infections is not only a legitimate treatment but it is also a highly effective one. Why is Manuka Honey so effective against MRSA? Manuka Honey has antibacterial properties (and MRSA is a bacteria) and the key ingredient is the Manuka. Manuka Honey applied topically to wounds also promotes rapid healing. These factors make it not only a highly sought after natural treatment for various illnesses and infections, but also highly effective against MRSA. What is so special about Manuka Honey? The key ingredient in Manuka honey that makes it so effective against bacterial infections (including MRSA) is the Manuka. The potency of the Manuka in the honey is critical and as such a measurement was developed to put a value on the concentration of the Manuka in the honey. This measurement is called the Unique Manuka Factor or UMF. The higher the UMF rating the better. For treating bacterial infections such as MRSA, I recommend going for a Manuka honey with a UMF of 15 or greater. Can I just use regular honey? You can use it…you’ll just be covered in sticky honey that is ineffective against bacterial infections! So…no, you can’t use regular honey and expect positive results. Manuka honey is so effective that “medicinal grade” honey is used in some hospitals to treat MRSA and...

How To Treat A Boil

Boils are nasty looking, painful, sores that are recognisable as red lumps on the skin, (usually puss filled)  that cause a heck of a lot of discomfort for something that is so small. In this article we are going to look at how to treat a boil effectively. What causes boils? Boils are usually (but not always) caused by a bacterial infection of a hair follicle. In the medical world, the bacteria responsible is known as Staphylococcus Aureus or “Staph” for short. In it’s “simplest” form, Staph is fairly easy to kill and can be dealt with effectively by both antibiotics and various natural treatments. However, over use of antibiotics over the years has led to new strains of Staph emerging. These strains are able to resist antibiotics and as such, are hard, if not impossible to treat using antibiotics. These resistant strains are referred to as Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus or MRSA. How long do boils last? This all depends but usually a boils will last no more than 14 to 21 days if left to its own devices. This timeframe can vary greatly and so this is just a rough guide. So…how should you treat boils? It depends on whether your boil was caused by regular Staph or one of the MRSA stains. This is because different approaches are required. As MRSA is not limited to boils, I will be explaining how to deal with boils caused by “regular” Staph. Because “regular” Staph is sensitive to antibiotics, you can take a course of antibiotics prescribed by a doctor or you can use natural treatments. If your boil...

Learn How To Treat Boils & Cure MRSA!


Are you, or someone close to you suffering from boils and/or MRSA? 

Have you tried antibiotics and other prescription medicines without success? 

“The Boil Bible” discloses the secrets to effectively treating boils and curing MRSA infections using various simple, but effective, “old school” methods and treatments. 

The advice in this book works….and it’s cheaper than another trip to your doctor!


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