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Home Remedy for Swollen Axillary Lymph Nodes

by Andreea Laza

If you are looking for a simple and effective home remedy for swollen axillary lymph nodes, continue reading this article and find out how to follow this remedy at home. But first.

Although this may sound really scary, swollen axillary lymph nodes don’t usually pose a life threat. One of the most common causes of lymph nodes in the armpit is extreme physical effort. However, the first thing to do when you sense e a node in your axillary area is to consult a doctor. Now let’s get into the home remedy for swollen axillary lymph nodes.

Horsetail Remedy for Swollen Axillary Lymph Nodes

Horsetail Remedy for Swollen Axillary Lymph Nodes - Horsetail
Horsetail plant

This is a home remedy for swollen axillary lymph nodes of benign cause.

  • Apply a very hot horsetail poultice to the armpit, in the evening right before bedtime.
  • Use as hot as you can bear, but beware of skin burns.
  • Keep it on for 2 hours, then make a new one with fresh horsetail.

Resume the application every evening until the axillary nodes start to shrink. Stop the treatment when the nodes are completely gone. People have gotten rid of rapidly growing and painful axillary nodes with this home remedy. After each horsetail poultice, anoint your axillary area with castor oil, then head immediately to bed.

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This is a simple home remedy for swollen axillary lymph nodes which has been used successfully by people suffering from axillary nodes but also inoperable kidney nodes. If you’ve found this information useful, please share the article so more people can use it. Stay healthy, naturally!

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gillian September 4, 2022 - 23:46

Hello, thank you for such wonderful information on Psoriasis. I also have a swollen lymph gland in the groin. You mention armpit swollen glands, Can I use horsetail for one in the groin.. Do I chop up the horsetail. Not sure how to make a poultice with it. Would appreciate help with this. Thank you.

Andreea Laza
Andreea Laza September 8, 2022 - 07:34

Hello Gillian! Yes, horsetail compresses/poultices are amazing for all types of swollen lymph nodes, no matter their location in the body. Put the horsetail plant (roughly chopped) in a sieve over a double boiler to heat it up thoroughly. This helps bring out the anti-inflammatory and healing substances in the plant. Then wrap the hot horsetail plant in a two-fold cheesecloth (or medicinal gauze), to make the poultice. Apply the poultice over the swollen nodes and keep it in place for two hours, until it cools down completely. Use a new plant every evening to make a new compress and continue applying it every evening, until the swolen nodes as completely gone. Anoint the area with castor oil after each application and head directly to bed. Swollen lymph nodes are a sign of the body fighting against infection. Thus, alongside the horsetail compresses, try to eat as clean as possible, plenty fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh water and herbal teas, namely lady’s bedstraw, chamomile, milk thistle or musk thistle. These teas have detox and anti-infectious and anti-inflammatory properties, helping the lymphatic system fighting the infection. I really hope I helped. Much health to you, Gillian, and thank you for being here. 🌿💚😌

Debbie February 2, 2024 - 05:18

Thank you for the information on swollen lymph nodes under the arm. Where do I find the Horsetail plant?
Thank you again, very eager to try this!!

Andreea Laza
Andreea Laza February 2, 2024 - 13:20

Hello, Debbie

The horsetail plant grows is more often found in wetlands, meadows, marshes, along riverbanks, and areas with moist soils, and it is very easily recognizable. Much health to you!


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