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Warts Home Remedies
using apple cider vinegar - This remedy is the most sucessful
remedy for getting rid of warts. Soak a tiny of bit of cotton
ball in the apple cider vinegar and place it on the wart.
Cover it with a bandaid. Keep it like that untill the wart
is gone. Just change the bandaid and cotton ball each day
or each time it falls off.
Wart treatment using duct tape - This is the easiest
remedy for getting rid of warts. Simply put duct tape around
the warts. Change the tape each day or when it falls off. Using
this method, my warts got real itchy but they were gone in a
using vinegar - This remedy is basically the same as
the first but you are using any kind of vinegar. You do not
have to use apple cider vinegar.
Take the tip off a Q-tip and soak it in the vinegar. Put it
on the wart and secure it with a bandaid. Leave it on till
the wart is gone. I know many people who have used this method
and every single time it's worked for all of them.
Wart treatment using banana peel - Next time you eat
a banana keep the peel. Cut it into little square pieces about
1cm X 1cm and keep them in the freezer. When you have warts
place a piece over the wart and secure with a bandaid. Change
daily untill the wart is gone.
using palmers cocoa butter - This remedy I used for dry
hands but it also took my warts away. I suffered from really
dry scaly hands so one night I rubbed some palmers cocoa butter
into them and put some plastic gloves on to sleep with so
the cream didn't get everywhere. The next morning my hands
were really soft and smooth but my warts where all gone also.
Wart treatment using garlic - Slice off a peice of garlic
and put over your wart. Cover it with a bandaid overnight and
in the morning take the bandaid off. There should be a blister
on the wart. Let the blister bust and dry on it's own. This
remedy can take about 9 days.
using clear nail polish - Every morning and evening paint
on clear nail polish onto your warts. Do this for about a
week and they pull come off.
Wart treatment using castor oil - This remedy is not
only for warts but for any skin growth that is raised from the
skin, even moles. Mix some castor oil and baking soda till it's
like a paste. Put some of the paste onto the wart, mole or other
growth you have. do it daily. You should cover it with a bandaid
when you have applied it. Within a couple of week it'll start
to go red, swell and get a bit sore, but keep adding the paste
each day till it's gone.
using dandelions - Pick a dandelion and squeeze the white
milky liquid from the stem and put it onto your warts. Do
this each day and you will see your wart disappear.
Wart treatment using hydrogen peroxide - You will need
to use 35% hydrogen peroxide. Take a Q-tip and dip it into the
hydrogen peroxide and soak the wart with it. Do this as many
time as possible during the day. Do it till the warts is gone.
using potatoes - Peel and grate a white potato. Put the
grated potato into a piece of cloth and squeeze out the juice
into a cup. Apply the juice to your warts three times a day
until the wart is gone.
Wart treatment using vitamin C - take one vitamin C tablets
and crush it between two spoons. Put the crushed tablet on your
wart and cover with a bandaid. Do this each time you have a
shower so you always have a clean bandaid on the wart.
using aloe vera - Either buy aloe vera jel from the health
food store or cut a leaf off an aloe vera plant and scrape
the flesh from the inside. Apply the aloe vera jel to your
warts every morning and evening. Your wart will fall off after
a week, maybe two.
Wart treatment using vitamin E - Get a needle and put
a hole in one end of a vitamin E capsule. Squeez the oil of
the capsule onto your wart and cover the area with a bandaid.
Keep doing this each day until the wart is gone.
using orange peel - A few times each day rub orange peel
onto the wart or cut a small piece of peel and place directly
onto the wart. If using a piece make sure to cover it using
a bandaid. The wart will eventually change color and fall
Wart treatment using cabbage - Cook just 1 leaf of a
cabbage and wrap around your wart. Leave it there for 5 minutes.
After two days the wart will be gone.
using raddish - Cut a slice off a raddish and place over
the wart. Cover it with a bandaid.
Change the raddish and bandaid each day until the wart is
Readers Remedies for Warts
By - Johnathon
Date - 24 March 2011
I have heard that it only takes 2-4 days for a wart to be gone after
applying nail polish. Im giving it a try. Also I've heard that adding
little bits of lime or lemon juice to water and drinking it twice
a day or more will help get rid of the wart. I might not get to apply
the nail polish to the wart everyday. But some have said that you
only need to apply it once. Leave the nail polish on to dry. By the
time it hits rock solid the wart should come off with the nail polish
when you peel it off. Wish me luck and hope it works for you.
By - Zab
Date - 23 March 2011
I used apple cider vinegar to remove the warts. I have asked for
over the counter medicine but the pharmacists insisted that I go
to the doctor to have the wart removed. I placed a soaked cotton
ball on on the wart and taped it there overnight. It did sting and
became red. The wart dissapeared after three days, now I have another
one at the side of my nose. The apple cider vinegar remedy helped
to remove the wart but it left a scar.
By - Theresa Ferrell
Date - 26 February 2011
My cousin had a wart on his pinky that the doctor said would have
to be surgically removed because it was so big and deep. A woman
prayed over it and told him to put saliva on it first thing for
7 days. He did that and the wart completely disappeared and never
came back. My daughter had warts on her hand and I took her to the
lady...we call her a faith healer. Same thing, 7 days of saliva
first thing in the morning. The warts, about 12-15, all disappeared
and never returned. My daughter has told friends about this and
they tried it to have the warts disappear.
By - Carole
Date - 20 November 2007
Putting saliva on your wart as soon as you get up in the morning
works very well. I had a small but painfull an persistant wart on
my index. I had it burnt by the doctor approx. 4 times, yet it continued
to return. I tried the saliva and within one month, the wart came
off, never to return.
Remedy By - Snoekie
Date - 24 August 2007
I had a wart on the inside of my middle finger,
just on the end of the pad for 18 years. I tried salicyilic acid,
caustic pencil, surgery, freezing, cider vinegar, tape and banana
skin None worked. Someone I met told me he dug his out with a needle,
without breaking the lower level of skin. I noted that with banana
skin the wart showed up clearly from the rest of the skin, white,
and soft. So, I placed the inside of the banana skin, small piece,
enough to well cover the wart, over the area and taped it over with
a small piece of packaging tape and held in place by a plaster overnight.
Then you need a sharp, robust needle, I used a bradl, heat sterilised
(gas fire) and gently prised out the white area without drawing
blood, leaving the lower level of skin intact, not painful. Unfortunately
it did not do the whole job, but it was much smaller, less than
half of the previous size. 3 weeks later, when it was clear the
first treatment was not entirely successful, I repeated the process,
but this time I wet the hole resulting hole and with the tip of
a wet needle placed a small crystal of potassium permangenate (condy's
crystal) in the hole and covered with a small piece of package tape
(so it did not 'bleed' through and to keep it moist and then a plaster.
I heard that in Africa they have treated warts by soaking in a bowl
of potassium permangenate solution- it is an antivral- for an hour
or so per day for about a week. I didn't have the time. It stung
a little for as long as I left it on. 36 hours later I removed the
plaster. Voila, it was gone, but I had to wait until the area healed
and the upper layer of skin grew back to confirm. Sounds long winded,
but actually only involves a matter of minutes over a couple of
days and best of all it worked, for me.
By - Dean Harris
Date - 5 July 2007
Use the milk of the milkweed plant. Keep applying and the warts will
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