The Cure for Warts is Found in Nature…
Annual visits to the dermatologist are always a good idea, but it often happens that you have minor skin problems such as warts, that are not worth for a long waiting in line.
Warts are skin growths caused by the human papiloma virus, and transmitted by sharing the same bathroom, cloth, towels, infection or wearing the same shoes.
Their size depends on where they are and can appear on any part of the body. On the arms and hands grow those with circular shapes, while on the face, around the lips, nose and the hairy part of the head, are often long and thin. Warts can be found on the soles and mostly in areas exposed to pressure when walking.
Before you go to a doctor because of problems with warts, it’s important for you to know that there is a much simpler and cheaper way to solve this problem … and you can find it in nature.
Many herbs contain substances that can be useful in the treatment of warts and favorite among people are garlic, vinegar and fig. Here are some traditional recipes from nature:
- On a dry cloth apply vinegar 2-3 times a day for one week; you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the results. During the week, pay attention to the warts and you will see how they change color and eventually fall off. For better results over them put a piece of cotton wool soaked in vinegar and plaster.
- Warts can be removed with houseleek’s sap, and they also can disappear if they are treated with garlic juice for a long period of time.
- Milk of figs – gather the fig from the tree while it is still green, immature. At the place where the young fruit is gathered, the tree leaks white liquid similar to milk. With this liquid rub the warts and the area around them several times a day. Repeat this for 15 days.
- Take one bigger clove of garlic and carve in it a hole with a size of a wart. Put it on the wart and attach it with a bandage. After 8 to 10 hours the wart will fall off and it will be into the garlic. Then wash the place where the wart was.
- Rub the warts several times a day with fresh tomato juice.
- Fresh juice of onion and garlic – soak the warts several times a day. After 2 to 3 days they will fall off.
- Fresh juice from common ash leaf or stem – soak the warts several times during the day. Within 2 to 3 days they will fall off.
- The sap of the leaves and flowers of dandelion, rub every day on the warts. They begin to darken and eventually fall off leaving no scars. If you already have scars, apply castor oil in the morning and at night until they disappear.
Use these traditional remedies from nature and your body and your wallet will be thankful!