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Genital Warts & HPV: Home Remedies for STDs

Last Modified on Dec 17, 2014


Castor Oil   3  0   

Posted by Mike (Detroit, MI) on 02/13/2009

[YEA]  Castor oil for genital warts: For the last 3 years I have tired everything possible (including everything on this site) to get rid of these things and they would either come right back, or leave scars. I was about to just bite the bullet and get them laser removed until I came across CASTOR OIL. I didn't think it would work because it's actually used as a laxative, but I decided it couldn't hurt to try.

Some people just use plain castor oil, and say it works great, but I found a mix of things that seemed to speed up the process. Mix: 1 oz castor oil, 1 tbsp of tea tree oil, 80 drops of vitamin E oil (or break open 30 vitamin E gel tabs). You can also add a tbsp of thunga if you can find it. All of the others can be found at any pharmacy store, Cvs, Walgreens, etc.

Apply this mix 3 to 4 times a day; basically try to keep the oil on as much as you can throughout the day. Some people wrap up the area to keep the oil from rubbing off, but I didn't do that and it still worked. Just allow a few min. for the oil to soak in. The oil started working within a week for me, with no pain what so ever, and I am almost back to normal after 2 1/2 weeks. I had close to 50 sm. and large warts, so the process may go quicker for you.

Also be sure to stay healthy. Get a lot of sleep, drink a lot of water, work out, take a multivitamin, and other immune system building vitamins (Echinacea, Zinc, vitamin B and C). Good luck!

Cervugid   0  0   

Posted by Maria (Rome, Italy) on 11/02/2014

My daughter of 22 years old was diagnosed with HPV strains 16 and 31 (after DNA analysis - HPV). It has no visible lesions of the cervix but Pap test occurred changes in the cells (ASCUS and AGUS). The doctor prescribed a very good treatment with Cervugid Ovules. We repeated Pap in February, after treatment and all analyzes were good. I hope other patients to get better after this treatment.

Coconut Oil   3  0   

Posted by Cher (East Coast) on 08/18/2013

[YEA]  For genital warts, I used the coconut oil, no pain and they were gone or greatly reduced in a week. I took 2 tbs of coconut oil a day by mouth, it was 6 months later that at the first sign of reoccurance I used it topically.

Posted by Yaaayy!!! (Taos, Nm) on 05/10/2010

[YEA]  About a month ago, while in the shower, I discovered a small bump near my anal perineum. I couldnt be sure what it was or IF there was EVEN a bump there, but it bothered me. I kept feelin on it, and debating on whether or not this was new, or I was just now noticing it, etc, I eventually blew it off as my imagination.

Two days later, I discovered 2 new bumps on my groin area. They looked like little seed warts, cuz I get em' on my hands, so Im very familiar with them, I FREAKED!!!

The one I discovered before, also seemed bigger. Haha!! OMG!! I really freaked out, I thought I was gonna die, I was so dissappointed with myself. I just met somebody too, ugh, the feelings of horror and disgust I went through were overwhelming, I had to make an EFFORT not to panic and keep calm, and sane. i searched the internet for cures.

I imediately, did the ACV aspirin paste for 3 days and I taped ACV cotton to my groin area for 3 days. The wart turned black and fell off on my groin, then as it was healing I dabbed tea tree oil on it(twice daily), to kill all remaining viral activity on the scab,then followed by a week and a half of applying straight castor oil twice a day(morning and night), to get it to heal, and also kill the virus. That healed quit nicely, but left a faint scar, kinda sux, but its ok.

However, the major wart on my butt did not go away with the 3 day, ACV/Aspirin treatment twice daily, for 2 hours each application.

After the paste, I just put a mixture of castor oil and tea tree oil (not too much in the mix, just enough to where you can smell the tea tree faintly)on my entire outside of my vagina and anal area, aswell, as my groin, twice a day(castor oil does not stain cloths. I did that for about a week, but then the tea tree oil, started really irritating me, and I think caused a vaginal infection. Cuz, aout a week and a half into this I developed bacterial vaginosis. I wasnt sure if it was related to what I was doing or the HPV virus, because, I have heard it does cause vaginal infections. Surprise!!! HAHA!!

I then develop another small wart near the clitoral area, OMG!! Some part of me, was still in denial, thinkin and HOPING I was just treating skin tags, etc. Apparantly not, I was horrified. It was at this point I decided to switch to coconut oil.

I did about 2 weeks of castor oil, but I really saw RESULTS with the coconut oil.

The one on my butt, and another smaller on the other side of my butt(new one) have all shrunk, and are alomost gone. I mean microscopic. The one near the clit is alot smaller too, but not completely gone.

Ive been using coconut oil, twice daily(morning and night)for 3 weeks, and its awesome!! Im gonna keep doing it for another 2 weeks, cuz I dont want those bad boys comin back. Im thinking I may do the coconut oil at night, (once) everyday, indefinantly. I dont want new ones, Im terrified of this spreading.

Ive been battling this for over a month. In the mornings I just rub a little on the effected area, so as not to stain thru underwear and cloths, after shower. At night I SLATHER IT ON , all over, pelvic bone, groin area, every inch of my female anatomy and inside, and sleep with loose boxers on. Coconut oil.

I also take it internally, one tbsp melted in a cup of tea, in the morning once a day, and garlic supplements. Three caps in the morning and three at night. Six a day. Straight garlic is good too.

Elderberry extract once a day, and multivitamins, aswell as folic acid, B complex, vitamin E. Grapefruit seed extract is good, and I have recently added a probiotic, (acidopholis) for the BV issue.

ACV works, but its hardcore, and you need to heal after. I just thought, coconut oil would be less invasive and more casual approach and it works.

Posted by Mike (San Francisco, CA) on 04/30/2007

[YEA]  After extensive research on the web when I discovered I had genital warts I decided to give coconut oil a chance. I couldn't bare the thought of going to a doctor and asking them to look at a growth on my butt, worse, there were some just inside my colon (which is typical with genital warts on the anus). After 6 weeks of 2xdaily enemas and massaging in a tablespoon of coconut oil over the warts... they are completely gone. A lot of information on the web says genital warts don't go away without serious treatment (burning off, laser, freezing, etc). I am a believer in coconut oil. It worked on me. It also made my skin glow and feel baby soft. I found myself caressing my skin, amazed at the pleasant silky feeling. Rubbing it in my hair made it super shiney and healthy. I want to fill my hot tub with coconut oil and marinate in it for days.

Replied by Vicky
Louisiana, US
05/09/2014
Just wondering how coconut oil enemas are done?

Colloidal Silver   1  0   

Posted by Jessicole567 (Salladasburg, Pa, USA) on 06/01/2013

I was just interested in anyone's thoughts feelings or experiences with using colloidal silver or anything else for that matter to treat Hpv warts

Posted by Dennis (Vancouver, BC, Canada) on 11/08/2008

[YEA]  Colloidal Silver - Warts/HPV

After 4 unsuccessful surgeries to eliminate anal warts Colloidal Silver did the trick in days. For approximately 2 weeks I applied CS topically to my anus area with cotton pads - morning, night and after bowel movements. Leave the wet pad in place between applications if possible. My warts were both internal and external so I inserted the pad 1 to 2 inches. I began feeling relief in 2 days. That was 7 years ago and even thought the virus does not leave your body I have no visible signs or discomfort from the HPV virus. CS is available commercially but is easy to make and costs only pennies. Studies have shown commercial CS to be very inconsistent in its strength which is measured in PPM (parts per million). Dennis

Replied by Silver Surfer
Tuscaloosa, Al
09/26/2012
Colloidal Silver doesn't look promising: http://nccam.nih.gov/health/silver

"Colloidal silver can cause serious side effects. The most common is argyria, a bluish-gray discoloration of the skin, which is usually not treatable or reversible."

Replied by Timh
Louisville, Ky, Usa
09/27/2012
Problem w/ conventional, mainstream liberal information outlets is that facts and truth are terribly compromised by greed. Jon Barron has done several articles and pod cast on the major flawed (lies) studies of vitamins by "independent" scientist/labs that just happened to be subsidized by large pharmaceutical firms and corps. As you might guess, or if you watch liberal mainstream news, ALL vitamin and mineral supplements are not only not beneficial, BUT they are actually harmful.

Compound-W Freeze Off Wart Remedy   1  0   

Posted by James (New York, New York) on 01/08/2008

[YEA]  Seems like a really obvious home treatment for genital warts. Go the your local pharmacy and buy a Compound-W Freeze off wart removal kit. Its is way overpriced at around $27, but it is good for way more than the 12 treatments the label advertises, and a lot cheaper than a visit to the doctor. Use as directed, you will know it is working when you see the area around the wart turn white, it stings a little, but keep the freeze tip on until it loses its cool. The white area goes away quickly as the cold numbs your pain receptors. Put some Neosporin on afterwards and wait about a week. The area around will scab up and then peel off, leaving you without a wart. It's what the doctor would charge you hundreds of dollars for doing in the office, but you can do it yourself, at home, in private, and get the same results. Don't buy any overpriced "healing oils" that require three treatments a day for several months and don't do a thing (my first mistake). The freeze takes care of business, quickly!

Replied by Chrissy
Detroit, Mi
03/17/2013
Use as directed? the box clearly states, "do not use on genital area".

Diagnosing Genital Warts   0  0   

Posted by Thankfulwife (Charlotte, Nc) on 01/30/2014

Could this be HPV Genital Warts? I have been married & faithful for 12 years & so has my husband. About 6 years ago I noticed one small brown flat growth in my pubic hair region. It stayed the same with no more growth or spreading for 2 years. Then about 4 years ago it seemed that there were more and more of these tiny, rough, brown, flat wart-looking spots spreading across my pubic hair area. They aren't anywhere else, only where the hair grows. My husband doesn't have any of these on his body. Could this be warts caused by a strain of HPV & is it contagious? If so, why hasn't he been contaminated? It's been 12 years since I was with anyone other than my husband who seems to be unaffected. Also, I've had 4 babies and many blood tests & pap smears with nothing turning up. So, will applying Apple Cider Vinegar repeatedly via taped on cotton pads eventually cause the warts to die and go away? And if the warts go away is the virus gone & no longer contagious? Thank you.

Essential Oils   1  0   

Posted by Emma (London, Uk) on 12/29/2012

[YEA]  I have had genital warts for about 2 months. I tried the cryogenic therapy at the hospital which was unpleasant and so I wanted to try something to use at home. As it is a virus, it can outbreak at any time, and so it's great to have something on hand to use. I tried ACV mixed with water, which didn't work too well. Then combined ACV with honey, which was amazingly soothing, and I would advise it if it is really itchy or painful down there.

But what has worked best so far is combining oil- I used Hemp, but i'm sure Sweet Almond, Grapeseed or Coconut would work just as well. Mix 25ml with 3 drops of each Tea tree oil, 3 drops Eucalyptus and 4 drops Thyme oil. I am a trained Aromatherapist and know that these oils are all antiviral so thought i'd give it a shot. Have used it for the past 3 days, putting it on every time I use the toilet, and just rub some on my vagina using clean hands. The oil is soothing in itself and the essential oils make it tingle slightly but the warts are reducing day by day. Would be interested to know if it helps anyone else...

Replied by Granny On The Go
Waco, Tx
12/30/2012
Please keep in mind that genital warts are a Herpes Virus and that L Lysine several times a day should be of help. Start with one 500 mg dose and work up to what as much as 1500 mg a day, divided into 3 doses, of course. There are also several herbs that are anti virals that may be of some help. The cures are here, we have just depended on Big Pharma for so long that we don't know anything about curing ourselves any more.
Replied by Yucky
Columbus, Ga
07/06/2013
Why do people keep saying genital warts are caused by herpes? Different STD. It's like saying gonorrhea is caused by syphillis.

Euphorbia Peplus   1  0   

Posted by Darrell (Perth, Australia) on 01/05/2009

[YEA]  Recently I developed three peri-anal warts and was horified. I decided to try something out of my garden, which I use for pre-cancerous lesions on my forehead. I am talking about the white sap of euphorbia peplus, or petty spurge, a very common weed.

One night I used only one small drop of the sap and rubbed it on the tops of the warts before going to bed. Within an hour or so the pain became pretty intense, so much so that I took a strong painkiller. The next morning I had a look and was very surprised to see that not only was ALL the skin coming off my peri-anal area, but the warts had TOTALLY DISAPPEARED.

It was raw. I was unable to use toilet paper and had to squat over a hand-held shower instead. I did this for about a week,also applying some antibiotic ointment and some steroid cream I had in the cupboard.

Eventually I had a brand new anal area. I was very pleased with this until some more warts began to appear, probably about eight.

At this point I was a bit wary of going through the pain again with the prospect of maybe twenty more popping up after initially disappearing, so I tried the ACV. I have been using it for about a week, giving it a break if the skin becomes too sore.

At this point parts of the warts have begun disappearing. They turned white, but did not turn black. Never-the-less it is still working and I am continuing with the treatment, though maybe now I will use some vaseline on the healthy skin to protect it and reduce the soreness.
I know they will keep reducing. I just hope they don't re-appear in greater numbers again.


EC: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euphorbia_peplus

Garlic   6  0   

Posted by Lorah (General Santos City, Philippines) on 10/22/2013

I noticed there are growing bumps in my genitals, and search thru internet what would be this bumps. as I have seen, the bumps in my genitals are similar to genital warts. im so stressed and worried about this and felt scared and shy to go for a check.

After searching in the net about the home remedies for the said warts, I have and give it a try to follow the procedures, buy applying a vitamin e rich oil and spreaded chopped garlic. it gives me too much burning sensation.

Is this remedy effective? and taking a 2 capsules of garlic oil may help to boost my immune against genital warts?

Please help and let me know what should be the best movement I will take and best home remedy I may try.

Thank you so much.

Posted by Gina (New York, New York) on 03/01/2009

[BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS]  i've had vaginal warts b4 (thats when i found out i had HPV) and went to the gyno because i was 17 and scared to death. The doctor treated it but they came back. i was too embarassed to go back for more treatment so i decided to try the garlic remedy. i placed 1 crushed clove of garlic on the warts 3 times a day (cleaning with peroxide between treatments) along with taking 6 garlic pill a day. Now the inner lips of my vagina are very small so basically the garlic got all over and badly burned the surrounding skin. i kept up with the garlic treatment for 3 days but on the 4th day i was very swollen and there were cuts all around my vagina so i decided to stop. however some warts are noticably smaller so i guess it was working. i'm still taking 6 garlic pills a day though. it has been 2 days since last treating my warts with the crushed garlic and i'm still very sore and swollen.

I went out today searching for APV (I currently live in beijing so i ended up going to 5 different supermarket chains before i found a bottle)

i'm hoping i can target the GW directly with minimum damage to the surrounding skin. in the mean time i'm still waiting for my sores to heal

Replied by Leelannee
Sussex, Nj
08/24/2009
Apply Vaseline (or natural substitute) to your delicate areas (inner labia, underneath the outer labia, perineum, anus) or any areas where you DON'T need the garlic; this will form a barrier so that your tissues will not be irritated. Any oil will probably work, but Vaseline tends to stay put rather than drip. A zinc or diaper rash cream also works very well--note that it is meant to keep the skin dry even when there's a wet diaper against it! I've used this method when using hair removal creams in the bikini area. If you do garlic, then Vaseline, the garlic will in effect be "trapped" underneath the cream & will be difficult to wash off, so be sure to apply the Vaseline first!

Posted by C (BFE, Ohio) on 03/28/2008

[YEA]  I have been reading this forum on the different ways everyone has tried to cure their GW's. I was diagnosed with GW's a few days ago. I've noticed many here have said about the raw garlic burning them. The best way to use the raw garlic when you apply directly to the skin is to soak the clove (score it 4-5 times) in olive oil for an hour or so. I've actually inserted a whole clove up inside my vagina (to treat yeast infections) (use a clean needle and thread, and make like a pull cord, kind of like what's on a tampon) and that way you can leave it in all night. I am for sure going to use a number of the ideas given here, along with the garlic to try and clear my GS's up.

Posted by Bill (Texas, TX) on 02/01/2008

[YEA]  ok this worked for me and i had clusters of them and they itched really bad all the time. i used garlic, slices of it. and put it on the warts. its burns for about 10 min. but i woud leave it there all night. with tape. use any tape it doesnt matter. aways do it over and over intill it looks like you have herpes! it gets really red and looks like its scabing up. i dont know what happens but some of them turn black and just fall off. and some just disappear with the scab with it falls of. this works. it seems like they get bigger at first. but just keep using it. mine got bigger the first 3 days, but i had to get rid of this things so i just kept on. it really works at least i know it works for the clusters. i only used it a week or a little more.

Replied by Hapless
Brooklyn, NY
10/18/2008
Hi, bill, i recently discovered that i have Genital Warts, and i have used the garlic treatment three times now, but like yours, my warts have swollen up, gotten really dark and look like herpes, and the skin around my shaft is extremely sensitive and painful to the touch. Should i still keep using the garlic treatment for another 2-3 days or should i stop ?

By the way, i'm 23years old, never even had sex, and don't have medical insurance or any money! I got infected with HPV from my father, who has a bunch of these on his neck and does not seem to care, he's had them from years (got them from someone he worked with), and he che's tobacco, which probably explains why he has not developed immunity to the virus.

Please advise if you can.

Replied by Niko
New York, Ny
07/27/2012
Bill. It sounds like you just actually had herpes. That's literally the natural stage of a herpes outbreak. It blisters and then scabs over and goes away. I doubt the garlic did anything for you.


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