[YEA] I've been trying the ACV treatment on my warts for about 1 week now. And I am happy to say that it works! I've been struggling with this since about January when I got my first outbreak. I didn't want to go to the doctor because I was embarassed, so I checked on line. I found this product called "Warts No More". IT DOESN'T WORK. It did, however, help spread my 4 or 5 warts to something like 30. It was a waste of money and very frustrating. I also used Compound W "Freeze Off", and that took care of one of the bigger ones, but about a month ago it came back as two smaller ones. I also tried salycilic acid (Wart Stick), which is the highest content of salycilic acid I could find over the counter (20%), but it was way too rough on that sensitive of an area. So I stop after a week, and let all the skin heal--no scars thankfully. So, this brings me to ACV. I read something about a "Vinegar Test" doctors use to determine if someone has GW. Still in denial, I tried it out a couple of times-I saw no results. However it appeared that the warts had gotten smaller. That's when, on a web search I found this site. I've been taken 3 3 Garlic Pills a day (jury's still out on that, I don't know how much effect its having, they do appear a bit more under control, and they are getting smaller) for about a week now. I have also been doing an ACV wash twice a day after my showers, as well as applying ACV directly with a swab for 10 minutes twice a day on the two warts mentioned above. I've been doing the direct application for 3 days, and today, I see only two scabs where those hideous things had been. I'll keep you all posted on the progress of this treatment for the other warts. But, for once, I think something is truly working. Save your money! Go buy some ACV at the supermarket, and pop some garlic pills for good measure. You will be pleasantly surprised. I was! Good luck to all of you.
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