Mole Remedies

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Posted by Bj (The Woodlands, Tx) on 03/29/2013
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I pierced a mole and then put a fresh piece of cut garlic on the mole, and secured it with a cotton taped to keep it in place. Did it for 2 days and the mole dried up and fell off. I have successfully done this twice.


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Posted by ***kp (San francisco, California) on 10/11/2011
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I put a shred of garlic clove on my facial mole, it was really small but it was on the tip of my nose & I didnt like it. So yesterday is when I put the garlic and just now I removed the facial mole with a toothpick and I just picked it off. Yes it's kinda painful, but worth it! because it is now gone :)


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Posted by Renee (Brussels, Europe/Belgium) on 01/06/2009
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I didn't believe a single word of garlic..cause I thought it was the same things people listen and say without trying it. I decided to give it a try.

I had two moles(flat) by birth with a diameter of almost .05 and two other moles which were not there by birth. I decided to try on all four of them. I squashed a garlic with a kitchen rols and put a small piece of it on each mole and covered it with a scotch tape..since I didn't have a band aid or medical tape. I slept with it, and next morning my cheek was burnt on the skin where garlic had touched it. The mole had given out some sort of liquid too. I cleaned it and applied garlic again in the day and kept it on. I did the same at night. Next morning I looked worse then ever, it seemed as if I was scarred for life, so at day I gave it a break..I even peeled a bit of mole with tweezer but it hurt like hell so I left it alone. The third day I didn't apply garlic. However at night I applied garlic, this time I applied vasline to skin around the mole. Next day(fourth day) I didn't apply garlic. I took a bath and peeled off some of the moles. There was still some part of mole left clinging to skin. However when it dried up by next day, I just peeled it off. Todays the sixth day, by burns are almost gone and so are the moles, IT IS AMAZING. I couldn't believe it. It actually worked, Thanks to Earth clinic. And YAY for garlic. I'm glad. :)


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Posted by Robert (Miami, Florida) on 07/30/2008
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I had a couple of small moles on my face which were (at least to me) unsightly. Especially during the winter, when my tan went away. I decided to try some remedies that i found online. Applying honey to the mole didn't do anything for me. Neither did eating a lot of potassium. So i decided to try garlic. I got one of those bowls with a masher and mashed up two little Garlic peaces. When they where all mashed up, i got a Q-tip, and rubbed the inside of the bowl. (with the garlic still in it) I then took the Q-tip and placed it on one of my moles, and in just one day, it fell mostly off. I still have a small portion of the outer ring, but hopefully that will go away too. Otherwise, clear beautiful skin was discovered under the mole. Hope this helps. God bless you guys.


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Posted by Mom (Winsted, CT) on 07/27/2008
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Two months ago I used garlic to try to remove three moles on my body. I smashed and cut a piece of garlic for each held on by a bandage. I admit i didn't follow the advice to use the smallest piece possible because it burns the skin around the mole. The garlic kept moving around under the bandage. which gave me a burn, so i taped it on. That gave me a worse burn and cellulitis, but not on my face. The mole on my face peeled off with clean skin under. I did see two black roots left and within a month the black came back but the mole is really flat. The other two are a lot smaller. I actually had two skin tags, that i wasn't treating, dry up and fall off, which i thought was really cool. I also had swollen glands in my groin. This whole time I am swallowing a smashed and cut up raw clove every time I ate something. I didn't chew it. I did this for two and a half weeks. This time for about a week i had a pain on my right side every time i had a full bladder. The pain was getting steady and the next day i had a fever. I swallowed two cloves and chewed the third. It burned so i swallowed quick. The next day my man said i was snoring like crazy which i normally don't do according to him. Then i noticed the pain and fever were gone, but the inside of my cheeks and a little on the roof of my mouth were swollen. I can feel the glands in my face are swollen also. 12 hours later the swelling in my mouth is subsiding. I don't advise chewing it but swallowing raw garlic rules. Scientific studies say cut up raw garlic kills bacteria and such in a 9 inch radius around it. Scientific studies also show garlic kills cancer. This site rules.


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Posted by Mary (Mary, USA) on 05/14/2008
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Hi guys. I started the garlic procedure to remove a raised mole on my forearm. I've warn long sleeves for forever because of how much I hated it. About a month ago I heard about this remedy, so I tried it & after about 4 days I wasn't seeing any results besides half of the mole was a bit lighter. I stopped the experiment, & after a few weeks, I decided to try 1 more time so I started 2 days ago, this is my 3rd day now & I definetely see results ! I really think its going to work. The 1st time I tried this remedy I was putting too big of a piece on the mole, about 4 times the sixe of it, which was just damaging the sin around the mole. Now I've been only cutting a small piece to fit the mole perfectly. I've heard you should scratch at the mole just a little bit w a knife or something, not hard, so thats what I did this time [only the 1st time u apply the garlic, not everytime, just once for the whole experiment], so i washed the area 1st, scratched the mole up a tiny bit, cut the clove up, with the knife I rubbed the juice from the garlic onto my mole, I started to feel a tingling because I scratched at it, then wet a napkin & cleaned up any juice around the mole on my skin, apply the garlic piece & put a bandaid on. I go to work & 11 hours later take the bandage off & wash it & do the whole thing over w a fresh bandaid and piece of garlic. I have been using a whole new clove for each application. It is a big waste of garlic since I only use a tiny piece of it, but the cloves dry out quickly, even in a ziplock bag, so I just get a new 1. They are very cheap anyways. Now, my 3rd day, my mole is raised quite a bit more & its a bubble that I want to pop so badly ! There are a couple tiny bubbles on my skin around the mole, but from now on I am going to apply vaseline on my skin surrounding the mole to protect the skin. I will keep u guys updated !


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Posted by paul (haywards heath, uk) on 10/18/2007
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re: garlic for superficial skin tumors -- I applied a slither of fresh garlic on a skin lesion abnormal but small skin growth under left eye for one week, appling for a duration of 5 mins untill it stung and was a little red...the lesion shrunk and has disapeared. senior operating department practitioner nhs.


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Posted by Barbara (Hagatna, Guam) on 07/04/2007
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I was skeptical in trying the methods, but I took a chance and used the garlic remedy. I only applied it for a couple of hours and took it off. I burned the moles that I have and it also gave me a scar on my face. But it removed the moles on my shoulder and also on my forehead. I still have a mole on my face but it seems to be shrinking and I'm content with it. If anyone tends to try the garlic on their face, please make sure you apply it on the mole and not have the garlic touch your face. Thanks for the remedy, Im satisfied with the results.


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Posted by Dave (Ottawa, Canada) on 05/26/2007
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I have had flat moles on my upper body all of my life. I've had some removed by doctors and always was left with scaring. I decided to try my luck with garlic on two moles. I cut two thin slices the shape of the moles and taped them on top of the moles using midical tape. I changes the garlic twice a day for three days. On the third day the moles puffed up like a blister. It's worked, and now I'm doing the rest! Who knew something as cheap as garlic would be a cure.


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Posted by Phil (Toronto, Ontario) on 04/06/2007
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Ok well i resently got my hair cut for a hockey tournament, in the form of a mohawk, just for laughs. Afterwards i discovered a large mole on the back of my head, about a 1/4 of an inch in diameter. This mole was in plain site and because i attend high school i felt it necessarie to remove it as soon as possible if possible. I used the garlic remedy, taped small amount of garlic to the mole on my head. after two days of sleeping with it and keeping it on during the day i eventualy lost hope and thought maybe since this mole was there since i was a baby it could not be cured. so on the third day i stoped taping the garlic then after my shower i realised it had just fallen off. WOW like i mean wow this realy does work!!!!!!!!! Be careful cause the garlic left quite a burn on my head.


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Posted by Pam (Santa Barbara, CA) on 02/28/2007
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I have many small moles on my torso so I thought I would give some remedies a try. The one I put garlic on was about 3/8 inch big and slightly raised. I squeezed the garlic and put it on a bandaid. It tingled all day so I figured it was working. That evening when I took off the bandaid I saw a burn that was about 3/4 inch round, very sore and inflamed. So I guess the warnings were right. I suspect that my garlic was fresher and stronger than some others. The mole I am trying the iodine cure on is still getting iodine on a bandaid twice a day - nothing different after 4 days. The little cluster of moles I am using coconut oil on are unchanged after 4 days. I'll keep you posted. But anyone who is trying the garlic cure should use some unpetroleum jelly to surround the mole and prevent burning. Good luck,


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Posted by Trisha (Singapore) on 01/26/2007
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My mom had a 1 inch diameter mushroom like mole that would fester. she had it for over 30 years..at the side of her breast. when she was in her 70s she heard about garlic and started taking it to lower her high blood pressure, she would take 2-3 cloves every night ( chopped finely and tucked into her mouth like a pill, & swallowed it down with a glass of sweet drink.. ) after 6 months she realized that the mole started to dry up -no more festering- and after a year it started shrinking and simply flaked off bit by bit..after 2 years it completely dissapeared, todate it is only a dot left. completely cured what could have been cancerous ? she continues to take 3 cloves of garlic daily, to keep her blood pressure down, she is 84 years old, lives alone in a flat in Malaysia. she is very lucid and keeps abreast of CNN's daily news cast. due to garlic ? all reasons point in that direction.


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Posted by Debbie (Georgia) on 01/09/2007
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garlic - 1 clove a day for 2 weeks - have just switched to garlic tablets - one equate odorless per day. Hope these work as well as the real thing. My husband has been taking one clove of garlic a day for 2 weeks for bloodpressure. One side effect that we did not expect was his skin improvement. He had around 10 flat dark color moles on his back and one wart on his lower chest that he has had for many years. Two days ago I was scratching his back and noticed that the moles were flaking off. I began to brush them off and there appears to be healthy skin was underneath. His skin also appears pinker and healthier. He noticed that the mole on his lower chest is also gone. I have never heard of this side effect of garlic and I am amazed at the change in his skin. I just hope it is improving the inside as much as it has the outside.


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Posted by Kyle (Watford) on 12/29/2006
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Garlic made my skin mole smaller but red marks came up under it.


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Posted by Charlene (Australia) on 12/27/2006
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Thanks for the great suggestion. And after a more research from the Heathboard.com forum, I decided to take the plunge. It worked in 8 days. Scabbed in 4 and dropped off in 4. I am so grateful to this website. I am also a believer of home remedies and believe that science still has a lot of catching up to millions of years of experience.



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