Mole Remedies

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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.


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.


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.


Posted by Anonymous on 12/25/2006
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I had a small mole on my arm that the doctor wanted to cut off, it was turning a strange shape and was red in parts. I was booked for getting it cut off, but in the meantime had found that taping a slice of garlic to it can help. I taped it on and refreshed it a few times a day, within a few days the actual mole had lifted out and there was a hole there where the problem part of the mole was!) i showed the doctor and he was surprised but there was no need to remove it.

Replied by Dee
Randburg, South Africa
03/09/2009
1 out of 5 stars

Warning

Some people rarely understand WHY it is important to get moles looked at. Your mole was becoming red and sore before you applied anything to it, the reason the doctors do an "excesion" of that mole is to send it in for testing, to see if it is cancerous 99% of the time it is, if it has started bleeding or changing on its own. Yes you dropped the mole off - but only on the surface. IT IS VERY DANGEROUS to mess with ones that have begun to change and not get it sent in for testing. Malignant melanoma is a highly deadly cancer. Doing what you did you risk the chance of it going into stage 3-4 without even knowing, to which the survival rate at most is 5 years.

WARNING TO ALL - if your mole has begun to change, dont mess with it, i know it leaves a small scar if they cut it off, but its important it gets looked at.


Posted by Mac (Sydney) on 10/18/2006
5 out of 5 stars

Garlic stuck on with tape cured moles that i hated. Thanku all for helping us, but for the people who it didn't work for -- U DID IT WRONG!


Posted by A Edwards on 06/14/2006
1 out of 5 stars

I tried the Garlic and Apple Cider Vinegar remedy. It did not work!! it left a big big scar down the side of my face and the mole did not disappear. i suggest you use petroleum jelly around the skin (vaseline) if you wanted to do this remedy

Replied by We'll See What Happens
Miami, Fl, Usa
12/22/2010

Okay, so I've been looking up all these different ways to get rid of moles and I decided to try the garlic one. After my decition was made I got garlic cut it up into tiny pieces, put lotion on the skin around my mole and secured the garlic with medical tape. On day one it just stung a bit. Today is day to and this morning it looked like nothing was really happening except that it actually looked bigger and before it was flat and at that moment it was kind of bolgy looking. Then I rememberd reading that people skrated their moles with needles first, so I did that and put new garlic on. I've had the garlic on all day and it still looks like it did this morning! Still worse >:( maybe I should just let it breath for a bit.... Btw guys It did darkin my surounding skin... I'm keeping my hopes high so hopefully it'll get better.. Oh yeah! Almost forgot, dont think you'll be able to hide the smell cause theres NO WAY to hide it.... You'll smell and smell like garlic allll day and night :/ But God willing this will work and not keep making it worse... I'll try to keep you guys posted as the days go by, any sugestions???.... Best of luck!!!


Posted by Susan (Lubbock, TX) on 04/21/2006
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I am in the process of removing a mole on my arm. I know it is working because it stings. It actually blistered up and broke. Now the skin in drying up. I am sure it will remove this lifetime ugly mole. Yeh!


Posted by Ahmad (Sidney) on 04/09/2006
5 out of 5 stars

hey i tried the garlic remedy i put it on the mole and it started stinging. i slept with it an i realized it was smaller.


Posted by James on 05/25/2005
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I have been using the garlic cure for about 3 days and though it seems to have shrunk, there is also a small yellow lump appearing just beneath it were garlic has also been touching the skin. I don't know if this ok or should i stop.

Replied by Ronald
New York, U.s.a.
01/16/2010

This probably works. Just for those that have scars from this apply lemon juice to help remove the scar. This also works with the apple cider vinegar. Also i was wondering if anyone who did the apple cider vineger if there moles came back?


Posted by Linda (Scarborough, NY)
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Moles. I had several moles that I wanted gone. I taped a small piece of garlic over the mole, scraping the flat side of the garlic that touches the mole so the juice can get onto it. I slept with this garlic remedy and kept it on during the day. Within two to three days, the mole, in each case, disappeared completely, leaving only a small indentation where the mole once was. The skin is now pink and healthy. (If something looks really suspicious, however, do go see a doctor. You might try this first and see if it works


Posted by T.S (United Kingdom)
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Not being confident about wearing a swimsuit because of a number of moles on my back I am so happy that I stumbled across this quick and effective remedy to curing moles. It works. I was a bit sceptical but after treating a mole on my back and finding out for myself that it does work I will be tackling the others too. Next summer I will be able to wear a swimsuit with confidence.


Posted by James (Belfast, Ireland)
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A mole on my left cheek. It stings so I knew it was going to work, after the garlic dried a bit I cut it up and crushed it, I thought to add some vinegar to it which worked perfectly because it is an acid it works with the iodine to beat the mole! Make sure to crush it and put a bit of vinegar in, get a bit of kitchen role and scrunch it up, soak up the vinegar and make sure you get some garlic, the garlic sticks to the mole and works even better. USE IT IT WORKS.


Posted by Sanjay (Leicester, UK)
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i kept crushed garlic on the mole and covered it with a bandage and left it over night but it got worse, my skin was burnt by the garlic.


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Posted by Tassi (Berkeley, Ca) on 09/09/2016
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I just happened to notice this post and feel obliged to comment because of the use of Vitamin A.

Posted by Glenn (Rohnert Park,CA) on 03/31/2007

A nevus is little black pigmented spot on the skin, sometimes called a beauty spot. Mine was flat, about 6-7 mm in diameter and near my neck and slightly elevated. It's been there for probably 20 years.

I dipped a q-tip in 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide and applied it to the nevus only for a few seconds and then mopped the excess with the dry end of the q-tip. It burned a little, especially on later applications. I applied liquid vitamin A a few minutes afterwards to decrease the burning and promote healing. I did 3-4 applications over a period of a week. It fell off completely after a week and has not returned. My wife was very impressed. I'm not recommended this approach, but simply reporting my personal experiment. I've been experimenting with Bill Munro's inhaling approach for a little over a week. It appears to be working well. My energy has just about doubled and I'm breathing much better at night.

Since about 1990, my parents came up with the use of vitamin A to clear up all kinds of flat skin blemishes, from "age spots" to keratoses to moles and perhaps-skin-cancers, and it has worked pretty well. My dad said he heard or read that Vitamin A kills cancer, if you can "get the protein coating that is protecting it off", so he smashed up some fresh garlic and applied it to the spot, having first created a mask to shield the surrounding healthy skin by cutting up some fabric band-aid material (I say fabric band-aids because other band-aids can damage the skin of the face. You may need to experiment.) so as to leave a hole the size of the spot to be treated, and applying the material around the spot.

Then the procedure is:

Put a small heap of well-smashed garlic puree on top of the exposed area and then cover it all with a big enough piece of fabric-band-aid material to hold the garlic mound in place (you may have to practice a time or two to get all this right, at first, and you may have to get creative with how you cut the pieces of sticky stuff and apply it to make the mask).

You are going to leave this on for "overnight" or up to 24 hours -- although the garlic probably loses its effect after 8-10 hours, and that is the best time to take it off. It is good if you have hot enough garlic that you feel a burn, but often there is no sensation at all, and if you do feel a burn it is short-lived and no big deal. In fact, you should press on the mound of garlic when the burning stops and try to sustain the burn-time.

Now, the most important part, after removing the garlic: Have a capsule of vitamin A and a fresh band-aid ready before you remove the garlic and all the band-aid stuff from the skin. (You want vitamin A from fish oil.) Pierce the capsule and as soon as you remove the garlic etc, immediately drip vitamin A on the spot that you treated with the garlic, and then also put some vitamin A on the bandage part of your fresh band-aid and place that over the spot to cover it.

Leave it on for at least a day. After you remove it, you may get a blister. This is good. When the blister dries up and falls off, you will have cleared up the problem. --Sometimes it takes repeating the process a couple of times to completely clear it.

(PS -- I have no idea if this will work for skin tags, BTW. I would try iodine first.) This should go under moles or skin cancers. If I get time, I will add it.

EC: Thank you, Tassi! No need to re-post. We have put your feedback on the moles page (rather than the skin tags page).


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Posted by Bernadette (London, UK) on 04/01/2008
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I have a number of moles. Three weeks ago I was excited to find possible home remedies within your site. (My GP's refused to get them removed as the procedure would be considered cosmetic.) I started treating 3 of my moles with garlic immediately, (just a slither to cover them exactly) and cleaning with H2O2 6%. The largest one, which was on my face, took really well to the treatment. Within days, it flattened and went soft and black. The area surrounding became inflamed. I believe this is not due to contact with the garlic, H2O2, plasters or micropore. It is simply the area reacting to what is going on. I then found out that you should only do one mole at a time (Immune system) so I kept up treating the one on my face and 'just' put ACV on 2 of the others (probably a mistake.) Anyway the one on my face started to form a yellow crust around the edges and 'dry out'. I did feel a bit sick for two days as I think my body was absorbing and processing the contents. On the 10th day it came off while I was cleaning it with H2O2. (It was just like a thick piece of dead skin) It is now day 17 and the skin is slightly pink and VERY tender. There is no crater though and I think this is because I didn't pick it at all. I let it do its thing and grow skin underneath. (VERY important.) However I think that a new mole maybe growing again! Nonetheless I am keeping it clean (H2O2), smothering it in aloe vera gel and keeping it covered. The problem is with the other moles! Once the one on my face fell off, I started to treat one on my inner thigh. It seemed to grow with the garlic treatment so I stuck to ACV. Well I had to stop that as the top came off twice, the mole has got flatter but bigger and turned yellow and the skin around it was coming off and underneath was black! I just went to my GP because I was worried it had turned cancerous or gangrenous. Luckily he said it just looks like an infection. Am now on antibiotics and painkillers (and feel such a fool.) I guess I was lucky with the one on my face. Notably the other mole I was treating I switched to smothering it in aloe vera gel and keeping it covered while I started on my thigh. It seems to be diminishing very slowly. I think this is the safest way to treat moles. Clean with H2O2 and smother with Aloe Vera gel and keep covered. It is a much slower process but much more gentle. If you saw the mess my thigh is in you would agree. My theory is moles might be caused by different things and therefore react differently to treatments. They also react differently depending on the type of body tissue they are in to be honest I do not know why I have an infection. Throughout my treatment process I have been taking 2tsp ACV in 1/2 pt filtered water daily, along with 3 cloves chopped raw garlic daily , and 1000mg Vit C (As ascorbic acid) up to 5 times a day. I also have kept the sites and everything I used very clean.

Replied by Jake
Chicago, USA
04/03/2008

Moles - for Bernadette in London: I think the H2O2 is all you need to get rid of the mole and probably what did the job on your first one. I've taken off several just by applying and scraping with a Q-TIP wet with the h2o2 morning and night for a week or so.

Replied by Bernadette
London, UK
04/10/2008

RE: Mole removal - Update to my 4/1/08 feedback ( Response to comment from Jake from Chicago: No, It definately was the Garlic man, I was listening to my body like you are listening to yours :-)

Infection on thigh going. Left with a hole in my skin, it's not that deep and it is starting to heal nicely. (Mole is gone.)

Mole treated with Aloe Vera going too. It is a bit dry and pink in the surrounding area though. I am going to hold off treating any more until next winter and I am just going to use Aloe Vera gel. (Ah I just discoverd the wonders of the stuff thanks to EC.)

Today, I saw my herbalist (Western) and told him what I've done. He didn't seem surprised. He was aware of the different home remedies. He told me that I was correct in considering each mole might have a different cause, whether it be different kinds of fungus, or virus! 'Experts' are still unsure of the mechanism of cause though. However, that explains the differing responses to diffent treatments.(Which I experienced)

Just wanted to say that I am so grateful that this site exist. It is a wealth of information and has helped changed my lifestyle. I have forwarded a link to everyone I know. I have learnt so much and am treating my body much better as a result. Thankyou 'Earthclinic' founders, and all the EC community who contribute. Over and out.



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