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Wart Remedies

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Posted by Freethink (Lima, Peru) on 02/25/2014
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Plantar Warts.

Abrade the exact spot exposing soft fresh skin. Slice fresh garlic and tape to said spot. Change two-three times daily wear sock, again at night with fresh application. (this if from my (traditional medicine doctor) naturopathic doctor. Keep it clean and as skin softens remove to expose fresh layers. Abrade with file, clippers, pumice file, the pumice is explicitly for limited use, discard after warts and get a new one. You must be meticulous!!

Improve diet, include bicarbonate and lime water.


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Posted by Suzanne (Mp, Or, Us) on 02/27/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I wish my mom had known about this when I was a kid and had warts on my hands that the dermatologist would freeze off (extremely painful, like putting a cigarette out on your skin!! ) and it doesn't work, they come back, plus I still have huge scars on my hands :(

So as an adult, when I got a wart on my nose, right before my wedding, I was horrified! I read somewhere about garlic juice to remove warts, so I thought I would try it, and I was amazed! It was very easy, I sliced a fresh clove of garlic and dabbed small amount of the juice on the wart with my fingertip, careful not to touch the healthy skin around it. I did this each night before bed, without covering it and within a couple days the wart turned black and fell off never to return again!! That was 4 years ago!! This website is wonderful!! Thankyou EC!!


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Posted by Nsingh (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire) on 02/22/2011
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Few years ago I had really bad warts, a old neighbour said try a very very thin slice of garlic and tape it on if the pain gets to bad take it off. I done this for 3 days and within a week all my warts were gone. Also if don't want to use tape you can before sleeping rub raw garlic clove for around 5min and won't smell in morning. I had so many warts tried everything from doctors to freezing at hospital and nothing worked they would come back. After doing this they have never returned. Thank God


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Posted by Robyn (PERTH, Australia) on 12/29/2007
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Crushed Garlic Cure for Warts. Some time ago I had two warts appear on my nose. They seemed to increase in size quite quickly. GP tells me to come back in two weeks and she will burn them off. I didn't like the sound of that so tried a remedy that I'd heard about. Take fresh garlic cloves and crush them and apply to the warts. Keep on warts for as long as possible until they disappear. I used crushed garlic from the jar I purchased at the supermark and applied the crushed garlic to the gauze part of a bandaid and wore a fresh one every night for two weeks. Warts disappeared. Probably go in quicker time if I had used fresh garlic and used it in the daytime as well as at night.


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Posted by Lori (Clearwater, FL) on 12/14/2006
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My son had a wart on his finger when he was about 3. We tried everything. It would never go away and eventually there was probably about 7 warts that had spread onto his finger. I found on the internet to take a garlic clove and slice a thin piece(s) and put it on the wart with a band-aid over it (it does burn, but it works!). Keep it on there & covered for 24 hours. After that, it should turn into a blister. At that point, the wart is gone. Then just treat the blister with ointment. The warts are gone and have never come back.