Warts
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Wart Remedies

Milkweed
Posted by Hogpainter (West Salem, OH) on 08/09/2006
5 out of 5 stars

I had thirteen warts on my hands and a planters wart on my heel. Dr.s could not get rid of them. I found the milkweed cure. tried it and it worked. I've since recomended it to many, including my own children. all with the same sucess. The easiest way we found to use it is to apply the milk from a milkweed pod to a bandaid and apply it once a day for two weeks to each wart to be removed. Guarantee this to work! The reason for the bandaid is two fold. First the milk is sticky and accumulates lint when exposed. The second is the milk dries white and is very obvious in a situation we would rather not be drawing attention to. Try it -- you won't be disappointed!


Milkweed
Posted by Sherri (Farmington,NY)
5 out of 5 stars

When I was a young girl, I had a wart on my knee. My Grandfather had me put the milk from the milkweed plant on my wart. I did this once a day for about a couple weeks. The wart disappeared and never came back!


Milkweed
Posted by Bob (Milford, NH)
5 out of 5 stars

I had a wart on my hand and I applied the milk from the milkweed plant a couple of times a day for a couple of weeks at the age of 10 and have not had a wart there since! That was 40 years ago!