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Wart Remedies

Tea Tree Oil, DMSO
Posted by Loveroftruth (Indiana) on 07/31/2014
5 out of 5 stars

Another alternative that even works with planters warts is to use a combination of tea tree oil then DMSO to drive it in deeper applied with a cue tip. The wart will begin to dry. Once it does take a small very sharp pocket knife and scrape off the top layer of dead cells till it feels a bit tender and repeat process until gone. This also takes about two weeks or less.


Tea Tree Oil, DMSO
Posted by Mandy (Houston, Texas) on 04/20/2012
5 out of 5 stars

I applied tea tree oil to some small warts I had on my arm and they did go away. Over about 2 weeks time. All I did was apply it every night (or every chance I remembered) and they just seemed to disappear! But, if you have a large wart it will not work, or at least it did not with mine.

IF YOU HAVE A LARGE WART LET ME SUGGEST THIS CHEAP TREATMENT!! SO EXCITING BECAUSE IT IS CHEAP AND WORKED!!! OK I had a BIG wart under my finger finger nail, and I applied everything you can imagine to it!!! And nothing worked!! I was so sad, I could not paint my nails, I kept the nail super short... But, I read some where on the internet that if you chrush an asprin and add a tad bit of water to the asprin and make a paste out of it and applied that to your wart and then put a bandaide over it and let it for 12 hours it would get rid of them.. Well I tried it I did it over a week, and I noticed the texture of the wart looked different, and I kid you not, the wart went away.. It just went away.. I used an emery board on some old skin left on it and it has not came back! This was in Febuary 2 months ago! Try it IT WORKS AND I TRIED EVERYTHING!! :D