May 19, 2008
Break open a dandelion root. Apply the white milky sap to the wart and allow to dry. Several applications will likely be required.
Robert Sewell from Niagara, ON, Canada
Mixture of wormwood, black walnut, clove oil, honey
May 11, 2008
Get tincture of Wormwood and back walnut- put some drops of olive oil... - either mix this with honey that is a carrier... put on wart... will be gone in about two days.... works well with most warts except for seed warts that take longer..
deb reinhardt from illinois USA
How to get ride of Genital Warts.
May 06, 2008
You will need to use one of the two following internal remedies in
combination with one of the External Remedies below.
Internal Remedy One: Garlic (Pills or Cloves)
Get some Garlic Capsules from your local store. Take 3 in the morning
and 3 at night for two weeks.
Internal Remedy Two: Apple Cider Vinegar/Baking Soda
This can be quite hard to drink, but you will only have to do it three times a
day for two weeks, this mixture is good for overall health and you might
actually lose weight during this two weeks.
1. Take one medium glass of purified warm water.
2. Mix in 2 Tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar.
3. Mix in ½ teaspoon of Baking Soda
4. Drink it.
Remedy One: Castor Oil and Baking Soda
To use castor oil as a treatment for genital warts, you must clean the affected area with soap and water. Then dry by patting the area with a clean, soft towel until it is dry. Do not rub it with a towel as this will irritate the skin.
Using a cotton swab with a generous amount of castor oil, gently rub the area needing treatment. Make sure you have enough coverage to soak into the warts. It's best not to cover the warts with a bandage at this point because the bandage will soak up the castor oil instead of allowing the skin to absorb it.
Give the area as much air as possible and then reapply. Once you've let the castor oil soak into the affected area, you can cover it with a bandage to keep the area moist or use a round cotton swab used to clean your face. If you use a cotton swab, completely soak the cotton so that the warts stay moist. This will work best!
You'll have to reapply 3 times a day, morning, noon and night. Make sure you schedule your time wisely so that you don't miss a treatment. For this treatment to work effectively, you must make sure that the warts are constantly moistened by the castor oil. Having them dry out again will slow down the process.
You may be in a rush to see results, however, you must be patient and allow the castor oil to penetrate to the root of the warts. With repeated application, you will see the warts eventually start to dry up, shrink and then disappear. If you feel the area begin to itch, don't be alarmed. It means the infected area is starting to heal.
This method works well for warts that are small and soft in nature.
However, if you have genital warts that are harder and large, you made need to use the "supercharged" method below which involves scratching and adding baking soda to the castor oil.
Natural Cures from Cali
Cure for Planter or seed warts on feet
April 18, 2008
Take the inside of a banana peel and place it on the Planter's wart tape it securely onto the foot, change it daily and put new banana peel inside the bandage. At fisrt it will look worse, as it will start to pull the black seeds (planter) wart from deep inside of the foot. It will be gone in a week or two, depending on how deep or large the wart. Dr.'s usually will burn or dig it out, but this will work instead for sure!
Sioux from Phoenix, Az.
Iodine & Bacon
February 29, 2008
Put a drop or 2 of iodine on your wart and a small piece of raw bacon. Use a band-aid to hold the bacon on. This really works, it's my grandpa's remedy. I know people who have had them frozen off and cut off just to have them re-appear and then tried this and it worked. Good luck to all you unfortunate warts.
Eric Stang from Minneapolis, MN
Apple Cider Vinegar on cotton ball
February 29, 2008
Effectively removed very deep warts off the bottom of the foot. Every night I wet a cotton ball with apple cider vinegar and used bandage tape to secure it to the foot. After a week the youngest warts began to turn black and fall off. It did take a long time for the really deep ones to finally totally die (about 13 weeks) but they are all gone. An excellent non toxic cure!
Sandy from Portland, OR USA
February 23, 2008
Banana skin applied to a wart can work wonders.Here's how:
: *Wash and dry the wart and surrounding skin.
: *Cut a suitable-sized piece of unripe banana skin and put it on wart.
: *Fix it in place with a sticking plaster and leave it on for up to eight hours.
: *Remove,wash and repeat.
*After a couple of weeks the wart should fall off.
Siobhan from Perth,Wa,Australia
Eliminating genital warts from the penis
February 21, 2008
Simply take a pair of tweezers,clamp as much of the wart as u possibly can lift on it and hold a cigarette lighter to it for a combined 5 to 10 seconds. It'll swell at least 2 to 3 times the size, turns black and disappears! Painful but works like a charm! No discomfort afterwards either. Note fire has to touch the wart completely !!!!!!
Anonymous from Burlington NC
Ducktape & super glue
January 12, 2008
Put super glue on a peice of ducktape & place it on wart it leave it on for a week the wart will suffacate & go awway.
Errica H. from Fl. USA
The Humble Potato
December 19, 2007
If you have a wart or multiple warts, here's a sure safe remedy to get rid off them. Take a potato slice off a small portion then rub the wart with it for a while, use the same potato three or four times a day each time slicing it so as to use it afresh. If this is done daily for a few days you will find your wart gone!!!!
ains priesty from Rajasthan India
Tea Tree Oil
December 12, 2007
I had a couple of warts on my thumb that I tried everything to remove without success until someone suggested tea tree oil. Just dab some on every morning and night until gone (a few weeks). You may want to cover loosely with a bandaid. This worked great for me and there was no pain. A few drops of tea tree oil in your shampoo can help to prevent head lice as well. Good luck!
Launa from OR