Can Warts be Removed Naturally?
Warts can certainly be removed naturally.
Warts can be annoying and embarrassing for those who have to put up with them.
Where do warts appear and what are they?
These growths can appear most anywhere on the skin.
They are benign skin growths, most come from the human papillomavirus (HPV), which infects the top layer of skin and causes it to grow rapidly, creating a wart. When you touch someone else who has warts, the virus can enter the skin through a cut or other skin damage. Warts can also be spread by sharing towels, razors or other personal care items.
While anyone can develop warts, it is more likely in children, teens and those with a weakened immune system.
What are the different types of warts?
Each type has a different appearance. Each type can appear on different parts of the body.
Common warts: These are most likely to appear on the hands. They have a rough, dome-shaped appearance and are gray-brown in color.
Plantar warts: These are very infectious and grow on the soles of the feet or under the toes. They are hard and thick with dark specks and can be very painful when you walk.
Flat warts: These can grow on the face, arms and legs. They’re small with flat tops. They are usually light yellow, brown or pink in color.
Filiform warts: These can grow on the face - usually around the mouth, nose or chin. They are the same color as the skin with thread-like growths protruding from them
Periungual warts: These occur under and around the fingernails and toenails.
The good news is that in lots of cases, warts will disappear without any treatment being needed. However, others will be more stubborn and hang in there for months or even years.
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Here are some suggestions for natural wart removal...
1. Boost your immune system
Warts are caused by a virus so one of the ways to get rid of them is to concentrate on boosting your body’s ability to fight them. Warts will often appear when your are not 100% well - overtired, sick or just worn down. Good quality sleep is important as well as regular exercise. Look for other ways to boost your immune system.
2. Stop the spread
Warts can be spread from person to person and also around your own body through touch. For example, if you touch your wart and then touch another part of your body before washing your hands, you may spread the virus - and notice new warts appearing just days later.
3. Fresh pineapple
Apply fresh pineapple directly to the wart several times a day. The natural acids and enzymes are said to be helpful in getting rid of it.
Another suggestion is to mix some fresh garlic with water and apply the paste to the wart. Cover the wart with a bandage which should be re-applied every few hours and continued until the wart has disappeared..
5. Baking powder
Mix baking powder and castor oil into a paste, apply to the wart at night and cover with a bandage. Repeat daily. You might find that this is a another natural remedy that could help.
Crush up a Vitamin C tablet and mix with water to make a thick paste. Apply to the wart and cover with a bandage. Another vitamin to try is Vitamin E where you break a capsule, rub on the wart and cover.
7. Aloe vera
If you have access to an aloe Vera plant, break off a fresh leaf and rub the gel onto the wart. The plant contains malic acid. Alternatively, you can use aloe gel from a heath store. Apply and cover the wart, repeating regularly until success is achieved.
Of course one of the easiest ways to remove warts naturally is with this 100% natural product. Made up of the highest quality essential oil and homeopathic ingredients, H-Warts Formula is gentle on the skin and simple to apply.
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