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Home Remedies For Warts

  • The use of castor oil is one of the most important home remedies for warts. This oil should be applied generously over the affected parts every night. The treatment should be continued for several months.
  • Take buckthorn, chaparral, mandrake, mullein, niacin, PABA, red clover, and zinc to eliminate warts.
  • Apply the milky juice exuding from the stems of figs and leaves.
  • Increase the amount of sulfur-containing amino acids in your diet by eating more asparagus, citrus fruits, eggs, garlic, and onions.
  • Take a piece of Banana peel and place it yellow side out on the planter's wart. tape it there over night (24 hours if you can). change the peel every 12 to 24 hours until the wart is gone.
  • Cut fresh pineapple into thin slices. Apply to warts several times a day until they are gone.
  • Apply aloe vera gel, cayenne extract, mandrake tea, or vitamin E oil to affected areas.
  • The oil extracted from the shell of the cashewnut is useful in warts as it is a strong irritant to the skin. It should be applied externally over the affected area in treating this condition.
  • Rub wart with white chalk (school chalk). This dries the wart up and it slowly will disappear.
  • Use tea tree oil to remove warts. It works. Use it for about 7 to 10 days.
  • The herb Indian squill is useful in removing warts. A powder of the bulb of this herb should be applied locally over the affected area for beneficial results.
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