Published On: Mon, Sep 8th, 2014

Natural home remedies for Warts Treatment

Definition: :

Warts are fleshy protuberances or formations of the skin with a rough surface, but with a tendency to move irregular. They can have different shapes and sizes. Some are almost flat, very small and can sprout in groups, especially in the hands (most common in childhood and adolescence), while others can go and have isolated a large volume (the older people usually have very loud) The smaller and in clusters or groups Warts often disappear.
Most are caused by a virus (human papillomavirus)

In addition to the hands may appear on the soles of the feet, knees, face and even in the genitals.

Etiology or Causes of Warts :

The proliferation of warts is often associated with our defense or state of our immune system. Therefore, the virus will always affect us more when we are weakest. Other warts (genital) are usually caused by infection of a venereal disease.

Conventional treatment for wart removal :

Dermatologists often, as appropriate, removing warts with cryotherapy or dry (sort of vapor or liquid so cold that the dry)

Natural therapies for wart removal :

Homeopathy: is perhaps the most effective natural therapy for warts. Since the nineteenth century homeopaths, doctors have termed them “verrugueros doctors” and that homeopathy is often very effective for warts. The most effective homeopathic remedy warts usually the Thuya. At our pharmacy we will tell dilution and dosage as it depends on each case and prepare each laboratory. It is also often applied in the form of Thuya homeopathic tincture or ointment twice daily. It is one of the natural remedies for warts simpler and more efficient. Of course the warts can be of many types and the doctor or homeopath will tell us what is the appropriate remedy to our cause.

Oligotherapy: usually recommended Copper-Gold-Silver when it coincides with the appearance of warts that our defenses are very petite and felt exhausted (recurrent infections, long time on antibiotics, etc.)

Diet and nutrition for warts

  • Some experts recommend decreasing the amount of saturated fat and animal protein.
  • In general should eat plenty of foods rich in sulfur (garlic, broccoli, onions, Brussels sprouts and cabbage)
    Vegetables rich in vitamin A or beta-carotene care of our skin and our mucous (apricot, pumpkin, carrots, etc.)
  • Zinc is a mineral that looks after our immune system so I in case of warts would not hurt to increase the consumption of seeds or pumpkin seeds, bee pollen, etc.
  • Selenium is not always convenient when we want something degenerate. Remember that warts can eventually become cancerous. So keep in mind the walnuts and garlic.
  • A cleansing diet fruit detoxifies and bring us many antioxidant nutrients. Monodieta This could be done for several days depending on the case and the person (consult your doctor or specialist)

Herbs or medicinal plants for warts :

Celandine (Chelidonium majus L.) is also known as verruguera grass as it is of medicinal plants to improve work. When you cut a piece of Celandine this lets go a kind of milky substance that we apply to the warts. To be applied once a day and cover the area.

Dandelion: is another herb used in some places to treat warts. When we have to cut flowers near the stem of the flower that also give off a milky substance. Apply it twice daily.

Natural remedies or home remedies for removing warts:

Garlic: is one of the most used natural remedies for warts, especially when the warts are large. Apply on the skin with a plaster or plaster a hole in its center to protrude the wart and change around the area is fully covered. Rub the peeled garlic wart for 4 to 5 minutes, twice daily. The skin around the wart is protected garlic as it can be irritating to the “normal” skin. Some people instead of rubbing the wart you do is leave a layer of chopped garlic on the wart and cover with yet another band-aid or tape and are changing that bit of garlic every day. While we can take twice a day garlic pearl (see dosage on the package) or eating 1 raw garlic. Typically the wart to “drying up” and finish disappearing.

Milk or latex figs, when we cut a fig when it is small (it is green) we see that its stem (which binds with twig fig) leaves a kind of white creamy milk. You have to rub the wart with it twice a day for ten days.

The snail: is a herbal remedy slime or goo that off and we can apply two or three times a day on the warts. Today it is possible to find creams made ​​from this product.

Juice or cabbage juice: apply it on the warts with a gasita two or three times a day.

Pineapple: internal or tender part of this fruit applied to the warts is usually very effective. Apply a patch directly on the warts trying not to touch the skin healthy. We can cover with a plaster or surgical tape. In the morning wash with warm water and left in place another piece until the next day. Continue until they disappear.

Other treatments, or folk remedies for warts :

Raw onion: rub the wart with a piece of sliced ​​raw onion, twice a day, usually works very well. We can leave it on all day that there telilla between a layer of onion and other. Cover and change it twice a day until they disappear.

Castor oil: apply a few drops of the oil on the warts twice daily for one month, and evaluating the results.

The raw potato or potato: rubbing the warts may also work.

Test for two weeks.

Precautions applied remedies for Warts :

When we apply any substance to the warts we must be careful to observe how they react both the warts and the skin around it as there are skin types that just can not tolerate certain remedy in more natural it may be.
When in doubt or appearance of discomfort is better to stop treatment and consult with your doctor or specialist.

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