Warts Home Remedies

March 17 21:24 2019 Print This Article

A wart is generally a small, rough tumour, typically on hands and feet, that resembles a cauliflower. The incubation period of a wart is 2 to 9 months following infection with the human papilloma virus (HPV), during which time an excessive proliferation of skin growth slowly develops. Anybody can get warts, but kids get them more often than adults do. Lots of kids get warts, although some kids never get any warts at all. Genital warts (condylomata acuminata or venereal warts) are the most easily recognized sign of genital HPV infection. They can appear anywhere on the skin, but technically only those on the sole are properly called plantar warts. Certain types of warts, depending on location and cause, can be contagious from region to region, but are not transferable between species.

Home Remedies for Warts

Below are presented a few Warts cure home remedies:

  • In the morning put the piece of onion over the wart, and use a bandaid to hold it in place. Keep the piece of onion on your wart all day.
  • Apply vitamin E oil to the surrounding skin, then crush a clove of raw garlic, place it on the wart, and cover it with an adhesive bandage.
  • Before you go to bed, apply a fresh piece of onion that had been soaked during the day.
  • Cut fresh pineapple into thin slices. Apply to warts several times a day until they are gone.
  • Massage the area with castor oil twice a day.
  • Apply the milky juice exuding from the stems of figs and leaves.
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