Aloe gel can be used due to its antiviral and antibacterial properties. Smoothing the gel over the warts is thought to help with removal of them. Astragalus can be taken in either capsule or tincture form and is more for strengthening the immune system to help keep warts at bay if you are inured to them.
Black walnut is a popular remedy for treatment of warts in the throat and entrance.
Bloodroot is found in either a tincture or paste and when applied topically is thought to irritate the skin tissue which since leads to removal of warts and skin tags. Comfrey is used to support removal of warts and can be found in either cream or infusion. There are also a quantity of essential oils which are thought to help with wart removal, a combination of oils has been put together into a preparation called ‘warts no more’ and can be purchased at the drug home cooking or pharmacy.
There are also various ‘old fashioned’ remedies that are homeopathic in nature and which can easily be combined to help get rid of warts. Apple cider vinegar is thought to useful when it comes to getting rid of warts. Soaking cotton wool in the vinegar and holding it now the wart with a band – aid is said to remove a wart within a week. Elderberry in liquid form has also been used as a cure for getting rid of warts. 700 mg of elderberry in water 3 times per life span for 6 to 8 weeks is said to shrivel the wart and make it drop off.
Dandelion milk taken from the broken stem or leaf of the common dandelion and spread over the wart then cover with a band – aid and within a week the wart will drop off. Garlic juice applied to the wart twice a day will help the wart to shrivel and fall off in roughly two weeks. When using any homeopathic remedies care should be taken to get the dosage correct if you do wish to undertake a home remedy or herbal remedy; hence, it might be worthwhile seeking the advice of your doctor beforehand.
Warts can occur on the fingers, hands, feet, around the mouth and of course on the genitals and can appear as single bumps or in clusters which resemble a cauliflower. The wart is a virus known since the Human papilloma virus of which there are over 100 different types.
Finding a treatment that works is what is so important for everyone. Studying the different types of warts is important if you want to make sure that you get rid of them ugly things once and for all. Once you begin seeing them disappear you are going to know quickly that you chose the best type of treatment for your warts.
Treating warts is not that difficult but doing it in time is also important. If you are unsure of which type of wart you have then make sure that you do some research about the different types of warts so that you can better understand them.