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What are different home remedies for Warts?

• Warts are small, usually painless growths on the skin.
• The typical wart is a raised round or oval growth on the skin with a rough surface.
• These are caused by a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV).
• Most, but not all, are generally harmless.
• Warts can be disfiguring and embarrassing.
• Sometimes they itch or hurt (particularly on the feet).
• Some warts spread through sex.
• Warts are a common yet seriously unwanted condition.
• This is often treated by cutting, freezing, or burning the affected areas.
• In addition to being highly painful, this method is also known to be wildly ineffective.

Causes for Warts

• All warts can spread from one part of your own body to another.
• They may spread from one person to another, but this is uncommon.
• Treatment is available if you do not like how the wart looks or if it is painful.

Symptoms for Warts

• The spot may be lighter, darker, or black (rare) colored compared to other skin.
• Some warts have smooth or flat surfaces.
• Some warts cause pain, others do not.

Home Remedies for Warts

1. Use Vitamin E Oil
• Apply oil (vitamin E) on the infected skin.
• Put some crushed raw garlic over it.
• Cover it with an adhesive tape.
• The wart will fall within a week.
• Do not keep the same poultice on for the entire week.
• Wash off the crushed garlic paste when you go for a shower.
• Reapply a fresh paste of garlic and use adhesive tape.
• Changing this dressing twice a day for the entire week will ensure hygiene.
• Vitamin E oil will also help to keep the surrounding skin healthy.
• It will prevent the spread of the infection of Warts.

2. Apply Juice
• Make juice from onion slices covered overnight with salt.
• Apply it on the affected area till the warts disappear.
• Apply milky juice of figs’ stem.
• Apply it two to three times a day.
• Apply apple cider vinegar to the affected area using cotton ball.
• Onions have strong antimicrobial agents which help to control infection.
• Salt is a humectants.
• It helps to draw out the moisture and fluids from the slices of onion.
• Salt is also a mild antiseptic.
• The liquid obtained from applying salt to onion slices will have antiseptic properties.
• It will help to control the spread of the Warts.
• Apple cider vinegar is acidic in nature.
• This will help to slough of dead skin cells from the surface of the warts.
• Soak a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and then place it over the wart.
• Apply a small piece of adhesive tape to keep the cotton ball in place.
• This will help to speed up the sloughing off process of the skin.
• Warts will start to shrink in size until they disappear.

Warts Diet

• Eat a diet rich in folic acid and beta-carotene.
• Dark green and leafy vegetables like spinach, cabbage, etc.
• Eat fruits and vegetables like:
– Radish
– Mango
– Squash
– Tomato which are orange, yellow and red in color

Suggestions for Warts

• Avoid cigarettes
• Avoid oral contraceptives
• Using condoms prevents the transmission to some extent
• Take Pap test regularly

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