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What are homeopathic remedies for warts? – Part 1

• Warts are small usually painless growths within the skin.
• The common wart is generally a raised growth that is round or oval in shape with a rough surface.
• They are the result of a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV).
• Mostly however , not all, are usually harmless.
• Warts can be disfiguring and embarrassing.
• Sometimes they itch or hurt (particularly on the feet).
• Some warts spread through sex.
• Warts certainly are a common yet seriously unwanted condition.
• This can be treated by cutting, freezing, or burning the affected areas.
• In addition to being highly painful, this kind of is known to be wildly ineffective.

Causes of Warts

• Causative organism
• Transmission
• Age
• Incubation period
• All warts can spread in one portion of your own body completely to another.
• They could spread from person to another, but it is uncommon.
• Treatment is available understand what like what sort of wart looks or if it’s painful.

Symptoms of Warts

• This spot may be lighter or darker.
• It is a rare colored spot when compared to other skin.
• Some warts have smooth or flat surfaces.
• Some warts cause pain, others do not.

Warts Diet and Considerations

• 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

Types of Warts

Common wart : LOCATION
• Arms
• Hands
• Legs
• Feet
• Around nails

Flat wart : LOCATION
• Face
• back of hands

Filiform or Digitate wart : LOCATION
• Beard region
• Neck

Plantar wart : LOCATION
• Ball of foot
• Heel

Mosaic wart
Genital warts

Homeopathic Remedies for Warts

The following homeopathic medicines are prescribed:
• Antim-c
• Bufo
• Calc-c
• Caust
• Cinnab
• Dulc
• Ferr. Pic
• Lyco
• Mag-s
• Nat-c
• Nat-m
• Nit-ac
• Ruta
• Sil
• Staph
• Sul
• Sul-ac
• Thuja

1. ANTIM. CRUD
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• warts are situated especially on hands
• they are hard and horny
• warts are soft or smooth.
• stinging pain
• warts are surrounded by circle of ulcers
• warts are prone to pressure and friction
• suited to individuals who have tendency to grow fat
• warts in individuals who have suppression of eruption or ulcers.
• horny excrescences
• smooth warts
• ulcers breaking out around a wart
• gets worse in warm weather
• feels as if he had eaten too much
• heartburn with good appetite
• children and young people inclined to grow fat
• old people with morning diarrhea
• suddenly become constipated
• alternate diarrhea and constipation
• pulse hard and rapid
• sensitive to the cold

2. CALC. CARB.
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• warts are present on face, neck & upper extremities
• male genitalia
• canthi fingers
• they are black & fleshy
• hard & horny
• sometimes inflamed & painful
• warts tend to suppurate giving an odor of stale cheese
• skin is icy cold to touch
• with cold & profuse perspiration
• patient having history of suppression of eruption
• history of perspiration
• faulty development of bones
• fat and flabby personality
• fair and perspiring
• cold and damp.
Warts are:
– Round
– Soft at base
– Almost the color of skin
– Upper surface hard
– Rough
– Whitish
– Horny
– Wart appears
– Itches
– Bleeds & disappears
– Inflamed
– Stinging
– Suppurating
– Form ulcers

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