How To Remove Warts Naturally?
What Causes Warts?
Warts are basically a benign skin growths that evolve as a lump of skin.
Important Note: You can get infected with this virus if you cut or damage your skin in some way, and then touch someone else who has it. You can also catch the virus by sharing towels, razors, or other personal care items.
How To Remove Wart Naturally?
There are several medical approaches to get rid of the warts but when it comes to natural remedies, here are some ways which are considered quite effective
Boost Your Immune System
When it comes to fighting bacteria and virus, one’s immunity system is the most important shield. Therefore, the stronger the immune system the better protected you are from these virus and bacteria. Getting enough sleep and exercising regularly, and use some potent immune boosters like astragalus, elderberry, olive leaf, vitamin C, zinc, turmeric, and cat’s claw are few tips to improve immunity.
Since Pineapple contains natural acids and enzymes, applying it directly to the wart several times a day will help kill it.
Mix some fresh garlic with water and apply the paste to the wart. Put a bandage on top. Re-apply every few hours and continue until the wart is gone.
Mix baking powder and castor oil into a paste, apply to the wart at night, and cover with a bandage. Repeat until the wart has died. You can also try crushed, fresh basil in the same way—or even mix the two together.
Tea Tree Oil
This potent antibacterial oil has powerful germ-fighting capabilities, and is also known to help treat skin conditions. Apply directly to the wart, then cover with the bandage. Repeat until the wart is gone. You can also mix with clove and/or Frankincense oils for additional power.
Fresh from the actual plant is best. Break off a leaf and rub the gel onto the wart. Aloe contains malic acid, which can help burn away the affected tissue. If you don’t have the plant, get the purest form of aloe you can find. Cover after each application.
Papaya contains an enzyme that digests dead tissue. Make shallow cuts on the surface of an unripe papaya, collect the sap that runs out and let it coagulate. Mix the thickened sap with water, then apply morning and night.