Using Natural Remedies To Get Rid of Warts
When it comes to getting rid of your warts you will notice that most treatments include an ingredient called salicylic acid. You can buy these products in the form of gel, ointment, liquid and even adhesive pads that contain the substance. Not only will you want to treat warts naturally for the sake of beauty but also your wellbeing. It’s not like removing wrinkles, warts are a sign that there is something wrong in the body, notably a virus. Warts are also very embarrassing for people and often they suffer in silence.
You should never use salicylic acid products if you have diabetes or a problem with your immune system. If you don’t have any such conditions, and you do use them, do so with caution. The product will come with instructions so please make sure you follow them.
If you need to avoid using salicylic acid then you should look for some home remedies. Using about 25,000 i.u. of Vitamin A from fish oil capsules can be beneficial. What you will do is open the capsule and spread the oil on your wart. Carry out this treatment one time per day.
Other oils and juices can be used in a similar way for common warts. Vitamin E oil, castor oil, and clove oil are said to help with common warts. When it comes to liquids that you can rub onto your wart then make use of either milkweed juice, aloevera and the juice of unripe figs. Even dandelion sap has been used.
Tea tree oil, when rubbed on the common wart, is said to melt the wart away in a little over a week. Simply soak your wart for about 20 minutes in tea tree that has been mixed into water. Once you have done this you should then dry your skin and apply some vinegar. You will then need to allow the vinegar to dry and then you should wash you wart again.