A wart is a skin lesion in the form of a tubular process. Its size can vary from a few millimeters to 2-3 cm. This growth is usually not a problem, but for many it is an aesthetic problem. Warts most often appear at the hands, neck, eyelids and abdomen. They can be removed by laser, electrocoagulation (burning) or freezing. Fortunately, there is also an effective home-based way to get rid of them. And this is … apple cider vinegar.
– Wash the skin around the wart with mild soap and water. Before the first treatment, it is best to soak the wart in soapy water for 15 minutes, gently wiping the growth with a soft brush.
– Dry the wart and the surrounding skin. Then moisten a cotton swab with apple cider vinegar and squeeze out any excess liquid. Place the swab directly on the wart and secure. Leave for 15 minutes. After this time, remove the bandage and wash the skin with water.
– Repeat this procedure more than 3 times a day for several days (not more than a week). The wart will begin to dry and darken until it falls. If the growth is large, there is a risk of a scar in its place. To avoid this, lubricate the skin with Aloe Vera gel or calendula ointment.
Warning! If you want to remove the warts on the eyelids or around the eyes, take extra care or choose another method. Apple cider vinegar can irritate the eyes.
Turtlenecks, or small unappetizing growths, commonly found on the feet and hands, are a condition caused by human papillomavirus and are contagious. Fortunately, there are several proven ways to eliminate them
– One is the use of Swallow Grass, also known as celandine. This grass is common, and we can find it under every slightly overgrown fence. If we break the stem, we will notice that yellow milk emerges from the inside, which should be greased with a diseased area and then covered with a patch. However, be careful not to get milk into your mouth because it is poisonous.
– Also easily accessible dandelion, of course, everyone knows these characteristic yellow flowers, usually considered weeds. In this case, we also use stem milk, lubricating the affected areas several times a day.
– Swimming in the sea is great for warts, but if we do not have the opportunity, we can cook a small sea in our own house. Pour 0.2 kg of salt into each liter of water into a bowl of hot water and dip your hands into this solution for about half an hour, repeating the procedure day after day until the symptoms disappear.
We can also make custom wraps at home. Cut the lemon pulp into small pieces that are approximately the size of a wart. The pieces are filled with vinegar and left for about 12 hours, after which we remove the lemon and apply to the sore places, and then apply a patch on it. We change the wrappers several times a day for fresh. If you want to enhance the effect of lemon with vinegar, you can soak your hands in warm soapy water before applying the compress to keep the warts slightly moist.
We can also make wrappers of fresh garlic. We grind one tooth and make a pulp of it, which we put on the wart and cover with plaster.
– Tea tree oil is a well-known and readily used method of treating a variety of harmless diseases, including warts. Just lubricate them several times a day, even at night. Repeat the grease every day for at least two weeks.
– Another way is to prepare a household wart fluid, which should contain vinegar and sunflower oil in a 1: 1 ratio. Liquid should be applied to the warts as often as possible during the day.
– Interestingly, wrapping the raw cauliflower deep inside, which we apply to the wart and attach with a bandage, is also fine.
As above, we can make a slice of banana.
– And even tasteless of all methods, that is, the spread of warts in the urine. This may sound awful, but it can produce excellent results, which is confirmed by all who use urination.