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Got Genital Warts? Here's How You Get Rid of the Buggers!

Updated on January 13, 2011

Being diagnosed with genital warts is devastating. After my diagnosis I cried at the gynecologist. I felt used, betrayed, hopeless and stupid. I got it and did not have sex with the person I engaged with. We simply, as R. Kelly would sing it, bumped and grind.

 What are genital warts you may ask? Per Wikipedia Genital warts also known as venereal warts, anal warts and anogenital warts is a highly contagious sexually transmitted disease caused by some sub-types of human papillomavirus (HPV). They resemble cauliflowers. Some can be big and some can be small.

About 8 months after initial contact with the virus, a white bump appeared in the area in between my anus and vagina. Then, another one popped up. And, then with in a month I had them all over. They were on my labia and on my vagina. I think I had about 7 of them.

I quickly went to the doctor. She deadened the area with a local painkiller and cut them off. The GWs on my labias went away and never returned. But, the buggers between my vagina and anus decided to hang around off and on for 10 years.

I have tried everything on the market. I have had surgery. I have read a million books and have learned so much. And, have applied so many things. Stress and diet are huge culprits for me. The idea is to keep your immune system strong. Viruses are blood disorders so I have focused on cleaning my blood and major elimination channels and have adopted a more alkaline body. Disease and viruses can not live in a highly alkaline body. Disease and viruses flourish in an acidic body.

Needless to say, the diagnosis changed my life. I did so many things and some would work for awhile but they always seemed to come back. There were seasons where I wouldn’t have a bout with the GWs for almost a year and then boom if I failed to eat correctly or stressed out...they would show up!

But, ironically one day in my kitchen with a bunch of herbal remedies book I concocted a solution of castor oil plus a combination of essential oils along with apple cider vinegar that have kept the monsters at bay.  I still can’t believe it. I feel so beautiful. I basically apply the castor oil blend morning, mid-day, and evening for about 5 days. This will soften them. Then, at night, I soak a cotton swab with apple cider vinegar. I used Bragg’s organic but any one will do. I left the cotton swab on overnight. I promise you the next day the warts got smaller. The castor oil makes them swell and kind of pulls them up. But, the vinegar eats them away. After I applied the ACV that following day I used the castor oil solution again for two days. Then again I applied the ACV.

I applied the ACV two times a week and the Castor oil solution three times a day for two months. For me, the warts disappeared within two weeks. But, that doesn’t mean they are gone. You have to keep applying everything for awhile to insure they are really gone. Even now that they are gone I still apply the Castor oil blend as a precaution.

Again, it has worked for me. I hope it works for everyone. I also pray, meditate and do yoga every morning. I also visualize my vagina as being free of all warts. I recently forgave the person who gave it to me. I found out I was allergic to over 20 foods which was impairing my immune system and now have a new allergy free diet which has helped. I take immune strengthening herbs.

I have dealt with the matter as holistically as possible. I constantly reminded myself that the warts are simply warts that just happen to be on my private. No biggie.

Reclaim your life. Get to the root of the matter physically and mentally. And, examine how you manage stress. Stress brings them on.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. I am here to help. Bless.

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      James 

      4 years ago

      What essential oil did you use?

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      Tracey 

      4 years ago

      I have been divorced for 5 yrs and just recently I got with someone and this white bumps popped up now my boyfriend is saying he wants to be friends but cant be with me I made an appt what can I do I never had this problem before

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      Grammie Gerri 

      4 years ago

      WHAT is/are the antiviral essential oil(s)?

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      Barry 

      4 years ago

      You forgave him? ...you should murder the bastard.

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      Laney 

      4 years ago

      What was the ingredients of the castor oil and essentials

      Oils that you blended?

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      Paul 

      5 years ago

      I got my warts a different way, when I was 10 or 11 I had a severe outbreak on my fingers and they spread. The warts on my hands and fingers went away after various treatments, but unfortunately the ones that went below deck have come and gone for the past 25 years. I hate it so much and I try to keep them in check. There is always two at anyone time and I have refrained from any real sexual activity and haven't had a girl friend. I've tried ACV on numerous occasions with mixed results.

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