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Remedies For Warts

Updated on December 30, 2011

Warts no more

So you have warts, and your being searching for REAL remedies for warts that work?

Of course you have because no on likes warts, but if truth be told there are not many REAL remedies for warts available that actually get rid of warts for good!

Well at least remedies for warts that will actually help you get rid of warts without scaring, pain, and doing crazy little things!

But more about that in a minute or two.

What are warts? Well i shouldn't i have to go to much into that if you have them because if you do 9 times out of ten times, you know what they are if you have them!

But for the few that are not for sure i will give you a brief description explaining to you what warts are and how they look.

Warts on hand

What are warts

Warts are actually small, skin-colored, abrasive lumps on the skin and they are generally the consequence of virus referred to as the human papilloma virus (HPV). Quite often warts are typically harmless, however they can look terrible.

Warts are usually not painful, even though occasionally certain kind of warts can be. Warts usually transpire on the hands or fingers and also in places that you absolutely don't want them like in your private areas amongst other places which i will get into in a minute. These types of warts can be very dangerous and can lead to serious problems if not treated!

How do you get warts

There are many ways one could get warts, however generally warts are transferred from one person to another, and in some cases indirectly.

You can get warts from unprotected sex, sitting down on a toilet behind an individual who had warts, shaking hands with someone who has genital warts and didn't clean their hands, and quite simply by not taking care of yourself and having a low immune system which enables the virus or any virus to attack you.

Although certain warts frequentlydisappearwithout treatment over a period of several months to years. But a majority of warts wont vanish and the only way to get rid of them is to address the situation.

Now there are home remedies for warts, although some are painful, and some even leaves scars, but at least you will get rid of the wart

Home Remedies for Warts

1) Fresh Aloe vera juice

2) Duct tape

3) Milkweed a weed that is found normally in North America.

4) Onions are also useful in warts because they irritate the skin and rouse the circulation of the blood.

5) Indian herb squill

6) The herb dandelion is valuable Home Remedy for Warts.

7) Raw potatoes

8) Crushed garlic

Now as strange as these home remedies for warts may seem, they will help you to get rid of warts.

But on the other hand, although they will help you to get rid of warts in applying some of these methods they will leave scars, be painful, hard to find, and worse the wart will come back in most cases because all you have done when using these methods for getting rid of warts is only address the issue of the wart that has grown because of the virus itself!

So if your like me and want permanent results, don't like pain, and don't like going all over town to find something. You can go to remedies for warts, where you will truly learn how to get rid of ALL TYPES of warts FOR GOOD!





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      Kate P 

      6 years ago from The North Woods, USA

      Rated up, interesting, and useful. I've never heard of these remedies, but if they work it's much better than using horrible chemicals. Great hub!

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