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Hi Deborah, I have an 8 yr old with 25-30 warts on his hands going on 2 yrs. On

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    Rory Chaneyposted 7 years ago

    Hi Deborah,
    I have an 8 yr old with 25-30 warts on his hands going on 2 yrs.  One is HUGE.  We tried

    all the over the counter remedies but they have not worked.  We also had them 'burned' off by a doctor at which point they came back with a VENGENCE! I am currently putting tea tree oil on the warts and bought a bottle of collodial silver.  I am a little nervous about the collodial silver because I have heard of negative side effects.   That brings me to you about the coq10...what dosage would I give to  my son?  He weighs about 55-60 lbs and is 8 yrs old.  I would trust the advice of a mom who has used this method with their own child smile .  Any advice is greatly appreciated!

  2. Deborah Demander profile image92
    Deborah Demanderposted 7 years ago

    Hi Rory,
    I am currently giving my seven year old son 100mg Nature Made Co-Q10. It costs about $12 at Wal-Mart. I give him one tablet daily.
    In the last three weeks, I have seen the small warts get smaller. Even the large one is noticeably smaller.
    Hope this works for you.
    Welcome to Hubpages.

  3. creation75 profile image56
    creation75posted 7 years ago

    Chop one raw onion in a dish, cover with salt and leave overnight. Apply the resulting juice to the warts twice a day, until warts disappear.

  4. Debby Bruck profile image72
    Debby Bruckposted 7 years ago

    There are a homeopathic remedy well-known for warts. The most commonly used remedy is called Thuja occidentalis and originates from a tree in the conifer family. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thuja_occidentalis

    A homeopath would be able to assist in matching the disease conditions to the proper energetic remedy. Amazingly, skin condylomata have been known to disappear using this remedy.

    You may find more information on another Hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Warts-and-Homeopathy