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How do I Use Homeopathy for Warts?

By J. Mendi
Updated May 17, 2024
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There are several ways to use homeopathy for warts. Choosing the most effective form will depend on the kind of wart you are dealing with. Since different variations of warts exist, it is important to familiarize yourself with the type of wart in question in order to find the best suited natural approach. In some cases, consulting with a certified homeopath who can recommend an appropriate individualized remedy is a good idea when you are unsure and a professional opinion is needed.

Over 100 types of warts exist, but some of the more familiar ones are plantar warts, flat warts, common warts, and genital warts. Plantar warts are painful, callus-like bumps that grow on the soles of the feet. Flat warts are small, smooth growths found on the face and hands. Common warts are raised, rough growths that can appear anywhere on the body but mostly on the hands. Genital warts, often described as resembling common warts, grow on or around the genitalia.

A banana peel patch is one technique in using homeopathy for warts. The potassium on the inside of the banana peel appears to do the trick in eliminating common and plantar warts. This remedy is performed by rubbing a cut out patch from the inside of a banana peel gently against the wart. The banana peel patch is then taped over the wart and left overnight. The process should be repeated nightly for one to two weeks using a fresh patch of banana peel until the wart shrinks and falls off.

Another method of homeopathy for warts is to apply castor oil or olive oil over a common wart. To maximize the effect, two to four drops of thuja extract or tea tree oil should also be used with the castor or olive oil. Place a thin slice of fresh garlic onto the wart and tape it down. This process should be continued every night for three weeks until the wart turns black and falls off.

Applying the contents from a vitamin A or beta carotene capsule can prove to be effective on genital warts or any type of bleeding, painful wart. Mixing three to four drops of thuja, echinacea, and lomatium extract with the vitamin A or beta carotene will strengthen the effect of this treatment. Another homeopathic remedy that is recommended is using garlic with vitamin E oil for alleviating painful, irritable warts.

Other, less well-known products can be used to treat warts. Antimonium crudum is a natural sulfide mineral that is highly recommended for common and plantar warts. Dulcamara, a vine species of the potato family, can be used on flat warts, and genital warts seem to respond well to nitricum acidum, otherwise known as nitric acid. These products are available in health stores; however, it is best to consult with a homeopathic professional to seek advice on the amount of dosage for every individual case.

One interesting approach to homeopathy for warts is simply to maintain a healthy immune system. Eating nutrient-rich foods, eliminating preservatives and chemicals from your diet, and exercising regularly is an essential homeopathic practice. It is believed in homeopathy that when your immune system is strong and balanced, your body will be less susceptible to contract viruses such as warts.

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Discussion Comments
By stoneMason — On Nov 07, 2013

@ZipLine-- You can use coconut oil instead of tea tree oil. Just use a cotton swab to apply coconut oil to the wart throughout the day. Apply it whenever you remember.

Salicylic acid removes warts as well. Salicylic acid is found in acne treatments. It's also available as a cream. Just dab it on the wart several times a day.

By fBoyle — On Nov 06, 2013

@ZipLine-- I haven't tried any of these for warts, so I can't say that they work or don't work. But I do know that turmeric and garlic have anti-viral properties. You could try applying these (separately) to the wart to see if they will work. I'm sure that they will take some time however, similar to the duct tape and banana peel remedy. So you will have to use it everyday until the wart disappears.

One proven method of getting rid of warts is vinegar. I have personally used vinegar, along with duct tape to get rid of a wart on my finger.

By ZipLine — On Nov 06, 2013

I've tried the banana peel remedy for my wart but it hasn't worked. I wish I could try tea tree oil but unfortunately, I'm allergic to it.

What other natural remedy can I use to treat my wart at home? Are there any other spices and foods that will work?

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