We are all susceptible to warts, but the biggest risk lies within children, teenagers and people that have a weak immune system. Warts can appear in different shapes and forms and they can grow on different body areas.
It is important to remember that those infected with the virus can transfer it to someone else, usually if their blood comes in contact with a razor, towel or other personal care items and someone else uses them afterwards.
Natural Remedies for Removing Warts
Science has developed ways of removing warts, but we also know that there are natural ways of removing them, and some have proven quite effective.
Improve Your Immune System
Improving your immunity is the best way in fighting bacteria and viruses. It is hard for viruses, infections and bacteria to penetrate a strong immune system, which is why you should consider improving it. You can do that by exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and using immune boosters like cat’s claws, turmeric, zinc, vitamins, olive leaf, elderberry, astragalus etc.
This very delicious fruit contains enzymes and natural acids. If you apply a piece of pineapple directly to the wart several times a day, the wart can simply vanish.
Make a paste by mixing garlic and water and apply the paste to the wart by fixing it with a bandage. Change the bandage by re-applying the paste and do this until you kill the wart.
Only recently people have begun to discover how effective baking soda can be in treating ailments. You can use baking powder for treating warts by making a mixture with castor oil. Apply the mixture to the wart over night and continue to do that until you have killed it. Instead of castor oil you can use fresh basil too.
Tea Tree Oil
The tea tree oil has strong antibacterial properties. You can use it to fight germs and treat skin conditions, including warts. If you can get your hands on tea tree oil use it to apply it directly on your wart by covering it with bandage. Repeat this until the wart has disappeared. To get additional power you can mix it with Frankincense oil.
Find an aloe vera plant, break off a leaf, and rub the gel on your wart. If you can’t find a plant, then find aloe medicine in the purest form. The aloe contains malic acid which will heal the affected tissue.
Papaya contains enzymes that digest dead tissues such as warts. For this method you have to find an unripe papaya. Cut it on the surface and use the sap to apply it on your wart. But, first you need to collect the sap and let it thicken. After that mix it with water and then apply the mixture.