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Warts Remedies - What Can I Use?

What are the many historical warts remedies that people have tried?

Warts are growth of tissues on the skin. They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) virus. Unfortunately, they can spread to nearby areas and even infect the genital areas (genital warts).

In addition to natural remedies for warts such as tea tree oil and garlic oil (the two most popular herbs to use), there are many other home remedies that people have traditionally used that you can try.

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Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)

Apply the ACV solution to the wart with a cotton-tip swab (Q-Tip) and cover with a bandage. Do this twice daily until the wart is gone. Some skin irritation and discomfort may occur.

Camphor Oil

Apply the oil to the wart twice daily and cover with a bandage.

Castor Oil

Massage the oil onto the warts twice daily to soften the skin around the warts.


The juices from the marigold leaves have been used traditionally to treat warts. Apply the juice on the warts two to three times daily.


Rub raw potatoes to the wart three times daily. This will get rid of the warts in 3 to 4 weeks.


Crush onions and apply the juice onto the warts. The onion juice will stimulate the immune system and this will rid you of the wart in several weeks.


Cut the end of a dandelion and apply the juice onto the warts three times daily.


Apply the pineapple juice on the warts. Pineapple juice contains protein digesting enzymes that may help dissolve the wart away.


These folkloric home warts remedies are safe and worth trying because it is not expensive. You can easily find out if they work or not in several weeks.
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