Ayurvedic Medicine for All Types Of Warts Removal


A wart is also known as verruca, they are generally a small, rough tumor that can appear on any part of the body such as hands, feet, neck, etc. In simple terms, the wart is an abnormal growth on the skin that is caused by a particular viral infection called (HPV) Human Papillomavirus. 

They are contagious when coming in contact with the skin of a person infected with it. They generally disappear after a few months but some can last for years and can also reoccur. Warts are generally painless and cancerous but this skin disorder can be contagious and should be treated immediately. 

Sometimes warts tend to regrow even if the warts are removed. It is due to the causative virus that is not completely eradicated from the skin. It is recommended that after the removal of warts, make sure to thoroughly clean the infected area so that the wart will not grow back again. 

There are many medicines and natural remedies that you can deal with warts but it is necessary to know what type of warts do the person has, below are some common types of Warts.

Common Types of Warts

1. Common warts: They are mostly found on hands fingers, knees, and elbows where the skin seems to be broken. These types of warts are also called "seed Warts” because of their appearance, in this type of warts, the blood vessels to the wart produce black dots that look like seeds.

2. Filiform warts: They are mostly found or grow around the mouth, nose, or eyes. Its appearance has a finger shape they are usually flesh-color.

3. Flat warts: They are mostly found on the faces but can also grow on arms, knees, or hands. They as also called “juvenile warts”. This type of warts generally tends to grow in large numbers about 20 to 30 at a time.

4. Plantar warts: They are mostly found on the bottom of the foot. They are painful while one walks and feels like a small stone below a foot and can be very uncomfortable.

5. Genital warts: These types of warts are also called “venereal warts” they generally grow when contracted through sexual activates. They can also spread in contact to direct skin-to-skin during oral vaginal, anal, or with an infected person.

Useful Herbs for Warts

We are all aware that there are many medications availed in the market that can be used to treat warts, but if the warts are in the beginning stage.

And those looking for a cheap, effective alternative medicine to get rid of these nasty skin diseases can try this list of herbs for removing warts.

1. Aloe Vera

This plant has been used as a remedy for various ailments, it has also been proved for wart treatment in the past. It is very simple to use apply some aloe Vera gel on a cotton ball and place it on warts the affected area of the skin, allowed it to remain there for a while. 

Repeat the procedure at least 5-7 times a day. In a few days or weeks depending on the size of warts, you will realize the wart is decreasing in size and will be completely removed.

2. Banana peel

Banana is a wonderful fruit that has many benefits, eating a banana can give you vitamins and the remaining banana peel can also be used as an effective wart remover. 

It is very simple to use simply rub the peeled banana in the area of the wart and surrounding. You will find that within two weeks will be cleared away depending on the size of the warts. It is necessary to rub the peeling several times a day to achieve the best result.

3. Apple cider vinegar or lemon juice

Both this juice apple cider and lemon juice are very useful to combat warts, it is a well-known home remedy for removing warts. It is very simple to use just take a piece of cotton apply the juice, either use one of these two liquids and apply to the wart. 

Keep applying the procedure at least 5-7 times a day and continuously for a week or two until it gradually fades. The virus which causes warts is removed by citric acid liquids which are found in both these fruits.

4. Garlic

It is a useful herb that can be used as one of the home remedies for removing warts besides many other beneficial properties. It is very simple to use simply crush 3 garlic cloves, remove the skin and place it on the wart cover with a bandage overnight. 

Remove the bandage in the morning and you will notice a blister, which is a positive indication that the wart is growing weaker will be gone in a week depending on the size of the warts.

5. Indian Sorrel

The leaves of the Indian sorrel plant are very effective remedies in dealing with warts. It can be used in different ways such as one can directly apply a paste of the leaves onto warts. 

One can also use the juice of the leaves mixed with several other beneficial ingredients for better results.

Home Remedies for Warts

  • Take the juice from the leaf of the Indian sorrel plant, mix it with some juice of an onion and apply this on warts for removal.
  • Take a juice from the leaf of the Indian sorrel plant mix it with black pepper and ghee. It is the best remedy for warts or excrescences of the skin that are caused due to biliousness.
  • Take a teaspoon of coriander leaves juice with a pinch of turmeric in it and consume it daily.
  • Take a slice of raw potato and rub it on the wart for about ten minutes daily this method will help to remove warts.
  • Take the peel of a banana and keep the inner side of the banana peel on warts, tie it like a bandage. Change the bandage twice daily follow this constantly on the wart until the wart disappears.
  • Castor oil is also very helpful to fight warts. Applied it regularly on warts will help warts to become flexible and eventually disappear. One can also use camphor oil instead of castor oil.
  • Take a piece of a clove of garlic, crush it do not make a paste. Keep this crushed garlic clove on the wart and bandage it this will help to remove warts. The oil of the tea leaves is also useful to discharge the wart, apply the oil at night before going to bed; you will find that the wart slowly decreasing and disappearing.
  • Take a fresh fruit of Indian gooseberry rub on warts, repeat several times a day. You can also use the juice of Indian gooseberry to rub on the wart, keep it covered with a bandage. One can also use any vitamin C tablets instead of Indian gooseberry, crushed and kept onto warts, and bandage it.
  • A similar kind of bandage treatment can also be done with grapefruit juice. Put fresh grapefruit juice on the wart cover the area with a bandage and repeat this three or four times a day this will help to disappear the wart.

NOTE: These remedies for removing warts can be used in all cases of warts, except for warts that can be found in the genital area. The Warts that generally grow from these body parts may be signs of cervical cancer. So the best is to consult a doctor for a proper diagnosis.

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