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12:59 PM | 11-03-2021

What is the natural cure for wart?


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09:29 AM | 17-03-2021

Hello Harvinder,

Warts are harmless growth on the skin. They are caused by human papillomavirus infections. 
Warts are contagious. They can go away in their own, but it can take weeks, months or years.
The goal of treating warts or any other infection naturally is to prepare your body to respond against such infections.

Local application 

  • Garlic has antimicrobial properties and hence can be used in warts. Crush 2 cloves of garlic and mix it with water to form a paste. Apply this paste on the affected area and cover with a bandage. Repeat this for 3 to 4 days. You can also use garlic juice instead of paste.
  • Take fresh aloe vera leaf and peel it and apply the fresh gel on the affected area. It also helps to fight pathogens.

Cold compresses 

To relieve the pain and itchiness associated with the warts, apply a cool and moist compress. Do it 4 to 5 times or several times a day to get relief from the symptoms. 

Soak a cloth in the cold water. Wring out the water and apply the cloth on the affected area. This will help to relieve the pain and itchiness. Do not use ice packs on the rashes as they may increase skin sensitivity and worsen the pain.

Baths

Take a cool bath or shower to soothe the skin. Do not use hot water as it may worsen the blisters because it increases the blood flow. 

When you take a cold water bath then the coolness of water eases the pain of the blisters and also calms the itchiness. 

Dietary changes

  • Avoid dairy products and animal foods like eggs, meats, milk, etc.
  • Avoid spicy and oily foods. 
  • Always have plant-based natural foods. 
  • Drink freshly prepared homemade fruit juices. 
  • Drink coconut water. 
  • Include salads, sprouts, nuts, and beans in your diet. 
  • Include Vitamin C in your diet like blueberries, amla, orange, lemon, etc. 
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day to be hydrated. 

Thank you 



01:22 PM | 16-03-2021

With the proper food, warts falls off. Skin will clear up. Stop acidic foods and have more fruits and veggies in raw form


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