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A Cure For Warts

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posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:00 PM
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Let’s face it folks warts are nasty, and none of us want to be seen with them, or have one attached to any part of our body.

The following information is the direct result of many years of dealing with warts, on me and family members. And yes this remedy has resulted in the warts never coming back. Please share it freely with everyone you know because it does work.

* Disclaimer: this is not a prescription for not seeking medical attention, because sometimes warts maybe more than warts, so always seek medical consultation to determine what the problem is first.



Many years ago when I was a child I developed what was known as a plantar’s wart, on the bottom of my foot, and consider the toughest to get rid of. I remember it being very painful to walk on, and no matter what modality of modern medicine my parents tried it always came back.

I remember they started out with “Compound W”( salicylic acid) and although it did remove the wart, it was only temporary, and it grew back after a few months.

We then proceeded to have the wart cut out by a highly recommended podiatrist, minus $200 and a few months the wart was back. The good doctor then recommended freezing the area, so we proceeded with that, another $100 and the wart fell off, but again a few months later it was back.

We then returned to “Compound W” and finally the main wart fell for good, but they was always a residual deformation, or strange pot marks/tiny warts, on the bottom of my foot for many many years, that never went away.

Fast forward to my mid 20’s I had become an herbalist, because modern medicine and incompetent doctors had over prescribed penicillin. I had a severe reaction, to the penicillin, and it almost killed me, so I was determined to find alternative ways of healing, and keeping my body healthy.

One winter I had become extremely sick from a cold, and was told that oregano oil would help boost my immune system, so I started to take it every day, even though I smelled like a walking pizza.

What I discovered was not only did the cold disappear quickly, but whilst taking a shower, and drying myself I noticed that all the pot marks, tiny warts, and deformation, that I had been plagued with from the plantar’s wart for years, had disappeared.

From what I could tell the remaining small warts had vanished, and never returned. The only thing I was taking at the time was oregano oil, so I had come to the conclusion that there was something in OO, that kills warts. My foot was smooth and clear as a babies bottom and I was very excited, so I added this remedy to my little book of absolute cures.

Fast forward to 2014, my son who’s around 9 ended up getting a plantars wart from somewhere, and it was painful for him to walk around. At first he didn’t tell me and his mother took him to the doctors to have it cut out, which btw was painful because they have to give him shots of Lidocaine. Again around $400 and the wart was only gone for about 3 weeks then it returned. I got hit with a $200 bill for my end and I was more than a little upset, because I could have gotten rid of it for about $10 worth of supplies.

I didn’t make a big deal out of the situation, because my son was already upset, so I told him “Son we are going to get rid of that wart for good, and it won’t hurt a bit” he smiled and said “I love you daddy”

Off we went to the store to buy our supplies. Our first and only stop was the hardware store to purchase a roll of duct-tape. Yes you heard it right folks the only thing you really need is a roll of duct-tape, but if you have the extra money oregano oil is a good addition to kill the wart off for good.

After about 3 weeks his wart was gone for good and it was painless, and cost less then $10.




Now to the application and procedure.

1) It’s always good to soak the affected area warm water, for about 30 minutes, this helps us on our next step.

2) I always wear latex, or nitrile gloves if I’m working on warts because the HPV virus is contagious, so please protect yourself if you are working on others, and yourself.

3) Get a nail file, rough sand paper, or a callous scraper and be careful not to break the skin. Carefully and gently remove the soft skin, at the top, after the soaking without making anything bleed.

4) Dry area thoroughly with a paper towel, and not bath towel, so as not to spread the virus.

5) Take a Q-tip swab and dip it into oregano oil and lightly cover the entire affected area.

6) Get out the duct-tape and cover the affected area

7) That’s it your done, do this over and over for about 3 – 4 weeks, until the warts are gone.

Typically you want to do this at night so the duct tape remains on, but the longer it stays on the better, so wearing it all day is a plus and will remove the wart faster. Please don't ask me how, or why Duct-tape alone works to remove the wart, but it does. Perhaps something in the formula of the adhesive?

If people are worrying about the gray duct-tape color, and what people may say or think; there is also patterned duct tape that looks like band-aids these days, so people won’t even notice.

And yes this will work on any exposed part of the body.

*Another side note:

Be very careful if applying any 100% essential oils on the genitals or mucus membrane areas. It can, my and will result in burns.

I always recommend a tiny test area to see what the reaction will be





Good luck on them Warts.

RT

edit on 11-2-2015 by Realtruth because: (no reason given)




posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:04 PM
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Very cool! I don't have any issues with warts as of yet, but I can say I take oregano oil daily and it has made a world of difference for anything from colds to ear infections that seem to hit my family periodically.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:10 PM
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Duly noted and thanks!



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:12 PM
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Definitely worth trying.

Cure for a stye on an eyelid

Rub a piece of gold on it for about a minute.

This worked overnight after doctors and drugs failed.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:14 PM
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Filed away for future use. Thanks! I had a bad planters wart on my foot as a teen . I dug at it and squeezed at it until one day a hard black stone type nodule popped out roots and all (NASTY)! The wart never came back. This sounds much easier and painless.
Cheers.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:14 PM
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originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Very cool! I don't have any issues with warts as of yet, but I can say I take oregano oil daily and it has made a world of difference for anything from colds to ear infections that seem to hit my family periodically.


And you won't have any issue, because HPV or the human papillomavirus for some reason doesn't like OO.

There is something in OO that either boost the immune system and/or helps to kill certain viruses.






posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:23 PM
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Does this mean that teen girls should be swilling the oil instead of vaccines?



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:27 PM
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You don't need the oregano oil...plain old duct tape works just fine. Duct tape also works good to close up wounds until you can get to a doctor to stitch you up. I've used thin strips of duct tape to keep big cuts closed before.

"I'm being held together by duct tape and super glue..."



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:30 PM
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My friends, family and myself started taking vitamin D and the warts disappeared. Vitamin C is also great at deactivating viruses.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:30 PM
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originally posted by: stirling
Does this mean that teen girls should be swilling the oil instead of vaccines?


I would not recommend essential oils be applied on any mucus membranes, or genital areas, per my OP note.

Oregano oil gel caplets taken orally, I have heard do wonders on genital warts though, if taken for 4 to 6 months.





posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:32 PM
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Sure that will work as oregano oil is antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral. Link for the record
I personally prefer bergamot oil for it has the same properties and smells less pungent.


Vinegar (acetic acid) or actually any mild acid will also rid yourself of warts using the same method as described in the OP. With vinegar for instance, only some days are required for wart removal depending on size of wart and location. Stings sometimes a little bit, so its not totally painless. Good look smelling like a pickle.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:32 PM
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a reply to: Realtruth
i had a wart growing inside my nostril and i got an appointment at the doctors for liquid nitrogen treatment

but i had to wait for a few weeks until he had enough patients to justify calling in the specialist nurse that carried out the treatment.

well in the mean time i tried the banana method and by the time my appointment came it had gone .
my doctor was very impressed and we even got to talking about other natural herbal cures .

i have always believed that there is a herbal cure for most things out there that over time we have forgotten ,
maybe because we killed and persecuted the people that had this knowledge .

IN those days we called them witches .



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:34 PM
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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
You don't need the oregano oil...plain old duct tape works just fine. Duct tape also works good to close up wounds until you can get to a doctor to stitch you up. I've used thin strips of duct tape to keep big cuts closed before.

"I'm being held together by duct tape and super glue..."



You would be 100% correct, it works great alone, however I always recommend that light coating of OO just to make sure.


In my experience it just helps to keep the wart from spreading. Kind of a natural disinfectant so to speak.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:36 PM
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Thanks for the pointer, if I ever get a persistant wart I shall certainly consider it.
My own method is just using a sterilised craft knife to cut around them, then sterilised pliers to rip them out, followed by a good and painful soaking in antiseptic.
Has worked every time so far, but it is a bloody mess at the time and more painful than your suggestion.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:38 PM
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I had a small wart on my toe and used duct tapt for a month. I put on a new piece every night.
Worked perfectly.
After I paid the doctor to freeze it off. That didn't work.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:39 PM
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Would you be willing to post this method?

We would be interested to hear this one, because trying to put a piece of duct tape up our nose would look rather strange for 3 - 4 weeks.


Thanks




originally posted by: tom.farnhill
a reply to: Realtruth
i had a wart growing inside my nostril and i got an appointment at the doctors for liquid nitrogen treatment

but i had to wait for a few weeks until he had enough patients to justify calling in the specialist nurse that carried out the treatment.

well in the mean time i tried the banana method and by the time my appointment came it had gone .
my doctor was very impressed and we even got to talking about other natural herbal cures .




posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:42 PM
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originally posted by: tom.farnhill
a reply to: Realtruth
i had a wart growing inside my nostril and i got an appointment at the doctors for liquid nitrogen treatment

but i had to wait for a few weeks until he had enough patients to justify calling in the specialist nurse that carried out the treatment.

well in the mean time i tried the banana method and by the time my appointment came it had gone .
my doctor was very impressed and we even got to talking about other natural herbal cures .

i have always believed that there is a herbal cure for most things out there that over time we have forgotten ,
maybe because we killed and persecuted the people that had this knowledge .

IN those days we called them witches .


What exactly is "The Banana Method"?



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:43 PM
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I memorized this thread to try to fit it into everything I know. I still have to buy some oregano oil. I wonder if I could use the oil from the big patch of marjoram in the back yard to make a similar oil? Every spring I hack down all the dead stems and new stuff comes up. That stuff would take over the yard if I let it. Last year I dried some of it to use as a spice. It isn't hard. It is milder than most oregano we get from the store. I suppose I can spring for a two ounce bottle of oregano oil, even though it is expensive it is worth having around. Does anyone know how long the shelflife of this stuff is?

Would consuming oregano on a regular basis in some foods be enough to boost resistance to these warts?



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:46 PM
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a reply to: Psynic

Use the inside of a banana peel as a topical treatment.



posted on Feb, 11 2015 @ 12:46 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse

Would consuming oregano on a regular basis in some foods be enough to boost resistance to these warts?


Well I'm sure it would be no harm in trying.

There is something to OO, that does appear to boost the immune system, but if the warts ever do pop up, and you don't have access to OO, then plain old duct-tape will work wonders.

I seriously couldn't believe how well it worked on my son's massive Plantar's wart, it is totally gone, and has been now for over 7 months.
edit on 11-2-2015 by Realtruth because: (no reason given)




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