I developed a wart on my palm after I removed a splinter that remained under my skin for weeks.
Instead of resorting to any chemical removers I placed a sliver of garlic right on the wart. The first time I did this, I wrapped regular wide strip scotch-tape around my whole hand and left the garlic on for more than fifteen minutes. This was a mistake. I thought the burning sensations I felt was simply the wart losing the battle against the garlic. I remember wondering why the rest of my palm was burning but tried to ignore it. When I finally unwrapped my hand and took off the garlic I realized I had burned my palm! Garlic juice can actually give you a chemical burn! Besides the wart I now had to deal with a sore palm and blistering.
So the lesson was to put the garlic sliver over a piece of tape that I cut a little circular, wart sized hole in (Zahra's ingenious idea). Then I wrapped another piece of tape around it to secure it all into place; this I left on for under 10minutes or until I noticed a burning sensation. After doing this once a day, for three or four days, I stopped harassing the wart and it vanished soon after.
For anyone who has a more stubborn wart, do the treatment for a consistent period, take a break and try again after a few days.
Check out this link below:
Garlic Cures 100% of Warts In Clinical Study
Garlic as a topical cure
8/14/2017 02:38:10 am
Garlic work wonderfully for a variety of skin problems. It has antibacterial and antiseptic properties. Due to these properties these can be used to treat various skin problems. I’ve just recently treated my warts by using garlic. It really was effective and I was able to get rid of my warts.
1/17/2018 03:29:07 am
Nice! Garlic is one of the foods that are more medicinal properties for skin and health. It can be used for many skin problems. Thanks for sharing.
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