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   Apr 23


Help for warts there are several treatment options available to remove warts. The wart treatments are generally in the form of lotions, ointments and plasters (such as Freeze Away the Dr. Scholl products), which can be used for freezing the wart with a method known as cryotherapy. These products against warts contain salicylic acid to soften the skin layers that form a wart. Warts in young children can be treated at home by applying gel or Salicylic plaster, or a dermatologist can use the cantharidin to lift underneath the wart and then cut the blister. Cryotherapy is generally the preferred treatment method to remove warts in adults. Other treatment such as electro-surgery and laser treatment options are also effective.

In addition, a drug called bleomycin anti-cancer may be injected into the wart or immunotherapy can be used as an alternative. Natural remedies herbal and homeopathic remedies are effective alternative treatments for warts. These remedies are safe and fairly peaceful areas of use in the system of the body while that at the same time enhance the immune system and assist in the removal of warts. Herbs such as Hypoxis Rooperi (African potato extract), Agathosma Battling (also known as buchu), Mentha Piperita and Viscum Album helps strengthen the body’s ability to combat infection and support a healthy immune system. The health of the skin is supported by Galium aperine (blades) and Trifolium pratense (red clover) and act as a natural cleansing tonic and helps purify and detoxify the body’s system. The homeopathic ingredients such as Natrium muriaticum, Kalium muriaticum and Kalium sulphate maintain skin well hydrated while they also act as a cleanser of blood and lymph, and support natural skin healing and regenerative processes.

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