Some people will decide to go the natural way when it comes to removing wart. There are a number of ways that wart can be treated; some of this methods include a doctor aiding wart removal, though most people are going for natural wart removal methods. People will shy away from the traditional way of wart removal mainly because of the fees involved and also the fear of scars being left behind after the procedure.
Methods of natural wart removal
Apple-Cider Vinegar Treatments – This method is one of the most common, inexpensive and natural way or wart removal. The method is perfect for removing both common and flat wards. This method works because of the high acidic content of the vinegar. The skin will peel off due to the acid and result in the wart falling off. Applying vinegar and warm water directly to the wart is the best way of using this natural wart remover. This works best if the treatment is covered and left on the wart for an extended period of time preferably overnight, the process should be repeated on a daily basis until such a time as the wart peels off.
Duct Tape – The use of duct tape has proven to be a very effective cure for warts, depending on where the wart might be. Duct take procedure requires that you get a duct tape bigger that the wart, place layers of the tape over the wart for a couple of days maybe five or more after which you can check the status of the wart, you can repeat the process In the event that the wart doesn’t peel off.
Toothpaste – Toothpaste is a common product in every home and this is one of the most natural ways of wart removal. Apply a small amount of toothpaste directly to the wart and then cover the wart with a bandage. The process should be repeated daily. The idea behind the process is that after a while the toothpaste will dry out the wart.
Aspirin – Another common household item which is very efficient and effective in wart treatment is the aspirin. This cure can be administered in two ways. The first way is to crush the tablet and add water to make a paste, apply this paste directly to the wart covering it with a bandage. The second way is to apply a little amount of olive oil on to the wart and then place the uncrushed aspirin on the wart, make sure the wart is covered with a bandage and left overnight both this methods irrespective of which one you use they have all been proven to work extremely well
Citrus Peels as a natural wart removal method
Citrus peels have been known to be the best and natural way of wart removal, this method entails cutting a piece of lemon peel a little larger than the wart then covering with a bandage. Leave it for a 24 hour period then replace the peel and the bandage, this method has been reported to work within weeks.