Common Natural Remedies
When you begin treating a wart be aware that depending on the size and type it is, it can take weeks to get rid of – sometimes months. If you experience progress with a treatment, keep at it and be patient. Plenty of times a wart will just disappear on its own (as your body builds up immunity against the virus). You can read the most common natural remedies below or you can go straight to discover the most powerful and simple way to get rid of warts within days, further down this book.
Before applying a remedy, wash wart area clean with soap and water then pat dry with a clean towel. Also wash hands with soap and water before handling remedy and touching the wart. Wash hands again after applying treatment to prevent further infection.
- Apple Cider Vinegar: Saturate a cotton ball with apple cider vinegar (ACV) and apply to wart, secure in place with a band-aid or tape. Do this every night before bed, remove in the morning. Good for all warts, recommended especially for Plantar and flat warts.
- White Household Vinegar & Baking Soda: Sprinkle a heavy coat of baking soda on the wart then drizzle vinegar over it. Do this once in the morning and once at night until wart is gone.
- Band-aids Or Tape: Known as the duct tape treatment, keep the wart wrapped tight in tape (without cutting off circulation) 24/7 until it disappears. Band-aids, duct tape, packing tape and scotch tape will all work with the same results. Change the tape daily.
- Baking Soda: Make a thick paste of baking soda and water, apply to wart and cover with tape or a band-aid.