9 Simple Ways On How To Remove Papillomas And Warts Fast

Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). This affects the top layer of skin, causing skin growths that turn into warts.

Warts only grow on the top layer of skin. Warts that grow deeper displace the dermis instead of growing into it.

Warts are contagious, despite what some people may have told you. Warts may appear on different parts of the body including the hands, feet, arms, legs, face and other areas. Warts may differ in appearance depending on the type of wart and its location.

Treatment may also vary depending on the location of the wart and how many warts are present. Understanding warts and what causes them is important in preventing the skin condition.

On the other hand, before trying these home remedies that were suggested below. Individuals are encouraged to speak with a healthcare professional for more information about preventing HPV and warts.

Some individuals may be at greater risk of developing warts than others, but by boosting one's immune system, quitting smoking and practicing other healthy lifestyle habits, individuals may improve their resistance to the virus.

1. Tea tree oil

In scientific studies, tea tree oil has been shown to exhibit antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties, and to accelerate wound healing, properties that may help treat warts.

How to apply?
Tea tree oil may be applied directly to the wart, up to two times per day. It may take a few months to see results with tea tree oil.
If you have highly concentrated essential oil, dilute it in a carrier oil before using.

Tea tree oil has been linked to hormonal activity, so it should be used with caution by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or when using on children. Never ingest tea tree oil.

2. Propolis/Bee Glue

Bee propolis can also help remove warts, which are caused from at least 70 types of the human papillomavirus (HPV). A study published in the International Journal of Dermatology in 2009, found that bee propolis was significantly better in patients with plain and common warts, than those being treated with Echinacea or a placebo.

How to apply?
Use a 50% propolis tincture (alcohol based) and apply the propolis daily to the wart. Apply 2 drops each time and immediately cover the wart with cotton and apply a band aid to cover it. Do this morning and night.

3. Castor Oil

Castor oil is used for several medical purposes including hair loss, constipation, arthritis pain and various skin conditions, including warts. It’s fatty acid composition consists mostly of ricinoleic acid, which boosts the immune system’s response to infection. It is best to use pure castor oil for this treatment from a trusted source.

How to apply?
To use this wart removal treatment, first thoroughly clean and dry the wart and the surrounding skin. Apply a small amount of castor oil to the wart and wrap the area with a bandage. Keep applying the oil morning and night and whenever the skin gets wet. You should see the wart begin to die and slough off in 2 or 3 weeks. Some people also like to mix castor oil with baking soda before they apply it so that it makes a gummy mixture. This helps the castor oil adhere better to the wart.

4. Apple Cider Vinegar

Vinegar has been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of different ailments, from stomach aches to poison ivy and diabetes.

The idea that apple cider vinegar can be used to treat warts has withstood the test of time. In general, apple cider vinegar is believed to work for warts in the following ways:

-Vinegar is an acid (acetic acid), so it can kill some types of bacteria and viruses on contact.
-The vinegar burns and slowly destroys the infected skin, causing the wart to fall off, similar to how salicylic acid works.
-The irritation from the acids stimulates your immune system’s ability to fight the wart.

How to apply?

Mix two parts apple cider vinegar in one part water. Soak a cotton ball in the vinegar/water solution. Apply the cotton ball directly on top of the wart. Cover with tape or a bandage, keeping the cotton ball on the wart overnight as you sleep (or for longer if possible). Remove the cotton ball and bandage or tape and discard. Repeat every night until the wart falls off.

5. Garlic

A study where children's warts were treated with garlic found that 100% of the warts were cleared with no significant side effects other than complaints of the smell and once instance of mild skin irritation. Another study used a lipid, or fat, extract of garlic on both warts and corns. They studied 42 patients of various ages and found 100% recovery in all the patients with the warts. It is believed that the main anti-viral component of garlic, a substance known as allicin, is the chemical which is working on warts, but little research to substantiate this claim has been done.

How to apply?
To remove warts naturally using garlic, wash the area with soap and water, crush one clove of garlic to release its juices, apply the crushed garlic directly to the wart, and wrap the area with a bandage to let the garlic juice sink in; repeat as needed on a daily basis for several weeks.

6. Banana Peel

Since banana peels are a great source of potassium, they help in suppressing the warts and reduce the pain or discomfort. They may not completely help you get rid of the warts but they certainly provide relief and prevent further spreading.

How to apply?
Take the banana peel and tape it on the wart with its flesh facing inside. You need to use the peel like a band-aid so that the flesh comes in contact with the wart. Leave it overnight and repeat this for a few days. The peels have shown remarkable results in a few cases.

7. Baking Soda

It’s the perfect cleaner and the perfect remedy for all sorts of aches and ailments, including warts. This remedy works well for genital warts. Baking soda is a caustic agent that destroys the warts. It is also a widely used antiseptic

How to apply?
To use baking soda to cure warts, you will need to simply add baking soda to water and soak the wart in the mixture. Allow the area to dry naturally so that the baking soda remains on the wart and repeat often.

8. Fig juice

Just like the rest of the body, your skin also needs adequate supply of vital nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants to maintain its health. Fruit juices play an important role in providing you with glowing skin and warding off skin problems and fig juice is no exception. This juice has good healing properties and can heal skin sores and warts.

How to apply?
Applying the juice of mashed fresh figs on affected area for 10 to 15 minutes to make sure that skin will absorb it. Do it 3 times a day and repeat for several weeks.

9. Salicylic acid.

This is the main ingredient in aspirin, and it should usually be your first choice. According to one study, salicylic acid is the only topical treatment (treatment applied directly to the skin) that clearly outperforms a placebo. (The study, in the August 2011 issue of the British Journal of Dermatology, combined and reanalyzed data from a number of previous studies.) Salicylic acid costs little, has minimal side effects, and comes in various over-the-counter preparations, including liquids, gels, and patches. Concentrations range from 17% to 40% (stronger concentrations should be used only for warts on thicker skin).

How to apply?
 To treat a wart, soak it for 10 to 15 minutes (you can do this in the shower or bath), file away the dead warty skin with an emery board or pumice stone, and apply the salicylic acid. Do this once or twice a day for 12 weeks. Warts in thick skin, like the bottom of the foot, may respond best to a patch that stays in place for several days. Continuing treatment for a week or two after the wart goes away may help prevent recurrence.
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