Warts on skin are common. They cause no harm or pain, the only thing about them is that they show up on the skin. Warts can disappear on their own in a matter of months or years, but getting rid of them is possible by various home remedies too. Here are some natural remedies for warts:
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
You need to dilute two parts apple cider vinegar with one part water. Apply this solution on the affected area using a clean cotton ball and over the area with a bandage or tape. The wart will slowly start turning brown or black after you continue this routine for weeks. The wart will eventually fall off and the mark will go off in a matter of few days.
BAKING POWDER+ BASIL JUICE
Mix baking powder, basil juice and castor oil into a paste, apply to the wart at night, and cover with a bandage. Repeat until the wart has died. The wart will become dry and peel off.
Milkweed is commonly found all over the world along the road, in fields, or your backyard. The sap of this pant is considered toxic, but it certainly can be used topically. A proteolytic enzyme found in the plant is thought to “digest and dissolve” the wart. Gently scrub the wart using pumice stone; be very gentle as you only have to exfoliate the top layer. Break a few leaves off of the plant and squeeze the bottom of the stem to release more of the sap. Apply enough sap to cover your wart and leave it on. Do this for few months and see your wart vanish.
Take a fresh banana peel, scrape the whitish mush off the inside of banana peel, and apply it to your wart. Wash your hands well afterwards to keep the warts from spreading. Do this until the wart is gone and until skin looks clear.
Crush three to four vitamin C tablets in a bowl and add a little water to it. Mix it well to form a fine paste. Rub this vitamin C paste on your warts and cover the area with a bandage. Initially you will feel some burning sensation, but it will quickly go away. Do this for 3-4 weeks or until you are satisfied with the results.
Scoop out some gel from an aloe vera leaf and apply this fresh aloe vera gel on your wart using a clean cotton ball or cotton pad. Then use a bandage or tape to hold the cotton ball or pad over the wart. Repeat the process twice daily for two to three weeks.
Organic Manuka honey is perhaps the best to be used for treating warts. File away the wart if you can using pumice stone, and then cover it thoroughly in a thick layer of honey and wrap a piece of cloth or bandage around it. Leave it like this for 24 hours, changing the bandage and reapplying the honey daily. Continue this for 4-5 months or until you do not see any wart.