Video: ❶ How To Cure A Wart
Warts are benign growths that can occur on any part of the human body. You can get rid of them both with medication and with the help of folk remedies. Location: Location: The cause of the warts is the human papillomavirus. They can be infected in the presence of small lesions on the skin, cracks, microtraumas. Infection occurs through direct contact with an infected person after using some household items and hygiene. When the virus enters the skin or mucous membranes, it enters the tissues and then into the human nervous system.
It can take several months from the moment of infection to the appearance of the warts themselves. Weakened immunity is considered a favorable condition for their occurrence. Unhealthy diet, frequent stress, lack of sleep can lead to it. When warts appear on the skin, they begin to grow rapidly. Some of them cause pain, may bleed, change their shape and color. Sometimes these formations contain malignant cells that provoke skin cancer.
Before you start to get rid of this ailment on your own, consult a doctor who will conduct an examination and exclude the presence of dangerous cells. He will also prescribe drugs that increase immunity, vitamins. In addition, the doctor will suggest some way to get rid of the warts. These include: electrocoagulation (removal by current), cryodestruction (freezing with liquid nitrogen), removal with a laser and with the help of surgery. In some cases, you may be asked to use traditional medicine methods.
You can cope with this ailment with the help of celandine juice. They need to cauterize the warts twice a day.
Take a head of onion and soak it in vinegar essence for 2 hours. Cut the prepared onion and attach to the desired place overnight. Repeat the procedure for a week.
Rub the wart daily with potato, apple, or beetroot juice.
Make a compress. Tie crushed Kalanchoe leaves to the sore spot and keep for 2 hours.
Peel two lemons, chop and pour over 100 ml of vinegar. Close the lid tightly and leave to infuse for 7 days. In the resulting infusion, moisten a cotton swab and cauterize the warts several times a day.