Warts can be aggressive in nature , hence they often require an adequate examination before any form of treatment is administered to them. This does not mean that some wartsinfections can still not be removed by some simple home remedies. Some of the popular home remedies for wart removal include; Apple cider Vinegar, Milkweed, White Vinegar, and aloe Vera.
You can use aloe vera to remove skin warts by simply breaking the stalk of an aloe vera plant and then rub the juice from the plant on the wart , the natural acid in the aloe vera will dissolve the warts and soften the affected skin part and there are several other ingredients in the aloe vera juice which can heal the skin quickly and the scars that appear as a result of the warts will fade in few weeks.
Apple Cider Vinegar is another wonderful natural agent that can be used in the removal of warts. You can use apple cider Vinegar by simply dipping a cotton bud in the apple cider Vinegar and then squeeze out the excess juice from the cotton bud before you place it on the growing wart with a medical tape. You should apply this system every morning and night and you will notice the disappearance of the wart in just 3 to 4 days. White Vinegar can be an ideal substitute for apple cider Vinegar. White Vinegar may take 1 or 2 days extra to remove warts on the skin.
A combination of fruits can also be used in the removal of warts from the skin. It is known that Banana skin, papaya, pineapple and figs contain Proteolytic enzymes which can dissolve some skin tissues. You can rub any of these fruit slices on the warts and you will be surprised that the warts will start diminishing in size in few days. To achieve a more effective and rapid result, you can cut the fruit and use a medical tape to attach it to the wart overnight for several days.
Milkweed is another natural wart removal agent which can be used to destroy a growing wart in a relatively short period of time without any side effect.
You should be wary of a more aggressive wart which can spread rapidly to some other parts of the body. Such warts require a more aggressive approach hence you must consult your physician.