Warts are unsightly and painless viral infected skin growth. They are caused by HPV (human Papilloma Virus). They are highly contagious. There are insistent ways of treating warts but in some cases the treatments are painful and leave scars or marks on the skin. This is the fact why patients are looking for safer and effective way of removing these skin diseases. Natural wart removal treatments are more effective than other aggressive treatments.
Here are some procedures to remove warts:
Garlic: Garlic is a very inexpensive way to remove warts. It is relatively safe, if used with caution. It has anti-viral properties. Some people use this medicine to physically remove warts. Cut a small clove of garlic and polish the flat side on the infected areas. Cover the wart affected area with a band-aid overnight and soak the area in the morning. This procedure could be continued until the warts are removed. Garlic could cause irritation and itching, which is fairly tolerable. You should use this remedy with extreme caution and avoid scratch on the nearby healthy skin. You need to stop the medication immediately, if you see allergic symptoms.
Potato: Potato, a root crop has beneficial effects in removing warts. Cut a clean potato and polish it on warts every night. Continue this procedure for two weeks. The elements in potato have chemical reaction with the strains of HPV virus that ultimately cause the warts to die.
Duct tape: duct tape is an inexpensive and painless way to treat warts naturally. The duct tape remedy has been proven useful to many people suffering from warts epidemic. Place a small piece of duct tape on the warts and leave the area for six days. Remove the duct tape after a week, clean the area with water and scrape or polish the warts area using pumice stone. Apply these procedures for few weeks until the warts fall off.
These types of remedies for warts may or may not be effective to some person. The most important advice is to find a remedy, which will work to get rid of warts for good. Warts, if left untreated may spread to other parts of the body.