Natural Cure For Warts

November 1, 2009 by admin 

Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). As warts are highly contagious they have become very prevalent in the general population. They can occur virtually anywhere on the body. If afflicted with warts, it becomes necessary to eradicate the HPV infection to eliminate them.

There are several over-the-counter options. The most common ones involve salicylic acid. These products are readily available at drugstores and supermarkets. There are typically two types of products: adhesive pads treated with salicylic acid or a bottle of concentrated salicylic acid solution. Removing a wart with salicylic acid requires a strict regimen of cleaning the area, applying the acid, and removing the dead skin with a pumice stone or emery board. It may take up to 12 weeks to remove a wart.

Another product available over-the-counter that can aid in wart removal is silver nitrate in the form of a caustic pencil, which is also available at drug stores. This method generally takes three to six daily treatments to be effective. The instructions must be followed to minimize staining of skin and clothing.

Cryosurgery, or Cryotherapy devices using freon refrigerants are inexpensive. A disadvantage is that the sponge applicator is too large for small warts, and the temperature achieved is not nearly as low as with liquid nitrogen. Complications include blistering of normal skin if excess freezing is not controlled.

Tagamet has also been shown to work in the removal of warts. While the exact mechanism is unknown, it is thought to heighten the state of the immune system and alert the body about the wart. It seems to work better on flat warts than others. Research has shown both positive and negative results as to its effectiveness, the most being 80% effective while ingesting 30mg/kg/day from 6-8 weeks.

Unfortunately, there are few successful medical options available. Surgically removing warts is the most common medical procedure. However, the patient is subject to a painful surgical intervention which results in skin damage/scarring along with the probability the warts will return.

Most pharmacology efforts now focus on developing a vaccine to inoculate the population in order to stop the HPV virus from infecting the system. This is ideal for the pharmaceutical companies as it would of course reap a monetary windfall of epic proportions for the drug companies, but not useful at all for those already affected with warts.

The medical community has not had success to develop a treatment to successfully eradicate existing infections without causing extensive skin damage, trauma, or relapse. Importantly, China has now banned such vaccinations as they have found injecting a pathogen into your system does just that, it stays in your system, remaining latent in the joints, only to reappear in later years causing horrendous arthritis and or auto immune disorders.

Skin is comprised of the epidermis (outer layers), and the dermis which is referred to as the true skin (inner layers). The epidermis has 7 layers which protect and surrounds the true skin. Because the true skin is the reservoir of nourishment, it is the area where most dermatological problems begin and where the root of a wart resides. This is why surgery to remove warts is so highly invasive, it must dig deep through all dermal layers, only to yield unsuccessful results when the warts reappear, despite best surgical efforts, the entire infection is almost never entirely cut out.

As the antiviral properties of AntiWarts-Rx have the demonstrated ability to penetrate all layers of the skin and enter the blood stream via topical application, they have received considerable attention from the National Academy of Sciences and medical professionals on a global scale.

Some of the most impressive results consistently achieved with medicinal plants are in the elimination of warts. The antiviral activities of our antiwarts treatments are well documented and principally due to their direct effect to eradicate the HPV virus.

Viruses exhibit rapid rates of mutation which can make immunity difficult to sustain. Once a cell is infected it is difficult to selectively inhibit the virus without harming the host cell. As a result, much interest has focused on plants as strong allies in restoring immune strength and inhibiting the spread of viral diseases. To learn more about natural wart cure, please go to


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