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Alternative Treatments for Wart

Alternative and complementary therapies list for Wart:

Alternative treatments, complementary therapeutic options, or home remedies that have been listed in various sources as possibly helpful for Wart may include:

  • Thuja occidentalis
  • Antimonium crudum
  • Calcarea carbonica
  • Sulfur
  • Genian violet antiseptic
  • Garlic compress
  • Selenium
  • Multimineral supplement
  • Multivitamin supplement
  • Olive leaf extract
  • Repeated treatment of duct tape, soaking, filing
  • Garlic supplement
  • Vinegar compress
  • Dandelion stem liquid-topical
  • Crushed vitamin C tablet paste
  • Birch bark-topical
  • Birch bark supplement
  • Banana peel-topical
  • Lemon peel-topical
  • Papaya sap-topical
  • Raw potato-topical
  • Basil leaf-topical
  • Castor oil-topical
  • Goldenseal-topical
  • Vitamin E-topical
  • Wrap the wart with adhesive tape for five or six days at a time
  • Soak wart in very hot (but not scalding) water
  • Wart remover with 17% salicylic acid
  • Mediplast (salicylic acid) cut to fit over wart, clean and file wart in between applications
  • Real Willard Water (antioxidant)
  • Salba seeds and salba seed oil

Warning About Alternative Treatments

Always check with your doctor or qualified medical professional before using any alternative or complementary treatment, or before stopping or changing any other treatment to use alternative approaches. Some treatments or preventatives may be of dubious value, and certain alternative treatments can be dangerous in some cases.

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