Summary – Genital warts
Genital warts is an ingrown cell-mostly seen in pubic area. It also gives a dangerous pain. So that’s why I have bought you some natural methods to get rid of this problem. So read the article fully to get most of the help.
1. Castor Oil
Most studies and traditional treatment methods recommend castor oil for non-genital wart. However, there are a few recommendations and reported success with castor oil for genital wart too. A medicated oil for genital warts can be prepared with 1/2 a teaspoon of castor oil, 1/4 teaspoon each of tea tree oil and thuja essential oil, and 800 IU vitamin E oil. The oil mix can be applied 2–3 times a day. Individuals have reported success in treating genital warts with this mix of oils.
Like castor oil, garlic is also usually recommended for non-genital warts. However, since garlic has antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties, garlic may work on genital warts. Crushed or chopped cloves of garlic can be applied on warts and covered with a gauze or bandage. Garlic and castor oil can be applied together too. Fresh garlic may sting the skin a little but there is no adverse effect on the skin cells. Garlic oil or garlic pills can also be consumed to treat warts.
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3. Witch Hazel
Scientific reports of treating genital wart with witch hazel are scarce. However, it appears to be a popular homemade cure. You can apply distilled witch hazel on warts and leave it on for about 15 minutes before washing off. The witch hazel helps dry out warts. The process can be repeated twice a day until warts clear up. Please remember that witch hazel is for external use only. Internal consumption could cause damage to the liver and digestive tract.
When applied in gel form, extracts from the root of the mayapple plant have helped treat the genital wart. Topical application of mayapple products is quite safe, but do not consume – it can be poisonous.