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Natural Home Remedies for Warts – Duct Tape, Banana Peel, Apple Cider Vinegar, Aloe Vera and Tea Tree Oil


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There are many natural home remedies that can treat warts, such as duct tape, banana peel, apple cider vinegar, aloe vera and tea tree oil.

 

A wart is a small rough growth on a human’s skin, it often appears on the hands and feet. To treat warts, you may want to try natural home remedies.

1. Duct Tape

This is a therapy using duct tape to cover a wart for several days or weeks:

- Place a piece of duct tape on a wart
- Leave it on for a week
- If the tape falls off, replace a new one as soon as possible
- After a week, remove the tape, leave off for 12 hours, then apply a new one
- repeat the treatment until the wart is gone

2. Banana Peel

Banana peel is said to be effective to treat a wart:

- Rub a piece of a banana peel on a wart
- Place a piece of banana peel on the wart
- Cover with a piece of cloth
- Use a tape to hold it in place
- Change banana peel every night until the wart is gone
- It may need several weeks to treat a wart

3. Apple Cider Vinegar

Here is how to use apple cider vinegar to remove a wart:

- Soak a small cotton ball in apple cider vinegar
- Place it on a wart
- Hold it in place with a tape
- Change the cotton ball every night until the wart is gone
- It may need a few weeks to treat a wart

4. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has antibacterial and antifungal properties. That may explain why the plant can be used to treat minor skin infections, such as warts.

- Apply some fresh aloe vera juice (gel) to a wart
- Cover it with a small cotton ball
- Hold it in place with a tape
- Change the cotton ball daily until the wart is gone
- The wart should fall off in a few days or weeks

5. Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is an essential oil that is a powerful antiseptic and is said to be effective in treating a wart.

- Apply a few drops of the essential oil to a wart
- Do it daily until it disappears
- You may also use a cotton ball soaked the oil and hold it on the wart with a tape

For more information about home remedies for skin care, go to Natural Remedies Center: http://www.naturalremediescenter.com/treat/skin-care/

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