People have had a great rejection of these uncomfortable injuries. Those who suffer from them do anything to get rid of them. Warts are small and benign growths of the skin, caused by the human papilloma virus.
There are more than fifty types, but the best known are the common, the flat and the plant.
Warts are more common in children and young adults. Although they also occur in those over 40 years. People who take immune suppressive drugs after a liver transplant, a kidney transplant, or a therapy against another disease and patients on prolonged steroid treatments may have the most disruption.
Injuries Caused By Human Papilloma Virus And Their Home Remedies:
They contract through personal contact or in places such as public showers.
They can spread from one part of the body to another. For example, the neighboring fingers of an infected hand.
There are genital warts and they are transmitted through sexual contact.
They are acquired and disseminated through ruptures in the skin.
The time it takes between the initial infection and the wart incubation period is three months. They can stay for years.
Some warts could be serious. However most do not pose a serious risk. Some even disappear without treatment.
Appear anywhere in the body. The common ones affect the hands more frequently. The filiformes have the shape of a finger and appear around the eyelids, face and neck.
The plantar appear on the soles of the feet.
Home Remedies for Warts:
Garlic: Rub chopped garlic on the wart, also eat garlic by putting it in the salad, this strengthens the immune system and may help the wart to disappear.
Vitamin C: Make a mixture of vitamin C ground with water and apply it on the wart for 20 minutes, do it daily until it disappears.
Lemon: Put some lemon juice in the wart and cover with a little onion, leave for 30 minutes. Do it for 2 to 3 weeks.
Vitamin E: Put in the wart a vitamin E capsule, rubbing the oil it contains and cover with an adhesive bandage. Repeat this 3 times a day and then take off the bandage at night for you to breathe. The next day do it again until the wart disappears.
Aloe Vera: This plant as we know has many benefits, among them also for skin diseases and for warts, cut an aloe leaf and put the juice of the pulp in cotton, when it is well wet to place it on the wart. Repeat every day until it disappears.