How to remove warts naturally with aloe vera
Warts can be removed with natural remedies and in this OneHowTo.com article we will tell you how to use aloe vera as a solution to put an end unwanted skin warts. Aloe vera is a plant with extraordinary therapeutic properties and can be used for all kinds of treatments. So on OneHowTo.com we will explain how to remove warts with aloe vera in a simple and effective way.
Removing warts with aloe vera is a very easy procedure. If you do not have an aloe vera plant, you should buy one that is well developed because if you cut the branches of a plant that is still growing can you to stop further development. Another option is to buy some seeds and plant aloe vera in your garden or home.
To treat warts you do not need a big piece of the plant, just think that you need enough to apply to the affected area for a week. Proceed to cut an aloe vera leaf try to get the leaves that are lower down as they are the oldest and their beneficial properties are more powerful.
First you must extract the thorns and remove all the pulp from the aloe leaf. Then gently rub the wart with pulp, it is advisable to repeat the process once a day or every other day. You can also choose to leave some pulp on the wart, but remember to cover it with gauze.
Another way to use aloe is by draining or squeezing the juice to moisten the wart. Thus much is wasted but you might find it more comfortable.
Using aloe to remove warts is a cheap, quick fix and you can do it at home without any problems. But one thing you must remember is that this is a temporary remedy: warts appear because of the Papilloma Virus, a virus that can be controlled so that they don't come back again; in this OneHowTo.com article we tell you why warts appear.
This article is merely informative, oneHOWTO does not have the authority to prescribe any medical treatments or create a diagnosis. We invite you to visit your doctor if you have any type of condition or pain.
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