Getting Rid of Warts

Can you use a pumice stone on warts on the hand?

By Bill

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February 4, 20120 found this helpful
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You could use a pumice on warts to remove them but over time they will grow back. You could try some over the counter products at the pharmacy. Best bet to remove them permanently is have have a dermatologist remove them with liquid nitrogen. They do this in their office and only takes a minute or two.

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February 6, 20120 found this helpful
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Three ways to get rid of wart without "chemicals".
1. Duct tape
2. Potato piece on wart, hold it on with a band-aid or tape, change at least every other day. Takes 2-3 weeks, skin will be new and no scar.

3. Dandelion milk from the stem of the flower. Squeeze on warts two to three times/day. Wart turn black and will just fall off leaving skin unscarred. Of course you need dandelions in season.

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I used methods 2 and 3 with two of my children. It has been at least 6 years and no regrowth, however because it is a virus, it can show itself again.

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February 4, 20120 found this helpful

I just treated a boy with NAET for warts, 2 treatments and they were gone for good. Non-invasive, feel good treatments using acupuncture sites and pressure.

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February 5, 20120 found this helpful

Warts are caused by a virus. I suppose a pumice stone would help file them down some, but then you may have a problem with spreading from one site to another.

Search online 'using duct tape on warts' you would leave the tape on so long, then replace, I forget the method.
It is non-invasive, readily available, and harmless way to try, if you can't afford the removal by a doctor/dermatologist.

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Best of luck to you!

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