With today’s worldwide trend of people looking for natural solutions to their health and lifestyle issues, many people try to treat warts naturally as well. Of course, homeopathic wart removal is one of the most common solutions used.
The reasons why homeopathy is great with taking out warts is because it will not cause any side effects, it’s safe to use, and it can also help revitalize the rest of the body while removing the wart.
So by taking a good homeopathic remedy for a specific type of wart, not only can you get rid of your warts, but the remedy may also coincidentally assist in dealing with other physical and even mental and emotional issues that you may also have at the same time.
What does this mean?
Acute vs Constitutional
As mentioned many many times on this blog, there are two ways to use homeopathic remedies.
You can use them to treat a single, predominant, critical ailment in an acute situation.
Or, you can use remedies to treat a person constitutionally, which means finding an individualized remedy that targets the personality of the person in addition to the majority of their overall mental, emotional, and physical symptoms.
Although warts can come and go just like other acute symptoms, they can also be removed by using a more constitutional remedy that addresses the person’s entire mind and physical picture (including the warts).
Many homeopaths emphasize that giving a constitutional remedy is the best way to deal with warts.
For example, Dr. Morrison writes that in his practice, he noticed that most cases of warts disappeared just by giving a constitutional remedy to the patient, even if he didn’t think that the remedy would take care of the warts.
Despite this fact, I will still show you some remedies that are very well known for dealing with various types of warts.
Homeopathic Wart Removal
In the materia medica, there are lots of remedies that are noted for their effectiveness at removing warts.
There are however several remedies that are known to be top remedies for warts. They work great and do not interfere with any medications.
Here are four of these top remedies:
Thuja is considered to be the most commonly used homeopathic remedy for warts.
It’s great for warts that are large, impressive, and fast growing.
The warts will be broad sized, coned shaped, and possibly indented.
They may be cracked or may have oozing, which can smell like old cheese.
The warts may be dark, brown, or red colored and are generally located on the face, lips, nose, and genitals, as well as the hands, genitals, and glans, and on many other spots of the body.
When warts disappear mysteriously and then reappear, think of Thuja.
Causticum is known for eliminating warts located specifically on the tips of fingers, especially near the nails, although it’s also great for warts on anywhere on the face.
The warts will usually be either very big or large in quantity, and will be more fleshy, although they can come in different forms as well.
A great remedy for warts in children, Medorrhinum is best used for venereal warts located usually in the genital area (or sometimes on the hands and thighs).
Warts will be moist, fleshy, and stubby, and can appear after suppressed gonorrheal or other discharges.
The warts that Nitric Acid can treat are nasty.
They can be widespread sensitive warts that come with splinter like pains. They can also be jagged, itchy, and moist too.
Warts treatable by Nitric Acid can bleed easily from washing or rubbing, and the warts are generally found on the face, genitals and anus, although they can be in other upper body and face parts as well.
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