Debunking Wart Myths Commonly Assumed

Warts are a common problem that much of society faces at one point or another throughout their lifetime. With such a common issue there are many differences in opinions of how warts can be cured. Some of these are true, and others just have no medical backing. Let’s take a look at some of the most common home remedies for treating warts.

The raw potato cure has been a popular one for decades. The idea is that you rub a raw potato on the wart once every day until the wart subsides. Another common folk remedy is taping the inside of a bean pod over the wart. This one may be a little far fetched, and just seems uncleanly.

Next we have a couple of remedies that suggest pouring liquid over the wart. The first one is radish juice. The second is squeezing the dandelion sap onto the head of the wart. Even apply a paste made of baking soda and castor oil has been suggested.

Whatever means you chose to get rid of your warts it’s important to understand why they develop in the first place. You can get a guide on this at http://wartrolforwarts.com/flat-wart-on-face/.