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Warts on chin-help!

Hi I'm a 28 year old male. For 5 years I have had several warts on my chin. I have cryo-freezed them numerous times to no avail. This pastsummer I even used laser therapy to burn them away...only for them to come back. My homeopathy practitioner just doesn't seem to care aboutthe warts. She says that we have towork on the "inside" not the "outside". I can understand where she's coming from but I'm going out of my mind here. Can someone help me? I have heard thuja is good but I don't know what potency or form is the right one. Someone please help!

  ultra28 on 2003-10-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Your homeopathic practitioner is right about needing to work on the inside before the outside of your body. Most skin symptoms are an indicator of an internal imbalance in the body. Warts are generally caused by a virus and usually when the body heals the skin symptoms disappear. I know this from having 7 years of extreme acne on my face and back.
You could try applying a Thuja ointment to the wart(s). Maybe see if you can order one from Boiron, a major homeopathic remedy supplier. Good luck.
Some say that applying raw potato, or a slice of raw granny smith apple to the wart and then throwing the slice away, will remove the wart, within weeks. I think you have to apply the apple or the potato daily.
Namaste7 last decade
Thuja 30 C may be a good start for you. If you dont see improvement you can go up in potency. Thuja is specific for the sycosis miasm (gonorrhea history, figwarts, condylomata)
rtsZ last decade
try food grade peroxide it works. go to curezone.com for info
almari last decade

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