Warts TreatmentI am 37 years old and I am suffering from reddish warts on my few ( very few) and innumerable skin tags on my neck, under arms and on the back. These warts started appearing at the age of 5 years. Then Homeopathic treatment was not that effective and it could not get cured by homeopathic pills and a Thuja Ointment. These have rapidly spread on my face, and very many in mumber, for which I had undergone a 'dermobration' operation in the year 1988. My history is as follows: 1. I am a shot tempered person. My sleep is very bad and even when I sleep, I take atleast 1 hour to get sound sleep. But once I am asleep, I have a very deep sleep. When my legs are rested on a small table, stool or a small chair I get sleep, but not on the ground. I love to only sleep on the ground and I do not prefer any bed. 2. I love sexual intercourse a lot. 3. I love sweets, non-vegetarian food. 4. I dislike custard apple and beans. 5. I lover to buy as many as new dresses as well as new footwear. 6. The colours I like is purple, orange, sky-blue, white and black. 7. From 1995 to 2002, I was an alcoholic. I used to drink a lot. Also, alongwith alcohol I used to chew a lot of tobacco. But, now I have totally given up both alcohol and tobacco. 8. My father was suffering acutely from Asthama, High Blood Pressure and Diabetis and he died of heart stroke. 9. Though, I love sex, but I am of the opinion, that my errection is not upto that mark, and would you kindly suggest a medicine for this problem as well as for the warts. 10. Oflate, I am experiencing a lot of hairfall. 11. I am a HbsAG positive. 12. I fear a lot of the future, about some invisible creatures are prevalent in the night, the existence of ghosts. My age is 37 years, my height is 164 Cms and my weight is 76 Kgs.
Would you kindly suggest me some Homoeopathic medicine to get relieved from these warts. Thuja 200C & Causticum 200c is not effective for my warts because I have been using for the past six months.
savinirs_22061971 on 2008-01-08
However I am giving herewith a procedure which Joe adopted in such cases please read:
Hair will fix any wart From Joe De Livera on 2005-09-30
I have read your posts on another thread and did not post any remedy as I am aware that Thuja which is the remedy usually prescribed, does not help in many cases.
However one method that I have recommended which usually works is to use a hair, yes a human hair, which is used to tie a knot securely at the base of the wart. It is best to look around to get a strong thick hair from your friends as fine hair can break when knotted.
It is important that the wart is pulled up slightly from the skin before the knot is double knotted and this can be done very carefully by pulling it up with the fingers or if the wart is small with a tweezer. The idea is to get the hair on the base of the wart where it starts up from the skin. Multiple hairs may be used if necessary if the first one was not positioned correctly. The ends of the hair can be cut off after the knots are positioned correctly.
The hair will ensure that the blood supply to the wart is interrupted and the wart will usually fall off in a few days after drying up and turning black.
Warts are best treated with this method as early as possible when they are just starting up from the skin and I can assure you that this procedure does not cause any pain except when the knot is tied for the first time when a slight discomfort will be felt.
♡ Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Dr Organon last decade
You have been taking Thuja for 6 months? This is inconceivable. Thuja is one of the strongest, and deepest acting remedies in our entire materia medica, and should NEVER be taken for this long. This is also not the way Homoeopathic remedies are prescribed. It is not the remedy which provides cure, but your bodies reaction to the remedy, and as such it does not have to be repeated for this length of time. My advice would be to cease all remedies and see if things settle down, and if this is not the case, then it may be a good idea to apply one or two Thuja antidotes to see if this has any effect, before even considering other remedies.
I seriously despair of some the 'prescribing' methods of those claiming to be Homoeopaths.
Dr Organon last decade
Raw thuja will help you, the plant grows everywhere. All you need is to chew a smallest twig once a day.
Just one question; if you warts are hard or very soft and spongy. If the end is hard and the rest of it is spongy.
♡ girilal last decade
I am following your thread from long,How r you now? have warts fallen off, did some medicine helped
irumhaziq last decade
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