stubborn warts on a child's faceMy 4 year old daughter has 3 warts (one on her nose and two on her upper lip) they are large and split into finger like 'tentacles'. She has tries a caustic pencil from the doctor a few times but this hurt so much as we reached the root on one that she wouldn't use it anymore. Now the one that died has come back and she also has a massive verruca on the side of her foot. I have read on this site that Causticum is a good remedy to try.
What dosage would anyone suggest for a young child? and any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
s_gunn on 2008-03-06
stop the remedy after a week in any case.
if you happen to note any changes earlier, you can taper down the dose to once in two to three days till all the warts dry up.
you can also apply THUJA-Q liquid on the warts three times a day. this will help in drying the warts fast.
♡ rishimba last decade
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