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warts on hands and toes

hi there,i hope you can help me.i have 11 warts on the both hands.2 on the left hand and 9 on the right hand.i have also 2 on the feet.1 on the left foot and 1 on the right foot.there are 5 years since i got its.thanks a lot!
 
  LOREDANA on 2009-04-26
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Hello, i am not a homeopathic doctor. that being said, I have cured warts 3 or 4 times using Thuja Occidentalis, a very well known remedy for warts. I am surprised how well the thuja works. i just take a single dose. not sure of the potency, you may have to do some trial. probably a 6x to 30c range. however, i can testify to you that thuja works quite well for me. that is for sure. usually takes a week to two for them to go away, if you arent familiar with taking of homeo, find out, like take them with a clean mouth and wait for a while after eating especially coffee, mint. once i cured a planters wart that wouldnt go away by any other means, allopathic doctors burned, and cut, froze it to no avail. so give it a try and see,,
 
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