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wizard123 last decade
What worked for me was Wartscide. I'm genital warts free now.
houstonpatty 9 years ago
Not sure if your still having problems or not... I had Warts as well. What I did was make a salve out of a colloidal silver gel I bought on iherb(dot)com. I mixed it with 10 drops of tea tree essential oil, 5 drops of lemongrass essential oil, 5 drops of Patchouli essential oil, 10 drops of Lavender essential oil, and 5 drops of Myrrh essential oil.
I noticed that when doing this, the warts would go away quickly, and reappear, go away quickly, and reappear. At one point, I started feeling a cold, and took about 18 pills of Echinacea for 1 week straight. I have not had an outbreak since.
The whole time I had genital warts I never knew I had them. I had and possibly still have the strands 16 and 18, which do not come up in Male STD checks... I always thought they were allergies or something. My girlfriend at the time had a pap smear and found out she had it and got it from me.
I also have a good feeling about a product called Sutherlandia OPC. I ordered it for myself and will begin using it shortly. It has an amazing cure rate with HIV and tumors both... If it can kill off HIV, it's got to take care of the HPV virus. I'm going to use it in conjunction with colloidal silver and do a live r cleanse as well. Check it out, you may be interested.
It's good to treat the wart symptoms, but you have to take it out internally, you have to destroy the HPV virus.
JimKl83 9 years ago
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