Best Treatment for Genital warts?Im curious because i found a good homeopathic treatment for plantar warts and common warts, just not genital warts. Can anyone suggest some?
Nate Paulson on 2012-05-01
Nate Paulson 7 years ago
There are also a number of false statements made about this product. I am always wary when you hear these things said.
1. No side effects - this is untrue and all of our medicines produce side effects when used for short or long periods of time. It is also untrue of every single medicine in the world, all of which can produce side effects.
2. 100% effective - nothing in the world is 100% effective, nothing. Nobody can make this claim. I am instantly suspicious when I hear that.
3. There is no 'small amount of virus' in the medicine. In actual fact such a product would be banned if this were true. Medicines made via our methods contain nothing of the original substance in them.
4. Our medicines do not produce antibodies to fight off the virus. In fact this would be a completely ineffective way to treat warts, since the body already has produced plenty of antibodies which are clearly not effective. You do not vaccinate someone after they have already contracted the disease - it is way too late then.
5. The product claims instant results, then in the literature urges you to be patient to get results. How patient to you have to be to get instant results? In a statement by one of the distributors, they claim in fact that some users are too impatient and did not wait for the results.
Now here is the most interesting thing. The 'homoeopathic' version of this medicine was removed from production. Now it is simply a chemical that is sprayed on to the skin, Salicylic Acid - ASPRIN. Apparently while it as registered with the FDA it was not approved by them. It also apparently took a lot longer to work. It is possible that many of the current websites are still incorrectly referring to this as a homoeopathic medicine.
Asprin is actually a pretty old medicine used for many things, and is a key ingredient in many skin-care products for the treatment of acne, psoriasis, calluses, corns, warts and so on. Generally you just dissolve 6% asprin suspension into vaseline and rub it on to the skin. It is easy to make and would be quite cheap.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 7 years ago
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