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Wart on sole

I have had one hard wart on my foot, on sole, for 10 years already. It is of no harm, but it is growing slowly. I have been trying to dig it out several times with different lotions, but I can't get rid of it.

I would like to know if antimonium crudum the right remedy for this? I would appriciate the help.

  Maria&boys on 2005-08-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Warts are related to a constitutional condition and should NOT be removed mechanically.

They are an expression of a problem and to remove them in that fashion is to drive the problem into the body where it will cause other symptoms.

The best remedies as per Prof J.H. Allen are Tuja , Sulfur , and Calc carb.

Gheck them out and see whiich matches you as a person -- use that one. Probably best in low potency at first say 6x twice a day for 2 weeks -- then wait 2 weeks to judge results.
walkin last decade
My son had the same problem. I had tried differeent remedies at different potencies to no avail.At last the foolowing treatment cured him:
1.Sulphur 200 1 dose orally.
1 dose to be diluted in water (500ml ). This water is used to wash the area atleast once a day before retiring to bed. This is done for 1 week.
2. Next week 1 dose of Cal Carb200 to be taken orally.
1 dose dissolved in water(same as above) & applied everyday for 1 week before bedtime.
3. Next week 1 dose of Lyco200 to be taken orally ;1 dose dissolved in water & applied as above.
The result was magic; in a week's time we could see the wart shrinking & by the end of 4 weeks had completely gone, never to reappear again.(It has been 2 years now). The skin is as smooth as the surrounding area.
The above method is trimiasmatic also.
Please let us know if it works for you too. Then it can be tried for others with the same problem.
willway last decade
Hi Walkin,

Thanks for answering. I studied Thuja, Sulfur and Calc Carb. I find these kind checking always very difficult, I always feel none of them matches me. And I feel I find myself in all of them.

Before asking this question I wasthinking the right remedy could be Thuja. Because I read somewhere about "sensation of something moving inside abdomen". That is me. But otherwise there is no similarities with Thuja.

From these three remedies the most suitable is Calc carb. I take Graphites regurarly (to dry, cracked soles)and that should be going on till next year. Is it ok to mix these two?

Maria&boys last decade
Hi Willway,

Thanks very much for your answer. Maybe I try that (does it fit with Graphites I keep taking?).

I also keep wondering why I can't get rid of it. Walkin said before they should never been removed mechanically. Well, when I was younger, about 20 yrs old, I had several of them. I took them off with some acid and digged them out with a needle. I have tried the same nasty thing with this one without succeeding.

If I decide to go for these remedies I'll let you know what happens! I keep reading other instructions first.

Maria&boys last decade
I have had a couple of warts on my foot diagnosed as planters warts. They grow inside but get larger and uncomfortable. I have used a tincture called "trementina." It is basically pinon tree sap. I put a bandaid over it on in about 2-3 weeks, it was removed. I've also used this on my daughter and it worked.
Coughing2Much last decade
I would suggest you refrain from Graphites when you are taking the trio Sulp, Cal Carb, Lyco. You can resume it later .
willway last decade
Try the Sul,Calc-Lyc and post results- You must stop the Graph.
walkin last decade
Hello everyone,

I will try Willway's way of getting rid of the wart. I'll let you know the results after 4 weeks.
Thank you all for advice!

Maria&boys last decade
Hello everyone,

I am back after three weeks. I chose Willway's way of removing the wart.
Nothing happened. The wart is not smaller. I washed the wart twice a day. Maybe after the first week there was something happening, but after that nothing.

So? I keep reading advice and I think several guidebooks advice Antimonium Crudum to be the best. Is there anyone who agrees? Or what do you suggest I should do? Go for Calcarea?

Coughing2Much talked about trementina. In which country is it sold? I live in Belgium.

Maria&boys last decade
Trementina or pinon tree sap I believe is sold in the United States. I live in New Mexico and it is a common homeopathic ointment used to remove warts, growths, ingrowth toenails, etc. Any local herb store would have it. I'd be happy to give you something more specific if you need it.
Coughing2Much last decade

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