is this normal reaction to natural wart treatment?I have been using a product I received from a homeopathy doctor with the ingredients listed as:
a wart on my face came off with it with no problem 3 weeks later
but everywhere else I am using it on my body has become red and very dry all around it. When I put the oil on it it stings and all over where the skin has gone red and dry I feel a constant tingling sensation. I stopped the oil yesterday because I can't stand this skin reaction anymore. But today the skin is still doing the same thing.
that doctor is on vacation... and so am I and we are both out of town in different places...
will using petrolium jelly on my skin be ok? I am just using a regular body lotion right now...
Has anyone had reaction like this to an oil mixture like this???
Hasna on 2005-08-13
Is this what you are doing?.
Homeopathy cures from WITHIN and Thuja is certainly one of the remedies that(taken internally) will cure warts.
If you wish to neutralise any problem with remedies then take a single dose of Nat mur high , say 10m and wait.
walkin last decade
I had no problems with the wart on my face and it came off without any discoloration or irritation...But on my neck there are 2 warts and I was using it on and stopped using it since my skin is red and dry and right now, even after 3 days of not using it my neck looks like I have burned it... its very painful. I think I'm going to go get some aloe vera to put on it...
I will look for that Nat mur high to use also...
also, about using thuja internally... does it come in a pill form or is it an oil that people drink???
please give me more information about it.
thank you for the advice so far.
Hasna last decade
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