Warts treated with Human HairI have read many appeals for help with the treatment of Warts and have used Thuja which is the remedy usually prescribed, which I discovered does not help in many cases.
However one method that I have recommended which usually works is to use a hair, yes a human hair, which is used to tie a knot securely at the base of the wart. It is best to look around to get a strong thick hair from your friends as fine hair can break when knotted.
It is important that the wart is pulled up slightly from the skin before the knot is double knotted and this can be done very carefully by pulling it up with the fingers or if the wart is small with a tweezer. The idea is to get the hair on the base of the wart where it starts up from the skin. Multiple hairs may be used if necessary if the first one was not positioned correctly. The ends of the hair can be cut off after the knots are positioned correctly.
The hair will ensure that the blood supply to the wart is interrupted and the wart will usually fall off in a few days after drying up and turning black.
Warts are best treated with this method as early as possible when they are just starting up from the skin and I can assure you that this procedure does not cause any pain except when the knot is tied for the first time when a slight discomfort will be felt.
♥ Joe De Livera on 2005-09-30
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