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Help for venereal wart remedy

I'm in a new relationship and my boyfriend has venereal warts that are remnants from an earlier outbreak. He is interested in homeopathy. His doctor 18 years ago said that there wasn't any treatment so he never had them removed. Any suggestions? Medorrhinum or Thuja perhaps?

with thanks for your thoughts & insight...
  lotusyogini on 2013-12-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.

His immune system needs to be boosted and then they
will go away.The first thing you can try is Dr. Reckeweg BC-28
biochemic- this is all the cell salts in one tablet. It works
by balancing out the cell metabolism . You follow the directions
on the bottle, take for 3 weeks and one week off. See if
they start to slowly disappear. I have given this to people
for other general health issues and people who had warts
found the warts were gone after a month or so.

Other than that, he needs to have his case taken, bc you don't
just treat the warts themselves you have to treat the person
as a whole. You can try this and if no results put his case on
simone717 9 years ago
Thanks Simone - I don't think we have Dr. Reckeweg in Canada & US. We have Hyland's Bio-XII (12 Cell Salts). This is from Dr. Schussler. Is this comparable?
lotusyogini 9 years ago
Oops I did find it! It just didn't show up at first. Thanks...
lotusyogini 9 years ago
Use DKO naturals to order it in usa
and Canada.
simone717 9 years ago
If the biochemic salts don't work, you can post his case details and maybe a suitable single remedy can be figured out that can cure him.
fitness 9 years ago

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