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Wart on sole

I have had a wart on the sole of my right foot for over 15 years. The wart grows inwards and develops an outer dry skin that hurts when it gets thick. At that point I usually remove the skin with the help of any wart product sold in pharmacies and a wart removal blade.
I was almost successful in removing it once, when I had a go at it almost every day for 2 weeks but the wart came back.
Is there any proven remedy that I could use to remove such a wart?
Thanks in advance for any advice
  Pineda on 2006-12-06
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[Complete ] [Extremities]Warts:Foot:Sole of:

Total Drugs : 14

Drug Mark Remedy Remedy Full Name

2 Sep Sepia succus
1 Ant-c Antimonium crudum
1 Bac Bacillinum burnett
1 Calc Calcarea carbonica Hahnemanii
1 Carc Carcinosin Burnett
1 Con Conium maculatum
1 Lach Lachesis
1 Lyc Lycopodium clavatum
1 Med Medorrhinum
1 Nat-m Natrum muriaticum
1 Phos Phosphorus
1 Sil Silicea; Silica terra
1 Sulph Sulphur
1 Syc-co Sycoccus bacillus by Paterson (Bowel Nosode)

Without detail.It is difficult to select the proper remedy.

sajjadakram635 last decade
Try Antimony Crudum 30. One dose at alternate days for atleast 2 weeks.

And chew small twigs of raw thuja. Do google on thuja, most probably it grows in your home or next door.
kuldeep last decade
local application of THUJA mother tincture on the affected part 3 times a day should also help.
rishimba last decade
Thanks to everyone that repplied to my email. I will try the remedies advised.
Pineda last decade
Hi Pineda,

I had a plantars wart on bottom of my foot and successfully got rid of it in approx two weeks maybe less.
I used Austrailian Blue Cypress oil.
I would take one drop in my mouth, very bitter and place one drop on a very small bit of cotton and placed it directly over the wart which I then covered with a small bandage. I did this every day. I would reapply a new piece of cotton with the blue cypress oil every morning and after I bathed so it was always on the wart.

I have successfully used Thuja to vanish warts from dogs.

As you probably already know, a wart is caused by a virus in the body that comes out through the skin.
Telamoon last decade
Blue cypress oil is basically Thuja. All cypresses are called Thujas.
kuldeep last decade
Wow, I had no idea, pretty cool!
It worked SO well.
A friend that has a flower essence, homeopathy, essential oil etc... shop suggested the Australian Blue Cypress for me when I told her I had the plantars wart and since i work with dogs told me that the thuja in homeopathic form works great for dog.
The Blue Cypress worked so well and quickly; I had no idea that they were basically the same.

Telamoon last decade

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