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Use tea tree oil to remove warts. It works. Use it for about 7 to 10 days.


The following is a list of things you will need to create the mixture…

1. Small Bottle of Castor Oil (widely available at local grocery and drug stores)

2. Plain Old Baking Soda

Step 1:
Mix a teaspoon of Castor Oil with just enough baking soda to make a thin paste. Not cake like or crumbly, if that happens, you will need to add more oil.

NOTE: For genital warts, use only the castor oil – do not mix with or use the baking soda. Castor oil only!

Step 2:
Once in the morning and once in the evening…

Rub a small amount into the mole or wart until somewhat absorbed (will take
approximately 1 or 2 minutes). Then apply a little more and cover with a Band-Aid.

Keep this up until the mole or wart shrivels and disappears. Usually takes from 3 days to 3 weeks for them to fall out.

Since everyone is different, the process may take longer for some keep doing this until the mole, wart or skin-tag has completely fallen off.

You can take a shower and all just remember to reapply the mixture and cover with a Band-Aid after you have

If you find you are sensitive to the baking soda you may just use the Castor Oil alonewith the Band-Aid, and it will work also. It will just be a little slower in some cases.


Have a grasshopper (not a cricket) bite the wart. The brown juice they spit on it will make it fall off! Mine was gone the next day.


Removing Warts...My mom read in a magazine, where if you take duct tape and put it on your warts, and leave it one 1 week, they will go away. My daughter had 15 or so on her big toe, and we tried this. I promise you they are now gone. We had tried burning them and several other options from the doctor, but nothing worked till now.


Rub wart with white chalk (school chalk). This dries the wart up and it slowly will disappear.


For planter's warts cover in duct tape until gone.


Apply the juice from fig stems and leaves to the warts.


Heavily salt a chopped onion and let it sit overnight. Apply the juice that is pulled out of the onion to the affected area twice daily.


Crush a clove of garlic and place on the wart with a bandage. This will result in a blister and usually cause the wart to fall off. Use vitamin E during and after this process to aid in the healing process.


Apply aloe vera gel, cayenne extract, mandrake tea, or vitamin E oil to affected areas.

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