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345 Home Remedies for Plantar Warts


Hydrogen Peroxide (40\\%)

I had this dreaded thing under my foot for ages - I tried everything (including the doctor). Walking was a problem, most shoes a problem... In desperation,I applied hydrogen peroxide with an earbud, watched it "fizz" and covered with a plaster every other day. IN ABOUT A WEEK IT WAS GONE - I am still amazed! Purchased from the chemist :)


I woke up with 20 little new warts after I tried to take what I thought was a callous off of my heel,..I now have up to 30 on my heel...I have read everything. I am getting results with ACV, I hate the smell,...but I am pouring the apple cider vinegar onto a mini pad,..(yes used for menses), I saturate that and put it into my sock and keep that on for 24 hours,..I just re pad every am,..and pm...they are almost all gone. It's been only one week.



Don't waste your time with anything else, they will spread. I tried freezing, apple cider vinegar, salicylic acid, duct tape, nail polish. They just multiplied. So embarrassing I was almost losing all hope. I have never posted on one of these things before just wanted to spread the good news and hopefully save someone one else the embarrassment.


Hi I had plantar wart on my thumb as a size of a corn when I was 13 years old. My mom made me use “apog” a filipino term, I think its called in the US as an “agricultural lime” (white powder mineral) but I don’t know where you can buy this stuff.

First, nip the infected area to make it bleed.

Combine a small amount of lime and pea size of water to make a thick paste and spread it in the area. It may sting and a bit itchy which mean its working.

Let it dry until the paste absorb all the blood. You can repeat this as much as you want but I suggest before you sleep so you can wrap it in gauze with cotton buds.

The warts will start to dry and nip the dry area and repeat the process. For the following days, it will just to come off.

Using this “apog” is very safe ’cause this stuff is very common in Filipino household.

Let me know if this work.


During my pregnancy I got a plantar wart on my feet sole, could barely walk. After delivery read about using white chalk to cure it. Twice a day 'painted' the wart, it dried out after several weeks. I was so relieved and hope it could help someone out there. (My cure might as well be related to hormonal change though..).


Take vitamin c and zinc tablets for a few weeks and the warts will dissappear.


Purchased these items;
-small glass vial
-pure apple cider vinegar with mother
-TCA at 50 percent
-a 1 ounce pouch of mandrake root powder (podophyllum peltatum)
-bottle of 70 percent isopropyl rubbing alcohol
-bottle of Celandine Oil
-bottle of Tea Tree Oil
-1 Avoca silver nitrate sticks
-6 rolls of 1 inch medical tape
-3 boxes of cotton swabs
-4 bottles of 500mg AHCC capsules

Now I have had planter warts for 20 years. 3 mosaic patches and 6 individual warts spread on right foot. Only one wart on left. A tiny one. Anyhow because of this I have spent around a thousand or more in products fighting these things to know end and deviating results.
Im a swimmer and getting wet all the time hasn't helped.

I took the glass vial and scooped 1 teaspoon of mandrake root powder into the vial. Then I added 1/4 teaspoon of tea tree oil. 1/4 teaspoon Celandine oil. 1/4 apple cider vinegar all into this vial. Put its lid on and shook it to mix. Then removed lid again and added 1/2 teaspoon of Tca undiluted from it's 50 percent form.
In the extra space of the vial I added the rubbing alcohol. Closed it again and shook. This jar had to sit for 4 to 5 days before the mandrake powder broke down good.
While waiting for that I did two rounds of the Silver nitrate Avoca stick on my warts and covered them with the medical tape. Each treatment had a twelve hour gap as it is extremely painful. I so started taking 2000mg of AHCC a day. Both 1000mg in morning and 1000mg at night before bed.
By day 4 I cut off with a disposable scalpel, the Black dead layers of skin left behind from the Avoca stick. I cleaned the areas with rubbing alcohol. Next I applied petroleum jelly around the outside of all the warts so my new mix wouldn't spread.
Now taking a cotton swab (1 swab per wart and do not contaminate your mix by double dipping!) I applied this mix to each wart. The swabs in the trash add up but its worth the safety to do it as I wrote above. The thick goop you leave over the wart is just fine as long as it's centered well. It won't be perfect though so hold swap directly into the wart at 90 degree angle for a moment then roll the swab at a 45 degree angle for the thick goop to roll off over the wart.
Cover all warts with medical tape. And cover with a sock.
I personally bought colored socks so the colored socks go on my bad foot and the normal socks on my good foot. I never wash them together either.
Now you will want to apply that goop daily and possibly twice a day if you can handle pain. I'm so used to the pain it doesn't hurt me anymore.
After a week solid of doing that and also replacing the tape everytime you apply new goop... Let it breath for a weekend and possibly cut off the top dead skin if comfortable. Then hit it again at the same pattern. I'm at 4 weeks and now I'm getting new skin on my foot. I'm continuing in the areas I know where my plantar warts were for an extra week to two weeks to be sure they are totally gone. But its a relatively comfortable treatment. My biggest moment of pain was rather random a week ago. My whole foot at one point was pulsing like it was beating with my heart. Lasted a few minutes than sharp needle pain for another 20 minutes. Then nothing. And ever since that, my warts have been vanishing. I'm still going at it to make sure.
I may consider a final treatment with the Avoca stick but its looking rather well for me.

Do not forget the AHCC supplements. May become a permanent thing for me even after the warts are gone.


I had about 100 plantar warts on my feet a toes for about 15 years. I tried everything! Duct tape, apple cider vinegar, lemon oil, tea tree oil, oregano oil and the normal doctor recommended remedies. Nothing worked. I keep searching on the Internet and finally was desperate enough to try soaking my foot in bleach. It worked! I soaked my feet, scrubbed off the excess skin and then soaked my foot in about an inch of bleach. The warts started disappearing the next day. I kept soaking and scrubbing and in about 10 days, they were gone! I promised that I'd Imever found a remedy that worked, I would share it with others. God Bless.


BEE PROPOLIS!!!! This saved me and got rid of my 10 warts in just a few days!! You can get the cream, or just cut open a capsule and apply it and tape it onto your wart overnight. Works like a dream!

Will Always Wear Flip Flops on Pool Decks

My first wart showed up 10 months ago.I had a single plantar wart on my right heel that I self treated with Freezing compound. It took a few treatments over several weeks for it to go away. On my left heel, I had 2 plantar warts that spread into 7 large, painful warts. Self treatment at home included freezing, duct tape,salicylic acid (also with the tape), scraping down and soaking, for MONTHS. Nothing worked and the warts became very painful. I went to another doctor and was given the option of having to undergo general anesthesia in a hospital operating room to remove, or try Efudex, a skin cancer cream. I chose the cream. I have very diligently applied the cream and also 'scraped' the excess tissue away for almost 4 months now. I can tell you that they are no longer painful and are definitely going away. This cream stings terribly, and cleaning the holes out that developed in my heel were not pleasant, but it worked. I plan to continue the medication for several months to ward off the re-emergence of warts. Really stick to the treatment plan with this medicine and plan at least 15-20 minutes of letting the cream dry after application to get the best effect.

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