The growths are not the body – this is not only aesthetic problem. They can also cause certain discomfort, become inflamed, bleed, and increase in size. When such symptoms appear, experts strongly recommend that they be removed.
Modern medicine offers several ways to excise these neoplasms, but along with them there are alternative medicine methods that are also effective in the fight against warts. Often, various oils are used for this purpose.
The wonderful properties of tea tree oil
Numerous reviews about this tool indicate that it really copes with the removal of warts on the body. It is notable for its low price and ease of use, due to which many resort to its use.
Tea tree from warts is effective due to the fact that it has a number of properties:
Due to the fact that the oil has a complex effect on the skin, it effectively copes with a number of dermatological problems, including fungal infections, damage to the integrity of the skin, and even burns.
The treatment of warts is also effective due to the fact that antiviral is isolated from the main properties of the drug.
How to use tea tree oil to remove warts
In order to remove warts, it is recommended to purchase exclusively 100% tea tree oil at drugstores, and later breed it following the instructions. If the concentration of the agent is lower, then it is quite possible that it will be ineffective. It is not recommended to purchase those oils, which include soybean oil. Their effectiveness is significantly lower.
Before starting the application, it is necessary to consider several nuances:
- It is necessary to use tea tree oil from warts as an external remedy, it is strictly forbidden to take it inside;
- Before starting therapy, it is imperative to conduct a sensitivity test. A small amount of the product should be applied to the elbow, wait a few minutes. If no negative changes are found, then treatment can begin;
- A burning sensation that occurs 3 minutes after applying the oil is considered normal, but only if it is insignificant;
- If the rules of use are not observed, such side effects as redness, itching and irritation of the skin may occur;
- With increased sensitivity of the skin, the oily solution should be less concentrated.
- The area of the skin on which the oil will be applied is covered with gauze;
- The oil is mixed with ordinary water or aloe juice in equal proportions;
- Warts are steamed before the procedure;
- The oil solution is rubbed into the growth up to three times a day;
- The course of therapy is at least two weeks and not more than a month.
Tea tree from warts is contraindicated in the following cases:
- The patient suffers from allergic dermatosis;
- Burns of 2-3 degrees;
- Bronchial asthma and allergies;
- Pregnancy and lactation;
- It is not recommended to resort to the use of this tool in the treatment of growths in children under the age of six.
Castor oil is a formidable weapon against warts
Castor is very often used in cosmetology. This is due to the fact that the tool has the following properties:
- Emollient – softens corns and corns;
- Soothing – able to relieve heaviness and pain in the legs;
- Antiviral – effective in removing papillomas and warts;
- Smoothing – effective in the fight against fine wrinkles;
- Toning – the skin becomes soft and supple;
- Anti-burn – helps to moisturize the affected areas, nourishes them;
- Antibacterial – castor oil is used in the treatment of all kinds of damage to the epithelium;
- Anti-inflammatory – eliminates irritation and redness;
- Firming – the hair becomes thick and strong.
Castor oil from warts is used in several ways:
- castor oil is collected in a pipette and from it is already applied directly to the wart. Gauze is applied from above and fixed with a band-aid. After a few minutes, the bandage is removed. Manipulation is performed twice a day for three weeks;
- a cotton swab dipped in oil and rubbed into the neoplasm up to five times a day. To achieve maximum effect, the affected areas are intensively massaged. Therapy lasts about a month.
The use of this tool when removing warts is considered unacceptable in the following cases:
- intolerance to the body of the components of the drug;
- children under 12 years old.
This is another effective wart essential oil. It has long been widely used in folk medicine in the fight against headache, cough and cancer. Use it with warts.
Instructions for removing warts with this tool:
- oil with a cotton swab is applied to the affected area;
- the procedure is carried out three times a day;
- therapy lasts until the growths completely disappear.
It is worth remembering that thuja oil contains toxic substances in its composition. That is why it is strictly forbidden to use it for pregnant women and women during lactation. Extremely undesirable therapy using any essential oils to remove neoplasms in children.
Black cumin oil
A wide range of uses of this tool is due to the fact that black cumin oil has a number of properties:
The use of this tool is quite effective against warts. It is applied directly to the neoplasm itself in the form of lotions up to three times a day. Such manipulations are performed until the growths completely disappear.
Despite the absence of contraindications to the use of this, caution must be exercised, strictly follow all instructions, and at the first undesirable manifestations completely discontinue its use.
Green tea oil
Often in folk medicine on growths, fir green tea oil is used. Its use is carried out on the principle of ricin or castor oil. The product contains a huge amount of catechins, has antiviral and antioxidant properties. Due to this, it is widely used in solving a number of cosmetic problems.
For the purpose of warts, it is used according to the following scheme:
- oil is applied to the affected area only once a day;
- massaging movements rubbed into the skin;
- the procedure is repeated daily;
- therapy is continued until complete elimination of growths.
This tool can be used even in the face. In addition, it prevents wrinkles, smoothes the skin and makes it more elastic.
Oils are not the traditional treatment for warts. They are classified as traditional medicine. In most cases, they turn out to be effective, but still it is necessary to treat them as carefully as possible. Like any folk remedy, the effectiveness of which is not confirmed by traditional medicine, this should be used strictly according to the instructions.
When the first adverse reactions appear, whether it is burning, redness, itching, or bleeding, it is necessary to stop such therapy and be sure to consult a specialist. With its help, not only will it be possible to avoid a number of undesirable consequences, but also to remove the hated neoplasm in a safe way.