Get Rid of Plantar’s Warts Naturally

A plantar wart appears as a small, dark speck under the surface of a wart and can develop on any part of the foot. Walking on the wart can force the wart under the skin causing a callus to develop over the top of it. As it grows walking will become painful and difficult; it will often feel like there is a pebble in your shoe. It is possible to get a collection of plantar warts which is called a mosaic wart.

How can I tell if I have a plantar wart?

  • You can see a plantar’s wart on your foot, There will be small specks of dark that are actually capillaries supplying the wart with blood.
  • In addition, as plantar’s warts move under the skin they can make walking uncomfortable.
  • Plantar’s warts are grey or brown or seedy and rough to the touch.

 

How can I prevent a plantar wart?

Do not go barefoot. Wear shoes or sandals esepcially in locker roms, pools, public and shared showers and even hotel rooms.

How can I treat a plantar wart?

  • Make a paste of baking powder and castor oil. Place on the wart, cover with a bandage and leave overnight. Repeat as necessary.
  • Make a baking soda soak and soak your foot often.
  • Eat foods that boost the immune system. Start with garlic, sweet potatoes and whole-grain foods.
  • Rub crushed garlic or onion on your wart. Both are anti-virals.
  • If your wart is covered by hard skin or has a hard surface, soak it in very hot water, then use other methods.
  • Make a Vitamin C paste by crushing a vitamin C tablet and mixing it in water. Then apply to the wart and cover with a bandage.
  • Mask the wart with mashed fig for 30 minutes every day for about three weeks.
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