Plazan Skin care Article: Natural Help for Warts - By Stewart Hare
Issued December,15 2005
Natural Help for Warts By Stewart Hare
Human papillomavirus (HPV) affects the outer layer of the skin; this causes the common skin growth warts.
There are up to 60 different types of warts, the most common one which affects the hands,
fingers and arms and sometimes other areas of the body is called verruca vulgaris.
The hands, fingers and arms are the most common place to get warts because these areas are more prone
to injury which warts tend to prefer.
Warts can affect most of the population but are more common in individuals under 30 years of age.
Warts are highly contagious and especially affect children.
Warts on the soles of the feet become flatten by the weight of the body;
these warts develop into the painful verrucas which are highly contagious especially through a damp environment.
Other types of warts are flat warts, genital warts and laryngeal papillomas.
Many over the counter medicines are available for warts,
it is also worth knowing that over half of all warts disappear within a year themselves without any treatment.
Applying vitamin E oil to a wart and covering it with a plaster for two weeks has been reported to work,
so has applying tea tree oil mixed with a little of garlic oil. Taking supplements of vitamin C,
vitamin E, zinc, Echinacea and garlic tablets can help.
It is wise to remember that warts are extremely contagious and to avoid getting warts it is best not to scratch or rub them.
The following supplements may help if you are suffering from Warts.
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