Plantars Wart Removal

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I recently worked with a client who had a very painful plantar's wart that she'd been dealing with for nearly a year with no resolution.  She tried all kinds of things and still it wasn't going away enough. She had contacted me when she felt that she had a glass shard stuck in her foot originally and there was a lot of sharp shooting pain. When it was finally discovered that she had a plantars wart than we knew that we're dealing with a virus in fact which is a whole different story than a glass sliver in your foot.

I offered her the following suggestion and though the pain increased for part of the healing it was ultimately effective in removing the wart and causing it to fall off within about 5-7 days! Here's a remedy I offered her use at your own risk.

Get a cotton ball and soak it in apple cider vinegar, then apply to the wart and cover with duct tape. Change the cotton ball at least twice a day with a new one and tape. Or if you have time do a 30 min foot soak in apple cider vinegar in the evenings prob 5-6 soaks would do it. Should help with reducing the pain and killing the wart. ACV baths helps in general with providing relief. If too much pain take some buffered powder vitamin C or camu camu powder with water and add some willow bark to that as a natural pain reliever. Also optionally can apply some tea tree oil following the ACV soak. Ongoingly because many viruses can be paired with bacteria, fungus, yeasts and other parasites getting and using a zapper with antimicrobials such as garlic can help to deter them from returning. I have a few of the zappers for sale for around $135 if you want one email me  at dina@elivinghealth.com
Information on plantar's wart:
The Basics: What Are Plantar Warts?Plantar warts are tough, horny growths that develop on plantar surfaces -- that is, the soles (or bottom) of the feet. Normal standing and walking tends to force them into the skin, and the pressure makes the feet very painful. Like all warts, they are benign and may go away even without treatment, but in many cases they are too painful to ignore. Plantar warts that grow together in a cluster are known as mosaic warts.What Causes Them?

Plantar warts are caused by a virus that invades the skin through tiny cuts or abrasions. The warts may not appear for weeks or months after the initial exposure. Like other viral infections, plantar warts are contagious, commonly spread in public swimming pools or communal showers. Epidemics of plantar warts sometimes break out among people who share gym or athletic facilities or who engage in group activities where bare feet are the rule. Because most people build immunity to the virus with age, plantar warts are more common in children than in adults.

A plantar wart (also known as "Verruca plantaris"[1]:405) is a wart caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) occurring on the sole or toes of the foot. (HPV infections in other locations are not plantar; see human papillomavirus.) Plantar warts are usually self-limiting, but should be treated to lessen symptoms (which may include pain), decrease duration, and reduce transmission.[2]

A plantar wart. Striae (fingerprints) go around the lesion.

Because plantar warts are spread by contact with moist walking surfaces, they can be prevented by not walking barefoot in public areas such as showers or communal changing rooms, not sharing shoes and socks, and avoiding direct contact with warts on other parts of the body or on other people. Humans build immunity with age, so infection is less common among adults than children.[4]

Once a person is infected, there is no evidence that any treatment eliminates HPV infection or decreases infectivity, and warts may recur after treatment because of activation of latent virus present in healthy skin adjacent to the lesion. There is currently no vaccine for these types of the virus. However, treatments are sometimes effective at addressing symptoms and causing remission (inactivity) of the virus.[3]

(this website is not intended to provide medical advice, please seek help from your trained practicioner and take any suggestions as my opinion as I am not intending to treat or cure any disease)

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  2. Warts can be acutely embarrassing and even painful as in the case of plantars.

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  3. Paulspnao says:

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  4. Selena says:

    I saw the review and makes me scared on plantar warts. But with proper hygiene that can retrieve from any illness. It can be much better to avoid from dirty places and having sexual intercourse with someone else.
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  5. Cheska says:

    Plantar warts is commonly seen at the heels. It’s not that disgusting for it can’t be seen right away but the thought of having it is very annoying.
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