nickle sized plantar wart removal

Apply raw apple cider vineager to the wart every night with a cotton ball taped over with a piece of duct tape.

"clean with rubbing alc. to remove oil for tape to stick well" do so for a week. it will hurt like a bitch btw, and also have a pulsing pain. thats normal.

After a week the wart may be black. if not keep applying. once the wart seems to be dieing or cannot bear the pain anymore apply same treatment but with pure 100% tea tree oil. do so and be 100% persistent. that is the main key.

suffocate the damn thing. after a month or two the wart will peel off. i would keep applying until fears of it appearing are gone. I did so for 4 months with a nickle sized plantar wart.

main key is not to pick at it cause it will spread. and dont be shy to use the rubbing alc. as a cleaner on your hands and feet. also i ate garlic and took vitaman c every morning and night to boost my immune system. that seems to help a lot. hope this helps.

I am not a doctor nor do i say this information is correct. this is on my personal experience and i am just sharing. hope this helps.

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