honeysuckle and hrysanthemum

by Munai
(United States)

Is it true that the honeysuckle and hrysanthemum pills will cure hpv?

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Sep 12, 2012
by: Zelda Behr

Yes it is quite true, honeysuckle and chrysanthemum have antiviral properties and can remove the virus from the blood.

Some other home remedies for HPV include the following:

* Garlic can be added to food or taken as a supplement it works like a natural antibiotic.

* Apply a paste of baking soda and water to the wart and leave on.

* Applying vitamin E oil will stop them from spreading and help the area heal.

* Drink a lot of lemon juice, this contains vitamin C that boosts your immune system or you can apply orange extract oil on the wart.

* A bath of Epsom salts can help with warts, just add 2-3 table spoons of epsom salt to your bath water.

* Apply apple cider vinegar to the wart and Aloe Vera afterwards, it will not only moisturize, but also help remove the wart.

* Apply tree tea oil to the wart.

* Drink Echinacea drops or tablets, this is a great immune booster and antibiotic, Do not use longer than a week; it can loose it's effectiveness.

Different tips of HPV and more info on them:

* Plantar wart (wart on feet)

* Flat warts

* Filifirm warts

* Common wart

Hope this helps.

NOTE: My advice is only informational. I am not a medical doctor and if symptoms worsen or persist consult your doctor.

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