How to Get Rid of Warts on Fingers with Natural Remedies
Warts of fingers are horrible, but they aren’t quite as bad as having warts on the face. You can be less concerned about being careful, although you still want to make sure you don’t completely destroy your skin.
Learning how to get rid of warts on your fingers is not that hard once you know what to do. I’ve written a lot about different home remedies and cures for all kind of warts, so if this article isn’t enough, there’s plenty more.
As you may know, warts on fingers are caused by the human papilloma virus, or HPV for short. Experts believe that your immune system has something to do with how likely you are to get warts.
Some people can come in contact with warts but never get it, while others get it just by looking at them.
They don’t know, and I am sure you don’t really care, so let’s learn how to get rid of warts on fingers and get your skin healed.
How to Remove Warts on Your Fingers, Naturally
Many of these home remedies work, and often astonishingly well, but you have to have patience, as it may take several weeks for you to see results.
Some have even said that it took them one month until their wart fell off with the apple cider vinegar remedy, so be consistent!
1. Apple Cider Vinegar. There are many ways to do this, but what you want to do is apply apple cider vinegar on your wart and keep it there for as long as you can. You can do this by using a cotton ball, some medical tape, or even a band-aid. It is completely up to you.
2. Banana Peels. Using banana peels is great, because they are cheap, mild, and you get to eat the banana if you want to. What you do is you take the inside of the banana peel, apply it to the warts on your fingers, and let it be. I also recommend you scrub it a bit on the wart. Some even say that the more unripe the banana, the better.
3. Nutrition. It has been said that a nutritional deficiency allows the human papilloma virus to create warts. Some have had success by buying a zinc supplement, while others have eaten bananas to increase their potassium levels. The best would probably be to take a natural multivitamin supplement (I use this one), while eating well, and using natural cures and home remedies.
All in all, it is possible to remove warts on fingers. You just have to be patient, and you have to be willing to try different options.
And as I said above, make sure you eat healthy, think healthy, and give your body what it needs. If you want more tips on how to heal your skin, I think you may want to read my article on home remedies for warts.