Moles can be unsightly and problematic. On average, people have anywhere from 10 to 40 moles on their bodies. Some are flat, while others are raised. They can appear on any part of the skin and are usually small and dark. They vary in size and usually have a round or oval shape. Usually, they are referred to as "nevus or nevi." Many moles are benign, but some can be cancerous. If you have a mole, you should get it checked by a doctor, who will test it for cancer, if necessary. Removing the moles is not a difficult procedure. It only takes a small amount of time and effort.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Bloodroot salve
- Flaxseed oil
Buy bloodroot salve. Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is a small woodland herb that grows in the North Central United States and Canada. The juice from the root is poisonous when taken internally, but when used externally, it has the unique ability to dissolve an abnormal growth without disturbing normal tissue.
Cover the entire mole with the salve, using your pinky finger or a Q-tip, then cover it with a bandage.
Check the mole every two days. At this time, apply more bloodroot along with a fresh bandage.
Repeat this process until the mole has been removed.
Another treatment involves applying flaxseed oil mixed with honey to the mole. You must apply it to the mole everyday for a couple of weeks until it goes away.
Crush up some garlic, so that it becomes a paste. Apply to the mole every day for at least a couple of weeks.
Your diet can help get rid of moles as well. Eating foods with a lot of potassium and vitamins can aid in the removal process. Green vegetables with vitamin A work best, but fruits containing vitamin C also work well.
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