The Ayurvedic Treatment for Warts

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that treats the root cause of the disease and not just the symptoms. With Ayurvedic methods of herbal wart removal, you will have less chance of having scars where the wart had been.

There are six different classifications of warts based on shape and location:

Causes of Warts

Warts are caused by the virus called Human Papiloma Virus (HPV). The chance of getting warts is increased when moisture accumulates on the skin. Swimming pools, where you walk around barefoot and exposed, may give you warts like plantar warts.

From the perspective of ayurvedic medicine, all warts are symptoms of excess of the two elements of water and earth, or the Kapha dosha. Too much phlegm in the system causes these growths it is believed. Phlegm is viewed as cold, wet and heavy.

It is important to consult with your ayurvedic medicine practitioner before beginning any treatment for these viral infections. It is important to make sure that you are not allergic to any substance used in the treatment. If any symptom of allergy appears, stop the treatment at once and inform your doctor.

Ayurvedic practitioners have a theory about why children and teenagers often get more than their fair share of warts. It is easier to contract warts during childhood and puberty while one is in the bodybuilder phase of life, the kapha phase, when the two elements of earth and water easily get out of balance and are found in excess in the younger bodies.

Ayurvedic Herbal Remedies for Warts

Apply Kaseesadi Taila oil (available at your Ayurvedic practitioner's) to the wart. Cover it and keep it clean with a cotton bandage.

Apply cashew nut oil to the wart, which will irritate it, causing it to fall off.

Apply aloe vera to the wart. It also irritates the wart. Apply three times a day for one week. The warts will vanish within days.

Apply castor oil to wart and area around it. Then cover in cotton.

The milk extracted from the papaya fruit is effective in removing warts. Apply regularly.

You can get rid of warts in days by applying clove oil to the warts daily for a week.

Obtain Amalaki or Indian gooseberry extract juice from Amalaki and apply on the warts for a week or more. Cover it with cotton.

Rub onion on the warts regularly.

Rub a raw piece of potato on the warts three times a day until they are gone.

Diet Plan for Wart Removal

Proper diet is important for curing warts. Patients, it is believed, need more than the Ayurvedic remedies to be rid of their warts. They also need an extremely healthy diet with plenty of fruits like oranges, mangoes and papaya. Also, they should eat plenty of vegetables, especially green vegetables, regularly.

Remedies containing essential oils for removing warts are available on the Internet. They cure because of their light, hot, airy, volatile nature. The strong pleasant scents of the oils have healing properties.

There are many glowing testimonials testifying to the success people have had removing growths from their skin with essential oils. The warts disappear. The Ayurvedic rationale and explanation may provide a better theory for this cure than a more scientific one.