Warts are small growths on the skin that are usually not harmful to health and in many cases are of little concern. But when they grow under the soles of the feet or in the palms of the hands, severe limitations can result. People with a weakened immune system are more susceptible to the virus, and children are more likely to get warts than adults.
The most common type of warts are spiny warts, they make up about 70% of known warts. Plantar warts usually form under the soles of the feet, and these are mainly transmitted via smear infections.
Treating warts with homeopathic remedies must be consistent and often requires weeks or even months of patience. The prognosis of treatment with globules is particularly favorable in childhood.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for warts that best suits your situation.
on fleshy, proliferating warts that are dark, brownish-yellow in color and may also ooze or bleed.
for large, jagged or stalked warts. Also with plantar warts that cause splinter-like pain. Any pressure on the wart will create a splinter sensation.
Genital warts (condyloma) and other painless skin elevations that are favored by a weakened immune system.
Genital warts and wart-like, dark red bumps on the skin.
Wart formation on calloused, cracked feet. Increased formation of corns.
Appearance of warts on forehead and chest.
Warts on the cervix, depressed cervix
Flat warts on the hands that indicate a metabolic disorder.
greyish, hard, calloused, rough warts on face, hands and fingers that bleed easily, warts of old age
Causes of Warts
Warts are small growths caused by viruses. They only affect the upper layer of skin and are very contagious in the worst case.
The viruses get into the skin via small injuries and form superficial skin growths there. If they are scratched, it is possible that the surrounding skin area will also be affected and more warts will form. However, weeks and even months can elapse between infection and the appearance of the lump.
Symptoms of warts
- Proliferating skin lesions, mostly brown in color
- Plantar warts of a certain size can cause pain when walking
Further tips and information on treatments
Even if warts sometimes itch or disturb your appearance, you should never scratch them. It is possible to reinfect yourself with the virus through injuries to the skin. The formation of further warts is the possible consequence.