Treating Warts with Apple Cider Vinegar
I had a really stubborn wart that wouldn’t go away even when my doctor tried to freeze it off a couple of times so I went to earthclinic.com and found a treatment that worked really well using ACV, so I decided to give it a try.
If possible, based on the location of the wart, get a small piece of cotton and soak it in some Bragg’s or Spectrum ACV and place the soaked cotton ball over the wart with a band aid or some medical tape on top of it to keep it in place. You want to do this a total of 3 times throughout the day with a fresh cotton ball and ACV applied over the wart.
If the wart is located in a place where a band aid or medical tape won’t keep it in place, which I have had happen before, then what you can do is carry around some apple cider vinegar in a small bottle with a dropper (like the one’s tinctures come in). Whenever you think about it or have a chance just pull out the bottle and place a drop of the ACV directly on the wart.
I have used this treatment 3 times both with and without the tape and it usually takes about 4-7 days and the wart will eventually turn black, shortly before falling off. It takes a little bit of persistence but any time I have used this method the wart has never returned.
HEAL Member: Albuquerque, NM