Warts are unsightly skin formations of various sizes and positions, and their appearance is caused by the papilloma virus (found in most people). Individual small warts usually do not cause much concern. The problem will start to appear when they grow up, appear large, appear on the face or where they continue to rub (waist, thigh). The activation of body growth is the result of the decline of the body's immune defense capabilities. Warts look like plaques and nodules. Over time, they will gradually grow and merge into entire colonies.
The predisposing factors that may cause warts and papilloma include:
- Metabolism problems;
- Increased sweating (including caused by wearing shoes and clothes that are too warm);
- Poor immunity;
- The presence of viral infection in the body.
The good news is that this problem can be easily resolved. If you don't want to turn to a doctor (to remove warts with laser, nitrogen, gas-liquid mixture), try traditional medicine recipes. The most popular medicine is celandine.
Ingredients of celandine
Celandine is a plant belonging to the poppy family. It is a perennial herb, bush-like, dark green. The flowers were yellow and were later replaced by pods with testicles. The most beneficial is the plant sap collected during flowering.
This herb has the following chemical composition:
- Essential oil;
- Natural antibiotics;
- Organic acid;
- Vitamin C and A.
It is these ingredients that determine the healing properties of celandine. The plant is used to fight bacteria, fungi, tumors and relieve pain. The topical use of juice can enrich the body's vitamins, enhance local immunity, eliminate viruses in warts, and help burn formations. Because of the natural anesthetic that constitutes the plant, the pain is minimal.
Celandine juice is poisonous, so be careful. Do not let it come into contact with the skin, as this will cause burns. To treat warts, juice is used in its pure form, and decoctions and ointments are prepared along with it. After applying the product, the formations on the skin may turn dark-don't worry, this is the normal response of the skin to the death of cell structure. If the darkening is accompanied by pain, see a doctor-it may be swelling of the tissue.
The role of celandine in removing wartsCelandine has the functions of sterilization, disinfection and burning. Therefore, it not only eliminates the less beautiful appearance, but also eliminates the cause of its appearance on the local level. With the help of celandine, you can remove any warts, except warts on sensitive parts- those are the intimate organs, the eyelids. If you use celandine juice and notice swelling of the treatment area with a red tint, consult a doctor-or the allergy starts, or the treatment is simply not suitable for you. The plant is not used to treat malignant tumors.
There are many ways to use factories. The simplest and most effective method is to apply the juice to the formation, but the solution will become very thick and may cause burns. A more gentle option is decoction, ointment. Juice cannot be brought inside; when handling the skin, be careful and monitor the reaction.
How to make celandine extract or juice at home?
To use celandine to make juice, it is recommended to collect the herbs together with the root. Wash the plants thoroughly and let them dry-no moisture should remain. Then the fresh grass is ground into porridge in a meat grinder-squeeze it through cheesecloth or thick cloth, pour the juice into a dark glass bottle, seal it with a stopper, and leave it for a week. After a week, the fermentation process will begin-open the stopper every day to release gas. After another 7 days, the juice can be used to burn the warts.
The extract is made by adding vodka or alcohol to juice to extend the shelf life. Ratio-1 liter of vegetable juice per 0. 5 liter of vodka. Store the extract in the refrigerator. Both are used to burn warts 2 to 5 times a day.
How to make celandine soup
Celandine broth is made with fresh grass-pre-washed, dried, poured into boiling water and boiled. For 1. 5 liters of water, take 10 grams of grass and cook the broth for 15 minutes. The resulting product is used to lubricate the affected area or tighten at night. If you do not have asthma or epilepsy, you can take it orally with water and decoction 2 to 3 times a day. The efficacy of the weakly concentrated composition is much lower than that of juice, but there is no possibility of burns.
Homemade Celandine Oil
Celandine oil is safe and suitable for young children-Celandine oil will form a film on the skin surface to protect the epithelium from burns. To prepare the product, pour a one-liter hay can to the top and cover with vegetable oil. The infusion time is 2-3 weeks, after which it can be suppressed. For long-lasting results, keep the oil on the skin for at least 5 minutes.
Glycerin and Celandine Ointment
The ointment is made of celandine juice and glycerin ointment. First, the juice is prepared according to the above scheme, and then it is mixed with glycerin in the specified ratio until a thick and uniform composition is obtained. The ointment needs to be rubbed into the affected area. Do not overuse it to avoid burns.
Compress with celandine
Compression can be used:
- An alcohol tincture of celandine, diluted with water.
- A soup made with fresh herbs.
The safest option is decoction, which can be dipped into gauze and left overnight. Enough to keep the ointment and grease for 10-30 minutes, the alcohol tincture can also have a great effect on the skin, so do not exceed the exposure time, and dilute the concentrate at a ratio of 1: 1. Alcohol tincture can be stored in the refrigerator for a year or more, so you can use the product at any time. Alcohol has disinfection and sterilization effects and can disinfect the skin, but it can cause dryness and allergic reactions.
Use of celandine pharmacy
If you don't want to prepare your own wart removal medicine, please use ready-made medicine preparations. They all have similar effects and costs. If you cannot choose, consult your doctor.
Contraindications and side effectsCelandine juice is a natural, effective but aggressive preparation, therefore, it is recommended to perform individual tolerance tests before starting treatment. If the skin is red, swollen, or itchy, it is best not to use celandine. In childhood, the plant should be used with caution.
You should not treat the skin in private areas-it is very fragile and the warts will disappear, but almost 100% will burn. Before each moxibustion, be sure to lubricate healthy skin on the skin near the treatment site. To improve the efficiency of the operation, treat the affected area with salt and soda solution. Keep the celandine juice bottle out of the reach of children because the product is toxic and may be fatal if swallowed. Use concentrated preparations, undiluted fruit juices, and e-agents carefully to avoid skin burns.
Celandine has long been used for medical purposes, and despite its high toxicity, it is very effective. You can easily find or buy. When applied topically, the herb not only has a cauterizing effect, but also has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and bactericidal effects. When treating warts on the legs and arms, pain is rarely experienced, but sensitive areas should be watched to avoid burns. Celandine is a very effective folk remedy. Traditional healers are right, but it is difficult to call it safe. So treat it, but remember-the use of poison requires effective methods.
We remind you that the sap of the plant should be collected during the active flowering period-during this time it is most efficient. If you use too much product, it may cause severe burns and leave scars. In order to improve the treatment effect, it is recommended to take measures to enhance the overall immunity.