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Warts and the baking soda and castor oil cure

Reference #: 995
Submit Date: 30 Jul 2007
Browse Category: warts
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Treatment used: baking soda and castor oil
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Country of Remedy: USA
Remedy Source: folklore
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Remedy Description

The following is a list of things you will need to create the mixture…



1. Small Bottle of Castor Oil (widely available at local grocery and drug stores)



2. Plain Old Baking Soda



Step 1:

Mix a teaspoon of Castor Oil with just enough baking soda to make a thin paste. Not cake like or crumbly, if that happens, you will need to add more oil.



NOTE: For genital warts, use only the castor oil – do not mix with or use the baking soda. Castor oil only!



Step 2:

Once in the morning and once in the evening…



Rub a small amount into the mole or wart until somewhat absorbed (will take

approximately 1 or 2 minutes). Then apply a little more and cover with a Band-Aid.



Keep this up until the mole or wart shrivels and disappears. Usually takes from 3 days to 3 weeks for them to fall out.



Since everyone is different, the process may take longer for some keep doing this until the mole, wart or skin-tag has completely fallen off.



You can take a shower and all just remember to reapply the mixture and cover with a Band-Aid after you have

showered.



If you find you are sensitive to the baking soda you may just use the Castor Oil alonewith the Band-Aid, and it will work also. It will just be a little slower

in some cases.





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