of HPV which cause different types of warts. Like any other viral disease,
viral warts are contagious and spread by direct contact.
Viral warts and other wart like
Viral warts can be confused at times with other skin growths such as
skin-tags (benign skin tumour), molluscum contagiosum (growths on the
skin which look like white pearls; caused by another group of virus;
often observed in children), moles, birth-marks, lichen planus, etc. A
careful look by a trained doctor makes the diagnosis clear.
Warts, in the past and even presently, are often treated
locally with the help of some liquid or solution. Some cases
are treated by cauterization (burning the warts) by skin
doctors. All such measures, it has been observed, are
temporary; and the warts reappear after some time.
Homoeopathy Cure for Warts:
Homoeopathy offers an excellent and promising cure for warts.
The beauty of the treatment is that the medicines are to be
taken orally and there is no local application. This
treatment, in turn, treats the ailment from within, for a
long time and almost permanently.
Course of treatment:
The duration of treatment varies from patient to patient.
The duration of treatment depends on the severity of warts
and their chronicity. Approximately, within three months or
so, one finds positive results. Warts which are many in
number and have existed for more than five years may need
longer course of medication.
Is it safe?
Homoeopathic treatment is essentially safe and absolutely
harmless, which may be taken along with any other medicine,
Are there specific remedies for warts?
There are about 25 possible medicines for warts in
homoeopathy. Every patient with warts may require one of this
group of medicines based on his individual symptoms. Only
after a detailed case study, the correct remedy can be
determined for any patients.
What is the cure rate?
A study of over 200 cases of warts at homeopathyclinik.com has
indicated a success rate of over 85%.
How to consult a homoeopathic doctor?
There are homoeopathic doctors in many parts of the world,
especially in Asia, Europe, Australia, Canada, U.S.A.,
Africa. One may make an inquiry with a local homoeopathic
college or organization requesting a recommendation for a
qualified homoeopathic practitioner. You might find a list of
homoeopaths on the internet. However, there are many places,
towns and villages where one may not locate a qualified
homoeopath. Those patients, who may find it difficult to find
a qualified, experienced homoeopath, may take advantage of
our Online consultation for long-distance treatment on the