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Aloe Vera  

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Posted by Dawnbeary (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) on 07/31/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Started with several big ole warts on hands and feet. Used apple cider vinegar with limited results. Used over the counter wart removal stuff for months on and off. Pretty much figured I would never get rid of these things. Put aloe Vera on them with bandaid and virtually gone after 2 days. Amazing.


Posted by Jay (Newquay, Cornwall, Uk) on 07/14/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Just wanted to share that I had many warts on my hands and had an aloe vera plant, had read somewhere they get rid of them. I had tried all the different products and just didn't get rid of them. I cut a leaf off the plant, cut it in half, put the flesh side down on the wart, covering it. Then wrapped a small bandage and tape over it, within a week they had gone!


Posted by Cathrine (Plant City, Florida, Us) on 08/12/2011
5 out of 5 stars

Rub the cut edge, of a piece of an Aloe vera leaf, on the planters wart 2 times a day, for 2 weeks. Cover with bandage if you wish. A small piece of a leaf cut off the plant will be enough to last for several days if you keep it in the refrigerator.
This worked for my daughter. Out of 20 of our doctors patients, this worked for 19. He had a patient with planters warts that kept returning after being removed. The patients grandmother had the remedy!


Posted by J Girl (Tampa, Fl) on 05/08/2011
5 out of 5 stars

My son had at least 6 planters warts on his one foot which were painful and seemed to be multiplying in spite of all our efforts. Got some pure aloe vera gel (the whole plant not simply the inner milk/juice) at the health food store for about $12 for a small bottle and started putting that on his foot at night while he slept (no covering, just open to the air). Within 6 days they started to turn black as I read. After about 2 1/2 weeks they are all gone. Looks like a brand new foot. No pain involved in the whole process.


Posted by Erin (Cconcord, NC) on 07/17/2008
5 out of 5 stars

Just wanted to let you know that I have tried everything to get rid of a painful plantars wart that was on the bottom of my foot. I tried duct tape, ate tons of bananas, tried every OTC thing possible, even Tagament. I could hardly walk because the foot would hurt so bad. It would be red and painful by the end of the day. Finally tried aloe vera gel. I put it on one night and within two days, I noticed it did not hurt as bad. About a week later, I noticed I could walk without any pain and the wart had turned black. Almost two weeks later, the wart had dried up and I was able to take a pair of tweezers and pull it completely out. The wart is gone and my foot feels and looks normal except a little dry rough spot where the wart was, a small crater like hole where the wart was that is closing in. I am so happy and relieved as I had the wart for about four months.