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Thuja  

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Posted by Alex (Thessaloniki, Greece) on 07/18/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I have cured three warts with thuja essential oil. I put some drops on cotton and then secure it with tape for woods over the wart overnight. DO NOT DO THIS WITH GARLIC. With garlic it can burn you deeply while you are sleeping and leave a scar but with thuja only some redness will be around thw wart. My last wart withered in one day and one third came off in my fingers the first day. It is better to file the wart a little (not bleed it) before first application and maybe sometimes later if it doesn't go away in one week.

The other two wart were at my index finger and needed weeks to vanish completely. Finally it left no scar at all.

The bad thing is that I've used thuja for big moles for months and they it didn't succeed. Just withered a little.


Posted by Joseph (Boulder, Colorado) on 02/17/2012
5 out of 5 stars

I used thuja oil, otherwise known as cedar oil, to amazing effect on a good-sized wart on my index finger. I am an acupuncturist and warts are anathemic to my practice.... So my wife (who's a great herbalist) suggested thuja. The big caveat here is that thuja is hepato-toxic, will cause harm to your liver if inhaled. The fda took it off the shelves because someone whom was treating a wart beneath his nose died from frequent applications. So with that said, don't inhale it, or ingest it. Apply on wart only, twice a day. My wart began flaking after two applications, then the core actually fell out after 2 days, and has not returned. Have used it on patients to good effect. Plantar warts are deeper and would require longer application.


Posted by Ger (Dublin, Ireland) on 05/01/2010
5 out of 5 stars

regarding warts.i advised a friend of mine who is a hairdresser to use homeopathy remedy thuja 30.i didnt actualy think he would take it or at least take it correctly but the next time i saw him his hands were completly wart free. it took him only a short time


Posted by Melissa (Alexandria, Virgina) on 08/29/2007
5 out of 5 stars

My son had a wart on his finger. I bought Thuja ointment, available at any healthfood store. We used it every night for 5 to 6 weeks. He complained that it wasn't working until one day it started drying out and flaked away over the next few days. My husband had 3 or 4 on the bottom of his feet. He also used the ointment with amazing results. This homeopathic OINTMENT will cure warts. Give it time. It is not an overnight cure. And also put a bandaid on top at bedtime.


Posted by Adam (Andover, Massachusetts) on 08/09/2007
5 out of 5 stars

I had plantar's warts on my feet for many years. A naturopathic doctor told me to buy thuja oil and finely chop up an aspirin and make a paste using about 5 or 6 drops of thuja oil on the aspirin. Apply the paste to the plantar's warts.

I did it and after about two weeks the warts disappeared completely. Thuja oil can be bought at a health food store or online. There were a few times that I applied the thuja oil directly without the paste. It killed the virus and the warts went away. This was six months ago and my feet are fine,fine, fine!