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Remove Plantar Warts

by JP Scott

September 2009

- Cut orange peels into squares larger that the wart.
- Soak the squares in brown cider vinegar for 4 to 8 hrs. (After roughly 24 hrs of soaking, discard and start over as the squares get too soft.)
- Apply soaked square peel inside down on top of wart. Bandage or wrap with sports tape to hold the peel in place. Apply each night before bed. By the third night you will notice the skin wrinkled up and drawing in towards the wart. After 5 to 8 days (depending on the size of the wart) you will notice the wart turning black and getting smaller in area. Usually by 2 weeks the wart is dead and your body will heal around it and force it out.

I've done this several times and it works great! Remember, this only works on planters warts.

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