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            Herbs for Warts

            Herbs for Warts

            Herbs for Warts (
verrucae vulgaris)


            Chinese Herbs for Warts

            Warts are called Wian Ri Chuang (thousand day sores). According to Western medicine they are a form of viral vegetation. According to Chinese medicine they are caused by lingering pathogenic wind in the skin caused by Liver Blood Deficiency

            Topical Treatment for Common Warts, Flat Warts, Filiform Warts, and Plantar Warts

            1-Direct burning with moxa (not recommended, as this can cause burns)

            2-Wash and rub with a decocted mixture of MU ZEI (herba equestria) (30gms) and XIANG FU (rhizoma cyperi) (30 grs) in 1500 ml of water. 2x per day for 30 minutes each time.

            3-Smash a kernel of fructus bruceae. After protecting the surrounding skin with petroleum jelly, apply the oil from the seed kernel  to the wart once every other day. Be careful as this oil is extremely caustic.

            4-Rub the wart once a day with endothelium corni (chicken gizzard), after it has been soaked in water.

            Internal Herbal Formula for Warts
            DO NOT USE DURING PREGNANCY

            CI SHI – Magnetitum
            ZHEN ZHU- Margaritifera
            MU LI – Ostrera concha
            HONG HUA – Carthami flos
            TAO REN – Persica semen
            ZAO JIAO CI – Gleditsia spina
            JIN YIN HUA – Lonicerae Flos
            HUANG BAI – Phellodendri Cortex

            Information  on this site is provided for educational purposes and is not meant to substitute for the advice of your own physician or other medical professional. We make no claim as to efficacy or safety of herbs or herbal medicine appearing on this site. Information and statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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