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Medicinal Herbs versus Moles and Warts

February 7 2011 at 4:07 AM
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I have been trying more and more in recent years to avoid using synthetic chemical medicines for most of my common ailments and have found a basic study in herbs and aromatherapy to be very useful in achieving this. I have a smattering of raised dark moles across the torso which my GP assures me are harmless but difficult to remove without surgery which would leave scars. They are technically a form of wart but look like common moles with a slightly dry uneven surface on the larger examples.

This condition is clearly beyond my basic knowledge as my lavender and citrus oil rubs have proven to be ineffective.
If anyone can suggest an effective herbal treatment of any kind I'd be very grateful.

Many thanks

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Urszula Wolski

medical herbs for moles and warts

February 9 2011, 2:25 PM 


I too have similar issues and would be grateful for any suggestions. I spend a lot of time outdoors and although I cover up, use lotion etc, it is still a concern.



Also looking for wart treatment

February 9 2011, 8:31 PM 

Hi, I would be grateful too if anyone could recommend a good natural wart treatment for warts on the hand/fingers.

Many thanks.

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