My son had been bothering me for a while with this "thing" on his big toe, and to tell you the truth, I thought it was not much of something, so yes, I did it and did not do it really take the time to fully view the case. By the time I examined the "thing", it was a huge plant wart on the side of the big toe of my 5-year-olds! Huge and disgusting!
My first thought was: "I hope I have a Black Walnut touch in my closet." You say crazy? I was raised by herbalists, what else would you expect from me? I did not have any handy, but knew where I could get it, so I grabbed a bottle (for only $ 12.99) and started the treatment. I dropped the tincture on a cotton ball until it was largely saturated, placed it on the wart and then wrapped it with conformal and thin strips of athletic tape. Plasters did not work around that little toe, but this tape certainly made sense! We applied it every night and the connection lasted all night and the next day. When the bedtime came again, we re-grubbed the bandage, soaked a new cotton wool with black walnut and re-applied the tape. We were no longer conforming and began using folded pre-wrap over the cotton ball collar and then fastening it with the athletic tape. Both methods worked fantastic. Even with all the packing a little tincture came on his sheets and it stained, but twin sheets are not expensive so that did not bother me at all.
If you've been to the doctor to have a wart frozen, it shrinks and dies. This did exactly the opposite. It grew and grew and grew – it looked like a mushroom! My husband wondered how this would turn out, and my son became a little nervous that it was getting so big, but we kept putting the Black Walnut on every night and saw how this crazy thing grew on his toe. Soon the top of the mushroom came loose and came off. There was still a big wart with lots of seeds, so we continue to use the Black Walnut. Then one day, after about 5 weeks of diligence, most of the wart dried up and fell out. It left a huge crater in the toe of my son (which he thought was SO COOL). I adjusted the Black Walnut again that evening and by the morning the crater had disappeared, the skin was completely smoothed out. There were only a few seeds left on the site, so we continued the procedure and the site of the wart became smaller and smaller with fewer and fewer seeds until his skin was completely closed and complete. No proof of seeds or that he ever had a wart!
It was great to see how his toe healed from the inside. We gave the body the tools it needed to get rid of this viral infection and it did. No scars, no recurring warts. His body did exactly what it was best for – healed himself. It only needed the right tools. And in this case, those tools were a bottle of Black Walnut tincture, cotton balls, and tape. No doctor's visits, no insurance costs, just simple home remedies.
If I come across this again, I would use the tincture & # 39; in the evening to speed things up a little, but it's nice to know that it works with only one good application per day! I love to take care of my family in this way!