How is celandine used for warts?

wart plant celandine

Celandine, due to its beneficial properties, is very actively used both in cosmetology and medicine.

It is also very important to know that celandine can be useful and at the same time dangerous plants, therefore, when using it in home recipes, you should be extremely careful.

Freshly squeezed celandine juice is rich in many different beneficial substances.

Its proper use helps to get rid of warts, corns and acne.

What do we mean by the phrase "proper use" of warts?

We will tell you everything in this article.

The use of celandine in the treatment of warts

The method of removing unpleasant warts at home involves the use of fresh juice from the stem of celandine.

First, before applying the juice, it is necessary to moisten the wart with water and then gently rub fresh celandine juice into it.

This procedure should be repeated about four times a day.

And the whole full course of such treatment can extend to 2-4 weeks.

And the darkening of the wart and its gradual wrinkling, then its complete disappearance, will testify to the positive result of this treatment.

Also effective in the fight against warts are ointments based on dried celandine juice: mix equal parts of celandine juice with petroleum jelly and with the resulting mixture rub the existing warts several times a day. The same alternative from a mixture of celandine juice with glycerin.

In addition, some believe that swallowing drops of squeezed juice from celandine can help remove warts, but this is very dangerous, as the plant is poisonous.

Application in medicine

In medicine, warts are removed by both cosmetologists and dermatologists. In this regard, representatives of traditional medicine have their own proven methods for solving this problem. One effective such method is the use of ointments prepared on the basis of celandines. In this procedure, the warts are also wet with water, and around the wart, in order to protect the skin, it is necessary to treat it with baby cream. Ointment with celendin point should be applied to the problem area. This method should be repeated according to the attached instructions.

Attention, the yarrow is a poisonous plant!

In addition to all the useful qualities, there are some precautions and contraindications for the use of products based on celandines.

It is important for everyone to know that this plant contains a poison that has the ability to burn the skin.

And the removal of warts with the help of components of celandine is fraught with long-lasting wound healing.

And if the warts are located in the face area, then when they are removed, a scar may remain, which is unpleasant.

And in case of contact with the skin of fresh concentrated juice of this plant, it often causes microburning of the skin.

And due to the high toxicity and the danger of jaundice, it is contraindicated in the treatment of both young children and pregnant and lactating women.

Be always healthy and beautiful!