That’s right. Tea Tree essential oil has been proven time and again to dissolve unsightly warts. This is not a claim I take lightly, in fact, it’s possible it won’t work for you. Meaning, my body chemistry is different than yours, so what works for me may or may not work for you. But, it has worked for thousands of people, including myself and if you’re interested in trying an at-home holistic, chemical-free, non-toxic treatment that only requires Tea Tree essential oil and patience, then you can save yourself a trip to the doctor and potentially your life.
What’s a wart?
Other than gross- it’s a symptom of an infection of Human papilloma virus (HPV). Ladies, it’s part our annual OB/GYN check up, but men can have it too. In fact, most of us have it dormant within our bodies, but if and when it “flares up” it can cause our bodies to go haywire.
Tea tree oil has natural anti-viral and anti-microbial properties that naturally increase your body’s immunity, allowing it to be very effective as a topical disinfectant.
I had a gross wart on my middle finger that I’d been hiding under a band-aid for several months. Finally, in a surge of determination, I decided to give my Tea Tree oil remedy a shot. It took me longer to heal than other online users claimed. I read a lot of reviewers say they put the oil on before bed, covered it in a band-aid and VOILA, woke up with beautiful wart-free skin. It didn’t work like that for me unless you tack on about another 30 days to that regimen. But, it did work…eventually.
For the record, I do not believe it just went away “on its own” over time. If you’ve ever had a wart, you know they can last for years.
What if it doesn’t work?
If it turns out that your body chemistry is so different than mine that it doesn’t respond to Tea Tree oil you can give any one of these a shot (with patience and persistence): oregano oil, echinacea, calendula, garlic, goldenseal or pau d’arco.