Natural Remedy for Genetal Warts Caused by HPV

Facts About Warts and HPV Information on Body Warts or Genital Warts

Did you know there are almost 100 different strains of the wart virus or HPV?

Did you know that type 16 and type
33 warts are linked with cancer?

We’re pleased to offer health information on flat warts, facial warts, genital warts, and more.

HPV (wart virus), Body Warts, & Genital Warts:

Body warts are a very common and, for most who have them, very embarrassing condition. Warts are caused by Human
Papilloma Virus (known as HPV or wart virus) and are the result of virus particles, microscopic in size, which infect
the skin.

Warts may appear as single bumps or in clusters. In appearance, some warts look similar to miniature cauliflower
heads. HPV Virus is not a single strain of virus. There are many types of HPV. Certain HPV strains may grow in the
mouth and others elsewhere on the body, including the genital areas.

Certain types and in particular, type 16 and 33 (genital strain) are associated with more serious changes in the
skin that may lead to cancer. Studies have shown a close link between these types of HPV and cancer of the cervix.

Unlike the herpes virus which travels into the nerve cells, HPV is localized in the skin. However, many HPV infections
are invisible. This means that the virus has altered the DNA structure of the cell but shows no visible signs on
the skin. Millions of people are unaware that they have HPV, only a medical sampling of the skin will determine if
the virus is prevalent.

The HPV type that grow on hands and feet is very common in children, although millions of adults suffer from a
similar strain.

I personally think that warts represent a more serious health challenge than has ever been proven. A virus in the
body is never a good thing in my mind, and the culprit behind warts is a virus so I look for new information to come
out, in this or that scientific journal, saying that even something as innocent as a wart could be a signal of a
body that is under too much duress. I look for science to find that viruses are factored into heart disease and other
conditions. In any case, the HPV virus that causes most warts can be dealt with so why not get rid of it? This page
contains info on a few of the more common types of warts.

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Types of Warts

What are Flat Warts? It may sound like a funny name for a wart, but it isn’t so funny
when you have them. The scientific name for flat warts is Verrucae Planea Juveniles. This type of wart can appear
just about anywhere on the body and they are growths caused by a common virus, HPV, which infects a huge amount
of people. In fact, around five million new people every year become infected with HPV virus. It’s possible to
be infected and not have warts. In this case, the person is said to be a carrier for the virus.

It can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months and sometimes even years after exposure
to HPV before warts appear. HSV, or Human Papilloma Virus, causes the growths, as well as other types of warts
which you’ll be reading about. Flat warts are also known as juvenile warts and are usually found in children and
adolescents. The most common place for flat warts to occur is on the face. For this reason, it is important to
use a wart remover which does not leave a scar.

Pinning down what type of wart you have isn’t that easy because there are almost one hundred
different strains of the wart virus, and when flat warts, or any other type of wart, becomes apparent it is important
to seek a natural, non-scarring treatment immediately, like the Heal Warts Formula.

What are Facial Warts? Facial Warts are growths which are found on the face. Normally
these are flat warts, common warts, or juvenile warts. When searching for a treatment for facial warts, obviously
the most important thing is to use a remedy which uses no acids or drugs and will not leave any scarring. It is
not a good idea to have these warts removed surgically either. With most of the removal techniques mentioned above,
the warts can easily grow back. This is due to the extensive root structure that warts have. If you do not remove
the entire wart, including the root, facial warts, and most other types of warts end up growing back at a later

Facial warts are caused by the HPV virus, which stands for the Human Papilloma virus.
It is an extremely contagious virus which can lay dormant in the body for a long time, before facial warts appear.
Normally the incubation period is a few weeks or months. The wart virus is one of the fastest spreading viruses
these days. HPV affects more people in the US each year than HIV – aids. It is estimated that about 5 million new
people become infected with the virus every year, and this number is growing rapidly!

Genital Warts (also spelled genatal warts, genitile or genitle warts but correctly spelled genital warts) are caused
by one of the most common viruses – the Human Papilloma Virus. Otherwise known as HPV, this virus is not just responsible
for genetal warts, but for other warts too. In fact, there are over 80 different strains of HPV, and warts can be
found anywhere on the body. Genetal warts make up about 30 of the different HPV strains and are extremely common.
However, many people do not know of an effective treatment / remedy.

Genetal warts are extremely contagious and can be passed from one person to another fairly easily. You do not need
to have any visible genetal warts to pass the virus on. There are many carriers of the virus who do not even have
any genatal warts. The incubation time for HPV is normally a few weeks or months, but the virus is able to lay dormant
in the body for over a year in some cases. If genitle warts appear, it is very important to treat them immediately,
using a genetal wart remover, which is natural and will get rid of warts properly, without leaving any scarring.
There is an over the counter medicine that will get rid of genitile warts for good, called Heal

Common Warts

Common warts can be found on the hands, feet, forearms, and face and range in size from a pinhead
to a small bean. They can also occur on the voice box or the larynx and cause hoarseness. They are rough, irregular
skin growths, and are caused by a virus. Highly contagious, they can be spread by picking, trimming, biting, or
touching them. They can also be spread on the face by shaving.

Common warts most often occur on skin that is continuously exposed to friction, trauma, or abrasion. They may be
flat or raised, dry or moist, and have a rough and pitted surface that is either flesh-colored or darker than the
surrounding skin. They typically do not cause pain or itching and can be left to disappear on their own unless
they become bothersome.

Venereal or genital warts are single or clusters of soft, cauliflower-like growths found in and around the vagina,
anus, penis, groin, or scrotal area. they are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). There are more than thirty-five
types of HPV, and two have been associated with cancer of the cervix and genital area. These rough, bumpy growths
can be found by the vaginal opening and labia. They are transmitted through physical intimacy and highly contagious. Males can also
contract these warts on their genitals.

If venereal warts are suspected, women should immediately see a gynecologist and have a pap test.

Wart Removal Information: For Wart removal to work properly, the entire wart needs to be drawn out from the root
upwards. The mistake that many people make with wart removal, is to use over the counter medicines and creams /
ointments with acids in them or getting them burnt off / frozen by a Doctor (cryotherapy).

Using acids or treatments such as liquid nitrogen may remove warts temporarily, but in most cases the wart grows
back, and there is a risk of scarring. The same applies to cutting warts out or having them surgically removed.
Freezing with liquid nitrogen (cryotherapy), burning, cutting, surgical removal and using a medicine, cream or
ointment with acids is therefore not advisable!

Best Wart Formula Tincture Ingredients: Garlic; Celandine; Mullein; Buckthorn Bark. Uses: Disinfectant; Infection;
Skin Disorders; Warts. Apply directly to the wart and cover with a Band-Aid. Can also be used internally.

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