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warts or no warts. That is the question. by Croissaint Frommage - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 16:51:20 EST ID:M7ZJ6pD0 No.53794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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what is this and how do I get rid of it?
Ian Buzzworth - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 02:50:56 EST ID:EaFx7Dl4 No.53800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's a wart. Clip it, and then heat a kettle with boiling alcohol. Best to use proper rubbing alcohol if you've gotten any. Once it's boiling, put the kettle on the ground, and carefully put the infected part of your skin in the liquid.

After that, drink about a half of a cup of Apple Cider Vinegar. If your temples start to feel inflated, that means it's killing the bacteria, and in response the bacteria is worming it's way up to your brain. When this happens drink as much of the Vinegar as possible until you throw up.
Polly Pockham - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 05:35:18 EST ID:naD4k4VF No.53801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ya its a wart. cut the protrusions off if you want then tape it with duct tape. Keep re-applying the duct tape when it falls off. Takes about 1 month but having it airtight softens the skin and lets your body clear it
Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 06:29:29 EST ID:2okI+D0P No.53807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I used to help a great-aunt when she removed problems from my elderly relatives' feet, and this still has to be the nastiest plantar wart I've ever seen.


It's caused by a virus, not a bacteria.


> in response the bacteria is worming it's way up to your brain

What kind of trip are you on, son?

> until you throw up

This is the problem with the CAM movement. I can't tell whether you're joking/mocking them or if you're deranged yourself.
Nell Wannerford - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 10:29:50 EST ID:h9LHnrC8 No.53810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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what is the CAM-movement?
Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 10:49:39 EST ID:2okI+D0P No.53811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Reuben Claylock - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 04:48:36 EST ID:EaFx7Dl4 No.53823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why is that deranged? I'm just telling him what's worked for me when I've gotten warts. Now whenever me or my friends get them, I get them handled lickety split.
Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 13:15:29 EST ID:dukEarhr No.53827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Warts go away by their own volition in almost every case. You're attributing the amelioration of an illness that would have have occurred with or without it to your snake oil. Temporal correlation =/= causation.

Also, the idea that making yourself throw up can cure warts is not only pants-on-head retarded but also damaging to one's health.

Also, the fact that you thought the 'bacteria' was travelling up to people's heads because of cider vinegar in your stomach? Firstly, it's not a bacteria. Second, why would a virus migrate from your foot to your brain because of having some vinegar in your stomach? It's not a bird that's going to sense electromagnetic fields and migrate upwards, it's a fucking microorganism with no central nervous system that isn't capable of making any decisions beyond 'move toward food signalling chemicals' and 'move away from toxin signalling chemicals'.

How would making yourself vomit then expel the """""""bacteria"""""""" from your brain? From your "inflated temples"?

Get a grip, man.
Doris Blatherridge - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 14:37:57 EST ID:8vqoR5T1 No.53828 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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kill it with fire!!!!
Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw!!7zlcjO/U - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 00:13:46 EST ID:9rpSjOr7 No.53848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Liquid Nitrogen burning takes around 2-3 tries and is only 75% successful. It also burns like shit and you get a blood blister. Normal wart salicylic acid treatment creams take 2-3 months. The most I've had to continue this routine for is 3 weeks:

What I personally do with warts (as I go swimming in the fucking outbacks a lot and get them on my feet all the fucking time. god fucking damn it) is I use a pair of nail scissors (tiny ones) and cut at it until I remove all the dead, hardened skin.
Then i prepare a solution of very concentrated salicylic acid in ethanol and I drip the smallest drop on there I possibly can. Do that 3-5 times before you go to bed and it'll form a nice precipitate of salicylic acid covering your skin around the wart.

In 5-7 days, the skin will start to peel off but it will regenerate as quickly as it peels off. 10 days of nightly treatment later, the wart just falls off. Continue doing that for 3 more days after the wart falls off and you should be good for the rest of your life.

The reason why this method (rather, the home recipe method that it's making fun of) is sometimes unsuccessful is because it doesn't remove 100% of the virus. Sterilizing water takes 15 minutes of a rigorous boil. You'll need some form of chemical topical solution that permeates the skin in order to get fully kill a wart-infected area.
Cedric Possleman - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 13:16:44 EST ID:0hcTp+8/ No.53900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah they are hard to remove from calloused areas. I had to go to war and use cutting, soaking, cutting, acid, freezing, acid and covering with duct tape for a week, freezing, etc. but I finally got rid if all my plantar warts. I have never heard someone claim that swimming or going certain places barefoot causes the HPV to appear more. Is it correlated maybe with immune stress?
Eliza Worthinghood - Thu, 02 Feb 2017 14:43:52 EST ID:/1duUf7/ No.54741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Lillian Debbledock - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 00:19:15 EST ID:XnZbKyJa No.54742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Warts go away by their own volition

man, people who poop this phrase out their mouth because they think its synonymous with "on its own" but needing to sound smartypants and verbose. it has a distinct meaning that requires an understanding of the word volition. volition itself requires sentience, lol.

>Warts go away on their own.

ur welcome
Emma Farringpedge - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 15:33:21 EST ID:2zjFVfT/ No.54750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Necrobumping on this level.

>>53900 I posted this last reply a year ago...
Archie Crupperbury - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 16:12:19 EST ID:+NTYi574 No.54831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I used a solution of KOH on a deep wart once, slid right off, painless.

Of course you don't want to be too liberal with your application of it.

After I exposed the root, I clipped out the infected areas with a cuticle clipper.

You need to be able to prepare the solution though, I used a 20% solution of KOH by weight. Dissolve the KOH/NaOH flakes with hot water.

Anyways, cut out the exposed area, then apply KOH or NaOH with a q tip, little by little. As in dab it on (only on the wart, try not to touch the surrounding skin) let it dry, and do it again. Wipe it with a cloth after a few applications; it should just slide off.

Also wear gloves. Don't get the liquid on your skin. Keep some vinegar ready in case you get it anywhere it shouldn't be.
Ian Cannerkudging - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 16:29:32 EST ID:53ec9H03 No.54832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're still necrobumping this shit. /med/ is dead

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