HOMEOPATHY FOR WARTS
Laryngeal Warts: Only 57% of cases of laryngeal papilloma in children are diagnosed by 2 years of age.
- Plantar warts are often confused with callosities or corns, with which they may indeed be associated.
- Callosities have a uniformly smooth surface across which the epidermal ridges continue without interruption. In cases of doubt the horny layer should be gently pared.
- Corns occur on pressure points on the toes, soles or interdigital skin. When the surface is scraped it shows the absence of papillomatous surface typical of plantar warts. Corns are most painful when pressed from top as compared to the wart in which the pain is felt on pressure from the top as well as the sides.
- After gonorrhea: Thuja.
- After having consumed too much salt: Nitri spiritus dulcis.
- After abuse of mercury: sarsaparilla.
- After syphilitic infection: aurum met.
- After injury: Bellis perennis.
- Aliments after cauterization: Caust, Nit-ac, Thuj.
- Use of Acetic acid, Caustic Potash and Fluoric acid preferably in high potencies.
- For bad effects of Silver nitrate – Use Natrium mur. In high potencies.
- When Agarbatti is used, then to neutralize its ill effects, use Carbolicum acidum or Causticum.
- When electric cautery is used for cauterization, it should be antidoted with drugs like Carbolicum acidum, Causticum, Radium bromatum and X-ray.
some of cured cases