Hot bath (45°С for 10 minutes) of feet with a decoction of walnut leaves and piperiche (Polygonum hydropiper) (leaves and blossom). Of both take 5 table spoonfuls and boil in 2 l of water for 10 minutes. After the bath feet and hands are dried and the first wart is covered with
а) warm clay cake from the hive. Fix it with a bandage or scotch tape. It will fall off in a few days. Or:
b) a slice of tomato or lemon, sprinkled with salicylic acid (from the pharmacy). Or:
c) warm poultice of baked onions, peeled and squeezed; add 2- 3 prunes (for compote), smashed without stones and sprinkled with a little corn flour.
In addition, three evenings in a row, keep your feet for 10 minutes in hot water, and after that rub them and bind them with chicken gizzard: cut out the meat, cut the internal tough bag and bind it on the foot. At the same time put a compress on the belly, dipped in на корема, in chamomile tea. Put a newspaper on top and a woolen scarf. On your head put a “cap” of fresh cabbage leaf and sprinkle its inside part with a little vinegar. Keep overnight.
– In the morning and in the evening warts are covered with baked but cooled onions (it is better to bake it on coals) or with onion juice, prepared in the following way: cut the onion like a funnel and fill with salt. Cut the stem and put it in a cup. Put the liquid on the warts; they will disappear in a short time with no trace. Dip the warts in hot water for 3-5 minutes before you apply the onions.
– In the morning and in the evening warts are covered with pure wine vinegar or better, with a mix of vinegar and lemon peel.
Preparation: In 125 ml of strong vinegar of good-quality leave the peel of two lemons for 8 days.
Use: Dip a small brush in the liquid and brush warts several evenings in a row; they fall off painlessly and disappear. Before the procedure it is good to have a short hot bath of the feet.
- nettle leaves – 30 g;
- agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) stems – 30 g;
- horsetail (Equisetum arvense) stems – 30 g;
- plantain (Plantago) leaves – 30 g;
- chicory (Cichorium intybus) root – 30 g;
- dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) root – 30 g;
- juniper berries – 30 g;
- birch leaves – 25 g;
- sarsaparilla (Smilax officinalis) root – 25 g;
- felty germander (Teucrium polium) stems – 20 g.
Boil 2 tablespoons of the herb mixture in 500 ml of water for 5 minutes. Drink 120 ml before a meal 4 times a day.
- sarsaparilla (Smilax officinalis) root – 50 g;
- bloody cranesbill (Geranium sanguineum) root – 50 g;
- nettle leaves – 50 g;
- horsetail (Equisetum arvense) stems – 50 g;
- agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) stems – 50 g;
- felty germander (Teucrium polium) stems – 50 g.
Method: see the recipe above.
Apply fresh celandine (Chelidonium majus) juice or Oriental arborvitae (Thuja orientalis) juice on the warts 3 times a day.
Apply also an infusion of:
- oriental arborvitae (Thuja orientalis) sprigs – 20 g;
- savin juniper (Juniperus sabina) sprigs – 20 g.
Let the sprigs sit for 20 days in 100 ml of strong rakia (Bulgarian fruit brandy).