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Thuja - anyone used it to get rid of warts?

(11 Posts)
dinny Fri 25-Jul-08 09:45:50


dinny Fri 25-Jul-08 19:16:28


pinkpeanut Fri 25-Jul-08 22:21:15

I tried thuja on ds's molluscum, and to tell you the truth I didn't see much of a difference. I was probably too inpatient though, but I guess anything is worth a try.

malfoy Fri 25-Jul-08 22:22:44

My chiropodist recommended using it in conjunction with zinc (?) tape over the wart. That ceratinly did work.

pgwithnumber3 Fri 25-Jul-08 22:41:46

Is thuja an homeopathic remedy? Would it be safe to us on DD1 (5) --volcanic mountain-- wart on her finger? With zinc tape as Malfoy recommends? <lives in hope>

pgwithnumber3 Fri 25-Jul-08 22:42:54


Hate the way it doesn't strike out with a damn space in the middle!

dinny Sat 26-Jul-08 10:34:20

yes, homeopathic remedy

mmm, will give it a go anyhow, thanks all!

twelveyeargap Sat 26-Jul-08 10:37:10

No, but I have used pure lavender oil directly on DD1's cluster of warts and they were gone after 10 daily applications, having resisted freezing and other therapies for about 18 months.

GrapeJelly Sat 26-Jul-08 16:11:02

Can you buy zinc tape at any chemist shop? Is it with the plasters?

catsmother Sat 26-Jul-08 17:00:01

Not on warts, but on DD's molluscum (along with tea tree ointment, and lavender oil & sea salt baths) ........ they were gone within 3 weeks.

malfoy Mon 28-Jul-08 19:56:46

yes to GrapeJelly. It is with the plasters. Can't remember the exact name.

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