Amish folk Medicine for Warts

Amish Folk Medicine For Warts

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Stormy Stewart


I recieved a Amish folk medicine book from a dear friend awhile back. Here is one of the recipes in that book.


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How to Make Amish folk Medicine for Warts


  1. Soak a bandage in Castor oil and tie around the wart region
  2. Apply Celandine or Milkweed Juice to the wart.
  3. Touch wart with a tooth pick soaked in castor oil (also helps eliminate corns)
  4. Rub Wart with raw potato peelings
  5. Wash wart region 3 times a day with baking soda and water solution
  6. Apply the milky juice of a dandelion to the wart
  7. Rub the wart each day with a piece of white chalk
  8. Apply wood ashes to the wart.
  9. Apply Iodine daily
  10. Rub fresh garlic on the wart daily
  11. From Bob Weiner
    My son battled warts for over a year while in middle school. I cant tell you how hard that was on him as children can be so cruel! I went to the Dr's office for months and spent plenty of $ between that and over the counter wart freeze etc....Then I found distilled white vinegar. That's right.....plain ol vinegar! I cut cosmetic pads in very small pieces (just enough to cover the wart) and put the pieces in a small Tupperware container and filled with vinegar. Apply after shower every nite and cover with a band aid or tape. remove in the morning and wash hands. I SWEAR BY IT!!!!! It DOES work with in two weeks the warts turned very black and hard. They eventually fell off leaving a raw area I treated with anti biotic cream without covering!!!! tried and true!
  12. Sandy Mika says
    the vinegar works too, my daughter used apple cider vinegar fot her planter warts and they were gone within two weeks

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About Amish folk Medicine for Warts

Main Ingredient: Spice/Herb/Seasoning
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy Healthy
Hashtag: #amish

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