Neem is extremely well known in India and it is known as Indian lilac in English. Neem has enormous benefits in general and is widely used in Ayurvedic and Herbal medicines. A study from PubMed shows that neem oil has various antifungal and antiviral properties which also may help in treatment of warts. Even though neem has a very strong odor, but its well worth a try. Check out this study on NIH website.
If you're into Aromatherapy, you must have heard about this essential oil. Since it is very helpful in healing wounds due to its antimicrobial properties, it may also help in treatment for warts. For in-depth analysis about Frankincense Oil, check out this study from Science Direct.
Cypress oil commonly used in soaps and perfumes. Even though it has been long known for treating respiratory infections, muscle pains, headaches; its medicinal properties show that it can be used as an antiviral. Herpes Simplex Virus-1 is one of the viruses that causes warts and may be treated with Cypress oil.
What makes clove oil unique is its antiseptic properties, which makes it a better choice than other oils as it provides numbing to the skin as well. If you have painful warts and you're looking for an essential oil, this might be it. Check out PubMed Central study on Clove.
Who doesn't know about Oregano! While you may have used Oregano only on your pizzas or other dishes that you cook in the kitchen. Keeping aside how tasty it helps you make your food, it is just as good in its anti-inflammatory properties. Oregano oil includes carvacrol which makes it useful in treatment of warts. Check out PubMed Central study on Oregano Oil.
Another popular spice from your kitchen shelf that is high in antioxidant and antimicrobial compounds which makes it highly effective in treatment of warts. Since it is highly potent, make sure to dilute it before using it.
For countless years, it was used to get rid of insects and cleaning. But nowadays you'll find tea tree oil in so many beauty products. The best part is that you don't need to dilute it yourself, as it comes already diluted in a lot of products and is ready for use in case of wart treatments.
Here's a review of applications of tea tree oil in dermatology.
Studies available on PubMed Central regarding tea tree oil.
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