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Wart Treatment Essential Oil Blend

Wart Treatment
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Andie's Wart Treatment is a natural way to remove warts with essential oils. Andie has created and tested a fantastic blend of Arnica Montana, Oregano, Tea Tree, Frankincense, Cypress, Clove and Cinnamon Bark essential oils.

Works great with skin tags.

Use 2 to 3 times daily. Keep dry and covered with bandage.

Arnica Montana flower is one of the most popular herbal remedies for healing. It’s shown to speed healing, quickly reduce wound size, and restore normal skin tone. Arnica is also pain-relieving.. It also provides some anti-bacterial benefits and increases circulation.

Arnica Montana flowers contain sesquiterpene lactones, flavonoids, carbonic acid, coumarins and volatile oils, all of which are beneficial for your skin. A sesquiterpene lactone, called helenalin, is the main restorative compound in Arnica Montana, which along with flavonoid, helps soothe and renew the skin after exposure to stress. The antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties of this herb help in preventing inflammatory skin disorders. They also accelerate the healing process by stimulating the formation of granular tissues.

Oregano oil contains compounds that give it antifungal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and pain-killing properties. It also contains the compound carvacrol, which has been studied for its antiviral properties. These properties may make oregano oil helpful for treating warts.

Oregano essential oil is extremely concentrated and must be diluted with a carrier oil before use to avoid skin irritation.

Pregnant women should not use oregano oil.

Tea Tree oil has been shown to exhibit antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties and to accelerate wound healing, properties that may help treat warts.

Tea tree oil has been linked to hormonal activity, so it should be used with caution by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or when using on children.

Never ingest tea tree oil.

Frankincense has astringent, antimicrobial, and wound-healing properties that may help treat warts.

Do not use frankincense oil if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or if you are taking blood-thinning medications.

Cypress oil has long been prized for its use as a medicinal remedy in the treatment of wounds, acne, headaches, muscle pain, and respiratory infections.

There is also some evidence that it has antiviral properties for herpes simplex virus-1, which is one of the viruses that causes warts.

Cypress should not be used by pregnant women.

Clove oil is unique because it has antiseptic properties and is known to be numbing to the skin, making it a good choice for treating painful warts. It may also have some antiviral properties, which makes it more helpful for treating warts.

Clove can cause abnormal bleeding and should not be used by anyone who has bleeding disorders or is on blood-thinning medication.

Cinnamon Bark oil is high in antioxidant and antimicrobial compounds and has traditionally had a variety of therapeutic uses. These properties may make cinnamon oil helpful for treating warts.

Pregnant women should not use cinnamon oil. Cinnamon oil has a history of use as an emmenagogue (it increases menstrual flow).

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Jadie says...

Andie’s products are all amazing! The deodorant is great! Also love the JennysSight Humble Spirit line! Andie is super knowledgeable about essential oils and ailments/uses! I highly recommend her products!

Jessica Says...

Love the products. Andie answers all your questions and wants to help. I am slowly trying the different mixes. I have loved them all so far. Thank you!!

Megan Says...

Andie is so helpful & really tries to help you with whatever your needs are. She is all about her community & being as natural as possible. She also supports lots of other local vendors in her store so there is a great variety.

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