Top 10 Home Remedies for Frogs and Warts that Get Rid of Them Fast

1. Remove Frogs with Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar or acetic acid is good and effective against fodder, especially acetic acid is powerful. best wart remover products on the market apple cider vinegar contain several substances that are deep-seated and therefore the vinegar is good for fodder.

In addition to killing the wart, Apple cider vinegar also neutralizes our viral viruses, so it’s not contagious during the period of treatment.

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Apple Cider Vinegar

There are two ways in which you can apply the apple cider vinegar. Some use pure apple cider vinegar on the footwear, but we recommend that you mix it with water in the 1: 1 ratio. For example 1 tablespoonful of water and 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar. Mix it in a small cup or a small bowl/bucket, so you can put a movie or lay on it, and you do not have to make a new mix daily. It can easily last 10–14 days in this way, ie the foot is dead and gone before making a new blend.

Lubricate your mixture of water and apple cider vinegar directly onto the foot and let it penetrate the skin and the wart. When the mixture is absorbed by the skin, you simply put on stockings again. This should be done twice a day, ie morning and evening.

After about 10–14 days the footstool will either be shrunk to nothing and thus be gone or the roots will drop and it will fall off.

This is an effective and effective method, which is painless, and it can be used with advantage for children of all ages. In addition to banana, argan oil or nail polish, this is one of the methods we would recommend!

2. Remove nails with nail polish

Nail polish is a classic when it comes to footwear. Nail polish does not contain any special substances that act against fodder and you can, therefore, apply any type of nail polish. Therefore, we do not recommend using an expensive nail polish for this, as the effect is the same as one of the cheap ones.
Frogs need air as it breathes. Nail polish puts a closing lid over the footsteps, making it suffocate.

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nail polish

Just grease a layer of nail polish directly on the footwear. When it is dry, we recommend that you put a patch over so that you do not wear the nail polish. You should put a new layer of nail polish on the foot every 2–4. Day, as needed, and you will continue this until it’s gone. It is very important that there is always nail polish on it and that it covers up so that the foot does not get air.

This method is effective, but it may take several weeks before the footstool is completely dead. But it works and the method is painless and can, therefore, be used as a treatment for children of all ages.

3. Remove Footwear with fork Tape

The principle of gaffa tape is the same as when using nail polish. Gaffa tape, sports tape or tape, in general, is not breathable, and by laying a lid on the footstool, it suffers. The only problem with this method is that it is very slow, but it works.

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fork Tape

Put a piece of tape on the footstool, make sure that the tape covers only the footstool and at least as all skin covered by the fork tape will “die”. Leave the tape for 2–3 days after which you file the top of the footer. Then put a new piece of tape on and repeat this until the foot is dead and gone.

This method is painless and it can be used for children of all ages. However, we recommend that this method is used only by older children, ie 15 years + who understand the principle but who are also responsible enough to take care of themselves. For smaller children, it may be hard to understand that they do not have to pills in the footsteps and the tap when mom or dad is doing it.

This method is associated with a small risk, since improper use of tape and file can cause you to infect yourself or others, thus getting even more frogs or warts.

4. Remove frogs with Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera, like argan oil, has some cleansing properties, as well as some healing properties that make it suitable for treating fodder. However, aloe vera is not nearly as effective as the argan oil, why the oil is completely clear is preferable to the two alternatives.

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Aloe Vera Gel

When treating acorns with aloe vera, it is important that you use fresh aloe vera juice from the aloe vera plant and not any product you purchased in the supermarket or elsewhere. It must be fresh aloe vera juice!

Cut a leaf of your aloe vera plant and butter the juice directly on the footstool. Repeat this 2–4 times daily, as required. Keep this up until the foot is gone.

This method is painless and it can, therefore, be used for children of all ages. It is also easy to use if you just remember to lubricate the footsteps at least tomorrow and evening.

5. Remove foot waters with saline

Salt cleans wounds, and it works effectively against frogs. Therefore, salt water is a good form of treatment, although it is one of the little more difficult. If you live close to the sea, especially the North Sea, which has a high salt content, it is recommended that you dip 1–2 feet a day in the water for 3–5 minutes. You do not really need more.

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However, if you do not live near water, you need to make a foot bath consisting of hot or lukewarm water and a high salt content. The more salt the better!

Put your feet in the foot bath for 10–20 minutes and wipe them off when done. In addition to treating foot warts, salty foot baths also work against fungus, sour toes, and it produces some soft and delicious feet.
The foot bath should be repeated daily until the foot is gone. It typically disappears within 1–2 weeks.

This treatment method is painless and it can, therefore, be used for children of all ages. However, it is one of the more difficult ones, but it is good and efficient.

6. Remove frogs with Dandelions

Who had thought that dandelions should be able to treat fodders? But they can actually, or that’s the juice in the dandelion, which works against warts.
Milk bucket juice contains several cleansing substances that cleanse and kill the foot. The juice must be lubricated directly on the foot, which then dies relatively quickly. Milk bucket juice is actually an effective method that works for the vast majority, however, it is a little difficult, as the frog typically needs to be lubricated 3–6 times a day. In addition, dandelions are only succulent in a short period of the year, which is why this is a method that can be used primarily in the summer. In winter, dandelions are not very rich in juice, and it can also be difficult to find someone to complete a treatment.

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The treatment with dandelion juice is painless and it can, therefore, be used for children of all ages. However, you should be aware that dandelion juice has the unfortunate side effect that it clothes etc. and therefore we can only deny that the method is used for smaller children.

7. Remove frogs with birke bark

The inside of birch bark can actually be used for the treatment of fodder. The bark contains more substances that clean and suffocates the foot. However, there is a big difference between the effectiveness of the bark, which is largely due to the large differences in soil conditions in which the birch grows. If the soil is healthy and healthy, the bark is very effective and effective, whereas unhealthy/contaminated soil has its opposite effect on the bark properties.

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birke bark

In addition, there is a big difference between the effect. Some find that birch is effective and effective, while others only experience a partial or no effect. Birk is also one of the hard products to handle, and the bark, like the dumplings, is less effective during the winter months, where the juice is smaller.

But birke bark works and you just have to take a fresh bark as you rub the foot. This should be done 1–2 times a day until the wort is gone. It typically takes 1–2 weeks to remove a footwear with this method if it works on you.

The method is painless and it can, therefore, be used for children of all ages. However, it is a little difficult, and it also requires birch trees to grow near your home. But if you are one of the lucky ones, it’s an effective and good method.

8. Remove frogs with Pineapple

There are actually two ways in which pineapple can be used against fodder. You can treat fodder with pineapple juice or pineapple skull. Pineapples contain several substances that cleanse and stifle footsteps quickly and efficiently.

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Whether you use the pineapple juice or the inside of the pineapple shell, it’s up to you, as both are equally effective and effective. And the method is also very identical. 2–4 times a day you must lubricate the fodder in pineapple juice, or rub the inside of the pineapple shell against the wort. If you are using the pineapple skull, just cut the skull, just as you do if you want to eat the pineapple. Take the skull with a little fruit and rub the inside of your forehead. This should be repeated 2–4 times a day.

Removing the fodder with pineapple juice or the skull from a pineapple is an effective method, though it can be a little expensive and cumbersome, as a pineapple can only stay healthy for a few days after you buy it. And since the treatment takes about 2 weeks, some analyses must be purchased. But you may eat them.

It is important that you only use fresh pineapple juice or pineapple fruit meat/shell, ie pineapple canned or similar is no go as sugar is added.

Treatment with pineapple is a pain-free method and therefore it can be used for children of all ages. This method is fun during periods when pineapple is cheap as it allows you and the family to eat a lot of delicious pineapples while the method is quite expensive during periods when pineapples are expensive in supermarkets.

9. Remove footsteps with tweezers

This is a method we would not recommend unless you know what you are doing. First and foremost, the method is slow, and it is associated with some risk that you infect yourself with new warts if you do not fit.

It is important that you purchase a pair of tweezers that are used only for this purpose. The tweezers should NOT be used for anything else as it may infect you or others who come into contact with it, as there will be viruses on it. When the treatment is complete, you should also throw out forceps!

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The principle behind this method is simple. You have to scratch in the footsteps, which opens up. It allows you to pile the little strings that are sitting in the middle of the footstool. It’s the roots that keep the wart alive. If it begins to soften when you are on it, it is important that you stop and to put a patch on as soon as possible. Then you repeat the principle when the wound in the wart is healed.

This method can easily take 2–3 months before it works and there is a high risk that you will infect vortex virus if you do not have very good hygiene while pills in the footstool.

We do not recommend this method to children, as they thus feel that they are going to pill by the wart. This can cause them to infect elsewhere on the body. In addition, this method may be associated with some pain and soreness, as the footstool can easily become very tender when you have a pill.

10. Remove frogs and warts with saliva

A very old house advice is to use saliva against, especially warts. It is the enzymes in the spit, which kills and suffers the wart, and it should be a fairly effective method.

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However, there is not really any research or documentation about the effect, the method is primarily referred to as an elderly housing council.

Therefore, the method is associated with some uncertainty, and you should be aware if you use it.

The method goes without saying that you either lick or spit on your wart or frog, after which the spit is distributed throughout the wart and the surrounding area. Then you should just spit for a couple of minutes before wiping it off or wearing socks.

How effective the method is is a little uncertain as it is described online that it takes from 1–3 weeks before the warts are gone.


If you’re so unfortunate that you’ve got a foot or a wart, it’s our clear opinion that you should use one of the methods below. They are both effective and effective, and they are not associated with pain or soreness if performed properly.

Banana peel against fodder
Argan oil against fodder
Apple cider vinegar
Nail polish for footwear
Gaffa tape against fodder
Saltwater against fodder

You can also seek a doctor and here you can get frozen footwear away, but it often requires more treatments and they are associated with some pain. There are also a lot of medications on the market, all of which are developed to bring footwork to life. These can be obtained from your doctor on prescription but it is the last resort if you ask us as they are often filled with hard substances and ingredients that your body does not like.

All natural tips against fodder are harmless and they neither aggravate the problem of warts nor they are associated with an infection risk unless you choose the option with tweezers.

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Hi everyone, welcome to my blog about health, beauty, weight loss, and lifestyle! I am Mike Shaw,

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