How to Remove Warts With Bananas


Today I am talking about how to treat of a wart using a banana. I often speak of the power of fruit based raw food diets to heal your body, to overcome disease, to give you a new lease on life, more energy. But talking about skin conditions, it turns out that fruit and often fruit peels can work as an excellent topical medication, better than a topical medication, and with minimal expense, minimal acid burning pain, whatever you want to talk about it, no need to go to a doctor.

Two times in my life, I have had a wart. The first time I was in college, 11 or 12 years ago, and I got a big wart on the top of my foot. And it was excruciating. And I remember I was in the yoga at that time, and I would try to do down dogs, and it would rub on the top of the mat, and it was just excruciatingly painful. And just three years ago I got some white dot on the inside of my palm. And whenever something would touch it, it would hurt. And on both occasions, I used a banana to fix the problem. So, today I’m just going to tell you exactly what to do to get rid of a wart.

So it’s pretty simple. You’ve got a banana, so eat the banana, but once you’ve eaten it, you’ve got the skin. And you want to make sure it’s a pretty right banana with brown dots on it. And cut a piece of skin peel to fit whatever surface area so that you can cover the wart fully. And then take a piece of tape.

And what you want to do is you want to leave this on overnight. The exact amount of time that it’s going to take to get rid of the wart will vary. For example, when I was in college, I was not putting it on overnight, I would just leave it on for maybe 50 minutes once a day, and it took almost two weeks to get rid of the whole wart. And what I found was that it peeled off in layers; first like a top layer of skin, and then the next layer of skin, and eventually, there was just smooth new skin underneath. In the case, of this one that I had on my hand, all I had to do was leave it on overnight twice, and it got rid of it.

There are some unusual properties to whole plant foods, to fruits, which can just get rid of your problems, and this just happens to be one of them. When you got a weird skin condition, and it’s not going away, and it’s not an allergic reaction, you might find that you can get rid of it just by using fruit skin. Now bananas are not the only option here; I told a friend about this, and he didn’t have any bananas on hand, but he had mango skin, so apparently, mango skin does work as well. And I’m sure that there are other options. So maybe if you got to work, give it a try.