Naturopharm Wartoff Spray and Paint in a twin pack. This is a very effective pain free treatment for warts. Consists of both the Wart off paint and the Wart off oral spray. 1 pack
RRP $34.59, healthy.co.nz price $32.95.
Size1 Twin Pack
For common warts generally occurring on the hands, knees and feet. Used to help dry and heal. This is a very effective treatment, when used with Wartoff Paint. Leanne used this on her daughter, who had a wart on her nose. This was a very big wart that seemed to be getting bigger and bigger. We diligently applied the paint twice a day, along with the spray. There was little change for the first month, except that the wart did not get any bigger. Then we noticed it got smaller and smaller and after 7-8 weeks of diligence it finally disappeared. The wart is finally gone and her beautiful nose is 'back to normal'.
Oral spray: Use 1 to 2 sprays into the mouth three times a day for up to 6 to 8 weeks. For best results ensure that each dose is held in the mouth momentarily and avoid coffee during treatment.
Paint: Apply to the area 2 to 3 times a day. The surrounding skin may be protected with a thin layer of soft paraffin (or vaseline or the like) before application if preferred. The paint is for external use only and should not be applied to moles, birthmarks, facial or genital warts.
Wartoff has been formulated to assist in the pain-free removal of common warts. Wartoff uses a two step approach to the age-old problem of common warts - no cutting, burning or freezing is involved. Wartoff oral preparations work internally by stimulating the body to remove the wart virus thus helping prevent any further warts appearing. Wartoff paint should be applied to existing warts and will help to dry and remove them. Customer should be advised that it will take a number of weeks to respond to this treatment so do not give up.
Wartoff Oral forms contains homoeopathic potencies of Thuja 30c, Antim Crud 12c, Acid Nit 12c, Dulcamara 30c and Causticum 12c. Wart off Paint contains tinctures of Thuja and Sempervivum.
Keep out of reach of children