Garlic Removes 100% of Warts in Clinical Study

November 4th, 2022 at 3:07 pm EDT

Warts...known as papillomas in dogs and cats, are surprisingly common.. in most cases caused by a virus.

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Garlic Removes 100% of Warts in Clinical Study


A fat-soluble extract of garlic removed 100 percent of warts and almost all corns in one to two weeks in a clinical study published in the International Journal of Dermatology.

A water extract of garlic removed small warts and reduced the size of larger ones, but was not as effective as garlic dissolved in chloroform and methanol.

The study was conducted by Iranian researchers from Shiraz University in 2005.

33 participants with multiple warts were divided into three groups. In the first group, researchers applied a water extract of garlic to the warts twice a day. In the second group, they applied a fat-soluble extract of garlic twice a day.

In the third group, patients were treated with the lipid solvent (chloroform and methanol) without garlic to eliminate the possibility that it was the solvent, rather than the garlic removing the warts.

After 2 months of the garlic-water extract treatment, only small warts disappeared and larger ones were only partially improved.

The chloroform/methanol control group showed no improvement.

The fat-soluble garlic extract caused every single wart (on 23 patients with between two and 96 warts each) to disappear completely in less than two weeks. Seven out of nine patients with corns showed complete recovery from this treatment.

Selected participants had no wart treatment for at least two months before the study and many of them had failed to respond to conventional treatments in the past.

Dermatologist Farzaneh Dehghani, who led the study, noted that conventional treatments including electrocautery, cryotherapy or keratolytics are not always successful and that warts often reappear.

There was no recurrence of warts in a follow-up 4 months after the garlic study.

Removal of corns usually involves painful, costly surgery.

“Treatment with garlic extract appears to be a more convenient modality,” Dehghani said.

Researchers attributed the success of garlic on warts and corns to its following properties:

 Anti-viral – HPV virus is the primary cause of the common wart. Garlic’s anti-viral properties are well established.

 Anti-tumor – warts are actually HPV-associated growths, not unlike benign tumors. Garlic has been found to destroy a wide range of cancer cells. You can view a list of over 160 diseases garlic has been studied to have potential therapeutic value in, including over a dozen different forms of cancer.

 Immune modulatory – The researchers noted that while the mechanism of garlic’s anti-wart and anti-corns activity is unknown, “…enhancement of immunological responses elicited by garlic may be responsible.”

 Fibrinolytic activity – The researchers observed: “Application of garlic extract on a corn caused the removal of the corn from its place. It seems that because of the fibrinolytic effect of garlic, the surrounding fibrin tissue of the corn capsule was lyzed and the capsule was separated from the main tissue.”


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Dr Andrew

P.S. Dogs and cats often do get warts.. and to think something as simple as topical garlic can speed healing is impressive.

 The tumors often disappear spontaneously because the animal slowly develops immunity to them. Some papillomas may need to be removed surgically because they have become inflamed, infected, or they fail to regress over time. 

Papillomas are uncommon in cats but common in dogs.

If you are using the garlic for warts, get some fat soluble garlic extract, and apply to the wart topically.

I tried this on myself, and it has worked AWESOME.

The unsightly foot warts are now GONE :-) I'm not making this up, and we don't have any garlic to sell, so this really is unbiased

P.P.S. If you have an arthritic pet, or a dog with cognitive dysfunction, or animal uncomfortable with a wart, I encourage you to try my CBD for dogs and cats.

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