Celandine is very actively used both in cosmetology and medicine due to its beneficial properties.
It is also very important to know that celandine can be a useful and at the same time dangerous plant, so you should be extremely careful when using it in home recipes.
Freshly squeezed celandine juice is rich in many different useful substances.
Its proper use helps to get rid of warts, corns and acne.
What do we mean by "proper use" of warts?
In this article, we will explain everything to you.
The use of celandine in the treatment of warts
The method of getting rid of unpleasant warts at home involves the use of fresh celandine stem juice.
First, before applying the juice, it is necessary to moisten the wart with water, then gently rub fresh celandine juice into it.
This procedure should be repeated about four times a day.
And the entire full course of such treatment can last up to 2-4 weeks.
And the darkening of the wart and its gradual wrinkling, and then its complete disappearance, will prove the positive result of this treatment.
Ointments based on dried celandine juice are also effective in the fight against warts: mix equal parts of celandine water with petroleum jelly and lubricate existing warts with the resulting mixture several times a day. The same alternative from a mixture of celandine juice with glycerin.
In addition, some believe that taking drops of squeezed celandine juice can help remove warts, but this is very dangerous, because the plant is poisonous.
Application in medicine
In medicine, warts are removed by both cosmetologists and dermatologists. In this regard, representatives of traditional medicine have their own proven methods to solve this problem. One of such effective methods is the use of ointments based on celandine. During this procedure, the warts are also soaked with water, and to protect the skin around the wart, it is necessary to treat it with a baby cream. Ointment with celandine point should be applied to the problem area. This method should be repeated according to the attached instructions.
Be careful, celandine is a poisonous plant!
In addition to all the useful qualities, there are some precautions and contraindications in the use of celandine-based products.
It is important for everyone to know that this plant contains poison that can burn the skin.
Removal of warts with the help of celandine components is fraught with long-term wound healing.
And if the warts are located on the face, then when removed, a scar may remain, which is unpleasant.
And when the fresh concentrated juice of this plant comes into contact with the skin, it often causes skin microburns.
And due to high toxicity and danger, celandine is contraindicated in the treatment of both young children and pregnant and lactating women.
Always be healthy and beautiful!