Remedy: Rosemary oil
Comment posted by Stewart Harding of Reading, Berkshire , UK on 7 February 2020 at 20:12 5202
A small but elongated skin tag on my upper chest was annoying me and I kept fiddling with it. It had broken off before some years ago but gradually regrew. I have successfully removed seborrheic keratoses and small warts with rosemary oil so I thought I would try it on the skin tag. I applied it with a finger once a day, and after a week it turned black and crusty. I stopped the oil for a week but the tag turned a nice healthy pink again so I resumed the rosemary oil. It took two weeks but it did eventually turn black and fall off, leaving no trace behind. I did have to scratch at it with a thumbnail to get the oil to penetrate and I did keep the area very clean. One word of warning be careful to apply the rosemary just to the tag otherwise the skin around it can get irritated.
Comment posted by Stewart Harding of Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom on 23 November 2018 at 2:43 5104
A small wart on my outer wrist started to annoy me by itching. It did not have a very well defined head and was not very warty but it had been there some months. Having successfully removed a keratosis from my face with rosemary oil I thought I would try it on the wart. I dabbed it on neat with a finger once or twice a day. Its appearance slowly changed, becoming crusty. After ten days I picked it and it came off leaving healthy skin beneath. It has not returned three months later. However I tried the same remedy on a similar wart on the back of my hand without success. After about fourteen days the skin around it became red and inflamed so I stopped using rosemary oil. Once the skin had calmed down I sprayed with colloidal silver qv daily and that wart too has now died after a week.