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Warts and corns

In Ayurveda warts are called Charmakeela. Charma means skin and Keela refers to growth or eruption. Warts are small growth on the skin surface that can appear on a parson’s hands, feet, face and other body parts. Although not harmful in themselves, warts and corns can affect the physical appearance of a person and spread to other regions of the body if left untreated. Ayurveda gives effective treatments for warts and corn.


Ayurvedic treatments for Warts and Corns are:

  • Agnikarma chikitsaAgnikarma is a thermal para-surgical procedure, in which “AGNI” is used for intentional burning as therapeutic purpose. It is indicated for various Vata- Kapha disorders.
  • Lepa Lepa literally means application of paste over a particular part of the body which is prone to illness.
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