Do you know when we discovered warts on humans for the first time? Warts have plagued humans for thousands of years since the first case was found on a 3000-year-old mummy. They are skin infections caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and may trigger extra cell growth, leading to rough bumps on your skin.
Warts are not usually dangerous, but they are highly contagious. You can get warts from touching someone who has them, and they may grow anywhere on your skin. Also, the appearance and location of warts can cause distress and embarrassment, bringing both physical and mental problems to the patients.
What are the types of warts?
There are five main types of warts. Each of them appears on a different part of the body and has a unique appearance.
Common warts can occur anywhere, but most often, they are on the fingers, the skin around nails, the feet, and the knees. They have a rough, raised, grainy surface and may appear cauliflower-like. Common warts also have small black spots of clotted blood vessels surrounding the infected area.
The size of these warts can range from 1 millimeter (mm) to 1 centimeter (cm) or larger. Usually, they are not painful and can go away on their own.
Feel like there are pebbles in your shoes? Please check the soles of your feet because plantar warts often grow on the heels, toes, and soles. Unlike other warts, pressure from your body weight presses plantar warts to grow into your skin and can cause walking and standing uncomfortable.
Flat warts usually grow on the face, thighs, or arms. The upside of these warts is that they’re smaller and smoother than other types. However, the downside is that they tend to grow in large numbers, sometimes between 20-100 at a time.
Filiform warts are long and thin in shape. They are fast-growing and grow in thread-like and spiky strands. Filiform warts tend to develop on the face, around your mouth, eyes, and nose, which can be very annoying, even though they don’t usually hurt.
Genital warts mainly occur in the genitals, urethra, perianal and anal parts. More than 95% of genital warts get transmitted through sexual contact. In rare cases, people get infected by contaminated underwear, bedpans, etc.
Can we use Spooky2 to help with warts?
Recently, a Spooky2 user shared how she managed to get rid of warts after two treatments using Spooky2 Rife machine.
This pic is before the first treatment:
This pic is after two treatments:
Frequency healing therapy is an alternative therapy for warts that is natural, safe, and does not cause side effects.
Spooky2 has the world’s largest frequency database containing over 35,000 beneficial programs. You can use these frequencies to help yourself or your family members.
For warts, valid keywords would be “wart”, “verruca”, “papilloma”, “HPV”, etc. You can find related presets/programs on the Preset/Programs of Spooky2 software by these keywords.
More success stories about removing warts: https://www.spooky2reviews.com/?s=warts