How To Prepare Natural Remedies For Corns

Before giving you some ideas on how to prepare natural remedies for corns, let us know some of its background first. A corn is formed when there is too much irritation or force on a single part of the skin. This happens when that part has to endure excessive pressure or rubbing against surfaces that is why corn is commonly observed in sole of the feet. Sometimes these corns cause lot of pain and discomfort. There are several treatments to remove corn, however, why not try a simple natural cure first. So here are few simple natural remedies for corns.

1. Lemon Peels:
This is one of the easiest natural remedies for corns removal. Simply take a lemon peel and place the white side of the lemon peel on the affected area of your skin. Take a clean cloth and tie the lemon peel to your feet, you can let this lemon peel wrap stay overnight. Repeat this natural cure every night till the corn heals.

2. Green Figs:
The green figs juice are very good natural remedies for corns. Natural cures like green figs are better than the surgical removal and other medical treatments. Simply extract the juice from green figs and dab about half a teaspoon of the juice three times in a day on the corn. You must also apply this juice after the corn is healed to avoid recurrence of the same.

3. Onions:
Slice an onion into two parts and let it soak in vinegar for four to five hours. Cover the corn with this onion. Use plastic to wrap the onion around your feet, you can also use cling film (Plastic wrap) around your feet and sleep at night. These natural remedies for corns soften it and you can gently scratch it off.

4. Bread and Vinegar:
This is also a very effective natural remedies for corns. Take ¼ cup of vinegar and add crumbled pieces of bread in it for about half an hour. Apply this mix on the corn and wrap it with a piece of clean cloth. Leave it all night long to soften the corn.

5. Teabags:
You can place a used teabag (herbal as well as normal tea bag) over the corn for about twenty minutes to half an hour everyday till the corn is healed completely.

6. Papaya Juice:
You can also free your foot from corn by using papaya juice. A common home cure for corns is by applying papaya juice on the corn on your feet three times in a day. It is known that the mild acids in the papaya juice dissolve the corn bit by bit.

7. Milky juice of dandelion:
Apply the milky juice of the dandelion herb over your corn to soften them. You can apply the milky juice as often as possible till the corn is completely healed. The milky juice of dandelion will help heal the corn completely in couple of weeks.

8. Wear comfortable footwear:
Stop wearing the shoes that you wore while the corn developed. Wearing comfortable and airy shoes will help heal the corn at a faster pace.

9. Indian squill:
The herb Indian squill is also one of the helpful natural remedies for corns. A bulb may be roasted and applied directly over the corn and secure it with a cloth bandage. Leave the bandage on for the night and remove in the morning.

10. Chalk powder:
Chalk Powder is also been beneficial as natural remedies for corns. A small piece of chalk may be ground to paste along water and applied over the corn throughout the day.

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