| These excrescences frequently appear around the lips and eyes, and vary in form and size, and are often caused by external means, as by the bit, &c., but they mostly depend on an internal cause, they are either hard and dry, or soft, spongy, more or less painful, crusty, moist and often ulcerate; at times they appear in clusters, having the appearance of grapes, others spread out at the top and bleed easily.|
REMEDIES: Thuja occidentalis, Arsenicum, Calcarea carbonica and Causticum.
|Thuja occidentalis [Thuj]|
| Thuja occidentalis is the principal remedy in this disease and may be used both internally and externally if the warts are large, rough, moist and ulcerated.|
Dose. Apply the strong tincture twice a day and it will soon remove them; internally give six drops of the third dilution night and morning.
| Arsenicum, if there is ulceration, or small ulcers form around the bottom of the warts with everted edges.|
Dose. Six drops twice a day, at the same time apply a solution externally with a camel’s-hair brush twice a day.
|Calcarea carbonica [Calc]|
| Calcarea carbonica, if they are small and numerous, especially if they appear in clusters on the lower lips.|
Dose. Six drops or eight globules every night.
| Causticum, if they are painful and ulcerate or bleed easily.|
Dose. The same as directed for Arsenicum.
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