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Thuja for Warts – homoeopathic

Venkateshrao from Hyderabad asks this question

Question – My mother has warts ( sometimes called illa by my UP / Hindi friends)  just next to her left ear. Many of my friends have suggested that this can be cured successfully by  homoeopathic medicine. They also suggested that Thuja – a homoeopathic medicine can be used successfully in the treatment of warts. Does anyone has a good experience of using Thuja for the treatment of warts. What is the typical dose and strength – I am cosidering Thuja oc – 200 taking daily ? Or should I use 1M strength ?


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  1. Lina
    June 19th, 2011 at 10:10 | #1

    Before I comment, I want to tell you that I am not a qualified Homoeopathic Doctor. However, I have seen in more that one experience where Thuja has been successful in the removal of warts.

    I believe that Thuja of 200 strengths taken 2 globules twice a day should give you good results. You should see the effect starting in 1 to 3 cases. Your warts should take no longer than 3 months.

    If you do not see any effect in 8 to 12 weeks, it is probably time to discontinue the medicine and see an experienced Homoeopathic Doctor.

    You can also use Thuja 1M every week. But I am not so sure about it.

  2. Sushma Singh
    June 22nd, 2011 at 11:58 | #2

    I have found Thuja very effective for Illa ( what we call in Hindi). My mothers’ wars got removed in 2 minths.

    I was surprised to know the warts are caused by virus.

  3. suryanarayana
    August 27th, 2011 at 17:59 | #3

    I am suffering from pain in right ancle.I have taken pain kills injection and massage what not I am switching over to thuga 1m can it cure it permenently if so kindly provide me the dossage and for how many days I should take this medicine.
    Thank you

  4. Amrita Singh
    August 27th, 2011 at 18:49 | #4


    Please do not rely on the information available on internet – It may or may not be correct. You may like to consult a good Homeo doctor or a decent book to arrive at any conclusion.

  5. suryanarayana
    August 28th, 2011 at 06:56 | #5

    Thanx Amrita