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2 fl oz Liquid

  • Wart Freee... from King Bio



  • Homeopathic formula



  • Naturally reduces warts


King Bio Wart Freee is a revolutionary homeopathic spray. It's a natural aid to help reduce warts on hands, fingers, face, feet and genital areas. This taste-free formula is in a pure water base.

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Product Description:

Wart Free

  • Wart Freee... from King Bio



  • Homeopathic formula



  • Naturally reduces warts


King Bio Wart Freee is a revolutionary homeopathic spray. It's a natural aid to help reduce warts on hands, fingers, face, feet and genital areas. This taste-free formula is in a pure water base.

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Wart Free

Ingredients: Official HPUS: Antimonium crudum, Causticum, Dulcamara, Kali muriaticum, Nitricum acidum, Sabina, Staphysagria, Sulphur, Thuja occidentalis.

Equal volumes of each ingredient in a Bio-Energetically Enhancedâ„¢ pure water base: 10X, 30X, & LM1 potencies.

Directions: Initially, depress pump until primed. Hold close to mouth and spray directly into mouth. Use 3 times daily. Use additionally as needed.

Adult Dose: 3 pump sprays

Children (2 yrs-12 yrs): 2 pump sprays

WARNING: If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a physician. If pregnant or nursing, take only on advice of healthcare professional. Keep out of reach of children.

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Wart Free 5 5 1 1
It works! My daughter had a wart a few years ago and I put garlic on it with a bandaid to keep it in place and within 2 days it was gone and never came back. Well, my 5-year-old son got a big wart on his toe and it started spreading. He eventually had two warts on each toe plus a bunch of tiny ones that started forming. I tried the garlic for a couple weeks and it did nothing, and it stung his sensitive skin. I took him to the doctor and she referred me to a specialist because she was afraid of burning it off in such a delicate area. So I made the appointment, which is in a couple weeks. Meanwhile, I went to the health food store and was told that vitamin A works. So I put 25,000 iu vitamin A oil and garlic oil on it with a bandaid. I tied this for about a week. It seemed to be helping a little, but it just wasn't enough. Then I found this King's "Wart Freee" spray. I continued with the A and garlic and gave him two sprays once or twice a day (sometimes I'd forget, so I wasn't really consistent). I noticed it working in just a couple days. The combination of these things caused his warts to die. They turned brown and he was able to pick one off. He still has three left but all the little ones have disappeared. I've had the spray for about a week. I tried it before I gave it to him to make sure it wasn't gross. It's tasteless, like water. He likes it and comes to me to get it. It was well worth the $15. Now I can cancel the doctor's appointment, which by the way, he also had a wart on his thumb that the first doctor put stuff on it and said it should get rid of it. Well, it didn't. In fact, I didn't notice it doing a single thing. So this home remedy works better than what the doctor had. May 23, 2014
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