>> 1/3 ounce (10 g) freshly crushed celandine
>> 1 cup apple cider vinegar
Combine the two ingredients and place into a glass jar that does not have a metal lid (the vinegar will cause it to corrode). Place jar away from light for one month; be sure to shake it about every two to three days. After one month, strain and store.
Apply undiluted onto warts twice daily or, use a pad soaked in tincture and place onto the wart with a bandage. Change daily.
In the growing season, you can use the fresh orange fluid from the plant and apply it directly onto the wart.
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