If you have come across this article by accident then we recommend that you don’t read this full article (particularly if you are an extremely sensitive person), that’s the reason why didn’t use any image in this article. If you came across this article after searching for how to get rid of plantar warts particularly then perhaps this article may change your or your friend’s, relative’s, family member’s or whomsoever is having this beastly and painful situation called Plantar warts.
Plantar warts are no ordinary warts. Most people that you meet or the related articles available on the internet will tell you that all warts go away on their own but that’s just not the case. Many have an addiction of looking very knowledgeable and intellectual to others and pretend like they are all very well-versed with all the situations and conditions. They work very hard on pretending to look like they are all doctors without degrees. Don’t listen to them! Plantar warts just do not disappear on their own. Get this and get this straight. Before the advent of the medical science and modernization and expansion of ayurveda, there were millions and millions of stories and fables about the men and women who suffered throughout their lives due to the conditions caused by HPV and other similar viruses. Most of these stories appear in the Indian mythology. Never ever in a story they went away. A person with warts all over his/her body or on the major parts of his/her body was called a Kodhi (in case of a male) and a Kodhan (in the case of a female). These people who became the victims of warts were looked down upon as the ugliest people and nobody would agree to marry them or even look at them. They were even considered ill-starred and were persecuted by each and every person of the society.