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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Warts...

Physically warts are caused by a virus. When ever there is a Fluorine deficiancy its difficult to fight off a virus. Black walnut is high in Fluorine which is known as the "decay resister".
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Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] Warts...

What are warts caused from? Is there a lack of a mineral/vitamin in ones body? I recently had nasal polyps taken out of my nose recently and b/f that surgery someone mentioned that nasal polyps are warts. I had a wart on my finger and forehead when I was a kid and for years I had these little tiny bumps on the back of my hands that look like they could be tiny warts. So now I'm starting to wonder if there is a connection? Can anyone give me any insight on warts and where they originate from? Thanks :)

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