Apple Juice Pare the wart, and spread the juice of a sour apple on the wart. The cure may be accomplished by the magnesia in the salts within the apple.
Cabbage Apply the juice of the white cabbage for a wart cure.
Chickweed Add the juice of this wayside weed to warts, and they will eventually fall off,
Dandelion In Derbyshire, England, as well as other places throughout the country, the juice from the stalk of the dandelion is applied to warts.
Fig Juice Fresh green figs secrete a milky acrid liquid which will destroy warts.
Houseleek (or Hens and Chickens) This succulent rock garden and rooftop plant has thick fleshy leaves which contain a large proportion of supermalate of calcium. The juice is said to cure warts. The juice is also cooling for hornet and bee stings as well as burns. This juice is also a treasured home cosmetic ingredient.
Pineapple Soak a small piece of absorbent cotton in fresh pineapple juice, or attach a bruised, runny piece of fresh pineapple to the corn or wart. Constant contact with the enzymes in the pineapple will gradually dissolve a pareddown wart or corn.
Watercress Squeeze watercress juice on the wart.