Grapeseed extract is sometimes used as a treatment for genital warts because it contains compounds that are said to boost the immune system and help heal skin conditions. To make grapeseed extract, the seeds of red grapes are crushed and the pulp is removed, leaving only the extract. The liquid is then dried into a soft, fine powder which is formed into tablets or packed into capsules containing grapeseed extract that can be taken for genital warts.

According to holistic health practitioners, grapeseed extract tablets provide a strong antioxidant benefit that can help boost the immune system and treat genital warts. Some practitioners say that grapeseed extract is stronger than vitamins E and C in its ability to stop free radical damage.

Not only is grapeseed extract used to treat genital warts, it is also used in the management of heart disease and exerts positive effects on the brain, eyes and skin. Grapeseed extract contains powerful compounds that provide multiple benefits to the body including pain relief, anti-inflammatory action and free radical protection.

Grapeseed extract for genital warts is available at some pharmacies and most health food stores. It is available in a tablet form and in a topical form. The recommended grapeseed extract dosage for genital warts in the pill form is 75 to 300 milligrams of grapeseed extract daily for up to three weeks. When taken as directed, grapeseed extract appears to be safe. It is not known if grapeseed extract is safe for young children, pregnant or nursing women or people with severe liver of kidney disease.

When applied topically to genital warts grapeseed extract acts as an alpha-hydroxy acid, and is also used in many cosmetic lotions and creams to improve skin tone and healing. Grapeseed oil (Vitus vinifera ) is rich in vitamins, minerals and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Grapeseed produces a light oil that can be used for genital warts. It is a natural oil, similar to almond oil, and has no noticeable odor. Grapeseed oil for genital warts can be used on all skin types and does not aggravate acne.

While many people have reported successful use of grapeseed extract as a treatment for genital warts, it is important to consult your physician before using grapeseed oil or any other herb to make sure it doesn't interfere with any other treatments you are receiving for genital warts.

Glossary

Grapeseed Axtract: A natural remedy available in pill or topical form that may aid in the treatment of genital warts. Alpha Hydroxy Acid: A component found in many cosmetics that helps heal and strengthen skin.


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