How to cure genital warts in a few days with a 3-step treatment you can do at home very cheaply. There is no need to resort to expensive and ineffective treatments like burning/freezing or Aldara to get rid of your genital warts. This is a treatable condition most people can handle themselves in the privacy of their home. My report tells you everything you need to know, and I have also created an in-depth video that shows you step-by-step everything you need to do to clear up your genital warts for good so they never come back.
My report is 12 pages and has everything I've learned about getting rid of the warts and keeping them gone (based on what I did back when I was treating myself, plus more things I've learned in the years since then.)
There are 2 main parts; the first part is about getting rid of the warts you can see, and the second part is about some anti-viral techniques you can do to help the immune system deal with the virus with the goal of making it go dormant (for some people this happens naturally and some people need help; since I like to err on the side of caution, its best to follow the full instructions just in case.) There are 2 main methods for getting rid of the warts, which I call method 1 and 2. The only difference between them is that method 2 is a more powerful version. Statistically, method 2 is the most successful.
The normal protocol for following the treatments is to try method 1 for 10 days or so and see if there are any changes in how the warts look during that time. If so, continue with it until they're gone OR until you reach a point where they've stopped improving. If you don't see changes after 10 days of method 1, then switch to the paste in method 2 which is more powerful. On some people its possible for method 1 to have no effect at all, while method 2 makes all the difference, so that's why the first part of the treatment is just experimenting to find out which one is best. This seems to take care of MOST of the people who get my report and I recently added some new research that should help fill in the gaps for the rare cases that need a different treatment.
A lot of the people who get my report have gone through similar treatments of burning/freezing/creams and apple cider vinegar and all that. The problem with this stuff is it rarely works and when it appears to, it only gets the surface part of the wart and leaves the root underneath which is how it eventually comes back about 2 or 3 months later. The 2 main treatments in my report absorb in through the skin to get at the root and shrink it down to where when the wart goes away, there is no root left under the skin for anything in the future to start with. That's how the whole process becomes like a game of "whack-a-mole" where you get rid of all of them in one area, but you may have roots in other areas - so you just treat those next and eventually you should reach a point where nothing comes back at all. Then you just wait the 6 months and as long as nothing comes back during that time, you can go on and live normally again.