Genital warts are multiple soft growths, which appear on the genital region. The warts are usually caused due to an infection by some strains of human papillomavirus (HPV). It is a sexually transmitted infection.
Patients with genital warts may experience pain, itching, and discomfort of varying intensity. The use of ayurvedic herbs may help in the natural management for genital warts . The natural herbal approach may strengthen the immune system thus may help by enhancing the ability of the body to resist infections.
Sign and Symptoms of HPV Genital Warts
Genital warts are small in size and slightly darker than the skin color. Sometimes, they are not easily visible. The warts are characterized by a cauliflower-like growth on the top. These warts may feel rough and bumpy or smooth.
Though most patients develop a cluster of warts, in some cases, there may be just one wart with minimal itching and pain.
The warts are usually transmitted via sexual activity, including vaginal, oral, and anal sex. Warts begin to develop only after several weeks or months after the exposure to the infective pathogen.
The HPV virus is also transmittable through a direct skin contact. An Ayurvedic naturopath may guide the patients about the precautionary measures to be taken, in terms of right lifestyle and food choices, yoga exercises, herbs and detox programme to avoid the spread of this infection by stimulating the body defense mechanism. Holistic ayrvedic practitioner can also suggests different herbal remedies, which may reduce warts and the associated symptoms. 
In males, genital warts appear on the penis, scrotal region, groins, around or inside the anus and the thighs. The common areas affected by HPV infection in females are the inside or outside of the anus and vagina, and cervix.
Women with warts in these regions may experience an abnormal vaginal discharge, itching, excessive bleeding from the vagina, and burning sensation.
Genital warts may also occur on the mouth, lips, throat, and tongue of the patient due to an oral sexual contact with the infected patent.
An enlargement and spread of genital warts in the oral cavity can be highly painful and may even cause immense discomfort while eating. HPV ayurveda natural treatment based on the concepts of Ayurveda may help to control the symptoms of HPV infection and ease the life of patients.
Genital warts caused due to the strains of HPV do not spread through direct skin contact and vice versa. This means the patients who suffer from genital warts are not likely to spread the infection to others through a direct skin contact.
The risk of genital parts is higher in the sexually active individuals. The incidence is comparatively common in the patients under the age of 30 years. Smoking has also been found to increase the risk of this disease.
A weakened immune system due to the long-term use of unhealthy lifestyle, improper diet, and the presence of a chronic disorder can worsen the risk of developing severe symptoms of HPV infections. Hence, most of the holistic ayurvedic practitioner stress on the importance of strengthening the immune system functions by using right herbs and making appropriate change is the diet.
HPV Herbal Alternative Treatment
The ayurvedic treatment for vaginal warts by using herbs can works by stimulating the body’s immune functions. This may help in preventing the recurring episodes of warts. 
Ayurvedic treatments for venereal warts treatment can help from itching, burning, pain, and other symptoms caused due to this infection.
HPV herbal treatment using natural remedies given below may provide help from the symptoms.
Neem (Azadirachta indica): The antiviral properties of this herb can help in preventing the recurring episodes of warts. .
Karanj (Pongame oiltree): The antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties of Karanj may reduce pain at the affected site and control the infection. 
Bakuchi (Psoralia corylifolia): Ayurveda practitioner may advice Bakuchi to improve the immune functions and support the body’s natural ability to clear the infection. 
Amla (Indian gooseberry): Most of Ayurvedic practitioner may recommend a regular use of Amla, which may boost immunity. The antioxidant potential of vitamin C in this herb may protect the healthy tissues. 
Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia): It could helps to relieve the symptoms of this infection such as pain, itching, and vaginal discharge. Giloy may one of antiviral herb based on ayurvedic texts. 
Patients concerned about how to treat genital warts can read about some ayurvedic herbs. Following a ayurvedic principles based, balanced diet may help to improve their chances by boosting immunity. Ayurvedic herbs may also produce a natural antiviral effect. The ayurvedic treatments may be also combined with a dietary advice and the panchakarma therapy, which may improve the body’s natural ability to fight infections.
Patients diagnosed with general warts can seek ayurvedic medicine in Australia, Melbourne at “Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic”. Ayurveda qualified practitioner (with ayurveda doctor course from Inida) at this Melbourne wellness centre can recommend patients a detoxification therapy called panchakarma.
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