Corns (clavus) is a thickening area of the skin that usually occurs on the foot, in the area of the little and fourth toe. It has a hard center that resembles a wolfhound.
The area of the footwhere the corn is painful to pressure, so discomfort occurs when wearing shoes, because there is contact and friction which causes pain.
It can also occur on the heel and sole of the other fingers.
After many natural methods for the treatment of corns, we here offer an efficient and very simple recipe which will remove corns and calluses.
Recipe for removal of corns and calluses
Believe it or not, everything you need for this recipe is houseleek (semperivivum tectorum) and a plaster.
We have written a lot about this plant, since it is a very useful herb that almost does not require any attention to grow.
It is usually found on rocks, walls or as a home-grown, often in pots on the roof of the house.
Instructions for preparation:
Take one leaf of the plant and remove its thin skin that surrounds it with one hand.
Then put the leaf on the corn with the side that has no skin on it. Stick the patch through the leaf of the houseleek and leave thus all day.
Replace it with a new leaf and a plaster in the evening. Be sure to wear the patch at night because then the legs are out the shoes and the treatment has its largest effect.
In a few days, usually 3-4, of the corn should disappear along with their roots, a the place where it has been will be filled by healthy tissue.
This is an old and tested recipe that actually produces results in a short time.
If you have experience with this method of removing corns and calluses, feel free to leave your comments below.