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Skin growths called moles occur anywhere on the skin. When nevus cells, containing the pigment-producing substance melanin, grow in a cluster they produce moles and pigment on our skin. Moles, often harmless, can become malignant, however, creating a danger skin cancer called melanoma.
Use bloodroot salve. Using a Q-tip or your pinky finger, cover the entire mole with the bloodroot salve.
Apply a bandage over the mole after you have covered it in bloodroot. A simple adhesive bandage made from a strip of plastic or fabric with gauze in the center will work well. This prevents the salve from being wiped away.
Change the bandage covering the salve every two days and apply fresh bloodroot.
Reapply salve until the mole has receded to the same level as the surrounding skin. You will start to see results within the first week. This means approximately seven applications. It is rare that for this process to take longer than a month.
Cut off the roots of freshly picked dandelions. Rub the root on your mole until its juices leak out and cover your mole. Do this at least once a day for two to three weeks.
Crush up garlic and turn it into a paste. Apply it to your mole. This will need to be done daily, for a few weeks up to a month, until the mole goes away.
Soak your mole in warm water for 15 to 20 minutes. Dry it and apply apple cider vinegar using a cotton ball and leave it on your mole for 15 to 20 minutes. Remove apple cider vinegar with water and let it dry.