Fibroid tumors are benign tumors on the connective tissue. They appear as warts on the skin with a size of just a few millimeters. They usually have the same color as the skin, but they can be pigmented too. Fibroid tumors are not cancerous, but are a problem from an aesthetic point of view.
Fibroid tumors occur mostly in middle-aged people on the areas of the neck, armpits, abdomen, under the breasts, eyelids and everywhere on the skin. Everyone has at least one fibroma on the skin, so it’s not a rare condition.
They can also be damaged and cause inflammation, growth, bleeding, etc. Their numbers increase with age. No cause for their formation of fibroid tumors is still known, but genetics and obesity certainly play a role. They can vary in numbers – from a few to several hundred.
Fibroid tumors are easily removed with apple cider vinegar, without any bleeding and scarring. Apple cider vinegar is one of the most efficient home remedies. However, don’t remove fibroma around the eyes with apple cider vinegar because it can irritate them!
Here’s how to use apple cider vinegar to remove fibroid tumors:
Wash the area around the fibroma using only water and soap. Just the first time, use a cotton pad soaked in water to clean the fibroma and let it dry. Then, soak another piece of cotton in apple cider vinegar and squeeze the excess fluid. Place the cotton on the fibroma and put a band aid over it. Leave it for 15 minutes, then rinse with water. Repeat the procedure three times daily for a week. The fibroma will start darkening and eventually fall off.
Depending on the fibroma size, there can be a light scar, which you can treat with calendula cream or Aloe Vera gel. If the fibroma is on the surface of the skin, there won’t be a scar.
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