|1 banana skin or fig skin or pulp of a squeezed lemon|
1 small dandelion leaf or garlic clove, crushed
Scrape the inside of the banana or fig skin until you have about a teaspoonful of the pulp. Alternatively, you can use the flesh of a squeezed lemon.
In a small dish, mix the pulp with the dandelion or garlic to make a paste. Apply paste directly to the corn, binding in place with a small adhesive bandage.
When the skin is soft, gently rub the top layer of the corn away with an emery board.
Repeat the entire process daily until the corn disappears. For several days after the corn is gone, massage the area with a small amount of Calendula Ointment
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