How it works
Tyginta – the only genital wart serum of its kind on the market - brings together two of the toughest and most commonly used treatments for warts, making it an effective option for treating the most stubborn of genital warts quickly, without the side effects and scarring that are possible with some conventional treatments.
Tyginta is a safe, effective way to treat genital warts. Here’s what’s different about this innovative new product.
Tyginta combines two of the toughest wart ingredients and they both work in synergy to address warts at their stubborn roots, eradicating them quickly and painlessly.
Thuja Occidentalis: The first line of defense against warts
One of the main ingredients in Tyginta, tincture of thuja occidentalis, is from an evergreen native to parts of Canada and the United States from the cypress family. Also known as white cedar, northern white cedar, yellow cedar, Atlantic white cedar, eastern white cedar, swamp cedar, arborvitae and American arborvitae, the plant is used heavily in Ojibwa culture as a medicinal product.
The essential oil from the plants spiny leaves has been used in a variety of preparations including cleansers, insecticides, room sprays, antibacterial soaps and disinfectants, but according to the 1931 book “A Modern Herbal” by Jonathan Cape, thuja occidentalis was commonly used in the 19th century as a tincture to treat warts, and “an injection of the tincture into venereal warts is said to cause them to disappear.”
According to Dr. Vikas Sharma, “Thuja is so synonymous with the treatment of warts that quite a few physicians often start their treatment of warts with Thuja.”
While it is effective for many different types of warts, it is especially effective on genital and anal warts, Sharma said.
Arborvitae is Latin for tree of life, and since the use of arborvitae to treat genital warts can restore one’s life by giving back self-confidence, it should be no surprise that the popular medicine remains the most common treatment for genital warts.
It is safe when applied topically, but is considered potentially toxic when ingested.
Chelidonium Majus: Warts’ most powerful enemy
Also known as greater celandine, swallow wort, garden celandine and felonwort, chelidonium majus is one of the most commonly used treatments for warts.
It has a rich history in both Native American and Chinese medicine, and many contemporary wart removal remedies worldwide include a tincture as one of their main ingredients.
Celandine is considered more effective at wart removal than the more popular bloodwort, primarily because it can help rejuvenate tissues beneath the wart, restoring the look of healthy skin by boosting cell turnover.
Celandine is both an antibacterial and antifungal, and the plant contains enzymes that can dissolve away cellular-level skin problems such as warts, targeting both the surface area and the root, where warts begin. Without treating the root, the wart can return, so making sure to get to the heart of the problem is an important part of any wart treatment. Celandine also contains potent compounds that target warts in exclusive ways.
- Sanguinarine. With antimicrobial as well as anti-inflammatory properties, sanguinarine can sooth irritated skin while stimulating the repair of skin cells damaged by the wart’s growth. It also helps fight bacteria, including that associated with the genital warts triggered by HPV.
- Protopine: This alkaloid not only assists with platelet aggregation, which improves blood’s ability to clot, it also acts as an analgesic, so it can help relieve pain associated with some genital warts, especially those located at the entrance to the vagina or anus, while other compounds go to work to eradicate them.
- Chelidonine This compound is considered a toxin to unhealthy cells, so it directly targets the abnormal cells of the wart, which react differently than other skin cells because they’ve been penetrated by the HPV virus. It also helps cell turnover occur more quickly, so the skin cells beneath the wart reach the skin’s surface faster, speeding the healing process.
- Chelerythrine: The compound chelerythrinemay inhibit the production of the skin protein keratin, which is encouraged by the HPV virus to grow more quickly than the skin cells surrounding it, thus forming the wart. By interacting with the skin protein, chelerythrine addresses the wart at the cellular level, reducing its growth while protecting the surrounding skin.
Why choose Tyginta?
When applied to the wart, the ingredients in Tyginta act in synergy to inhibit the development of the cells within the wart, neutralizing them while preventing them from multiplying.
Treatment is aimed at not only erasing genital warts at the skin’s surface, but also beneath the skin, curbing the potential spread of the warts while soothing skin and restoring it to its natural appearance.
Using a treatment such as Tyginta may not only work to erase current genital warts, it may also work to prevent future outbreaks.
How to use Tyginta
Tyginta is a new, hassle-free way to safely remove genital warts, quickly and effectively.
While most wart removal treatments use a dropper type applicator – which can be messy - or come in a cream form, Tyginta is especially effective because it is applied with a small brush, so it leads to less mess than either a cream or dropper and is easier to apply - exactly where it is needed.
Because of the brush-on applicator – similar to brushes used to apply nail polish - Tyginta is applied at maximum strength, and is not diluted or applied where it isn’t needed by being rubbed into the skin as with a cream.
Tyginta is simple to use and effective, and it is available without a prescription, making it an easy option for anyone suffering from genital warts.
If you are ready to remove your genital warts, Tyginta is the right product for you.
Full List of Ingredients
- Water (Aqua)
- Tincture Thuja Occidentalis
- Tincture Chelidonium Majus
- Sorbitan olivate and cetearyl olivate
- Capric/caprylic triglyceride
- Castor Oil
- Green Tea Extract
- Cetostearyl alcohol
- Benzyl alcohol
- Salicylic acid
- Dehydroacetic acid