Calluses disease is a thickening in the upper area of the skin (stratum corneum or keratin layer). Calluses disease is painless, just a little feels like a thorn, when the streets barefoot. The most disturbing of calluses disease is the smell. Especially if exposed to moisture. Although not dangerous, if it is severe enough calluses can cause pain and infection. The most common causes of calluses is due to wearing high heels too often, wear shoes that are too narrow or too much activity that puts pressure on the foot.
Plants that can be used to treat calluses, among others:
- Tubers of Dioscorea hispida Dennust to taste, mashed and added a little water, smeared on the skin hardens. Updated every 3 hours.