A wart is caused by a virus. The virus causes the top layer of the skin, called the epidermis, to grow rapidly. This growth is the wart.
Your immune system protects your body from infections and diseases by attacking anything it does not recognize.
However, your immune system works mostly in the dermis, the layer of skin below where the wart grows. It may take some time before it discovers the wart and attacks it.
Candida is a yeast. We inject this yeast into the dermis layer of the skin and all around the wart.
Your body does not recognize the injected yeast and activates the immune system in the area to attack it. The immune system will also attack the wart.
Note: Time varies depending on size of wart.