DIY natural remedies for the more common fungal infections such as athlete’s foot, toenail or fingernail fungus, jock itch, candida or yeast infections, oral thrush, ringworm and meningitis.
Ankle Sprains & Injuries: Hormonal Issues Linked With Ligament Damage
Ankle sprains are not joke. If your ankle is swollen after an inversion ankle sprain, it is time to see your foot doctor to be evaluated!
How to Cure Athlete's Foot Between Toes and Toenail Fungus
In this article I share what worked for me in terms of treating athlete's foot. I also discuss treatments for toenail fungus.
Guava benefits. Infography
Infographic. Summary of the general characteristics of the Guava tree. Medicinal properties, benefits and uses more common. Guava fruit and guava leaves contents.
Athletes Feet = 1. Add a cup of white vinegar to water. Soak for 10 mins. 3x day. You can also tea tree oil instead of vinegar. 2. Apply olive oil 3. Place slices of garlic on your shoes. The garlic is a good infectant and will kill the fungus. 4. Soak feet in 5-6 aspirins dissolved in water. 5. Soak feet in warm water and garlic & cloves.
Cloves 2 oz. whole
Overview Product Description Cloves or Syzygium Aromaticum originated in Madagascar. Along with the culinary uses for clove, it also is used in a lot of cosmetics due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Magically it is used for spells involving money, protection and love. 2oz in whole form to be stored in a sealed container away from heat and moisture. Woody and very fragrant. Product Videos Product Reviews
Natural Athlete’s Foot Treatment – How to Get Rid of Smelly Foot
Athlete’s foot can usually be treated successfully at home. There are many over-the-counter antifungal cream available in the drugstore that can help with athlete’s foot, this includes miconazole and tolnaftate (generic name).
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Athlete's foot is a common fungal infection that causes flaky, cracked red spots on the skin of your feet...but guess what? Fungus hates garlic! If you hav