Fungal toenail infections have to be treated from the first symptoms.
Toenail fungus, also known as onychomycosis, is caused by the attack of dermatophytes, yeasts or non-dermatophytic molds that spread rapidly in damp and warm environments.
Initially, onychomycosis doesn’t cause visible symptoms. Gradually, however, the affected nail will thicken, gaining a yellowish tint, and the skin around it will become inflamed. To avoid complete loss of nail, it’s essential to treat the infection.
The next remedy must be applied regularly until the infection disappears.
– 5 tablespoons of ethylic alcohol 90%
– 5 tablespoons of baking soda
– 2 tablespoons of white vinegar
– a glass container
– cotton wool
Method of preparation:
First, pour the alcohol in a glass container and mix it with baking soda and white vinegar.
Then cover the container and shake it to obtain a homogeneous solution.
To prevent damage, store the remedy in a cool, dry place.
How to apply?
Rinse very well the infected toenail with water. Dry it, and then apply the remedy prepared with a the cotton wool.
If the nail is very thick and yellow, stick the surface before applying the remedy.
Use this remedy twice a day.
Note that the results won’t appear immediately, and the remedy must be followed for 2 months in a row.
If the infection persists, prolong treatment for another 8-12 months.
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