Nail fungus remedies takes a look at some genuine and simple ways to help get rid of this embarrassing fungus under the nails of your hands, your feet or both.
Fungal infections under the nails, medically known as paronychia may cause discoloration and swelling with the nails becoming raised from the nail bed.
Recurrent fungal infections (not just nail fungal infections) are a common sign of a depressed immune system. People most likely to be affected are:
Soak your nails in this mixture for 10 to 20 minutes per day.
The acid in vinegar (see uses for vinegar) relieves the itching. It also balances the Ph levels to help combat a fungal invasion.
Tea Tree oil is a natural anti-fungal for external use that can kill some drug resistant fungi, including those that cause ringworm.
Do not apply to your mouth and keep away from children.
Wild Oragano is a powerful anti-fungal agent that has the ability to destroy even resistant forms of fungi.
And then of course our favorite healing with garlic.
Amongst this miracle bulb's healing quality is that it is also one of the most powerful anti-fungals in the natural world.
Garlic appears to stimulate the immune system cells called neutrophils and macrophages, which help the body fight infections.
This herb, which is better known for its calming qualities can also be applied directly to the skin for fungal infections.
This is an age old remedy that goes back to the days of our forefathers.
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Tomatoes are not just a tasty ingredient for your salad, they are also very good for you.
are rich in the antioxidant lycopene, which is responsible for their
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It has also now been found that this antioxidant lycopene also seems to have stress-reducing properties.
A cup of raw tomatoes contains 4.6mg of lycopene and the recommended daily amount of the antioxident is 6 to 15mg.
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