Many people suffer from toenail fungus and it’s not hard to see why – fungi thrives in warm, dark and moist environments, making your shoes an ideal hangout spot. It is interesting that toes don’t have as much blood flow as other parts of the body, making it harder for the immune system to detect the fungi and serve it with an eviction notice.
Read the following Home Remedies for Toenail Fungus
1. Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar works wonders for getting rid of all sorts of unwanted bacteria – including toenail fungus, and this is thanks to its antibacterial properties.
You should use the apple cider vinegar and make an exfoliating scrub by mixing two teaspoons of it with one tablespoon of rice flour. You are going to get a paste. Apply the paste to the infected toenails and scrub with a toothbrush. Then, rinse your feet off and pat them dry.
We recommend you to repeat this process every other day.
2. Baking Soda
Baking soda is simply amazing and you can use it almost for everything! It has great antibiotic properties which will have your toenail fungus running off and screaming like a little child being chased by the boogie monster.
Baking soda will create an alkaline environment on your skin that will make for healthier skin overall, preventing further fungal outbreaks. To create this paste, you should mix two parts of baking soda with one part of warm water. When you get the paste, gently, apply it to your infected toenail and leave It for about 20 minutes. After that, wash it off.
We recommend you to repeat the process twice in a day.
3. Oregano Oil
One of the most powerful and amazing plant-derived antiseptics is oregano oil.
Mix about five drops of oregano essential oil with two teaspoons of olive oil (or whatever your preferred base oil happens to be) and gently apply the solution to a your toenails. You should let it sit for about 10 minutes and scrub the uppermost layer of your infected nail with a toothbrush.
Rinse it off with warm water and dry your feet. Repeat this daily.
Turmeric is another one of those those things toenail fungus is absolutely terrified of.
It smells a bit strong and distinctive, but it’s very helpful.
First, start with 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder and mix it with a little bit of water to form a paste. When you get the paste, gently apply it to your affected area. Let this sit for two to three hours and rinse your toenail off with lukewarm water. After that, dry your toenail thoroughly and repeat the process twice daily until you notice the fungal infection has vanished.
Source: David Wolfe