It contains known anti-fungal ingredients such as camphor and eucalyptus oil. By using cotton balls to apply Vicks onto your nails consistently at least once a day…
….it’s been known improve your nails from the infection, with some cases of eliminating the fungus completely!
The mouthwash has ingredients such as thymol and menthol that have anti-fungal properties, and the vinegar helps makes an inhospitable environment for the fungi…
…Combine the two in equal portions and soak your toes in the solution, ideally for 45 to 60 minutes daily.
Cornmeal has long been used as a way to banish black-spot fungal disease from roses, so it must have some sort of anti-fungal activity.
Pour cornmeal into a shallow pan, mix it with water hot enough to dissolve it into a paste, let it cool, and then soak your feet in it for an hour a week.
This inner bark of a South American tree contains anti-fungal compounds, and laboratory studies suggest that it’s as effective as anti-fungal prescription medication.
Soak your feet twice a day for 20 minutes in an infusion made from two pau d’arco tea bags.
Tea tree oil has been used for many years to combat skin conditions, especially fungal infections. Oregano oil contains thymol, which also has anti-fungal properties.
Dab a few drops of oil on affected nails twice daily.
Over-the-counter urea paste (20%), like Gormel Creme, can help dissolve the diseased portion of a nail, leaving the healthy part intact.
Once it’s dissolved, you can follow with an over-the-counter anti-fungal cream such as Miranel.
Be sure to check with a dermatologist or podiatrist before starting this treatment; after you remove part or all of your nail, the area is more susceptible to infection.