How to cure toenail fungus with super antimicrobial coconut oil? Get ready to liberate yourself from this fungal menace.
Do you have brown or yellow, and deformed toenails? How about dense calluses and too much dry skin on the foot that tend to crack? Dizzying foot odor and inflammation?
If you answered yes to at least one, chances are, you could be suffering from foot fungus. Below are tried and tested tips and first-hand knowledge on how to cure nail fungus using coconut oil.
Wash your feet thoroughly with soap and water, and let dry. Massage coconut oil into infected area twice a day, working it deep into your skin or toenail. For mild cases, expect your symptoms to greatly reduce in a week or so.
But toenail fungus can be notoriously difficult to cure. For that, you’ll have to be relentless by using a coconut oil bandage. Cover infected area with a bandage soaked in coconut oil for non-stop antifungal action. Please visit coconut oil bandage for details on how to implement this powerful remedy.
Oftentimes, the coconut oil bandage, alone, is enough to get rid of the fungus. But if you want breakneck-speed results, you might want to make use of the "sun" and the "sea."
Sunlight and salt water can be potent allies in killing the fungus. Expose infected areas to direct sunlight for at least 20 minutes. And keep your feet submerged under sea water for no less than 30 minutes to let the minerals in the water work on the infection. Do these daily and it's certainly possible to say goodbye to nail fungus in no time.
Toenail fungus may also be due to a systemic yeast infection. If so, you will never be free from it until you have addressed the problem "internally." The
coconut oil detox
in combination with the coconut oil bandage would be the most effective approach.
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