Toenail Fungus Remedy

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Aug 22, 2011
Essential Oil Formula for Toenails
by: Beccie

I thought I would share with you a formula using essential oils. You will need 3 different oils plus the carrier oil (the oil you will use to mix the EO's with.)
Using a 50 ml bottle, which is the size of the glass syrup bottles at your favorite restaurant.

You will need Eucalyptus, Peppermint and Pettigrain. Granted Pettigrain may be hard to get at your local store, but you can get really good prices on your online shopping stores.

It is this easy: use 8 drops of Peppermint, and 6 drops each of the Pettigrain and Eucalyptus. This will be a total of 20 drops +- of the EO's and then fill your bottle up to the top with leaving enough room to be able to shake your bottle good.

Now after you have taken your bath or shower or whatever and your toesnails are nice and soft, dry off, add a couple of drops in your hands and massage you toes and feet too. It won't hurt to do your feet too. This oil will go a long ways.

The only rule to this particular EO formula is to keep it away from kids and DO NOT DRINK!!!

I really hope this works for you. It worked for a friend of ours who has been a brittle diabetic for 36 years and she just happened to use this formula on her feet and it worked for her toenail fungus which she was never able to get rid of.

Please do me a favor and let me know if it works. Just give it some time. And by the way you can use the EO's you have bought for so many other formulas and I would be glad to set you on a whole new journey with EO formulas.

Peace and Light, Beccie

Aug 19, 2011
Listerine & Apple Cider Vinegar Remedy
by: Grandma

Yes, I wrote an entire page about the Apple Cider Vinegar and Listerine remedy for toenail fungus. Just go to the button on the left that reads "Home Remedies" then scroll to the middle of the page and look for the "Home Remedy for Toenail Fungus" and the link will take you to the page.


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