Grandma is always being asked, "Will vinegar treat toenail fungus?" Yes! Here is a simple, inexpensive and safe recipe to not only treat that nasty toenail fungus but Athlete's Foot too!
Even though it's pretty common to suffer from athlete's foot or those yucky yellow nails that start getting eaten away from a fungus, it's still embarrassing for other people to see you walking barefoot. Not to mention the burning and itching that goes along with these types of fungus infections.
There are so many home remedies for these foot problems it's hard to figure out exactly what will not only work best, but also the fastest and most important, keep it from returning. One popular home remedy for foot fungus is Vick's VapoRub, if you haven't read about it yet you can read it at Grandma's Home Remedy for Toenail Fungus . Even though this product contains thymol and eucalyptol, along with other herbal oils that appear to fight fungus on skin and nail, it's still a slow process.
Since there are so many vinegar remedies, it actually boggles the mind how such an old fashioned product can still be so useful in this day and age. The acidic properties in apple cider vinegar is what makes vinegar fight the fungus while still allowing the skin to heal from the inside out.
Another old-fashioned product that has been getting a lot of praise as a good home remedy for Athlete's Foot is Listerine. The herbal oils thymol and eucalyptol in Original Listerine have antifungal activity. The important word to remember here is "original", don't go buying all those different Listerine products like citrus, or mint or whatever else they've come out with to get the consumers attention, it has to be the original Listerine.
Grandma's Recipes for Toenail Fungus &
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