Saturday, September 22, 2007

Consider Toenail Fungus

Onychomycosis, toenail fungus, can be cured with an acidic environment. Remember that the fungus, called dermatophytes, is very dependant on the pH level of the feet. Soak your feet, for about thirty minutes, in a shallow pan of solution consisting of one gallon white vinegar, and one gallon dark beer. Mix corn meal and water into a spreadable paste and apply after the vinegar-beer bath, for about thirty minutes. Depending on the severity of the fungus growth, it will take a year to allow the nail to grow anew. Keep in mind that this is a much safer approach than using “Lamisil”. At the end of the year, you will continue to have a functioning liver!

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