Table of Contents
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- POPULAR REMEDIES
- Anti-Fungal Supplements
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar and Hydrogen Peroxide
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Oil
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Garlic
- Baker's Yeast
- Boric Acid
- Coconut Oil
- Coconut Oil, Tea Tree Oil
- Dietary Changes
- Essential Oils
- Fresh Aloe Vera
- General Feedback
- Green Tea Leaves
- Hair Dryer
- Herbal Parasite Cleanse
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Hypoallergenic Baby Wipes, Aloe
- Ketoderm, Black Walnut Oil
- Multiple Remedies
- Oil Pulling
- Oregano Oil
- Phythium Oligandrum
- Potassium Permanganate
- Remedies Needed
- Salt Water
- Tea Tree Oil
- Topical Silver
- White Vinegar
- White Vinegar, Salt, Ginger Soak
Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment for Athlete's Foot
Alternative Health Remedy Ingredients
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Spray bottle, cotton swab, or your fingers
Apply the apple cider vinegar directly to your affected patches of skin. The apple cider vinegar can kill off the fungus that causes the athlete's foot infection while disinfecting the foot.
Unlike other vinegars (which will also kill the fungus), apple cider vinegar will additionally soothe the burning feeling. Dab on the affected area or soak feet in a warm water bath with a cup of apple cider vinegar for half an hour. Be warned though, it might burn a bit worse on contact!
|BETTER BUT NOT CURED (6)||13%|
|SIDE EFFECT (1)||2%|
[YEA] I don't even need to soak my feet in Apple Cider vinegar (ACV), just wet a cotton ball with ACV and run over feet.
Be careful, it can really burn raw spots!
After the ACV dries, it feels so good to massage a little coconut oil on my feet (anti-fungal and moisturizing).
I find my biggest problem is I wear socks all the time and when they get moist, the intense itching begins.
My b/f did find when he wears cheap socks (like I do) his athlete's foot is worse.
[YEA] Athletes Foot: I rented ice skates for 1-hr and next morning got an AF. I read all the solutions here and doing following:
ACV -- i soak my foot for 15 min
ACV+ wet clay -- I put it as a mask on my foot overnight-- improvements right away!!!
Oil of Oregano -- overnight-- great improvements!!!
[NAY] I had chronic athletes foot for years, i could never get rid of it. Over the counter creams such as lamisil controlled the problem but did not get rid of it. I then tried not using the creams and only apple cider vinegar instead. The result was disaster, rampant athletes foot, so this is a definite NAY, but amazingly I did find something that finally worked after many years! And it involves Cayenne pepper and salt, see my additional comment below under Cayenne.
[YEA] Yes, ACV does cure dundruff but do you know it can cure athlete foot too... Just put acv on your affected foot 2x a day, do not rinse- let it dry.. yes it will sting but it will cure the athlete foot.you will see improvement on the first try by 2nd to 3rd day it will all be gone.
[YEA] I had read about all of the ailments that could be treated by Apple Cider Vinegar and decided to try it for a bad case of Athlete's Foot. I used it for about 6 weeks and the problem cleared up completely. A couple of months later, I chipped a piece of a filling from my tooth. Within a couple of days, the tooth started to ache. I remembered how the Apple Cider Vinegar had killed the bacteria from my feet so I decided to start taking it internally to kill bacteria from the inside out. It immediately started to reduce the pain in my tooth. Within 3 weeks, my toothache was completed gone. I still haven't gone to a dentist to get it fixed. I just keep taking my ACV!
[YEA] Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) really works! I was skeptical at first because I have tried just about everything for a stubborn case of athlete's foot that I've had recurring for about the last 4 years. The antifungal creams and lotions I bought from the drugstore were a huge waste of time and money. If I had only known about ACV sooner. After reading some of the testimonials on here I went to my local health food store and purchased a bottle of unfiltered, organic, apple cider vinegar. I wet a q-tip with the full-strength ACV and dabbed it on the affected areas on my foot, I reapeated this for a minute or so, as to saturate the skin. Then I let it air dry. I reapeated this once a day for 3 days. The ACV kind of stings and burns a bit, but I guess that lets you know it's working. It's been about 10 days now and the stubborn athlete's foot fungus is gone! The skin where I had the worst of the fungus is still healing, but each day that passes, the skin looks clearer and smoother. ACV has made a believer out of me. I'm so glad I found this site. By the way I am also a believer in organic, unrefined, virgin coconut oil. It is a great anti-fungal remedy. It just couldn't do the trick with the stubborn athlete's foot I had. I still apply some coconut oil as a preventative measure and it keeps the skin soft and supple also. THANK YOU!