Table of Contents
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- 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
- Green Tea Leaves
- Hair Dryer
- Herbal Parasite Cleanse
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Hypoallergenic Baby Wipes, Aloe
- Ketoderm, Black Walnut Oil
- Multiple Remedies
- Oil Pulling
- Oregano Oil
- Potassium Permanganate
- Remedies Needed
- Salt Water
- Tea Tree Oil
- Topical Silver
- White Vinegar
- White Vinegar, Salt, Ginger Soak
[YEA] 02/03/2010: Candy from Ofallon, Mo: "Athlete's foot: I have used vaporub on my feet for years, it cures this problem within a day or two, no waiting six weeks. Also when we were kids my parents would rub it on the inside of our throat if we had a sore throat, a sore throat was also gone in a day. This product probably works due to the euclyptus.There are a lot of these products in the store but the one that works must have euclyptus, mint, and camphor. It also make your dry feet very soft."Replies
[NAY] 06/24/2010: Tina from Toledo, Ohio, Usa replies: "Vicks didn't work for me. Tried it for weeks. It did seem to slow down the fungus and moisten my feet but not get rid of it."
06/25/2010: Brenda from San Antonio, Texas replies: "i find the old saying if your feet stink you need zinc. at least 15 mgs a day with food or it will upset your stomach. also rubbing oil around and on your toes is a good way to fight the fungus. try mixing 10 drops of tea tree oil in 1 oz of olive oil."
[YEA] 09/16/2011: Jb from Central, Maryland replies: "Worked for me! I tried ACV first and got some relief, but it still hung around. Then I tried Listerine with the same results as the ACV. But the Vicks nailed it.
First I did a swab of Listerine, patted it dry, then applied Vicks. I wore socks at night (even though it was summer) and did the same routine in the morning with sneakers for running/working out, and then again after showering.
After a few days, I saw how improved it was so I just did the Vicks. After 7 days it was all gone. I now put the Vicks on two or three nights a week before bed as a preventative and for softness. That's it. And my feet are soft and smooth-- just lovely. Thanks for all the info on this site!"
[YEA] 02/06/2008: Kathleen from San Antonio, Tx: "Apple Cider Vinegar is wonderful to clean out my German Shepherd's ears, when his ears are bothering him. He will shake his head, and I just put an apple cider and water solution on a cotton ball, and clean out his ears, and in ten minutes he stops fussing and lays down and finally can rest. My husband takes white vinegar and soaks his feet in it, and no more athelets foot! It is wonderful for killing any kind of fungus or bacterial infections. Thanks so much for the advice!"
[YEA] 02/28/2007: Richie from Newport, NC: "Great way to relax and get rid of athletes foot; find comfy spot to sit for 20 min., get container feet fit in, have close to hot water ready, white vinegar, sea salt. Sit down with feet in container, pour enough vinegar to cover feet, add sea salt, marinate for 5 min. the add water, sit for ten min., last 5 min brush feet with soft bristle brush while in water. Take out, dry, repeat for 2 to 3 days. Worked great for me and was also an excellent stress reliever."Replies
[YEA] 09/26/2011: Barbara from Wellington, New Zealand replies: "I started getting athletes foot years ago, just a bit between my pinky toe and the next toe. I ignored it and now it's spread inbetween all my toes on both feet. I just started soaking in white vinegar (undiluted, no water added). Found a container that fit both feet, added white vinegar just to cover my toes and sat for 30 minutes. I already see improvement after only 1 soak! Am planning on doing once a day for a week and maybe once a week thereafter."
White Vinegar, Salt, Ginger Soak
[YEA] 04/17/2009: Jason from Newport, Washington: "I recently had quite a case of athletes foot, that was spreading from my toes, to other parts of my foot, it was quite uncomfortable, and amazingly itchy to say the least.
I started doing research in to what might naturally treat it and came across a few options, here's what I did and it worked in less that 4 days.
Create a foot bath with 40 percent white vinegar, 60 percent hot water, then add around a table spoon of salt and a tea spoon of ginger powder. Soak your foot for 15 minutes or so giving it a break every so often. (you can use the same batch through out the day to save ingredients) Soak your foot a few times a day for a few days and your athletes foot will completely clear up, it is quite the amazing cure.
Thats it, I know this will work as well for you as it did for me! :)"
[YEA] 03/03/2011: Pete from Portland, Oregon replies: "I used raw Apple Cider Vinegar on some nasty-looking athlete's foot for two weeks, and I now have beautiful new skin on both feet and no sign of the infection. I simply soaked a cotton ball to saturation and applied liberally (to dripping point) all over the affected areas. I then let it dry in the air and didn't rinse it off. I did this twice or three times a day, changed my socks the same number of times, and saw improvement daily. I can't thank you enough for all your advice and encouragement!"
04/12/2011: Phil from Rutherford, Tennessee replies: "Hm... Have you ever tried Cedarsoles made from antifungal cedar wood? For me it's the most powerful solution. Maybe give it a try... There are several vendors... E. G. Zederna Cedarsoles, Cedarstar and some more..."