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Nail Fungus Remedies

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Ted's Remedies   15  4   

Posted by Kc (Lafayette, Co) on 04/12/2010

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  I have very severe nail fungus on one big toe, always have although its been getting progressively worse over the years. Just a few weeks ago I noticed a different type fungus starting in one of my little toes! "NO WAY!" i thought, so i jumped on here and read all the remedies and comments. I'm a huge believer in ACV but i haven't been taking it recently. I thought Teds Remedy combined with ACV sounded like it would work the fastest. It honestly never occurred to me it would work as fast as Ted says it would, i thought "mines really bad, a few months and it will look better maybe" I cut back all the raised infected nail to get the best penetration, did both the vinegar and hp and the bleach (at 1/1 water directly on the nail with a dropper)and then covered them in vicks for the night. OMG!! I woke up to find the fungus obviously dying (different consistency and color)and the yellowing stripes I couldn't clip back very faded. I did the whole routine again this morning and Ill post back in a week or so to let everyone know how its going. Just as an aside, it took the $175 "prescription" paint on stuff 2 months to have this affect on my nail. I'm cautiously hopeful:)

Posted by Gay (Winnsboro, Texas) on 10/05/2009

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  So glad I found this site. I have had toenail fungus for about 8-10 yrs. on my big toe that had spread to some of my other toes. Tried so many things and even went to a Podiatrist but to no avail and then I found yall's site in May 2009. My big toe nail is definitely better but doesn't look as good as the other one. The other 2 are all cured. They weren't as bad. Here's what I did. Mainly followed the advice on here. Mixed 1/2 vinegar and 1/2 peroxide in a little bottle. Mixed 4 parts water to 1 part bleach in another bottle. First applied the vin/per. solution on each nail and let it set for a minute or so and then applied a drop of bleach/water to each nail. I let that dry. I begin to notice a difference in a couple of weeks but then I did have to cut the nail and file it down on top on my big toe to really get the fungus killed. I do this a least twice a day sometimes even 3 times. My nails do look a lot better. I just use distilled vinegar not ACV. And sometimes I do apply a little drop of straight bleach to my big toe and little toe. Thanks again for this site.

Posted by Carol (Largo, FL) on 07/19/2009

[NAY]  Hi Ted,

I appreciate the time you take to offer so much information on how to cure ailments naturally. I've had toenail fungus for many years and have spent tons of money and still can't get rid of it! I gave your formula of ACV with peroxide, followed by clorox and then tea tree oil mixture and did it for about a month and my toenails are still the same! Also, the tea tree oil burns my skin and it peals all around my nail, which makes my toes look really gross! I want to give the alkalizing a try too see if that helps. I feel I have internal fungus (candida) and that's why I can't get rid off this, because I also have seborrheic dermititis and scalp problems.

Is there something you suggest I should do?

Thanks, Carol

Posted by Rhonda (Hollister, FL) on 06/06/2009

[YEA]  I have never had a fingernail fungus infection until about a month and a half ago, and it is driving me crazy! I work as a server in a resteraunt, so it is very important that my hands look neat and well groomed, so the customers dont get grossed out! I have bitten my nails since I was a kid, and I decided that it might look better and help me stop biting if I would put fake nails on, long story short, I ended up with fingernail fungus. It started in 1 fingernail, and is now moving to all, but the problem is, my hands get wet everyday, I have to put my hands in our bleach bucket to get towels to wipe down the tables after customers have left, so this has been a real battle!! bleach doesnt help fight in this situation, it seems to make it worse, but the 1/2 apple cider vinegar and 1/2 peroxide is really working, one of my nails is slowly coming off, and each day I soak in the morning, afternoon and evening before bed, and as the nail clears up i keep cutting it off, my other nails i think i caught in time before they got as bad as this one, i dare not try the bleach after, since my hands are in it all day as it is. but the vineger and peroxide are working good, and i can tell whatever kind of fungus this is, it cant stand it!!! wish me luck, because im in for a ride!! but i cant afford the expensive products they have out there, and its just a shame i had to buy a cheap set of nails, and end up with a fungus! I also think the bucket at work doesnt help the matter any either.

Posted by Helene (Kelowna, B.C.) on 06/01/2009

nail fungus: I am using Ted from Bangkok remedy. Tea tree oil and vaseline with prior Bleach and 3% peroxide and vinegar. When the treatment is used after the first day do I repeat the bleach portion again on the following days ? Teds instructions do not mention the bleach after the first day. Thanks (

Posted by Araminta (Boise, ID) on 04/30/2009

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  I want to give my so far so good story on my remedy for toe nail fungus. I did what was reccomended.I used the Distilled Viniger and Hdrogen proxide mix (soaking my toes for 5 min.) Then I dry them off and soak my toes in a 10% / 90 % bleach and H2O mix. Then the tea tree oil.vasoline mix.

I have done this for 4 days now at night before bed. I have seen my pinky toe harden and color slowly start to come back. I have noticed my cutical bed recend, and I am noticing a new nail forming under my old very soft malformed nail. I am so glad I found this site!

I have to confess I mis read the directions and for the first two days I was using a baking soda viniger mix, I think that was helping as well.

Posted by Lisa (Boston, MA) on 04/17/2009

[NAY]  I've been trying Ted's remedy for fingernail fungus for over a week and the fungus is still spreading on that nail. If this is going to work, how soon should I see progress? Any other suggestions? Should I clip away the detached fingernail?

Thanks,
Lisa

Posted by Debra (Grosse Pointe Farms, MI) on 02/12/2009

[YEA]  When the nail on my big toe showed fungus, I went to the doctor who could only offer me a medication that can be hard on your liver and, some say, doesn't work for all people or it works only temporarily. Plus, the medication is very expensive. Instead, I got online and found different remedies. I eventually found Ted's cure and decided to give it a try. By the time I found his recipe, my nail had turned black and half of it crumbled off. It was pretty horrible. After following his suggestions, my nail slowly began showing improvement as it grew. It didn't happen quickly, but it worked. My nail is now fully grown and perfect. I can again wear my summer shoes. I continue rubbing a little tea tree oil on that nail and avoid dark nail polishes. I choose a french pedicure instead as a preventative measure.

Posted by Laurie (Yellowknife, NWT Canada) on 01/19/2009

[YEA]  I was plagued with fungus on my thumb and index finger on one hand,I had it about 3 years.. the nails were deformed and very thick and cracked, I have a very public job so was quite embarrassed by them... I tried a few over the counter fungal creams but they didn't help..and in searching found Teds remedy.. I'm very impatient and wanted to rush the remedy..but it takes time. I first tried the Lemon grass oil..but having deformed nails then having them turn orange wasn't very pleasant but it did turn the nail beds almost black and may well have helped kill off the fungus..then I did the bleach and vinegar soaking for about a month.. about a table spoon of bleach in 3-5 of water ..and straight cider vinegar ..each once a day for a few minutes....others have said they lost their nails etc.. mine just slowly grew out into healthy nails...it's been about 6-8 months and they look just great and you could never tell there had been a problem to begin with.. Thanks Ted..

Laurie

Posted by janedoe (Concord, NH) on 01/07/2009

[YEA]  I was in my first triathlon last August and during my training had damp feet a lot...going from swimming to biking to running. Back in Sept. noticed the fungus. Tried store bought medicine, didn't do a thing. My brother has it on all toes, took oral medicine, didn't work! I found this site in Nov., have been using the acv/hydrogen peroxide, then beach/water soak, then AM teatree oil, PM monastat 7 cream w/bandaid at night, and my nail looks 80% better! I know it takes several months to go away, but I'm convinced this is the best treatment! I give myself a pedicure often, and cut back, and file the nail so that the soaks can get at it. I'm very impressed. Will post again when fungus completely gone! OK, so here's the deal: 50/50 ACV/Hydrogen peroxide, 1capfull of bleach/4 capsful of water, rinse between soaks. Then teatree oil in the AM, and Monastat 7 at night with a bandaid.

Posted by Janedoe
Concord, Nh
05/16/2010
It has been over a year that I have been fungus free! This is the best site ever!

Posted by Maryann (Groton, CT) on 04/07/2007

[YEA]  Ted's nail fungus treatment worked within 3 days! My large toenail developed a thick and yellowed nail about a year ago. I ignored it until recently I noticed the nail was lifting off just about down to the base of the nail. I was horrified! I quickly went on line and found this site and immediately started Ted's treatment. I cut the nail all the way down as far as I could, ridding the nail of the black fungus. Just a few small dots remained. After just 3 days of the treatment, they disappeared. I continue to daily put on a mixture of tea tree oil, lavender, and red thyme to stave off future attempts of fungus regrowth. I'm ecstatic to know and see my new healthy nail appearing at the base. Thank you for this site!

Posted by Rich (Commack, NY) on 12/13/2006

[YEA]  I have had an increasing problem of nail fungus on my left hand. It started with my thumb, then my index finger, next to my middle finger. I did not want to take drugs for the problem so I found this site and tried the peroxide, vinegar and bleach method. I did it every night for a month and noticed great improvement. Now I do it twice a week and it is just about cleared up. I soak my hand in peroxide for about 10 minutes, add vinegar to that so that it is 50/50 and soak for another 10 minutes. One way to tell if you are rid of the nail fungus is to observe the nail while it is in plain peroxide. If little bubbles appear at the nail in a fizzing way the fungus is still there. No bubbles, no fungus. I follow this up by using bleach and water and soak again for one to two minutes. My nails look great and I don't have to curl my fingers down when I have to show someone what to do using my hands.

Posted by Kasey (London, UK) on 12/11/2006

[YEA]  I had toenail fungus on several of my toes last winter and the nails were starting to flake. I tried Ted's remedy and after voila! It didn't take months and it worked like a charm. Thanks Ted!

Posted by Debra (Elizabeth, NJ) on 11/21/2006

[YEA]  Long story short - had toenail fungus on my big toe for about three years. Tried to get rid of it myself, didn't work. Went to the foot doctor, he gave me Penlac, but the cure rate for that is only 12 % !! He wanted to give me Lamisil but I didn't want to try it, since it can cause liver problems. I mentioned Ted's Remedy to the doctor, and he said "well you could try it and see, let me know if it works." That was it, he basically wanted to get rid of me.

That night, I went home, soaked my toe in the recommended Clorox and water mixture in a big bowl, then proceeded to do the ACV and Peroxide mixture in a bowl as well. Then I mixed an equal amount of ACV and Peroxide in a small squirt bottle. Every night & a.m. I soaked a cotton ball with the mix and put it on my big toe and let it sit on the nail at least 5 minutes in the morning and about half an hour at night when I had more time. I have been doing this since July and saw results within 3 weeks- it is now November. Well, the results are pretty amazing so far. Most of the bad nail is grown out, the new nail is pink and healthy- NO trace of that "off color" or little dark spots which means the fungus is still there. I was going to wait until the entire nail is grown in before I wrote in , but so far, the toenail looks great and the nail is almost to the top. It's really pretty incredible ! As the nail grows, I trim the old infected part very close. I only used the Clorox and water that one time when I first started the treatment - I wasn't clear about Ted's instruction on this. The morning & night application of ACV and Peroxide I did for a few weeks. Once I could see how much better the nail was, I just did it at night. I let the cotton ball sit on the nail for about a half hour when I was just relaxing. Now I do it every couple of nights when I think about it. I'm pretty sure that the fungus is gone !! I hesitate to write that since I've suffered with it for so long, but seeing is believing ! One thing Ted was not clear on was how long to do this treatment of ACV and peroxide so I just keep doing it for now ! Ted, would you like to clarify the length of treatment time for both the Clorox and then the ACV and peroxide ? THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SIMPLE CURE ! I found this website by accident due to frustration and it's great ! I have been telling people about it now. Haven't called that foot doctor yet. I want to tell him thanks for NOTHING- I cured my toenail fungus without him ! DO THIS TREATMENT ! IT WORKS

Posted by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
Dear Debra:

One thing Ted was not clear on was how long to do this treatment of ACV and peroxide so I just keep doing it for now !

The reason why I wasn't clear was that to completely rid of the fungus, you going to have to continue until it is no longer there.

Once they are no longer there, you can either stop the treatment or do it less frequently as a preventive. Still it is important that socks and shoes are a big source of reinfection. Certain shoes with felt or cloth inside will cause reinfection. To prevent this, you need to apply a strong solution of tannic acid to the shoes or a copper chloride 5% solution (with your latex gloves) inside the shoe. Then use a hair blow dryer to dry the shoe. Always keep the shoe dry.

Ted, would you like to clarify the length of treatment time for both the Clorox and then the ACV and peroxide ?

Everyone grows toe nails at different rates. So once the fungus is absolutely all gone, and are grown out of it. That is the length treatment time. Most improvement is seen in the first few weeks, that is true. Since you mentioned you started in July and now it is November, it is quite close. For fungus to be completely gone, it require approximately 6 months.

Since your nail are not white and powdery it means your health is good.

ONCE THE TREATMENT PERIOD is finished, there is a preventive measure you have to consider. This can also be done while you are killing of the foot fungus also.

It can also be done as an addition, for people whose nail are bad and refuses to go away (if it does happen) the treatment does in fact kill the fungus. The problem often lies that the body's immune system is suppressed making it difficult for the fungus to go away since it comes from the body's weakened immune system.

To prevent this, take 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda 1/4 teaspoon of citric acid plus 1/2 glass of water twice a day on an empty stomach to alkalize your blood. Take it about 4 days of it and off for about 3 days. If you do this no new fungus should form from now on.

An alkalized blood makes the fungus very difficult to grow and you should not have a foot fungus again. Still, always blow the hair dryer on the shoe and keep them dry and change the socks regularly.

Posted by Margaret (Victoria, BC, Canada) on 09/24/2006

[YEA]  I cut nail short, soaked it in above solution for a few minutes and used small nail brush to get solution under nail* this is the important part. did this several times a day and before going to bed. lamasil didn't work and vick's only made it worse as it keep the nail moist. I've done this for 4 weeks and my ugly nail is now looking 80% better I can't believe the difference. I'll keep doing it until the new nail grows in. I did hear that soaking it in diluted bleach for a few minutes helps also. I may try that with this treatment. Thanks


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