Antifungal Cream for Cysts

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Below, learn how an Earth Clinic reader used an antifungal cream to get rid a groin cyst quickly. Some antifungal creams contain undecylenic acid, which is derived from castor oil, which is why this remedy may have worked. Castor oil is popular remedy for shrinking cysts.

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Posted by Boilbb (US) on 01/12/2013
5 out of 5 stars

I had a re-ocurring small groin cyst that wouldn't heal. I would sometimes get small re-ocurring ones on my lower belly too. Sometimes it would come to a head but still a soft marble existed below the skin. I tried so many different remedies (at different times) from apple cider vinegar to iodine to magnesium oil, turmeric, hydrogen peroxide, etc. Honey would help it close up. When I used Tinactin [anti-fungal cream] on them for a week or so, they all healed. I had a feeling the groin boil might be fungal related because it itched a lot. It is worth a try if other things aren't working.

Replied by Cathy
(Boynton Beach, Fl)
10/31/2013

Guess what? The main ingredient in that medicine is undecylenic acid, an organic unsaturated fatty acid, directly derived from castor oil!