Jock Itch Remedies

Dish Washing Liquid

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Posted by Tenacious Martin (Puerto Rico) on 08/02/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have been feeling self conscious about reporting this remedy. Because I myself find it so unconventional. But I thought that if it worked for me, it could work for many other people.

For a few weeks, my jock Itch was preventing me form a good night sleep. The itch would keep me awake. I started to check earthclinic remedies and was ready to try the ACV. But I did not do it right away. And then, I discovered another remedy by accident.

The way it happened was that one Sunday morning, I was going to take a shower before going to Church. But I found out that I had no soap. None whatsoever. I knew it, but had forgotten to buy more the day before.

I did not want to miss Church, but also I would feel very unease going to church having skipped shower. Then It came to mind a TV commercial (about a dishwashing liquid) that I used to watch as a little kid. The claim was that it was very effective cleaning dishes, but also so gentle on the hands, that certain beautician was using it to soak her clients hands into it before manicures.

As I remembered, I figured that if it was so kind on the hands, It would not hurt to use it only once to take a shower. And so I did. But because I had this Jock Itch problem, I made sure to apply a small amount of dishwashing liquid to my scrotum and all immediate areas. And just as I was applying and rubbing the area (with a small towel as is my custom when I shower), I could not help to notice an immediate relief.

That day, my itch did not bother me, and also during the night the itch was gone. Therefore, I decided to use it a few more days. But finally, since my whole body skin felt so clean and good after shower, I decided to make a switch. Now I use dishwashing liquid for my shower all the time. But have not told anybody so they won't think I am eccentric.

The specific liquid I use is Dawn Ultra Platinum. Again, It has worked for me, and itch was gone right after first usage, not to return again. But I know I'm not using this liquid for its intended purpose.


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Posted by Joel (Pa) on 10/24/2018
5 out of 5 stars

DMSO diluted 1:3 or so in water cured my terrible jock itch. I tried every remedy on Earthclinic but only DMSO cured it. With just one or two applications it was gone. No burn or pain either. Not sure why nobody else knows about this. I actually put some magnesium chloride in my mixture but pretty sure that was not the reason it worked.

Just soak your area in the dmso water, rub it in real well... leave it on like that at least 5 minutes before rinsing off.

Failed Jock Itch Remedies

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Posted by Thewind777 (Mesa) on 01/19/2015
1 out of 5 stars

Just thought I'd say what I have tried, over the years, which DIDN'T work.

Many oils seemed to increase the problem, not decrease it (including Olive Oil and Coconut Oil)

Oregano Oil, thyme oil, Tea Tree Oil and Eucalyptus Oil are all extremely caustic and I would never recommend anybody using any of them on their private parts (even if thinned with Olive Oil). "Burn your skin off" is what they do.

Iodine can work... but you have to apply it multiple times and that causes chemical burns, also.

All OTC products are crap. None work for long. Tinactin worked best; but not long-lasting. Maybe if you never had jock itch before, and you had it for ten minutes, and then you put it on it might work.

Repeated ACV, all-by-itself, didn't get rid of it.

Kyolic Garlic all-by-itself sometimes does pretty well at keeping it away for a time.


High-alcohol content alcohol treatment done 3-4 times-per-day, alternating with 5% Hydrogen Peroxide (2 half-teapoons 35% Food-grade Hydrogen Peroxide mixed with 15 half-teapoons distilled water) alternating with 100% ACV with Mother (the cloudy stuff in the bottom of the jar. allowed to dry completely, then powdered with Boric Acid or Borax afterwards. Cover with lanolin after it is all completely dry (I use "NOW Solutions" 100% Pure Lanolin 7 oz. from Amazon).

After the problem has gone away, try mixing a Probiotic with Bifidus Longum and Lactobacillus Acidophillus to coconut oil and apply it. This will kill most of it, but allow some to repopulate. What works in the colon should also work in your butt crack.


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Posted by Save (Mn) on 07/24/2016
5 out of 5 stars

This is the first time I've had jock itch. I'm 52 myself and tried the over the counter stuff. IT DIDN'T WORK! All it seem to do spread it more really made worse! Started reading on this site someone mention olive oil and garlic and someone also mention baking soda made a paste with that applied it did burn a bit but took the pain for 30 min. Like they said to do after the first it seemed to almost disappear over night did this for 3 days just in case also did the rubbing alcohol treatment two to three times a day by the third day it was 90 percent gone and was still fading away. Thanks for the insight. Men women do this it worked for me. by the way I also ate one glove of garlic a day like some mention kills it from the inside out.

Posted by Don (Southwest, Michigan, Usa) on 06/06/2013
5 out of 5 stars

For the last two years I have been bothered with itching armpits and jock itch. I have routinely shaved both areas and kept clean and dry. I tried everything. Clotrimazole 1% knocked it down but never completely out. One evening I had a terrific urge for garlic bread. I made it with olive oil and lots and lots and lots of garlic powder. I ate the whole loaf with scrambled eggs and garlic. The next morning I noticed I didn't itch as badly. For the next few days I ate garlic on everything. Powdered, fresh and frozen cloves. After about 3-4 days my rashes and itching were completely gone. I haven't had a hint of an itch or rash in 8 months. And I eat a lot of garlic. All I can say is it worked for me and I highly recommend trying it. (Freezing Hint - A store went out of business and I bought a large bag of fresh garlic. Tried hanging it but it started molding. I broke the bulbs into cloves filling 4 one-gal. Sealed bags and put in the freezer. That was more than a year ago and they still taste delicious. I take out as many cloves as needed, cut both ends off and the peel falls away. When thawed they are a little mushing and flavor concentrated, but in a stir fry, salad dressing or smoothy who cares)

Replied by Dave
(Greenville, Sc)

The fact that wonderful garlic helped indicates you had or have a yeast infection.

Nystatin is an anti yeast product that is very effective against yeast infections. It came in power form when I last used it. Look it up on the internet to get its history.

Also topically "witch hazel" is very good.

But back to garlic, it is also super beneficial as an anti viral and it boosts the immune system. For a lingering cough, one of those that follow a cold and just keeps on tickling deep in the lungs, using two cloves of garlic raw, every day for a week is a cure used across the world.

Posted by Shruti (Nagpur, Maharshtra/india) on 01/18/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Friends... Being a female.. I can tell u... Jock itch becomes more problematic.. As the monthly periods add more to the already worse condition of jock itch... It developed as a ringworm in my groin area... Later developed into big rashes.. Itching like hell... Suffered atleast for 4 full days.. Applied antifungal creams... No use.. Was hopeful that it will go by 6th day at least... But no.. It did'nt go... Out of frustration took 4 cloves of GARLIC. (had read in some website.. Garlic to be antifungal). Made a paste... Did not mix anything in the paste... Applied directly on the area of rashes.. It burned like hell... But I was ready to go thru any sort of pain to get rid of it... You won't believe... The itching is gone just in one application.. And hope that another one or two application will set me free... GARLIC REALLY WORKS...

Replied by Yeastman
(Poway, Ca, Usa)
1 out of 5 stars

Took 10 pills of 2000mg of garlic daily. Did not prevent symptoms from reoccurring, once I stopped OTC treatment.

Replied by Healyourself
(Raleigh, Nc)

Garlic only works when used freshly crushed. The two substances combine in the cell wall to form Allacillin. It will kill everything including MRSA. Dried garlic does nothing has to be fresh.

Replied by Skateballer
(Woodland Hills, US)
5 out of 5 stars

Garlic Did It!

After a battle that goes back six years, if remember correctly, I found a way on this site to cure this infection. Store brand creams never worked for me, they would just get rid of the symptoms but never fully cure me. I wasted years of time spent and hundreds of dollars on clomitrozonale, tinactin, lotramin, gold bond, based on popular site searches until I found this website about a year or so ago; and the real healing began. I tried rubbing alcohol which was the same as those topical creams except more painful. Vinegar which I thought would work but my symptoms always returned. Lemon juice which actually made the area more itchy. Oregano Oil which was incredibly painful and ended scorching my skin. ( Eventually the area shed like a snake) Talc powder, soothing but not curing and finally I found a post that really resonated with me. A user said that we all actually like this infection, how relieving it feels to scratch it, how you just become comfortable with it being a part of you, you never truly understand it...It takes an outside as well as inside approach to this infection to kill TC.

If you have had it for a long time like me it is not only on your outer skin but it is inside you feeding on your blood stream as well. After learning this I followed suit. I changed my diet, no more soda, beer, and barely any carbs. Just meat (fish, chicken) and veggies. I ordered some quadriderm which is a popular centrifugal outside the U.S that has tolnaftate like "tough actin Tinactin" and the fungicidal gentamicin but it did not burn like Tinactin, in fact it was like rubbing lotion on the area. Finally, I minced up a clove of garlic and downed it (it did burn in my stomach for a couple moments but it is tolerable) and this began my most successful healing process to date. I would eat a clove every two or three days and apply the quadriderm everyday once in the morning. When I had TC I used to spray super hot water on the area and that was the most relieving feeling, the water could be so hot, much hotter than I could withstand anywhere else on my body but it was one of the most gratifying feelings I have ever experienced, almost as gratifying as knowing that I have possibly defeated the infection. I can no longer spray the area with scalding hot water now and have gone weeks without experiencing a significant itch. I just may have conquered my Jock Itch thanks to the inside outside approach. Quadriderm on the outside and Garlic for my insides.

Replied by Hart

Did the garlic take it away?

Replied by Jl

How long did it take for the itch to go away after a diet change and taking garlic?

Replied by Rune

Hi, I just tried the direct garlic application, I've suffered jock itch for years, god knows how many at this stage. Also had all the usual over the counter and numerous Doctor visits all giving the same result. The over the counter creams are for me, a complete waste of money. The prescribed creams and even oral pills work for the time you use the plus maybe a few days, then back to square one.

So I mashed up 3 garlic cloves in a desperate bit to even get a little relief, I applied them direct! I won't swear here but, the air was thick with mixed screams and shouted profanities!! Burning like I imagine Hydrochloric Acid would burn! I held out for only 5 minutes. At that point, I ran to the shower. Ice Cold water directed to the area, I stood about 10 minutes washing off the garlic.

This method should have a Government health warning,

I will check back in and leave feedback on the results as they happen.

Do not try this in the vicinity of anyone whatsoever! The screaming tends to scare even Hardiest of Marines!

Gold Bond Powder

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Posted by Mark Degenius (Tenafly, NJ) on 10/07/2012
1 out of 5 stars

Don't waste your time with Gold Bond's. You will see it dissapear very quickly and then come back right away. Gold Bond only impacts the symptoms, not the underlying cause. I've been applying ACV 2-3 times a day to my scrotum over the past 3 days and the area of infection has become very inflamed and slightly scabbing. Not sure if this is part of the process but will try it for 3-4 more days.

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Posted by linda (Salem, Oregon, USA) on 11/18/2008
5 out of 5 stars

This has worked in my family for jock itch. Washing the area really well with a Tea Tree soap. Dry well and use GOLD BOND POWDER in the green bottle. It burns like fire for a few minutes but the next day the itching is gone. Do again the next day just to be on the safe side. Worked very well.

Replied by Ben
(Bellevue, KY)
1 out of 5 stars

This product does not work very well, I have seek out everything possible otc and through my doctor. This powder only helps to dry and cool the area for about 10 minutes and then it is back to the pain.

Replied by Christopher
(Arlington, Ma)
1 out of 5 stars

I do not recommend using any powder that contains cornstarch in it. Not knowing what I had, I used Gold Bond powder and it made the problem much worse. And then to top it all off I bought a powder that's supposed to cure jock itch and it's main ingredient is cornstarch.

P.s. rubbing alcohol...very painful!

Replied by Wally
(Cherry Hill, Nj)
1 out of 5 stars

Gold Bond doesn't work; it is ok if just starting to get symptoms, but once you get a bad case, I too think it makes it worse. Dr. Prescribed Econazole Nitrate Creme and it cleared up real fast.

Replied by Thenewguyintown
(Westwood, New Jersey, Usa)

I have had success with the goldbonds, however its the gold bottle that has worked best for me. The key is keeping it dry, use a blow dryer on the area after showering and dont forget the back door too! The moisture will definitely migrate to the front.....

Replied by Geoffrey
(Salisbury, Maryland, United States)
1 out of 5 stars

definate nay on this one, especially the blue/green bottle. Had jock itch and using this produce was like pouring sterno on the affected area (and of course washing it off just made it hurt even more) I did find that gold bond in the orange/yellow bottle while listing the same exact ingredients didn't have the inferno effect but did give some relief from the symptoms but not a cure

Replied by Fungaljungle
(Duluth, Ga)
1 out of 5 stars


Gold Bond works great when used after applying a cream (lamisil or perscription strength). If your infection is serious do not use the powder by itself, because it won't do anything to fight the fungus and may even feed it because of the cornstach content mentioned above. There is no need for green bottle, the whole point of using it is just to maintain dryness... Don't rely on it for anything else other than keeping you dry. The extra stuff that comes in the green bottle isn't really needed to achieve this goal.

Replied by Steve
(Statesville, Nc, Usa)
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

Gold Bond powder did not cure the condition for me at all, though it does provide a very temporary relief from the itch. The itch relief wears off quickly, though the powder does seem to keep the area drier than normal. It also smells quite medicinal, probably not the best thing for a date night.

Replied by D.
1 out of 5 stars


DO NOT I repeat DO NOT use Gold Bond if you already have jock itch I used it for 2 days and I had and intense itch afterwards followed by inflammation. The worst idea ever.

Hydrogen Peroxide

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Posted by JenCO (Birmingham, UK) on 05/18/2009
5 out of 5 stars

My husband used 3 per cent hydrogen peroxide (35 per cent food grade hydrogen peroxide diluted 1:10 with filtered water) sprayed onto his groin area, then left to dry, morning and evening. The spray did not sting in any way. The jock itch soon went away, and has never come back. This is an effective and cheap remedy.

Replied by Gary
(Reno, Nv, United States)
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

Gary from Reno, NVI tryed this remedy for the same problem and it seemed to work for awhile. Then in a couple weeks the problem returned.

Replied by Ed
(Bloomington, Mn)

Yes, but you have to use anti-fungal powder for awhile to make sure the fungus is gone.

Replied by J.e.pettitt
(Red Deer Ab Canada)
5 out of 5 stars

Hydrogen Peroxide is Cheap and Effective for Jock Itch

Bottom Line on several suggested treatments? -each to their own!

I myself discovered Hydrogen Peroxide somewhat by accident and am most pleased with it. I merely wet my palms and apply to either side of the groin--no diluting necessary (for me). Gold Bond? Only tried it once with no satisfaction. I also use alcohol pads (meant for diabetics) as they're very handy and simple, but only as a temporal measure. A worthy observation too-- don't sleep under too many blankets so as to sweat overnight and thereby cause the problem. I personally find an H.P. 'splash' only necessary when moistness and itching is evident. But again, each to their own.

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Posted by Thomas (Homewood, Il / usa) on 02/17/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I've had 'jock itch' now for around 20 years. It comes and goes and is always worse in the summer. I've tried all the creams and sprays and all they do is suppress it and control it. I ordered some food grade H202 on line, 35% and just dabbed it on with a cotton ball and it immediately turned white and started to burn, I let it burn for about 20 seconds then jumped in the shower and rinsed it off. I did this again at night.The next day I diluted it by half and applied it again for as long as I could stand it, no longer then a minute. As I did this I noticed that the fungus was spread around a larger area then I ever imagined. I had small areas that went from my inner leg all the way up above my pubic hair. Anyway after about 10 days the insidious fungus was eradicated and hasn't come back! Thank you Earth Clinic. I am now huffing H202 a few times a day and I gargle with it twice a day and notice my teeth are getting whiter and cleaner. Who knew?

Replied by Jim
(Frankfort, IL)

Please be careful! 35% hydrogen peroxide can be VERY DANGEROUS and can cause severe burns. A man on this site writing about using it for jock itch and for oral care did not mention DILUTING the hydrogen peroxide. I believe it is crucial to dilute it properly.

Replied by Annie
(Temecula, CA)

To Jim: it looks like he dabbed 35% on straight, then jumped in the shower and rinsed it off. I have soaked my nail fungus in 20% H202 for 15 minutes and it hasn't been a problem. But you're right, for the inhalation, it needs to be diluted down to 3%!!

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Posted by Joe (Somerville, NJ) on 02/04/2007
5 out of 5 stars

I've used hydrogen peroxide, 3% pharmacy grade cut 50% with water, to rinse my mouth before brushing, which has been a great help with eliminating bad breath and plaque. But here's a remedy that no one may have thought - a treatment for "tinea cruris" commonly known as jock itch. I had an issue with this for several months and during this period, several times a week, I used Curex and other over-the-counter options to eliminate it, spending $20.00 to $30.00 to no avail. I knew hydrogen peroxide was effective in killing bacteria, so, as a last resort, I cut the pharmacy 3% grade 50%, just like the mouth wash, and used it-in 2 days!!! the itch and soreness was gone! No joke. Total cost 20 cents!

Replied by Ben
(Bellevue, KY)

Are you people kidding me diluting the peroxide, it doesnt work anyways but diluting it would only make it not powerful and for using it as mouth wash my grandfather has been doing it for 30 years and he does not dilute it. This is folly, Avoid listening to these.

Replied by Toxeia
(Lf, Tx)

Hydrogen peroxide (3%, 35%, any concentration) is a carcinogen (read: Can cause cancer). Orally, it is also a bad idea to use as it causes a condition known as "brown hairy tongue." While the name isn't very authoritative sounding, I've seen it myself in patients that claim to use H2O2 as a daily mouth rinse.

Replied by Bill
(San Fernando, Luzon, Philippines)

Hi Toxela...Here is the MSDS(Material Safety Data Sheet) -- which accords with ALL research and is the Bible in this regard.

You will notice that under the Cancer List in the Toxicity Info section, 3% HP has no Known or Anticiated cancer causing effects.

Also you will notice that Phenocetin -- used as the HP stabilizer for 3% HP IS a cancer causing agent.

Therefore 35% pure food grade HP is NOT a carcinogen.

Hydrogen Peroxide, Petroleum Jelly

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Posted by Jay (Cape Town, South Africa) on 06/16/2010
5 out of 5 stars

I'm not a big fan of pharmaceuticals, so did a little bit of research on my favourite remedy for many things to see wether there are applications for it in treating jock itch - hydrogen peroxide. I applied 3% solution with a drenched piece of cotton wool which burnt like CRAZY, leaving the infected area red, sore and tender. I'm not sure whether the hydrogen peroxide finally aided or not, but in any event I had to do something about the discomfort as it was time to go to work and the next simplest thing I could think of was plain petroleum jelly.

After applying a decent amount of petroleum jelly on the affected area the sting went away and when I got home I applied some more before going to bed. By the morning the rash was more than 90% gone and the itch as well! Amazing! I can't wait until next year to see whether petroleum jelly by itself would be effective-- I've read that this fungus which affects the top layer of skin cannot receive oxygen through oil and thus dies upon the application of most oils or lotions.

Replied by Jack
(Montreal, Quebec)
5 out of 5 stars

Petroleum Jelly works better than anything I've tried so far.

Replied by Tekkers
(Austin, Texas)
5 out of 5 stars

I developed jock itch for the first time in my life and thought it would simply go away with some OTC cream. When that didn't work after a month, a doctor prescribed a stronger cream and some anti-fungal oral pills. That did not work, so I came here. I used regular OTC anti-fungal cream but after it had dried somewhat, I covered the area in petroleum jelly to "seal" it in... That helped a LOT. I should also mention a couple of things the doctor suggested: Keep the area dry, use baby powder in the surrounding area and change towels often. I also changed boxers once a day so I didn't sleep in the pair I wore all day. The doctor also mentioned that if possible (and this is weird if you don't live by yourself or have a very understanding wife like I do) to leave yourself exposed while at home, so that the light helps keep the fungus at bay. Fungus needs darkness and oxygen to grow, so if you keep light on it and seal it in with the jelly that will really slow it down.

After two weeks of this, I still felt like I had it although it was the best it had been (it rarely itched and I could work or go the whole day without even thinking about it). I decided to return to the doctor to see if I could get more prescription strength cream in the hope of finishing it off. This time I saw a dermatologist, who observed that it looked like the fungus was gone, but my skin was irritated by all the medicine. She gave me prescription strength cortizone which after just four days of use I was able to cut down to once a day, and then none at all after 3 more. The area is still healing, in that it no longer itches but it is still a little dry so I'm just not taking very hot showers and using hand lotion now to help it heal. I try not to use the cortizone since it does have a steroid and can thin the skin if used too much.

Anyways, all in all this was three months total of irritation, but I have to thank this forum for the petroleum jelly solution since I believe that is what eventually cured it. It also made it much more tolerable. Best of luck!

Replied by John
(Toronto, Ontario)

Ok... This is it! After reading several posts I tried to get rid of my jock itch after seeing my doctor several times and trying numerous creams. The first thing is to use a mild soap to keep the area clean. Once out of the shower, I dried the area with paper towel. Then I rubbed rubbing alcohol on the area. This is painful. Next, I soaked the area with hydrogen peroxide. I put my shorts on with no underwear. When ever I had a chance, I wore nothing. I washed the area after ever bowel movement and used boxers instead of briefs. I also took Epson salt baths regularly. I noticed huge improvement immediately. But it was still there. I decided to buy several bottles of hydrogen peroxide and a large plastic container. I poured the peroxide into the container and soaked the area once a day for a couple of days. I am happy to say it is gone.

Replied by C.c.
(San Jose, Ca)
5 out of 5 stars

I have used heavy petroleum many times.


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Posted by Carlos (Barcelona) on 07/14/2015
5 out of 5 stars


I read that kefir would get rid of Jock itch. I was given lamisil topical and oral by my doctor last summer and it went away but this summer it returned.

I have tried some remedies from here like ACV with didnt work for me, teatre oil seemed to work but made it worst.The best thing I used was vaseline, but still the next day I could feel th yeasty cheesy smell that Ive grown to hate.

So Ive been keeping it under control with vaseline.

I started drinking homemade kefir and I saw other health benefits but no benefit on my jock itch. I applied the kefir milk to my jock itch too, and I got relieve but the smell was back the next day.

2 days ago I saw my kefir grains were growing too much so I thought, why not use th kefir grains straight on my jock itch?

So I took a shower and washd the area with first hot water, then cold water for long time sinc I heard its good to apply cold.I dont use any soap sinc it has always agravate my problem.Then I dried the area with a towell I grabbed about 1 or 2 tbsps of kefir grains and I rubbed it on all the area for about 5 min .

Try to filter the grains befor so they dont have much milk, remember milk is food for all fungus yeast and it turns to glucose so milk is not the best thing to apply.

Be careful cause it can be very messy, grains will fall to the floor your feet etc.

It was just amazing, at the same tim I was rubbing the grains over my skin, the red patches were turning brown, it was killing the fungus in front my eyes and it felt so refreshing.

I didnt rinse. Latr while laying in bed I felt some stinging I thought oh no this is not working but I think it was the fungus dying.

Long story short, 2 days later I feel no disconfort AT ALL. Theres no redness only dark pigmentation that will go overtime, no swelling.And the best indicator.Its been 2 days I dont take a shower Ive sweat a lot and its summer but I dont have that cheesy yasty smell anymore.You may think Im nasty but I just wanted to fully test the kefir grains effect with only one use.

Im in disbilief caus lamisil took the pain away and rash but the cheesy smell was always there and thats how I knew it would com back eventually.

The reason behind this working is:

one kefir grains are tooo acidic, much more than the milk that you drink from the grains yt it doesnt irritate the skin like alcohol vinegar lemon etc

two.Kefir brains also contain billions of benefitial bateria yeast and fungus that when applied to your skin compete with the candida responsible for jock itch to survive, killing it in the process.

So this is my recipe, wash throuly with warm and then cold water.Dry the area with a towell and or hair drier.Rub the kefir grains for as long as you can in every area, let it air dry for a few minutes and gt dressed as usual.

Reducing sugar bread intake and drinking raw kefir is aditional help.Also dont use soap in that area sinc soaps remove your skin natural protection.

Please try this, I know how dificult it is to deal with this condition specially psycologically.

Google about kefir, learn how simple it is to make it at home.Find someone near to give you grains or buy them online cheap. You wont be disapointed.I us Milk kefir grains, I ve never had water kefir grains.

Ill keep reporting


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Posted by Don (Ohio) on 08/20/2016
1 out of 5 stars

Lemon for jock itch - gotta say nay on this one, my lord it burned more than any other remedy on here, sorry

Posted by Jaya (Chennai, Tamilnadu And India) on 03/01/2013

Lemon for jock itch: apply plain lemon juice without adding water. 2 days u get complete cure.

Replied by Louwrence
(Rustenburg, North West, South Africa)

Hi Jaya, Urine works quicker.

Replied by Fina
(Norcross, Ga)

We get it, Louwrence - we should use urine to cure any ailment. Coughs, colds, sore holes or pimples on your pecker - use urine. (I'm being silly, not snarky. Couldn't help myself, since week after week, every other post cites urine as a cure, no matter what the ailment.)

Replied by Biz
(New York)

@Fina: Actually urine's main ingredient is ammonia with traces of sulphur. The guy is on to something.

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