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Top Natural Cures for Ringworm: Quick & Easy Remedies

| Modified on Feb 15, 2024

Ringworm, despite its name, isn't a worm at all, but a fungal infection that can cause red, itchy, circular rashes. This common skin condition, medically known as tinea, can affect anyone. Fortunately, several natural remedies can be conveniently tried at home to treat this condition effectively.

Effective Natural Treatments for Ringworm

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a powerhouse in combating fungal infections thanks to its antifungal properties. Apply a small amount of apple cider vinegar to the affected area using a cotton ball. Do this two to three times daily for best results. Not only is this method simple, but it's also cost-effective.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil, known for its antifungal and antiseptic qualities, is another excellent choice for treating ringworm. Dilute a few drops of tea tree oil with a carrier oil like coconut oil and apply it to the affected area twice daily. This natural remedy can reduce itching and promote healing.


Garlic isn't just for adding flavor to your food; it's also a potent antifungal agent. Crush a few garlic cloves and mix them with olive oil to form a paste. Apply this paste to the ringworm and cover with a bandage. Repeat this process daily until the infection subsides.


Aloe vera is renowned for its soothing, anti-inflammatory properties, making it an ideal treatment for ringworm's itchy and discomforting symptoms. Apply aloe vera gel directly to the affected area several times a day to soothe the skin and speed up the healing process.

Black Walnut

Black walnut is often used in a tincture form. The tincture can be applied twice a day to the ringworm lesions.


Turmeric is a spice known for its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Create a paste by mixing turmeric powder with water or coconut oil and applying it to the affected area. This can help reduce inflammation and fight the infection.

Coconut Oil

With its antifungal properties, coconut oil can be a gentle yet effective remedy for ringworm. Apply coconut oil to the infected area three times a day. The oil's fatty acids help to kill the fungus and soothe the skin.

Neem Oil

Neem oil, widely used in traditional medicine, is effective against various skin infections, including ringworm. Apply neem oil directly to the affected area once or twice daily until the infection clears.

Prevention and Care

While these remedies can be effective, prevention is always better than cure. Maintain good hygiene, keep your skin dry and clean, and avoid sharing personal items like towels and combs. Consult a healthcare provider if your ringworm doesn’t improve with home treatment.

In conclusion, natural remedies offer a safe and effective way to treat ringworm at home. These treatments are easy to prepare and use, making them convenient for those seeking an alternative to over-the-counter medications. Remember, for persistent or severe cases, it’s always best to seek medical advice.

We invite feedback on your experiences with these home remedies for ringworm. Share your success stories with us or keep reading below to learn which remedies worked the best for our readers.

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Ringrom: cure by taking cotton square generous dab of ABB then rub into solaray yeast fighters (take out of capsules and place into a bowl) then rub into borax then rub into affected area 10 to 15 seconds works

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Posted by Victor (Australia) on 09/06/2014

I started with a small circle on my right groin about 3 months months ago. I used virtually all OTC antifungals, none worked at all, which was very strange as previous experiences with fungus lasted 2 weeks at most and didn't have any problem clearing, they were a matter of put on the cream and forget, pretty much. This time it's been different from the start. One night, about 2 weeks ago, I even applied ACV like mad, till it bled, only to see a large rash on my corresponding thigh the morning afterwards; I reckon spores were released in huge amounts and all went to what was closest to them. Slowly but steadily that creepy thing is spreading on my two thighs and about 2 days ago on my left forearm. Now I've very very concerned, I don't want to have ringworm on my torso, face, etc. I've also tried several home remedies such as coconut oil (seemed to work but it's way too oily), Absorbing Jr Extra Strength (didn't work at all), Vicks Vaporub (same, didn't work), soaps with tea tree oil (apart from the nice smell, nothing), antidandruff shampoo (nothing either).

What does seem to work for me is Aloe Vera. After only 2 days on my forearm and that thing seems completely controlled, if not gone already. After the first application it stopped spreading; I reckon in the same way as clear nail polish seems to work, Aloe Vera suffocates ringworm and eventually kills it. Caveat: the infection on my forearm was very very recent, I've also applied generous amounts of AV to my groins and legs but probably because it's quite worse there it's taking way longer to see results.

Something very important to take into account is that ringworm may seem and act different depending on the part of the body affected. On my forearm I mostly saw circular shapes with borders of slightly darker, reddish skin, whereas on my thighs and groins it's slightly thickened skin in circular shapes, sometimes with several pustules (which I am yet to see on my forearm).

Replied by Benjamin
(Las Vegas, Nevada)

Your experience is very similar to mine. At one point I think I got a secondary infection that caused pus sores and extreme pain. After a round of internal antifungal and antibiotics, which I normally avoid like the plague, I was back to regular ringworm, (which has been a nightmare in itself) in the groin with postules. I read about on a Ted posting and have found that applying peroxide several times a day has helped immensely and I finally see a light at the end of the tunnel. I usually start my day out for the last week anyway by warming up a gallon of 3% peroxide and sitting in it in a basin and splashing it over affected areas that are not submersed. I suppose you could spray it on as well and should several times a day to cure it. As it is on my backside, thighs, groin, etc., I try and do the soak also I'm sure you could use over the counter peroxide with the stabilizers but I had a gallon of 35% food grade peroxide that I make my own with using distilled water. I would also probably start with 1 or 2% then move up to 3%. I actually funnel the used peroxide back into a closed container and have used it for several days. I just put the jug in a pot of hot water on the stove to warm it before use, for comfort and added absorbtion. I figure there are no surviving germs in it and it has been cost effective and cured me a lot. I am thinking to follow the protocol of drinking diluted peroxide in distilled water as well as an added measure in this fight. I did it years ago. One should be very careful to follow the instructions exactly, I believe if you choose the internal approach as well. I hope this helps you as it has me.

Replied by Laurel

Aloe Vera also worked for me, after trying Absorbine, and a multitude of other things. I had it everywhere. I tried bathing in Selsun Blue-no results, but upon using Aloe Vera, in two weeks it was completely gone, and has not come back. NO side effects either. I use pure AV (clear, no color to it, nor lidocaine) Mine is 100% aloe gel.

Replied by Flagg

I had a ring worm when I was a little girl and grandpa put some black gun powder in some Vaseline and put it on the ring worm, than put a band aid on it. Since then I have done this many times to other people and it always works in about 3 to 4 days and with no pain and the ring worm never comes back.

Replied by Al Hudson
(Homestead, Fl.)

Hi Flagg, Love those old ones that work!! Thanks for the tip. A word of caution for all, grandpa's Black powder could be quite different than gunpowder today...here is a quote from "Gunpowder as a War Remedy" by John H. Clark, 1915..."

The Gunpowder with which we are concerned is the traditional Black Gunpowder, whose three cardinal constituents are sulphur, carbon, and nitre or saltpetre.

Modern smokeless gunpowder is of a different composition.

As sulphur, carbon, and saltpetre are three potent medicines well known to pharmacy and physic, it is not surprising that a combination of the three should also be a medicine of great potency.

There is a certain piquancy in the fact that gunpowder is a remedy for the accidents of warfare ; but some instinct put into the minds of our soldiers of long ago that gunpowder could cure as well as kill.

The Indians of North America and Canada have found in it a remedy for snake-bites.

The shepherds of East Anglia, as already mentioned, use it extensively in treating their flocks and themselves for wounds and blood-poisoning of many kinds, and for protecting themselves against wound infection." ...............As my Great Grandfather might have said...keep you powder dry...till you mix it with the Petrolatum! ( old timer's name for Vaseline) :)

Replied by Flagg

Well, I think it would work to be safe is to get an old bullet like I had, and open it up like I did and get the bullet on line, if you can and the reason why is because the ring worm won't spread and their is no pain doing it this way, and I used a bullet that my dad had and that one didn't go back quite that far and it worked for my friend.

Replied by Awk


I am new to this site. I was recommended to try Apple Cider Vinegar by my nurse practitioner for ringworm I have under my arm. I did some research on this site, and everyone says they rub the site very hard until they bleed. Is this necessary to get the ringworm to go away or can I just hold a cotton ball soaked with ACV over the spot briefly?

Thanks in advance for the advice.

Replied by Mama To Many

Dear Awk, I do not think it necessary or wise to rough up the skin before treating with apple cider vinegar. Breaking more skin is moving away from healing. We have treated ringworm on people and cats without further damaging tissue. If ACV does not work, we used olive oil with tea tree and lavender essential oils to treat ringworm successfully. ~Mama to Many~

Replied by Om
(Hope, Bc Canada)

Awk (Nola)---

I have used Turmeric powder for many years for ringworm on cats. It disappears within days. The area must be dry (on human skin) and the powder applied gently. Repeat during the day and wear clothes that can be washed and are not the best ones. When washing with laundry soap, there will be a deep pink which disappears with time or when exposed to the sun.

Doesn't even cost pennies. Namaste, Om

Replied by Mark

You need to attack ringworm internally as well as externally. I have had 2 bouts, the first was on the inner thigh, not nice. Timodine got rid of that.

The second bout happened about 2 years after on my lower back, timodine did a little but it seemed they were more resistant. I remembered when I had the first bout I started drinking home made garlic and onion soup, this may have helped get rid of it internally.

It is slowly going away, ACV can sting but the sting soon goes away. Soak a face cloth (to only be used for this purpose) in a slightly diluted mixed of water and ACV and allow to soak for at least 20 mins. One big tip is to have a hot bath first, open the pores of the skin to allow the Apple Cider Vinegar to get right into the skin. This approach is working better than any OTC or prescription I have had for this bout.

I have also started drinking Apple Cider Vinegar as mentioned in the replies. Remember to continue the process well after you think it has disappeared, because it is basically waiting to come back again if you don't.

Good luck.

Replied by Maureen
(London Uk)

I have a similar problem going on for almost two years. It started on my right leg and not having a clue about skin issues I ignored it and moisturised a bit more. It got worse and larger and I had no idea what it could be. I obviously went through what a lot of people do. Wrong diagnosis, wrong treatments etc all making it worse. Just recently after an acupuncture treatment it spread to my other leg and both thighs. The acupuncture must have activated the skin. I had had a few breakouts on both thighs which would then dry up after a while. I came to the conclusion myself that it had to be ringworm by reading this site and gradually studying dermatophyte behaviour.

I used ACV and everything else under the sun but nothing would get it off my right leg. Having looked at some electron mocroscope pictures of dermatophytes I just went to war. I discovered that clove bud oil seemed to bring one of the new spreading patches to the surface and dry it out. I researched clove bud oil and sure enough it turns out to be one of the best fungus killers available. Result!

OK so far but leg and old infection must be dealt with. The skin had built layers and layers of protective covering and lumps so no wonder nothing would reach it. It had also been in a constant state of inflammation. I sandpapered in the bath before filling it with water which removed a few dusty layers but not enough.

So I got some bentonite clay and made a paste with ACV. Painted the complete leg thickly with this mix, wrapped it in cling film and left on for 24 hours. Stung like hell but I dealt with that by imagining each sting as a dermatophyte screaming and fighting for its life. Another one bites the dust. Fantastic result. All I had to do was take a smooth knife and scrape the skin off revealing for the first time the extent of the fungus. Oh boy! ACV soaked cotton wool rubbed in vigorously seems to have killed it off. The spots are dark red brownish so it looks pretty dead.

Back to the other leg and thighs! Tried rubbing clove oil all over instead of just on the outbreaks. That was a revelation. They are literally covered in fungus. The clove oil seems to bring to the surface fungus you don't know is there so you can see the extent of the actual infection. It seems to pretty much kill it as the rash it creates is rough to the touch and red at first.

Clove doesn't sting unless the skin is broken and then it's mild compared to ACV. When clove oil is absorbed after an hour or two I smother everything with Aloe Vera Gel. That is one of the only substances which penetrates to the hypodermis and so carries the clove oil with it. Fungus doesn't stand a chance LOL! When I can take more stinging I alternate with ACV spray just to keep things going! All out attack! To help the skin along I occasionally mix the aloe vera with coconut oil.

For the final stage I have ordered colloidal silver spray. Salt and vinegar in the bath first of course. Forever!!

I feel great because I know I have it licked. The inflammation in the leg has cooled off which means the skin's immune system doesn't have living fungus to deal with. Skin is gradually looking healthier.

Still a way to go but at least when I do get rid of it, it will be ALL of it with nothing left hidden and I will have new skin. I am 70 years old so that can't be bad.

The only thing I didn't learn here was the clove bud oil trick. I just happened to have some on hand and tried it. So thank you everybody for all the input and maybe my method might just help somebody else.

You are all terrific!

Ps I think I picked this up from a friend's dog who was chewing at his paw forever! He would leap into bed with me in the morning for a play session while I was on a three month visit a couple of years ago.

Maureen (London UK)

(Salt Spring Island)

I am trying Green clay, it's seems to take a while and uncover old infections. I have to be persistent, and patient, but maybe I'll see the end! 😊

Replied by Maria

Please, could you share how to do the oil mix? How much oil and essential oils drops do you mix? Ringworm is so common where I live. Thanks :)

Replied by Mama To Many

  • 4 Tablespoons carrier oil (olive, castor, coconut or a combination)
  • 1 teaspoon tea tree oil
  • 1 teaspoon lavender oil

~Mama to Many~

Anti-Fungal Diet

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Posted by Diane (Charlotte, Michigan) on 04/17/2009

I had ringworm all over my torso and upper arms. I tried all the cures I read about on this site. Finally, after 3 months of suffering and embarassment, I came across this site about anti-fungal diet. Between that and two weeks of using a topical antifungal cream..with Miconazole Nitrate 2% in it.. this was the only one that even began to work for me, I am clear!!!! I really believe the anti-fungal diet was what really did it for me, plus u automatically loose weight on it. I praise my Lord God above for leading me in that direction. You can get the antifungal diet online..its really just any meats, veggies(no potatos or legumes) and berries, green apples, grapefruit, nuts(no peanuts) no sugar (stevia only) and not much caffine. Hope this helps others.

Replied by Jas
(Allen, Tx)

Hello Diane, I have been a ringworm sufferer for about 7 years. I just wanted to know how long did you have to stay on your anti-fungal diet before you completely got rid of your ringworm? I'm going to try it..... I desperately need something internally in order to completely rid this plague. Thanks so much for all of your help! jas

Replied by Aly
(Somewhere, Us)

I have to disagree with the diet method as a cure for ringworm.

Miconazole Nitrate 2% is the medicine needed for ringworm that treated it. No diet changes necessary. I have had ringworm 4 times in less than a year. I kept my pop, coffee, fruit, vegetables (yes, even potatos), meats, and occassionally junk food. Mine still healed using ketaconazole (sp?) from the doctor. My friend eats healthier than me (less pop and junk food), had ringworm, no diet changes, got medicine, and it healed. I've had other friends have ringworm and done nothing to their diets just medicine and it still healed. We all have a lot of varying diets also. (None of us knew about this site yet or was interested in natural cures) So I really don't believe a diet change done it.

Jas, 7 years? Is it reoccuring? Once you get it once then you have to be ringworm free (no outbreaks, not even a spot) for 18 months before you're completely cured from it. I was told this by a doctor but I'm not sure how right she is. This may be why. If you try another remedy on here say jock itch cream, after you put it on cover it with gauze so it doesn't rub off on something/someone else and is can get into the infected area. When you're awake you can take it off but absolutely no touching it, even if it is itching. Do this about 2 times a day and you should see improvement. Also sunlight! The very natural cure to ringworm! But sunlight alone can take longer.

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(Lumberton, North Carolina)

What about when it's on your side? Can you give me a feedback?

Apple Cider Vinegar and a Penny

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Posted by Kraig (Phoenix) on 08/08/2017 12 posts

Soak a penny in apple cider vinegar for at least 30 minutes and place on ringworm. Cover with a cotton ball that has also been dipped in the vinegar and tape. Leave overnight. As a wrestling coach who sees this frequently, I've found this treatment to have the quickest results.

Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Oil

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Posted by Alex (Latin America) on 07/16/2017

Apple Cider Vinegar/Coconut oil for ringworm:

It's the only thing that made the fungus tingle, but it didn't cure it.

Drinking 2 table spoons of ACV with honey in a cup of water made the fungus look much drier.

Coconut oil rubbed directly into it made it seem less apparent, it also burnt more than any other thing that I have ever applied to it.

Also, I mixed coconut oil with borax (1:1 ratio with solidified coconut oil), the results were good but only temporary.

Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Oil
Posted by Klj (Culpeper, Va) on 06/27/2016

I have been using apple cider vinegar to treat ringworm on my leg. I tried lamisil, but it just seemed to make the area hot and more irritated. In addition I have used coconut oil. I apply the apple cider vinegar twice a day with a cotton swab...almost 4 ounces a day on an area about 4"x4". I apply coconut oil once a day in the evening to the area. I keep the area of my leg covered when out in the sun and working in the heat of the day. It is clearing up much more quickly than using the over the counter remedy.

Apple Cider Vinegar, Copper Penny

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Posted by Gardengirl (Gallatin, Tn) on 03/17/2012

I just wanted to share my cure for ringworms. Years back, I got a ringworm on the top of my hand and went to the doctor and got a lot of medicine. After about 2 more weeks, medicine wasn't helping, called my mother and she told me to take a penny and put it in Apple Cider Vinegar for about 1 day then put it on my hand about 2or3min. Put it back in Apple Cider Vinegar and repeat. I did that 4 times a day and the 3 day it was gone. I really think the vinegar releases the copper in the penny. Guess you need to use a old penny so you will get enough copper. Try it, it works!!!

Apple Cider Vinegar, Copper Penny
Posted by Cheylynmob (Plano, TX) on 06/04/2009

Apple Cider Vingar and a penny (copper).

I drenched a cotton swab in the apple cider vinegar and wet the penny with it also. I placed it on the ringworm located on my son's head and covered it with an extra large band-aid and additional medical tape because it has grown to be rather large. I let him go to bed with it on his head and the next morning, it had gone down tremendously! Today is day two and I'm anxious to see what it will look like later.

We had already tried bleach, Lamisil, prescribed Ketaconozole, and Griseofulvn. Nothing was working and it actually grew larger!

This is working. I'll use this method everytime.

Replied by Cheryl
(Petaluma, California)

I wanted to add to the post re: Ringworm Remedy with vinigar. My Mother treated my ringworm with apple cider vinigar and the penny has to be a brand new penny.

Another thing that works, you take unlined paper and it should be a very light weight paper, roll it very tight, put into a plate and burn it down so as to leave a oil in the plate. After this cools the oil is to be put onto the ringworm. Of course this was done to me in the early 1950's and I am sure the paper is not as good quality now as then.

Replied by Becky
(Orange Park, Fl)

I tried this and it totally worked! I would soak a penny in ACV and then bandaid over it to keep it in place for about 30 min. Then I would rinse with hydrogen peroxide, pat dry, and paint clear nail polish over it. After a week or so, I started applying aloe or coconut oil at night in addition to the aforementioned regimen. It did take a good 2 weeks or so but it's gone without having to spend a dime or use some toxic over the counter stuff. Earthclinic did it again!!! :D

Apple Cider Vinegar, L-Lysine

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Posted by pamela (cedar park, texas) on 01/20/2007

this is what i had happen with ringworm problems, i got it after i moved to texas from california, there were tons of new things here that was not where i use to live, humidity,' and probably other things i did not see write from the start, i had a big flea problem after the first month, got rid of them, on the pets, then i had tons of strange marks on my arms they finely left, because we have no health insurance, and i believe in all natural cures, i came to your site and a few other to see what would work and cheep , so i tried apple cider vingar, fungi med capsules, and fungrx they all fail, then i decide to try ted's fish store cure of copper sulfate , i thought surely this would work, well it did not work, at all it cause them to spreed all over the place and burn, itch and hurt allot, i could not sleep, or go anywhere for weeks, because of the pain, so i decided this was not going not work, at all, so i started over again, i purchased some apple cider vinegar extract capsules, they were 200 mg each, i took 6 a day, four times a day, them started using along with this L-Lysine tablets, i took 1000 mg, of this, three times a day, along with the vinagar tablets, and i am finely on the way of getting rid of this, its been close to 4 months now, and i am so pleased i figure out on my own how to finely get rid of this hard to cure problem, how they work is this way, vingar and L-Lysine are both acid, its goes into your blood stream ,and will make anything die that is a virus, i take the L-Lysine when ever i feel a cold sore, coming on a friend of mine told me this would work, and for the past 20 years i have used it, and in two days its gone, but you need to take it right away, to get it gone, asap, it did not dawn on me that this would work, until i saw it look like i was now getting shingles, on top of this rinworm, this climate is hard to adjust to, at a older age, thats why i am having so many problems with these things here. hope this helps these products are very cheap, the apple cider vinagar tablets are only around 4.99 for a bottle of 240 capsules the L-Lysine at 500 to 1000 mg are around between 5 to 10 dollars for 100 tablets.

Apple Cider Vinegar, MMS

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Posted by Kk (Los Angeles) on 10/02/2017

Ringworm: ACV has also worked well for me in combination with MMS foot baths. I had it on my feet. Use 20 drops MMS to 20 drops citric acid, wait until it mixes properly (dark brown) and then add it to a bowl you can soak your foot in, once a day for 10-15 minutes. Try to get the water hot, without burning yourself of course. If you have it on your body you can also take a bath (use 30 drops instead). Or you can apply it as a spray (use 10 drops in 1/2 cup water). For very severe cases where nothing seems to be working MMS might just come in very handy. It's very affordable.

ALWAYS use MMS diluted with water, never by itself.

Apple Cider Vinegar, Tea Tree Oil

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Posted by Natasha (Chicago, Il) on 03/20/2012

First I want to start off by saying this is the first site I came too for a cure for my ringworm almost a year ago and I am now ringworm free thank god and AVC!! I had my ringworm since june 2011 and I went to see my doc two days ago and my ringworm is finally gone!!! Yaaaay anywho if anyone is going through the same this is what I did, (1) wash ringworm (2) put tea tree oil for at least two hours (3) wash again then put rubbing alcohol on wait until it dries then put AVC ON A PAPER TOWEL MAKE SURE ITS SOAKED!! Put a sock over it, it might burn a little and let sit for a hour or two and if it dries put more AVC, It took a while for it to go away but it worked and make sure to use it 2wks after its gone! I don't know how long it's been gone because I thought I still had it because I now have eczema where my ringworm was But I can deal with that instead of a nasty ringworm;-) GOOD LUCK I HOPE THIS HELPS.

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Posted by Matthew (Berkeley, Ca) on 03/02/2010

I feel so lucky to have found this website! I had a nasty patch of ringworm that was getting out of control since I thought it was some sort of weird bug bite and was doing nothing for it except worrying. After a month of it getting larger and itchier, my friend finally diagnosed it as ringworm and found this website for me. What a Godsend! I immediately soaked a folded paper towel with Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)and layed it on the area. There was an immediate reaction and I could tell it was killing the ringworm fungus. The itching was gone almost instantaneously. I repeatedly kept the paper towel wet with ACV for a couple hours, then I lightly wet a large bandage with Tea Tree Oil, placed it on the sore and went to bed. I did the same thing the next night, only that time it really stung because the patch was all opened up and blister-y. Tea Tree bandage again, which also hurts. But those two treatments completely turned it around and its almost all healed less than a week later!! I've also been dabbing tea tree on it as it's healing, and I've been drinking little shots (1/2 oz.)of the ACV twice a day as well. All in all, this was an amazingly effective treatment and a real no-brainer (also completely natural and non-toxic!). I hope this info may help someone else. ACV goes to work immedietly and seems to kill ringworm on contact!!!

Replied by Gina
(Dover, De)

Thank you so much for sharing! I too had a nasty patch as I didn't know what it was for about a week. I first tried OTC but they weren't controlling itch, nor did they seem to help with spreading. So I found this and I'm so glad I did. The tea tree helped with the itch right away. When I was able to do the ACV application, I cleaned the area (my neck! ) thoroughly. Because it was on an add location, I couldn't let the ACV sit, so I applied it with a cotton round every 10 mins or so for an hour. Then washed again and did tea tree immediately and as necessary. Did the ACV 2x/day. In one day, the difference was dramatic and I can tell its not spreading. Thank you again!!!

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Posted by Ronda (Platte Center, United States) on 12/20/2007

my grand daughter picked up ringworm from her cat about a month ago we dabbed on her ringworm with a cotton ball straight apple cider vinegar then a drop of tea tree oil did this for 3 days and it was gone-I swear to God and hers outbreak was pretty bad a lg blotch on her chin and upper leg all ring worm is gone and the total cost was under $5.00

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Posted by Susan (USA) on 09/23/2007

i hate ringworm from fort lauderdale, usa writes: "Try this if u want to save a couple hundreds of dollars. Apple Cider Vinager and Tea tree oil. Use a cotton ball,pour ACV on the cotton ball press and hold to that area for a couple of mins. Then, use a brand new cotton ball , pour about 15 drops of Tea Tree oil on the cotton ball, press and hold to the area for five mins. Continue to do this for two weeks. These two household items are magic stuff. Good luck folks.....

Apple Cider Vinegar, Turmeric

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Posted by Sabrina N. (Roswell, Ga) on 03/21/2018

ACV and turmeric cured my ringworm

After using Lotrimin for ringworm for 2 weeks, I was desperate to try something else as it wasn't working. I came here and saw to use ACV. It was dried up within a day. It was still visible, but it was obvious it was on its way out. It continued to dry and disappear from that point on. I mixed it with turmeric to make a paste. Covered it with a bandaid for one hour. That was it. I didn't have to treat it again.