Effective treatment of fungus (fungal infections) of the skin, toes, nails and other body parts

Symptoms, causes and treatment of fungus (fungal infections)
Moist, possibly itchy, red patches on the skin, mucous membranes, under the nails, between the toes, or on internal surfaces of the colon, vagina or throat.

Causes
Fungal infections grow most frequently in moist, hot areas on the skin, especially in crevices where the skin touches skin or nails and on the surfaces of the colon, vagina or throat: Athlete’s foot occurs between the toes, Candida in the throat or colon. Ringworm, also known as tinea infection, is a fungal infection of the skin or scalp.

If, while treating the fungal infection, you develop symptoms of a worse infection (such as increased redness and swelling or fever) you may have contracted a bacterial infection-in addition to the fungal infection.

Proper diet to eat while treating the infection
1.Eat a nourishing diet of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts. While treating the infection, a diet primarily of raw food is best.

2.Avoid tobacco, alcohol, caffeine. Do not eat meat or dairy products. Avoid sugary, fried and processed foods. Eat nothing greasy.

Useful and helpful herbs to be used both internally and externally to treat the infection.
1.Goldenseal contains berberine, which destroys fungi. It can be used against every type of fungus infection. It can be used in a drink or typically applied. Only use goldenseal for a week; then switch, for a time, to another fungicide herb.

2.Pau d’arco is strongly antifungal. Drink 3 cups daily.

3.Bloodroot also contain berberine and has been shown to be quite effective as a fungicide.

4.Yellowroot, barberry and Oregon grape also contain berberine.

5.Tea tree oil is excellent when applied externally, but do not drink it. Apply it several times a day to the affected area, either full strength or diluted with little distilled water or cold-pressed oil. Black walnut extract can also be used.

6.A powerful anti-fungicide is wild oregano oil. The most resistant forms of fungus infection can generally be eliminated by it.

7.The pepper tree (horopito) is a New Zealand shrub which contains polygodial; this is useful against both fungi and bacteria. Another antifungal herb is the Licaria puchuri-major, a Brazilian plant.

8.Research studies have found that raw garlic inhibited every type of fungal infection it was applied to.

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