Athlete's Foot Health Topic
Learn More About Athlete's Foot
Athlete's foot is a fungal infection of the skin of the feet, which can also involve reactions by the feet and skin to toxins produced by candida/fungus overgrowth mainly found in the digestive tract. Antifungal solution: 1 tablespoon of coconut oil with 5 drops or more of one of one of these oils - or use a combination): 1) tea tree oil, 2) oil of oregano, 3) garlic oil, and 4) clove oil.
Many over-the-counter medications used to treat athlete's foot just weaken it, then rely on the body's immune system to kill it. Sometimes people who have had antibiotics contract athlete's foot. The antibiotics can compromise the immune system by killing the good bacteria with the bad, leaving the person susceptible to infection. Since athlete's foot is a fungus infection, we suggest boosting your immune system.
Gives instructions on making a garlic / oil mixture to apply to the problem area.
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