Toenail Fungus Remedy
This package consists of 96 capsules of Kalmegh to eradicate the fungal spores in the body and a four ounce bottle of medicated oil to put on the toenails every day.
After putting the oil over the toenails, cover with socks. These are the herbs in the dropper bottle of Castor and Sesame oil. As the fungus dies off, clip the toenails so that the oil can reach further into the infected nail. Clean the clippers with alcohol afterwards.
Kalmegh This study confirms its use to prevent fungus and mold in the body. http://japsonline.com/admin/php/uploads/633_pdf.pdf
This study looks into at its effectiveness at killing the fungus, fusarium oxysporum. http://japsonline.com/admin/php/uploads/633_pdf.pdf.
This research project shows kalmegh (andrographis) to be successful in reducing mold.
Neem. This study shows that neem is an fungicide. https://www.nap.edu/read/1924/chapter/8 It combats
- Trichophyton—an "athlete's foot" fungus that infects hair, skin, and nails;
- Epidermophyton—a "ringworm" that invades both skin and nails of the feet;
- Microsporum—a ringworm that invades hair, skin, and (rarely) nails;
- Trichosporon—a fungus of the intestinal tract;
- Geotrichum—a yeast like fungus that causes infections of the bronchi, lungs, and mucous membranes; and
- Candida—a yeast like fungus that is part of the normal mucous flora but can get out of control, leading to lesions in mouth (thrush), vagina, skin, hands, and lungs.
"Fungal nail infections, also known as “onychomycosis,” are very common. They may affect up to 14% of the general population. Fungal toenail infections are more common than fungal fingernail infections... some people may experience pain or be bothered by the appearance of their nails.
Fungal nail infections may cause nails to become discolored, thick, fragile, or cracked. The nail may also become separated from the nail bed.
People who have fungal toenail infections often have a fungal skin infection on the foot, especially between the toes (commonly called athlete’s foot, ringworm on the foot, or tinea pedis)." https://www.cdc.gov/fungal/nail-infections.html
"Fungal infections affect approximately 25 percent of the world’s population, and Trichophyton rubrum is usually the species to blame. People can pick up this infection by walking barefoot around swimming pools, showers or locker rooms, or by sharing personal items such as towels or nail clippers. Though there are plenty of over-the-counter powders and ointments along with prescription anti-fungal drugs on the market, most keep the infection at bay but don’t clear it. The infection is notoriously difficult to cure, and recent evidence suggests it may often be drug-resistant." https://today.duke.edu/2018/02/toenail-fungus-gives-sex-infect-human-hosts