Homemade recipes to eliminate chilblains in 1 day!

Chilblains are a fungal infection that usually develops in warm, humid places. The fungus, Tinea pedis, grows between the toes, on the tops of the feet, toenails and between the toes. White, scaly lumps and redness are indicative of the fungus. The symptoms of Chilblains  can include itching, burning and stinging.

Frieira  fungus frequents public showers and changing rooms, indoor pools and gyms, and is very contagious. Come into contact with shoes or socks that contain mold, damp floors or exercise equipment (remember you can also live between your toes) the virus can spread.

Home remedies to get rid of chilblains:

While prevention is always the best medicine, it is certainly not a test of failure. If you have itchy feet, here are some natural remedies that can help with Chilblains .

1. Add 40 drops of organic tea tree oil to a foot bath and soak your feet for 10 minutes. After thoroughly wetting and drying your feet, massage a few drops of oil directly onto the affected area. Tea tree oil has properties that will help to destroy the fungus in heavily infested areas and prevent it from spreading to unaffected areas.

2. Soak your feet in 2 tablespoons of glass Himalayan salt and ½ cup of apple cider vinegar mixed with a little hot water. This creates a very acidic environment in which the fungus cannot live. You can also spray your feet or wipe them with a cloth soaked in this solution after showering, just make sure they are completely dry afterwards. You can also clean the insides of shoes and sandals to help prevent fungus from clinging there.

3. Make your feet smellier by placing slices of fresh garlic, or some crushed garlic, between your toes and leaving them there throughout the day. You can also add garlic to the foods you eat or take a garlic supplement with the same effect, it may just take a little longer.

4. Using ozonized olive oil can also help with athlete’s foot. Use the paste to sample clean, dry feet every morning and night. This should clear the fungus within approximately two to four days and can be used as a preventative measure against future outbreaks.

5. Sprinkle your toes with some organic cornstarch or baking soda before putting on your socks in the morning. Cornstarch / baking soda will help soak up the moisture, but I can’t stop the itch. Baking soda on the skin also helps soak up some of that not-so-pleasant sweat.

6. Make a tea of ​​4 ounces of oregano leaves and enough water to cover your feet. Soak your feet 2-3 times a day in this mixture. I’ve read that you can reuse this tea for a week, but I recommend making it fresh every day so you know you’re starting with the mushroom-free tea.

7. Virgin coconut oil has anti-fungal properties and can be applied directly to the feet. Rub generously onto clean, dry feet with a cotton ball twice a day.

8. Colloidal silver is another common remedy for athlete’s foot. Spray or apply to feet and let dry completely. Alternatively, you can spray and leave the silver on your feet overnight.

9. Organic neem oil, sometimes used as a pesticide, is another all-natural oil that is toxic to harmful organisms. Apply to clean, dry feet with a cotton ball before taking care of your business.

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10. You can also use organic ginger, just an ounce of fresh chopped ginger added to a cup of boiling water and let it boil for 20 minutes. Once cooled, they are applied twice a day to cleanse the feet. Ginger is a strong anti-fungal, and your feet will smell nice and spicy.

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