✓ Sunflower Oil
Sunflower oil is made from the pressed seeds of sunflowers. It has been shown for a long time that this oil can help to get rid of athlete’s foot for being an antifungal medicine. You can apply the oil to your feet or taking it by mouth.
✓ Green Tea
In Chinese Medicine, green tea (or Matcha) is used to get rid of the fungus. The normal way to use it, is soaking the feet every day in green tea (for a couple of months) to notice less symptoms like peeling and redness. Chinese healers say that nutrients in green tea, called polyphenols, have antifungal powers.
Green Tea | Green Tea Powder
✓ Tea Tree
People have used tea tree oil as a home remedy for centuries. This oil, that comes from the leaves of a tree that grows in Australia, has been shown to kill bacteria and fungus. Aboriginal people say it reduces the itching, scaling, swelling, and burning of athlete’s foot.
You can apply it twice a day on the affected area.
Tea Tree Essential Oil
✓ Bitter Orange
Bitter Orange has been used for years by people who live in the Amazon Rainforest. Old indians use bitter orange oil as a natural fungus fighter in case of athlete’s foot, ringworm and jock itch. You can applied a watered down form of bitter orange oil to your feet three times each day, the fungus cleared up after a week or two.
Bitter Orange Essential Oil
Indian Ayurvedic medicine has been using neem for centuries for its antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties. For example they used it as a powerful remedy to kill the fungus causing athlete’s foot. This oil is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E, fatty acids, carotenoids,… among others. You can apply the neem oil, or extract, directly to the affected area a few times a day, massaging it into the skin.
Neem Oil | Neem Extract Powder
Garlic has been used for generations to treat as an effective topical treatment for athlete’s foot, most of all thanks to its derived compound known as ajoene. Garlic cloves can be finely crushed and steeped into water or, easier, you can mix garlic powder into water to have an antifungal treatment.
Ķiploku pulveris | Nogatavināti ķiploki