Re: Recommend anything powerful to kill fungus in toe nails? (Neat TeaTree oil has failed!)



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Rich Andrews

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"Leanne" <[email protected]> wrote in
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> I have been investigating the principles of homoeopathy lately and while
> it challenges all my mainstream views on modern medicine I have begun to
> see miraculous results from it. The principle seems to be based upon
> the idea of not supressing the problem because if you treat the symptoms
> you are in actual fact forcing the infection/problem to resort to other
> means of surfacing. In essence the infection is simply the "messenger"
> of perhaps a more serious problem... so instead of addressing the
> symptoms, may I suggest a visit to a naturopath or homoeopath in an
> effort to cure the cause rather than merely the symptoms.
>
>
> "DJ Bromley" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>> "Graham Sorenson" <[email protected]> wrote in
>> message

> news:<[email protected]>...
>> > >

>> This might be an option for you:
>>
>> "The Prescription for Nutritional Healing" recommends soaking the
>> affected nails twice a day for 15 minutes in a mixture of Pau d'arco
>> and Goldenseal in very hot water. Also, Colloidal Silver is a natural
>> antibacterial antifungal. You may apply with a swab or spray on the
>> toenail and get under the nail where possible.
>>
>> As the infected tissue under the nail dies and loses feeling, keep
>> cutting the nail back and clean the dead tissue from under the nail as
>> thoroughly and as often as you can. In time, there may be little nail
>> left. When you begin to see new nail, let it grow out but continue the
>> treatment until the nail is completely re-grown. Since toenails grow
>> so slowly (slower than fingernails), the complete process will
>> probably take a year or more. However, this would be true even if you
>> used the usual drug approach.
>>
>> Lactobacilli taken internally is a beneficial bacteria needed to
>> inhibit bad bacteria and fungus. The lack of sufficient friendly
>> bacteria in the body can result in the growth of fungus under and
>> around nails.
>>
>> Hope this helps,
>> DJ Bromley
>> www.naturegem.com

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