Saturday, April 12, 2014



This infection burn seems to appear suddenly and you wonder where they come from. Fungus and bacteria are natural part of the environment and they thriven any dark. Damp atmosphere.

A fungus can infect almost any part of the body, particularly the skin, the vagina, between the toes or underneath of nails.

Such infection is often evident by moist red patches on the body and if the infection is vaginal, a cheesy discharge will present.

  • Keep all body parts clean and dry, paying particular attention to area where fungi can take hold, such as between the toes or underneath the nails for those who are wearing artificial nail.
  • Anyone with a vaginal infection should wear underwear with a cotton gusset and avoid tight fitting clothing, such as stretch pants and jeans.
  • For infection nails, soak the nail daily in a solution of warm water with a few drops of liquid bleach added and dry thoroughly.
  • If wearing artificial nails, they should be removed immediately.
  • To treat fungus on the skin, apply honey to the area of skin with crushed garlic cloves. Repeat daily until the area of skin returns to normal.
  • Avoid dairy products.
  • Take acidophilus tablets to provide friendly bacteria combat the fungi.
  • Take 3 to 5 garlic capsules daily to neutralize fungi.