Toenail Fungus Treatments That Work And Those Which Do Not
I'm sure you've already spent months trying to figure this out. That is alright.
I've spent years. And you know what? I'm going to provide the information to you
for free. Why? Because Lamisil is deadly and I'm tired of hearing/seeing/reading
about all the bunk remedies out there that do not work.
Toenail Fungus Treatments That DON'T work
Vick's vapor rub - this may be effective if on infant toenails and in only the
mildest of cases. I'm not impressed with it though.
Tea Tree Oil - alone it is garbage. If it is mixed with another ingredient, it
will be more effective in the beginning stages. Look below.
Topical creams, oils, lotions in pharmacies and drugstores - crap. They may
claim to work but they do not. Save your money. Read the fine print. Even if it
is called Toenail Fungus Blaster, the back of the package will read, 'not for
toenail fungus.' Go to there and read yourself - I'm serious!
Copper ionotophoresis - forget it. All you are doing is driving toxic copper
into your bloodstream. Plus, it is costly.
you're talking about $1500 plus for enough Lamisil to effectively treat fungus
Toenail Fungus Treatments That Work
Now do not get all excited. It takes commitment on your part to get an effective
treatment. More often than not, a month of daily effort is needed to rid yourself
of the toenail fungus. It is also a matter of severity. If your toenail fungus is
so bad that your nails are 1/4 inch thick and curling, you will need to have them
I will provide the effective toenail fungus treatments in order of most severe
to least severe: Surgical removal of nail : Lamisil : Acidophilis Beer Soak :
DMSO/Tea Tree : Vicks.
Surgical Removal of Toenail Fungus: This is the worst case scenario obviously.
If you toenails are so thickened and curling, it is nearly impossible to
effectively treat these nails with anything. You can try the other treatments I
suggest but the likelihood of success may not be what you want.
Lamisil: This stuff is not just extremely expensive. It is extremely hepatotoxic
- liver damaging. I took it as I didn't know about the other treatments. I didn't
need surgery as the toenail fungus wasn't so gnarly but Vick's didn't work and Tea
Tree oil didn't work. So while in Russia, I bought up enough Lamisil to fix me up
and swallowed it for 2 months daily. Ouch. Luckily I only paid about $125 for the Lamisil.
Here in the USA you are talking about $1500 dollars plus for enough Lamisil to
effectively treat the fungus. That hurts - especially when insurance doesn't
cover it. What else hurts is one's liver. The metabolites of Lamisil are truely
damaging to the liver so I recommend talking with a trained Naturopathic physician
about how to repair your liver during and after the Lamisil treatment. Luckily,
the liver is one tough organ. Did you know that you can lop off 1/3rd of your
liver and it will grow back!?! Truely.