The fungus under the nail makes a bio-film around itself by secreting a waxy substance and pushing all of its dead cells to the outside of the film.
This film can be broken down by either soaking your feet or hands in Epsom salts or salt water or a mixture of the two.
Add 50ml salt and 50ml Epsom salts to a basin of 2-3 litres of warm water. Soak your feet or hands for about 10 minutes and then scrape out as much as possible with a metal nail file to get rid of the fungus under nails.
After each salt water/ Epsom Salt treatment, soak the feet in colloidal silver or at least apply some Silverlab Healing Gel to the nails. Apply the gel at least 5 times per week, if not every day.
Do this once a week for 3 months or at least until the nail has grown out.
Another nail fungus treatment which works quite well is using a finger-cot. This looks like a miniature condom and is available in different sizes.
Get one that won’t fall off, but also won’t constrict the blood flow. Take a pea-size piece of cotton wool, drop it into the finger-cot and add 3-5 ml Silverlab Liquid.
Pull this over the finger or toe before going to bed. This will keep the liquid in contact with the fungus for a few hours at a time. Continue doing this 2-3 times per week for 3 months in order to get rid of the fungus under nails, or until the nail grows out.
Be patient with this condition; just keep treating until it is gone!
Walking regularly in sea water is just as beneficial.
Fungi in the Big Toenail
Fungus under nails, especially under the big toenail, could be a sign that you have Candida. Echinacea tablets. [2×2][6 days a week] to kill fungi in blood; spray the nail with colloidal silver as often as possible.
[Natural Health Tips 2012 Jan J. Lategan pg.58]
Excerpts from Jan J. Lategan’s book, “Natural Health Tips”. Click here to find out where to order the book.
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