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Hint on treating nail fungus:

Nail fungus is hard to treat and typically requires 4 to 8 weeks to see the results.  You must stay at it and typically apply topical applications 3 to 4 times per day.  There is a product called Urea to aid you in topical treatment, and used with essential oils to work better and faster on the  problem nail/s.  A 20 percent Urea cream is available at any health food store, it softens the nail to expedite penetration of essential oils or drug preparations.  Top essentials oils that work real well to knock-out nail fungus are Thieves, Melrose (a blend of melaleuca or tea tree oils), Oregano and Thyme.  It is a good idea to rotate a couple of different oils to get broad-spectrum coverage.

As a preventative remedy, you may want to spray Thieves oil into your shoes, or rub tea tree, oregano or thyme oils into the toe area.   A foot powder can be made mixing the essential oils with powdered clay.  Avoid synthetic socks, cotton or wool socks keep moisture away from your foot.  Keep your nails trimmed down.  Treat any signs of fungus or athlete’s foot, peeling or cracking skin between the toes or on the bottom of your feet, before it migrates to the nails.  

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