Use Garlic to cure you athletes foot

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Athlete’s foot also known as tinea pedis, is the infection of fungus.

Painful sores in between toes that keeps on recurring has been a long time problem specially for athletes. These sores are caused by fungus that prefers to stay in cool damp areas like your shoes, shower areas, locker floors and pool decks.

For this fungus, your toes are the prime real estate. This dwellers cause a lot of painful trouble that keeps on recurring even after medication.  Here are some amazing ways to try for relief and cure of this foot.

Did you know that your favorite yogurt can be good to relief your athletes foot? Yes, the same creamy, sour sweet dessert with live lactobacillus can work wonders to alleviate the pain. Just dab a little of the cream as often as you need.

It can help soothe the pain. For potential cure, garlic is one of tgahe potent fungal killer. There are available garlic oils that you can apply to the affected area each night.

Be aware though that your partner may not like the smell of garlic in bed, thus, you may wear socks after applying the solution. The raw garlic can also be taken orally with water.

Eat 4 to 6 small cloves of garlic each day and just bear the disgust from friends and loved ones when they come near you. Surely, you will smell of garlic everywhere you go, and not everyone likes it.

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Garlic is very effective to kill bacteria. But not everybody can tolerate its strong smell.

If eating raw garlic can’t be for you, try to buy the gelatin or capsule form. Take 4 to 8 capsules a day in 3 divided doses. Continues for 4 to 6 months or as long as you like, to ward off infection.

 

Of course if you or your love one can tolerate the strong garlic smell everywhere.

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  1. [...] Always use a clean socks and shoes all the time to avoid fungus formation that can cause bad foot odor. If your shoes and socks are wet, you can change it or let  it dry before using it. Some issues of foot bad odor are when you borrow shoes from other people or you let your shoes borrowed by others, too. Also try to prevent athlete foot. [...]

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