Are your itchy toes driving you crazy? This article tells you how to stop Athlete’s foot and stop your foot itching for good. It is possible to cure your itchy foot with the following natural cure for Athlete’s Foot.
I recently had Athlete’s Feet/toe fungus (whatever you want to call it) and discovered a quick & easy natural Athlete Foot remedy.
What is Athlete’s Foot?
- The most common is the between the toes (most often the fourth and fifth toes) and is accompanied by peeling or cracked skin with burning and itching. Tight shoes and socks with a warm, damp environment enables the fungus.
- Trichophyton rubrum fungus causes moccasin type athlete’s foot. In this case it usually begins with soreness of the feet then the sole of the foot can become dry, thick, and scaly. In difficult cases the infection can move to the toenails.
- The least common, known as “jungle rot” is caused by the fungus Trichophyton mentagrophytes. Symptoms include a sudden development of liquid filled blisters commonly on the bottom of the foot but may also be on the top. Secondary reactions to the fungus can cause a wave of blisters elsewhere on the body, arm, chest, sides, or fingers.
In any of the three types of athlete’s foot, especially if the fungal infection causes open sores, an added complication of a simultaneous bacterial infection may occur.
How do you get Athlete’s Foot?
This is kind of a gross subject but the more I research it and talk to others, the more prevalent I find it is (just no one wants to talk about it). While it is possible to contact this from outside sources, such as from walking barefoot in a locker, wearing tight shoes that are warm and damp, etc. I know this is not how I got it and I really don’t think this is how most people get it.
What is the REAL Cause of Athlete’s Foot?
I have been battling a Candiasis system-wide overgrowth for some time. I’ve had a really hard fighting it on my own. I would do all the things to get rid of Candiasis but the symptoms would subside for a while and then come back worse than ever. I had finally gotten some of my other symptoms, like bladder infection, fatigue and brain fog about half way better with some supplements, then we started doing NAET treatments on it. I think what happened is that it’s been dormant for several years giving me problems but no immediate symptoms. That is until we woke it up with NAET treatments. All of a sudden my body started fighting it and the fungus/yeast got mad and started fighting back. My symptoms got really bad for a few days, including my toe fungus/Athlete’s Foot. It came on suddenly over the course of a day or two and got really bad really fast and was driving me crazy. So all this is to say that: Athlete’s Foot is almost always caused by Candiasis, which a yeast/mold overgrowth in your body. You can read more about Candiasis and all the symptoms and cause of it here. It is estimated that the vast majority of American have Candiasis and have no idea. Some of the major symptoms that I experienced from it are: craving sugar and carbs, unexplained weight gain, infertility, food allergies, Athlete’s Foot, bladder infection, yeast infection, an outdoor allergy to fungus, brain fog and fatigue. Yuck, yuck, yuck!
So what’s my point? If you want to permanently get rid of your foot fungus, you need to get all that bad Candida out of your body.
How Did I Treat My Athlete’s Foot?
The burning and itching between my small toes and on top of my big toes was driving me crazy. I couldn’t sleep and I could barely walk after two days. I tried several things but nothing worked. They were all too long-term and I needed something to help immediately so I could get to sleep. Then I remembered that I had Redmond Clay. I figured it was worth a try. So I got my tube of pre-made clay out and put some on my foot. I can’t tell you how good it felt. It was instantly cool and not itchy. But it didn’t last long because it dried out. Once it dries out it doesn’t work any more. So I did this routine for 2-3 days and it worked great:
- In the morning, clean off your foot and air them off as best as possible (but don’t walk around barefoot). They will be really pruny when you first take the saran wrap off.
- You need to do something to help with the burning and itching during the day so find your favorite doTERRA essential oil for Athlete’s Foot. Wear sandals if you can or do something like wear your shoes to go to work then take them off while you are sitting at your desk. During the day, put some doTERRA Essential Oils directly on the problem areas several times a day. Here are the oils I recommend.
- Repeat this routine for a few days and you’ll end up trying Redmond Clay for other things when you realize how great it is. In fact, if you want to learn more about Redmond Clay and all the other things it can do, please read here.
- Next, once you get the symptoms taken care of, treat the CAUSE – Candiasis
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