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Medic for Athlete’s Foot

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9. Onion


Onion has antifungal, antibiotic as well as anti-inflammatory properties that help treat athlete’s foot. Onion can effectively kill the fungus and prevent it from spreading.

  1. Grind two onions and strain the juice with the help of a strainer.
  2. Wash the affected area with an antifungal soap, and then apply the juice on the area.
  3. Leave it on for half an hour.
  4. Wash the area with lukewarm water and pat dry.
  5. Apply talcum powder to keep the area moisture free.

Follow this remedy twice a day for at least a month to see positive results.


10. Baking Soda

baking soda

Baking soda can also be used to cure athlete’s foot. It helps get rid of moisture in the feet and neutralize the pH level of the skin.

  • Add a little water to one tablespoon of baking soda to make a paste. Rub the paste between the toes. Leave it on for a few minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water and thoroughly dry your feet. Follow this remedy two or three times a day for several weeks to prevent the fungus from spreading.
  • Also, sprinkle some baking soda into your shoes and socks everyday to absorb moisture and prevent recurrence of the fungal infection. Do this for about three weeks for best results.

These home remedies will facilitate as well as speed up the healing process. However, you need to give home treatments at least three weeks to work. If the symptoms get worse, see a doctor.



Medic for Athlete’s Foot was last modified: August 13th, 2018 by Top10HomeRemedies
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5 thoughts on “Medic for Athlete’s Foot”

  1. Thank you for the information, what else I learned would help besides alkalizing the body but topically is Vics vapor rub. Weird huh? works though, on a topical level but changing the acidic level in the body is better.

  2. Castor oil applied between the toes (after washing and drying the feet) eliminates athlete’s foot completely! Do this for a week or as long as needed as many times daily as necessary. Wear socks with your shoes. Any shoes that were worn without socks, wash them out but be prepared to throw them out. The fungus will continue to live in some types of shoes, sorry to say.

  3. I wanted to post because I spent HOURS researching this. I had a mild to moderate case of moccasin athletes foot on the bottom of my foot that was worsening and becoming extremely dried out with over the counter creams. I’ve almost completely cleared it in two weeks doing the following: daily foot soak of warm water (as hot as I can stand) with organic apple cider vinegar (with the mother/ unfiltered) and hydrogen peroxide mixed in. I haven’t been measuring, but I use a good pour of both. I’ve then been covering the affected area in Vicks and putting socks on at night. I also put a thin coating of Vicks on before putting my socks on during the day. I use a scrubbing brush in the shower as well. There’s almost no sign of athletes foot left and I will continue treatment for a few weeks just to be safe. This worked for me after months of using drug store remedies.

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