Nail fungus is a common state that starts as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your fingernail or toenail. As the infection goes deeper, the fungus may also cause the nail to change color, thicken, and crumble at the edge. The fungus can affect several nails at the same time.
The fungus can develop from blood vessel diseases, diabetes, being overweight, a weak immune system, and even from nail building.
The high frequency of the disease is related to a moist environment around the nail as a result of sweating, wearing closed shoes for long periods of time (athlete’s foot), and touching public areas with your bare feet. The less fun part: it’s contagious!
Soak your feet for approximately 15 minutes in warm water and then cut the infected nail as much as possible, if possible, to expose the fungus.
After a shower, dry the nail with a hairdryer as the fungus needs humidity in order to develop.
Take DMSO in its basic form (comes as a gel) and drip iodine into it, mix until the gel turns brown/purple and cannot absorb anymore. It is very important to do this in a glass container, as the DMSO can react with metal and plastic. Wash your foot at night before going to sleep and apply the DMSO while massaging around the nail and where the nail meets the skin (using a Q-tip and clean hands).
Oregano oil: In the morning after washing the foot, drop 1-2 drops of oregano oil on the nail.
Dough and yeast encourage the fungus so reduce it from your diet as much as possible.