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Managing Fungal Infection with Food Based and/or reliable, accessible natural cures?
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Managing Fungal Infection with Food Based and/or reliable, accessible natural cures?

Hello All,

I keep returning to this curezone forum hoping to see other regulars who are overcoming fungal infections naturally. Instead I see folks discussing various products or devices that worked! in a week!

I have had athletes foot for maybe 12 years and have tried many topical creams and UT, inconsistently and without results. The foot fungus has grown.

Over four years ago I sat on in infected surface for an extended period of time and acquired ringworm which is worse than the AF, which is already bad. The past several months, the ringworm has expanded dramatically. I seem to have great difficulty, it seems impossible for me to overcome fungus!!!!

By 2007 after prolonged trauma working on an organic farm I developed an adrenal fatigue (AF) problem which has made coping with daily challenges and physical exertion nowadays very difficult. I understand that AF may be the result of candida due to excess copper in my system or something like that.

My concern is that I lack an income, my skin infection has progressed many times its original size, I have tried taking garlic capsules which didnt work , I tend to get really moody taking multiple vitamins (My boyfriend and myself find it unbearable when too many vitamins make me overly irritable since we had to deal with that for the first two years of our relationship with AF). So, it seems taking supplements that I know of may be out of the questions.

I have been applying clay topically, and that has actually made the crevices of my skin vulnerable to being painlessly scratched off and bleeding, even with the lightest of abrasion, so now I am wary of clay where it is naturally moist. I am now trying UT though the smell is pretty offensive. I have the book Your Own Perfect Medicine by Martha Christie, I think?, which makes UT seem a viable option, maybe the only one?

Another difficulty I have is being consistent about these treatments.

Lately I have been entertaining going to an MD yet I would be unable to afford any medications. Which brings me back to natural cures.

If anyone has concrete ideas that relate to my condition, I would be glad to hear your feedback.

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