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My garlic cure for ringworm


I had a "ring" of ringworm on my wrist for about 6 months. It was expanding in circumference very slowly. My doctor said it was allergies (I didn't believe him). I showed it to my Russian Herbalist, who identified it as ringworm. It was a ring of little red bumps, the inner part of the ring appearing healthy. I probably got it playing with my dog who tends to grab my wrist with his mouth and paw, trying to get a toy from me.

As ringworm is actually a fungus and not a worm, I tried topical antifungals such as Lotrimin, but I got numb from it on my arm because of my chemical sensitivity. Then I tried Neem Oil, and then Tea Tree Oil. No impact.

Then I got a large bunion pad, placed it around the ring, pressed a small garlic clove into the hole in the bunion pad, added a couple drops of oregano oil, and covered it with a bandaid. I left this on about 6 hours the first day, and about 2 hours the second day. The next day I took it off. A blister formed. After the blister healed, the ringworm was gone!

Later I got another small infection on my knee, it wasn't ringworm this time. I tried the same remedy, only leaving the garlic pad on 2 hours for day one, and 2 hours for day two. No blister this time, and it still worked.

 

 
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