Toe Nail Fungus Vinegar Treatment
Have you tried the nail fungus vinegar treatment? Many have claimed that vinegar can also help prevent or heal heart disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, aging-related ailments, and a host of other conditions.
Apple cider vinegar is a natural product. It is made from the fermentation of apple juice to hard apple cider followed by a second fermentation to apple cider vinegar. Those who have faith in apple cider vinegar as a wide-ranging cure contend that vinegar is rich in minerals and vitamins, including calcium, potassium, and beta-carotene; complex carbohydrates and fiber, including the soluble fiber pectin; amino acids (the building blocks of protein); beneficial enzymes; and acetic acid. Both distilled vinegar and apple cider vinegar includes acetic acid. Acetic acid is used commercially as a spray-on preservative for livestock feed to discourage bacteria and fungal growth.
Regarding the nail fungus vinegar treatment, some claim that by soaking the feet with a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water, it will cure toenail fungus if used for many months. Whether acetic acid kills or just discourages new nail fungus growth can be debated. One of the challenges with this remedy is that in order to create an acidic balance deep within the toenail, one has to soak the foot at least 20 minutes several times per day. Failure to be consistent with soaking will allow the fungus to continue to grow and spread.
Another problem with using vinegar is that it takes about a year to cure nail fungus even with consistent treatment. There are two reasons why it takes so long to cure nail fungus with vinegar. One is that the low concentration of acetic acid offers a mild degree of success. Another reason is that in order to reach the nail bed which lies under the nail, it takes a considerable amount of time to soak the foot at each treatment. Many people will give up, skip treatments or not soak the feet long enough to reach the nail bed.
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