Fungus/Fungi – Did You Know?

This is a short blog, about something that plagues almost everyone at some time in their life.

FUNGUS is “A vegetable cellular organism that subsists on organic matter.” It belongs to the division Fungi. FUNGI is a division of plant like organisms that includes molds and yeasts. Fungi grow as single cells as in yeast or multicellular as in molds and mushrooms. They are dependent on a parasitic existence.

FUNGUS can be the cause, is the cause, or is the symptom of many bodily function issues. Most people are familiar with NAIL fungus-finger, toe, and skin. However other issues to be concerned about are: liver problems, diabetes, psoriasis, dry skin, dandruff, hair loss, fatigue, prescription drugs, dark urine, leg tingling, ringworm, Parkinson’s disease, Athlete’s foot, and heart failure, etc. Fungus growth begins usually as a symptom, with the root cause starting from inside the body, and, has to do with a poor immune system. “Fungal spores are everywhere and are difficult to get rid of” according to Dr. Jiang – a Chinese Medicine doctor.

WHAT TO DO?
DETOX– it is necessary to clean fungus from the body’s main organs or systems within the body. It is a must to heal the organ or cause to revive the immune system and allow the body’s natural healing process to kick in. A good detox diet/program needs to be done at the same time you are using topical or other methods. Check out my DETOX DIET PLAN (an earlier blog). A good detox program will be cleansing the toxins/fungus from the body, from the inside out, thereby allowing the body to start the self healing process. This will ‘revive the immune system’.

WHAT TO USE:?
Basically, natural antifungal – to include: activated charcoal (which binds to the cells wall), Oregano Oil – which can be taken internally or used topically, pure Organic Natural Apple Cider Vinegar (with the mother) to be taken as what I call an ‘Apple Cider Vinegar’ Cocktail – or you can bathe the area with just the Apple Cider Vinegar, and finally, olive oil taken internally or used on the affected area topically. My favorites are the Oregano Oil (my clients say it works), and the Apple Cider Vinegar Cocktail. Another thing I have found useful is swabbing the affected (if external)area, or soaking (if toe or finger nail) with Hydrogen Peroxide – then use the Oregano Oil, rub it on the nail bed and around the nail area until absorbed.You have to be consistent in applying any of these methods, as the healing does not happen immediately or just overnight.

{Apple Cider Vinegar Cocktail: Using a pint jar, fill 3/4 with honey and 1/4 with Organic Apple Cider Vinegar. Stir until well mixed and store in the cupboard. This is the mixture. For the Cocktail, put 1 Tablespoon of the Mixture in an 8 oz. glass and mix with 8 oz. pure or distilled water. I add ice cubes. Drink as often as you like during the day. It is also a good cleanse for all the organs of the body.} This formula will not work with the regular store-bought Distilled Vinegar, as it has very little nutritional value.}

I hope this helps some of you who might be frustrated with this problem. There are many products being sold today for use on nail fungus issues. What I hear from folks using them is that they don’t work. When using NATURAL sources – the good news is that you can continue using them after the problem is solved, to keep the healing intact and maintained.

PATIENCE my friends, PATIENCE. It all takes time.

God Bless!

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