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Dr Ben Lynch

The basic premise behind this odd sounding natural toenail fungus treatment is to soften nails with beer, create an acidic environment with vinegar which is beneficial to good bacteria and deadly to fungus and then penetrate nails with specific beneficial bacteria to help kill and prevent further recurrences.

Essential Ingredients:
# Acidophilus Sachets containing a specific strain of 125 billion organisms. You find these at HealthE Goods or email ben AT healthegoods DOT com (to prevent spam)

# Guiness Stout beer or any other dark beer (Guiness is the one proven to work).

# White Vinegar

# Basin big enough for your feet or hands

# Time

# Persistence and Consistency

Natural Toenail Fungus Treatment Procedure:
# In tub, pour 1 liter of room temperature beer into a basin

# Add 1/2 a sachet which is 60 billion acidophilus and other strains.

# Add 1 liter of White Vingear

# Soak clean feet in the solution for 30 minutes before bed or when best for you.

# On removing your feet or fingernails from the basin, file the nails down with a pumice stone or file

# After each 3rd day, toss out the entire solution mixture and remake using the formula: 1 liter of white vinegar, 1 liter of dark beer and the remaining half of one sachet. This keeps the solution's ingredients in active live form. If too old, it will not work.

# Repeat for 30 days every day. Do not skip a day for best results.

# Do twice a day for faster results

What to look for:
As fungus gets killed by this natural toenail fungus treatment, you will notice new nail growth from the nail base coming in clear. This is a good sign. Some people see clearing at the base within one week and some people see clearing at the base in one month. It all depends on how fast your nails grow and how often you soak them.

Make sure you do this toenail fungus treatment daily. Make it a routine. Watch some TV, read a book or wash the dishes for 30 minutes.

If you know your nails grow slowly, then consider MSM or Silicea 6x cell salts as they have shown to increase nail growth.

This anti-fungal protocol is an excellent way to help prevent liver damage via Lamisil.

I estimated the total cost of this procedure to be about $200.00 That is very inexpensive compared to Lamisil - and much healthier to your liver.

Even if you drink a couple Guiness Stout while you do the soak - it may still be safer than Lamisil on your liver. :)

I have had over 42,000 people read this information and a decent percentage email me. It is great to hear that this treatment is working well.

I had one elderly woman with longterm fungal toenails report excellent results.

She also had an unexpected benefit: her plantar warts fell out from the bottom of her feet allowing her to walk comfortably for the first time in years.

Give it a shot - it is safe, effective, inexpensive. Yes it takes some work, but popping a liver toxic Lamisil pill for 3 months daily also takes work - especially repairing the damaged liver. You only get one liver.

An immunology professor, Dr Sheryl Berman, PhD, did a study on about 35 different acidophilus companies and found that only one had the actual amount of live bacteria it claimed in the container - some of the companies stated 1 billion live bacteria per capsule and contained...none. The sachets that I provide claim 125 billion per sachet and at manufacturing have 170 billion.

Choosing a different dark beer that is less expensive may hinder your success. I have not had reports of other effective dark beers so I am not sure. You can give it a shot but you are only saving a few bucks while investing 30 days of soaking. That is pennies per day extra. Worth the risk? If you have time, it would be good to know if the others worked...if they do, let me know :)

You may find the Acidophilus Sachets at HealthE Goods - along with the MSM and Silicea cell salt.

Should you have questions, please comment. I'm here to answer them and help your nails recover!
Enjoy healthy nails once again! It's summer - put on those sandals!

Dr Ben, ND

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