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211 Home Remedies for Ringworm

Jeff martinez

My girlfriend has ringworm so i told her to smoke a cigg. ,ash it into a spoon then spit in it. .mix it up until it turns into a paste and apply it will nurn at first but really works in three days it was gone.

karen, seattle wa

After suffering what I thought were bite for almost a year a friend was diagnosed with ringworm so I researched online and discovered that is what have and have been treating all wrong. Read that ketoconazal is prescribed orally and remembered the dog had a bottle of the topical lotion for hot paw. Started applying all over bother legs last week and seeing immediate improvement. Now adding astringent of acv. Hope the combo works, been out of my mind from itching and pain.

Ellen

Extra virgin coconut oil works very well you can buy it from any health shop.

SOUTHERN STUFF

IT'S SIMPLE AND FREE!!!! IF YOU THINK I'M CRAZY WELL JUST TRY IT!!!

STEP ONE
CLEAN AREA
STEP TWO
Q-TIP SOME EAR WAX OUT OF YOUR EAR
STEP THREE
APPLY THE EAR WAX ON THE RINGWORM
IN TWO DAY GONE
IT'S MAGIC.........
NOW LAUGH AND I THINK IT'S DISCUSSING BUT WORKS

Dave

I've tried expensive anti-fungi creams and lotions, but the ringworms outlast them all. Dad's been badgering me to try liquid shellac, which i was hesistant at first for obvious reasons. Eventually i gave it a go, and results are miraculous. Works the same way as nail polish i believe. It forms a coating over the affected area, denying the fungi air and moisture, and kills it. Just don't apply on broken skin, let the skin/blood/wound dry out first. I wonder why the pharmaceutical companies are not developing this cure.

ash

clean the ringworm with alcohol then apply clear nail polish over it go on an coat the polish on pretty thick! ( it will burn at first only until it dries) its worth it cuz it does work :) then cover with band aide an repeat twice daily just keep coating it the polish with eventually flake off the cheap clear polish is perfect to use does the job :) GOOD LUCK HOPE THIS HELPS

Paul

Head over to a farm store like Tractor Supply. They carry a special treatment in a 16oz bottle called 'Topical Fungicide' that will cure ringworm. Amazon pet section has it, too. Cheap and effective. Now, this product is meant for use on farm animals + dogs and cats... and it clearly states Not for human use...but I had very good results eliminating ringworm for myself with no side effects whatsoever. The active ingredient in this product is Benzalkonium Chloride...a common ingredient found in many skin care products, as well as microbial hand sanitizers. ~~~ Wash & dry the infected area. ~~~ Apply Topical Fungicide solution using a small wipe. ~~~ Then dry the area thoroughly with a hair blow dryer set to cool air, not hot.~~~ Repeat this 3 - 4 times a day. I saw a noticeable improvement within 4 days...and by the 8th day the ringworm infection was completely gone.

Anonymous

I have foud that all you have to do is, step one:make sure its clean
Step 2: put nailpolish over th ring worm
and thats it (: apply the nailpolish doesnt matter what color but clear is good and then you wait till it shrinks, just keep re applying(: it actually sufficates it and makes it shrink. I hope it works for you, comment any questions you have

Jac

If you get a few bigger spots, followed by a second outbreak of a ton of smaller spots, you probably have pityriasis rosea. My 'spots' even fooled my general doctor which was certain I had ring worm. I used ACV which aggravated what I actually had. I recommend, if something doesn't seem right, go to a dermatologist and save yourself a lot of pain (3 months for me). Google images for 'pityriasis rosea' if you want to see what the spots look like--fairly close to ringworm but completely different treatment.

Linda

My husband has had it a few months now. Tried most of the remedies on the internet and from the doctor. None worked more then a couple days and then it really started to spread. It started on his started arm spread to his torso and legs. Now we find out it isn't ringworm. It a type of Eczema that imitates ringworm. It's called 'Nummular Dematitis'. So that's why nothing was working. This may be the case for some of you, look it up.
Hope this helps.

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