The tea tree oil is one of the most successful treatments for 'tineas' Length, but including the foot, for their strong healing and anti fungal qualities.
Athlete's foot (the name given to the foot fungus) is a
fungal infection classified as "superficial", so the Tea Tree oil is ideal for this case because this condition is caused by fungi called dermatophytes, including the species Trichophyton, Microsporum and Epidermophyton.
When the fungus is located in a particular area of the skin, are called "tinea" or "jock."
In the case of athlete's foot, the fungus that produces it takes place in warm, moist areas of the body being the most common feet and sometimes under the armpits and specific name is Tinea Pedis . Another common condition that can be treated with Tea Tree is onychomycosis (fungal toenail)
How can we treat this condition and annoying fungus a cheap, economic and natural?
The easiest, most successful - and quickly - to cure athlete's foot is to use pure Tea Tree oil 5% (Melaleuca Artenifolia).
All you have to do is keep the area dry and clean always, take a cotton ball and moisten it with Organic Tea Tree Oil and wipe the affected area of our feet and fingers (or anywhere else where we have mold and is external - as in the case of internal and fungi or yeast vaginitis, treatment with Tea Tree oil is different).
This will have to continue at least one full week (but preferably have 15 days) and begin to notice that our feet do not itch or smell.
You can also complement this home remedy, natural soap with Tea Tree to keep the area between the toes super clean and disinfected.
While there are some medications that promise to cure athlete's foot in three days, the cost of these does not compare with that of tea tree oil (in addition to all other uses we can give).
It is clear that the Tea Tree is ideal for treating fungi: is the area where works best with your benefits, just that it is also used for the treatment of acne and dandruff.
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