Use Epsom Salt for Toenail Fungus

Use Epsom Salt for Toenail Fungus

Use Epsom Salt for Toenail Fungus

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so today I want to give you a tip on a very effective remedy for toenail fungus and it’s epson salts epson salts is a naturally occurring mineral salt magnesium sulfate which has some pretty good antimicrobial and antifungal properties here’s what you do you take two tablespoons of epsom salts and you dissolve it in four cups of water you can bring it to a boil you don’t have to the main thing is getting it dissolved and keeping it nice and warm wait till close down a little bit and then put your foot in a little bucket okay and soak it for 15 minutes every single day for about three to four weeks and you’ll see a great improvement also use a nail file to get rid of some of the dead nail because the problem is this fungus tends to get up underneath the nail and destroys the nails but you might find depending on how infected the nail is that the nail may have to come off and regrow or if the infection is not too deep the nail will just kind of come back without this microbe that’s invading it the other thing to do is to avoid moisture because this microbe likes a humid environment so go to work without your shoes don’t mention my name when you do that and this will help alright guys thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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Today, we’re going to talk about foot care and a very effective remedy for toenail fungus. 

What to do for toenail fungus? Use Epsom salt. Epsom salt is a naturally occurring mineral salt. It has antimicrobial and antifungal properties. 

Toenail fungus home remedies:

• Use a nail file to get rid of some of the dead nail
• Avoid moisture 
• Soak your feet in an Epsom salt bath

How to use Epsom salt for fungal toenails

What you need:

• 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt 
• 4 cups of water

  What to do:

Dissolve the Epsom salt in hot or warm water. Pour the mixture while it’s still warm (if it’s hot let it cool a little bit) into a container large enough to fit your foot into. Soak the foot with the nail fungus in the mixture for 15 minutes every day for 3-4 weeks.

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