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*http://everydayroots.com/how-to-get-rid-of-toenail-fungus ~ Google onicomycosis ~ Essential Oils

 undiluted Tea tree oil is a potent natural antiseptic and fungicide
 mix equal quantities of olive oil, thyme oil, and tea tree oil

continue using tea tree oil for a few weeks after the infection has cleared. This is because there may still be remnants of the fungus which may be embedded deep within the nail or the nail bed.

Soak your toes in Listerine mouthwash. The powerful antiseptic contains several compounds and alcohols like salicylate thymol and euchalyptol which combine to form a strong toenail fungus treatment.

make your own anti-fungal exfoliating scrub by mixing coarsely ground rice flour with a few spoons of apple cider vinegar. Apply this paste over the affected nail and the surrounding area and then gently rub it into the nail and skin.

equal amount of tea tree oil and lavender oil on a cotton ball or swab. Dab it under the top edge of the toe nail and surrounding area 2 or 3 times a day. Tea tree oil is natural antibiotic and lavender will help fight the infection and prevent skin irritation, as it has antiseptic properties. they are both very potent and can help to treat even severe cases. make your own anti fungal oil by mixing equal amounts of tea tree oil, lavender oil, and a carrier oil.

Blend 2 drops of Oregano essential oil with a tsp of olive oil. Apply this mixture on the affected area daily for NOT more than three weeks. Oregano essential oil has antiseptic, antibacterial, antiparasitical, antiviral, analgesic and antifungal properties

 Soak your toenails for 15 - 20 minutes in basin full of warm water and natural apple cider vinegar mixed in equal proportion
 mixture of mouthwash and a strong natural acid like apple cider vinegar or undiluted lemon juice.
 Bleach
 Hydrogen Peroxide
 baking soda 

http://www.o3center.org/Abstracts/OnicomycosisTreatedwithOzonizedOil.html ~

http://www.doctorfungus.org/mycoses/human/other/onychomycosis_general.htm ~ Topical antifungals Until recently, topical therapy alone was in general not useful for the treatment of onychomycosis. However, ciclopirox solution 8%, an innovative topical nail lacquer, has been recently approved for the treatment of mild to moderate onychomycosis [85]. Recent studies have shown successful cure rates when using this agent alone [941, 942, 946]. The solution is applied daily covering the entire nail plate and approximately 5 mm of surrounding skin for 12 months. Overall, however, this approach is not nearly as effective as systemic therapy with the above-mentioned agents.

http://www.emedicine.com/derm/topic300.htm ~ The use of topical agents should be limited to cases involving less than half of the distal nail plate or for patients unable to tolerate systemic treatment. Agents include amorolfine (approved in other countries), ciclopirox olamine 8% nail lacquer solution, sodium pyrithione, bifonazole/urea (available outside the United States), propylene glycol-urea-lactic acid, the imidazoles, and the allylamines.

Ciclopirox (Penlac) - Apply evenly over entire nail plate and 5 mm of surrounding skin qhs or 8h before washing; if possible, apply to nail bed, hyponychium, and undersurface of nail plate when free of nail bed; do not remove product on daily basis; apply daily over previous coat and remove with alcohol q7d; repeat cycle throughout duration of therapy.

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