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Herbal Treatments For Toenail Fungus - Part III



Today, I will give you another herbal remedy for treating toenail fungus. You can use this recipe in conjunction with the "Antifungal Toenail Liniment" recipe previously given. Apply this oil after the liniment has dried. Use this oil consistently for at least six months or longer or until the fungus has disappeared. "Tough On Fungus Toenail Drops" Ingredients: 2 teaspoons tea tree essential oil 2 teaspoons thyme essential oil 2 teaspoons clove or thyme essential oil 4 teaspoons jojoba oil (used for dilution of essential oils) To Make: Combine all ingredients and pour into a 2-ounce glass bottle. Shake well. To Use: Place a drop or two on each toenail morning and night and rub in well, then dress as you normally do. Storage: Store bottle in a cool, dry, dark cabinet. Do not refrigerate as the jojoba oil will harden. NOTE: This information was adapted from the book, "Natural Foot Care - Herbal Treatments, Massage, And Exercises For Healthy Feet", by Stephanie Tourles, Storey Publishing 1998. The information in this article is for educational purposes only and any recommendations for health care are made without guarantee on the part of the author. The author disclaims any liability in connection with the use of this information. Please use common sense when self-treating with herbs and essential oils and consult a professional herbalist/aromatherapist when appropriate.

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