Another homeopathic cure is to dab a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and apply to the effected area at bedtime and after a shower. Do consistently for a few weeks, and it could clear up your issue. I had a problem with my big toe having a fungus beneath the nail. My doctor wanted to remove the nail. I was stubborn and decided to try this first, before resorting to, what I considered to be drastic measures. It may or may not work for you, but it did for me.
I read that studies show this combination can help stop fungus growth. Mix TB toothpaste, TB backing soda, TB peroxide. Apply to the fungus effected area. Wait 15 minutes. Rinse. Repeat 3 times for 8 weeks.
Acid in aspirin breaks down and dissolves hard calluses. Crush 6 tablets of aspirin with 2 TB lemon juice. Apply a pea-sized bit to calluses. Cover area with plastic wrap. Rest 15 minutes. Rinse. Rub dry skin off with pumice or foot scrubber.
None of these ideas are mean to replace your doctor’s advice. If you have any condition or dietary issue, it is highly recommended you consult your physician. These are simply tips that we’ve collected that can and might be of use to our followers.