Collection: Fungal Infections

Skin fungal infections, such as athlete's foot and ringworm, are caused by various types of fungi and can lead to itching, redness, and discomfort on the skin's surface.

Natural medicine approaches like using antifungal herbs such as tea tree oil, maintaining good hygiene, and wearing breathable clothing might offer relief from mild fungal infection symptoms, but severe or persistent infections should be evaluated by healthcare professionals to determine appropriate treatments and prevent potential complications.

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Natural Solutions


Oregano: Contains compounds like carvacrol and thymol, which have potent antifungal properties, making it effective against fungal infections.

Garlic: Antifungal and antibacterial properties help in reducing fungal growth on the skin and scalp.


Zinc: Plays a role in immune function and wound healing, potentially aiding in the body's ability to combat fungal infections.

Selenium: An essential mineral that supports the immune system and may contribute to reducing fungal infections.


Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports immune function, which can help the body defend against fungal infections.

Vitamin D: Important for immune health and has been associated with antifungal properties.


Caprylic Acid: Found in coconut oil, has antifungal properties that can combat fungal infections in the skin and hair.

Probiotics (Acidophilus and Bifidus): Probiotics help maintain a healthy gut flora and support the immune system, which can indirectly help fight fungal infections.

Tea Tree Oil: A natural antifungal and antimicrobial agent that can be applied topically to combat fungal infections on the skin and scalp.

Grapefruit Seed Extract: Known for its potential antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Studies suggest that grapefruit seed extract have antifungal properties against certain fungal strains