As a result of bacteria, moisture or mold, fungal infections may appear on the nails and feet and often are very painful and unpleasant.
The first stage of fungal infection is yellow or white spots on the top of the nail. The color or shape of the nail might change over time. This occurrence may become very painful and uncomfortable. The fungus cannot be cured, without proper treatment.1
One of the most effective tools against fungal infections is baking soda.
The mixture made of apple cider vinegar and baking soda is good because soda is not a fungicide, which means it will not destroy the fungus, but it will prevent fungus’ growth and spread, while the apple cider vinegar is used to kill the fungus
5 tablespoons of baking soda
1 cup of apple cider vinegar
Method of preparation:
In a bigger bowl, place the vinegar and soak your feet in for approximately 15 minutes. Afterwards, using paper cloth, dry your feet. Repeat the procedure once again, but this time add the baking soda, before you soak your feet.
Conduct this procedure few times a day. This procedure’s purpose is for the baking soda to prevent the fungus’ growth and spread and the vinegar to kill them.