Unsightly is not the only word that comes to mind when I think about toenail fungus. It’s a real annoying thing and can be debilitating too, depending on your lifestyle. I mean, I used to enjoy going to the pool for a swim fairly regularly, but that’s no longer possible – not with this fungal problem.
Fact is, I believe I caught the fungus at the pool since that’s often where you can get such a thing, so I best not venture to the pool while I’ve still got the fungus. Anyhow, it’s now a thing of the past, and I am now back at the pool, but I’ll let you know how I dealt with the problem and how to treat toenail fungus in a successful and easy, and cheap way too.
I used Selson Blue – the medicated format – to treat the fungus and as a nail fungus cure. It worked like a treat, where nothing else I had tried before did. Some other medications did look like they were working. The fungus would disappear for a while, but then it would come back again and I’d have to start all over with the medication.
But with Selson Blue, that’s not happened. The fungus disappeared and then it stayed disappeared, if that makes sense. It simply vanished. Hence my ability to return to the pool for my regular exercise.
And this stuff is very cheap too. The bottle lasts for ages, and it only cost me around 5 bucks. Much, much cheaper than most of the so-called proprietary treatments that you get at the pharmacy. And yet, it works incredibly well.
I also heard that urinating on your feet will get rid of the fungus. Well, I never actually tried that, but I have heard that it works very well too, oddly enough. Not the sort of thing you would want to do in public, is it?
So as far as home remedies for toenail fungus go, I’d certainly recommend the Selson Blue medicated form. It really does work like a treat and is so cheap also.