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Fungus Eliminator

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-04)


Fungus are notoriously hard to Fungus Eliminator Review eradicate, and it might come back. Also research has found a bolus of fungus, a "motherload" under the nail which prevents treatments from working as effectively and quickly as we have liked. Some people will say "tablets, paints... I heard Vicks can take care of my fungus". Well this was one of the main reasons for me to write this article. What we have read so far states that you either have to attack the fungus from the matrix from where the nail grows from. Or keep on attacking the nail until the fungus disappears and the nail grows out fungal free. All types of paint and rubs and anything that you put onto the nail relies on you, the patient, to actually do it for a long period of time. Studies have shown time and time again that nails are slow growing. If you apply something you have to wait fro the nail to grow to see if it has worked whatever treatment that you use, especially topical medicament's. The Vicks study only used 18 patients, showed slight healing in a certain portion of patients after 40 weeks, but never showed their age of the severity of the fungus before hand (heavy fungus will take longer to treat). But people believe in the "gone in 48 hours" theory or that something in your medical cabinet is the golden bullet. It's not. It just a different way, a different bullet that does exactly the same job in exactly the same way. Choose your bullet but just make sure that you follow the very laborious treatment methods. But now we have Laser. This technically "cooks" your fungus. But as will all the points above they can flow directly into this treatment. You have to wait for it to see whether it worked. And there is the cost... which is very expensive for something that has very little effect or seriousness to warrant such expense that other medicaments can't be more useful for.

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