Some home cures for jock itch include tea tree oil, colloidal silver, hydrogen peroxide, apple cider vinegar and garlic, according to Natural News. Often, jock itch fades without treatment if the patient showers regularly and keeps the groin dry.Continue Reading
The best way to use home remedies is to combine them into a multifaceted approach, as stated by Natural News. A warm bath including at least a cup of vinegar, 1/2 cup of Epsom salts and baking soda, and a dash of hydrogen peroxide is effective. After about 20 minutes in the bath, jock-itch sufferers should use a clean towel to dry thoroughly, and then dab a one-to-one solution of water and hydrogen peroxide to the affected area. After the solution dries, sufferers should then apply colloidal silver. Apple cider vinegar can be applied to the groin area when the colloidal silver dries.
Jock itch is a fungal infection of the skin that thrives in warm and moist environments. Itching, burning and blisters in the groin area are signs that the infection has taken hold. Once the jock itch has faded, changing sweaty clothes as often as possible and wearing loose cotton clothing can help jock itch from returning, according to Natural News.Learn more about Skin Conditions