There is no scientific evidence that proves apple cider vinegar can help to cure fungal infections of the feet, says About.com. The most effective treatments for toenail fungus are oral terbinafine and itraconazole, acco... More »

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Vinegar does not cure toenail fungus, according to Mayo Clinic. Effective medical treatment options for toenail fungus include oral antifungal drugs, medicated nail polish, medicated nail cream, surgical nail removal and... More »

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Solid evidence does not exist to indicate that a vinegar soak cures toenail fungus. However, other home remedies, including the application of Vick's VapoRub, snakeroot extract or tea tree oil, may work, according to May... More »

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Solid evidence does not exist to indicate that a vinegar soak cures toenail fungus. However, other home remedies, including the application of Vick's VapoRub, snakeroot extract or tea tree oil, may work, according to May... More »

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After softening, thinning and trimming the affected toenails, home remedies for fungus in the nails include Vicks VapoRub, and a variety of ointments and creams available over the counter. Prescriptions from a physician ... More »

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Some natural remedies for thick toenails caused by fungus include diluted tea tree oil, coconut oil and baking soda mixed with vinegar, according to Everyday Roots. Prevent nail fungus from reoccurring by keeping feet cl... More »

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Joint pain can be treated with apple-cider vinegar by mixing 1 cup of apple-cider vinegar with 6 cups of warm water, notes Natural News. An alternative is to mix 2 tablespoons of vinegar with 1 tablespoon of either olive... More »

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