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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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The Mayo Clinic lists oral antifungal drugs, topical antifungal applications, nail removal and laser and light-based therapies as conventional toenail fungus cures. Andrew Weil, M.D. mentions using tea tree oil, grapefru... More »

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Apple cider vinegar is a common treatment for foot fungus. Patients dilute apple cider vinegar in warm water and soak the toes with fungus for a minimum of 20 minutes each day. With natural treatments, nail fungus can ta... 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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