Ringworm Home Remedies That Actually Work

Simple Ringworm Home Remedies

Interestingly, you will find many effective and affordable ringworm home remedies which are as reliable as over-the-counter medications.  One such natural remedy is garlic.  Garlic has antifungal properties and taking six teaspoons of garlic extract everyday can help remove fungal infections.  Otherwise, place fresh garlic in a blender and rub the resulting paste to the infected area using cotton balls 3 times daily.

Ringworm Home Remedies

Tea tree oil can treat almost everything that is a result of fungal or bacterial infection.  Apply tea tree oil on the area affected with ringworm thrice a day for 7 days or even after the pink patches have disappeared to be certain.

Mustard seeds are another ringworm treatment which can be found in the kitchen.  Make a paste using mustard seeds and water and apply it to the affected area.  Make sure to clean the area with warm water first.  Allow the paste to dry and wash with cool water.

Fruits are also excellent ringworm cure.  Massage papaya slices on the ringworm patches twice daily for ten minutes.  Also, you can make a paste from papaya seeds powder and water.  Rub the paste on the affected skin.  Let it dry, then rinse off.

Surprisingly, nail polishes are not only great on your nails but they work as ringworm remedies, too.  It appears that coating the infected area with clear nail polish will help keep the fungus from spreading and eventually kill it.

If the ringworm is in your hands or feet, apple cider vinegar is one of the most powerful home treatment for ringworm you can use.  Soak the infected area for ten to fifteen minutes before going to sleep.

Aside from being an ugly sight, ringworms can become very itchy.  Did you know that a spoon can be used to soothe the itchy sensation? Place a spoon inside the freezer for the entire night.  But if you can’t wait till the morning, give the spoon time to become frozen and place it on the ringworm patches to relieve the itchiness.  If you want, why not put several spoons in the freezer overnight so you will have plenty of frozen spoons to use the next day?

For people who are allergic to antifungal treatment or are not happy with their outcome, these are only some of the ways to get rid of ringworm you can try.  Furthermore, these home remedies are mild on the body and have no adverse effects like some antifungal creams.

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4 Responses to Ringworm Home Remedies That Actually Work

  1. al says:

    could i use toothpaste to get rid of it?

  2. nayy says:

    i have a ring worm on my thigh and it jumped over to my hip i put the tea tree oil on it and it burns is it suppose to burn like this

  3. meg says:

    I found out that i have ringworm on my back….i just started treating it yesterday, and when i woke up this morning, it already dried up….. i just used sulfur soap, and sulfur cream…..

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