How Does Happy Toes Foot Powder Fight Athletes Foot & Fungus?
The Idea of using corn meal to kill fungus has been tried and used for some time to rid roses and other plants of fungus. Plant specialists have long been using ground corn meal to fight and get rid of fungus in flour beds and plants.
I have lived all my life with various levels foot infection of Athletes foot. During the worst times I would buy a cream of some sort to alleviate the itching and peeling skin.
With low levels of infection, at best I had very ruff sand paper like skin on my feet and dry cracked calluses on the heels and thick yellowish toe nails.
Once I visited a fitness club, and after using the shower, became infected with foot fungus. Getting rid of the black toenail foot fungus required a trip to my doctor. The prescription cost over $400. I took the medication for two months. It took another four months for the black toenail to grow out, and get clipped away.
Three years ago I reasoned if corn meal would work on roses why not give it a try on my own feet. It certainly could not hurt. I tried it and the first few days I noticed that my feet did not have any smelly odor nor did my sneakers stink. After about four months I found that my feet were not rough, they had become smooth, and the Athletes foot disappeared.
Then one day I put on an old pair of shoes and before I knew it, the black toe fungus was growing again. I found that after bathing, my toe cuticles were moist and I could push them back and see where new nail was growing. I sprinkled some powder into the exposed nail every day. After two to three weeks I could see the new nail – without fungus. The old nail with fungus was isolated and grew out to be clipped off.