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Mycosis Herbal Treatment, Prevention, Symptoms, Causes, Cured By

Repertory
General Name
Mycosis
Medical Name
Mycosis
Mycosis Symptoms
Mycosis
Itching
Rusty Skin
Scaly Skin
Skin Infection
Lung Infection
Nail Infection
Vaginal Discharge
Burning Sensation
Staining of the Skin
Red Lesions in Round Shape
Red Lesions in Oval Shape
Pelling of the Skin of the affected Area
White Deposits inside the Mouth
Erosions between the Fingers and the Toes
 

Mycosis Cured By

 
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Description

Mycosis is the disease of the Skin.
It is the Fungal Infection of the Skin.
Resistance Barriers are passed by the Fungi to establish infections in the human body. It generally begins from the lungs or skin.

Types of Mycosis
Superficial Mycosis: It affects the outer layers of Skin and Hair. It produces reddish brown spots on the Skin. More common on chest, back, upper arms and legs.
Cutaneous Mycosis: It affects the epidermis layer of skin. It even causes infection in hair and nails. The fungi involved in Cutaneous Mycosis are Microsporum, Trichophyton and Epidermophyton.
Subcutaneous Mycosis: It causes chronic Infections of the Skin. It affects the dermis, muscle, fascia and subcutaneous tissues.
Systemic Mycosis due to primary pathogens: It starts in the lungs and spreads to other organs.
Systemic Mycosis due to opportunistic pathogens: It causes infection in a patient with a weak Immune System. Examples are a person suffering from AIDS or undergoing Immunosuppressive therapy.


Causes of Mycosis
Tumors
Sweating
Diabetes
Bad Shoes
HIV/AIDS
Chemotherapy
Skin lesions
Eating Disorder
Metabolic Disorders
Weak Immune System
Medicated Drugs

If not treated properly, Mycosis may cause
Skin Cancer

Body Part(s)

Skin
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Materia Medica for Mycosis

Single Herb

Apple Cider Vinegar for Mycosis

Dilute 1 tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar in one cup of lukewarm water. Drink it 2 times a day.

Yogurt for Mycosis

Include unsweetened Yogurt in your daily diet. Have it two times a day.

Garlic for Mycosis

Add 2 crushed Garlic cloves in 4-5 drops of Olive Oil. Apply over the affected area and leave it for 30 minutes. Wash with lukewarm water. Repeat the process 2 times a day.
Take Tea Tree Oil and Olive Oil. Mix them together in equal proportion. Apply over the affected area. Repeat the process 2 times a day.

Coconut Oil for Mycosis

Gently massage with extra virgin Coconut Oil over the affected area and allow it to dry. Repeat the process 3 times a day.

Tea for Mycosis

Steep 3 tea bags in lukewarm water for 10 minutes. Strain the water and put the tea bags in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Apply it over the affected area. Repeat the process 3 times a day.

Oregano Essential Oil for Mycosis

Take Oregano Oil and extra virgin Olive Oil. Mix them together in equal proportion. Apply over the affected area. Repeat the process 2 times a day.

Olive for Mycosis

Take 5-6 Olive leaves and grind them to make a fine paste. Apply over the affected area and leave it for 30 minutes. Wash with lukewarm water. Repeat the process 2 times a day.

Turmeric for Mycosis

Extract the juice of raw Turmeric root. Apply over the affected area and leave it for 3 hours. Wash with lukewarm water. Repeat the process 2 times a day.

Cranberry for Mycosis

Extract the juice of fresh Cranberries. Drink one glass of the unsweetened juice daily for one month.
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