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Humans are prey to a variety of fungal infections. Most infest the skin and bowels but occasionally parasitisation of the blood stream and vital organs occurs. Thrush, ringworm and athletes foot are but a few of the common human fungal infections. Dandruff is frequently seen in relation to a yeast called Pityrosporum Ovale. The fungi are nearly all at home in the soil, on animals and on other humans. From these reservoirs infection usually arises. Modern medicine provides effective treatment of superficial fungal infections in the form of Imidazole drugs such as Canesten, Daktarin, Monistat and Nizoral.
Home Remedies
Fungi belonging to the tinea family produce athletes’ foot and ringworm. Infection often involves skin breaks in the presence of heat and humidity. For these reasons the groin and between the toes are inherently predisposed to the overgrowth of fungi. Prevention of tinea in the groin calls for loose cotton underwear and baggy shorts. As far as athletes foot is concerned the wearing of sandals and thongs cools infected areas and allows them to stay dry. Over the counter antifungal remedies like Tinaderm, Whitfield’s Ointment and Vioform Cream are not as good as the Imidazoles; but still work. They cleanse the outer layers of skin exposing tinea to an unfriendly external environment.

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