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Ringworm and other fungal infections


Tinea fungal infections

There are different types of tinea fungal infection, based on the affected area of the body:

  • ringworm (tinea corporis) – affecting the body
  • fungal nail infection (onychomycosis) – affecting the nails
  • athlete’s foot (tinea pedis) – affecting the feet
  • jock itch (tinea cruris) – affecting the groin
  • tinea capitis – affecting the scalp

Ringworm usually looks like a round, red or silvery patch of skin that may be scaly, inflamed and itchy, but other fungal infections may present themselves slightly differently.



Symptoms of ringworm and other fungal infections

The symptoms of a tinea fungal infection depend on where the infection is.

Ringworm (on the skin)

The symptoms of ringworm include:

  • a ring-like red or silvery rash on your skin – your skin will look red and irritated around the ring, but healthy inside
  • scaly, itchy and inflamed skin

In more severe cases:

  • the rings may multiply, grow in size and merge together
  • the rings may feel slightly raised and the skin underneath may be itchy
  • blisters and pus-filled sores may form around the rings

The ring spreads outwards as it progresses. You can have one patch or several patches of ringworm, and in more serious cases, your skin may become raised and blistered.

Face and neck ringworm

Ringworm on the face and neck may not appear ring-shaped, but may be itchy and swollen, and it can become dry and crusted. If you have a beard, you may notice patches of hair breaking away.

Hand ringworm

Ringworm on the hand often causes the skin to become thicker on the palm and in between the fingers. It may affect one hand or both and normally only appears on one side.

Fungal scalp infection (tinea capitis)

The symptoms of a fungal scalp infection include:

  • small patches of scaly skin on the scalp, which may be sore
  • patchy hair loss
  • an itchy scalp

In more severe cases:

  • small, pus-filled sores on the scalp
  • crusting on the scalp
  • bald patches (if your hair is affected)

In very severe cases, a large inflamed sore called a kerion may form on your scalp. This can ooze pus, and you may also have a fever and swollen lymph glands.

Athlete’s foot (tinea pedis)

The main symptom of an athlete’s foot is an itchy, dry, red and flaky rash, usually in the spaces between your toes. In more severe cases, you may have:

  • cracked skin in the affected area
  • blisters, which may ooze or crust
  • swelling of the skin
  • a burning or stinging sensation in your skin
  • scaling patterns around your sole, between your toes and on the side of your foot

Jock itch (tinea cruris)

The symptoms of jock itch include:

  • red-brown sores, which may have blisters or pus-filled sores around the edge
  • itchiness and redness around your groin area, such as your inner thighs and bottom (the genitals are not usually affected)
  • scaly, flaky skin on your inner thighs

Exercising, walking and wearing tight clothing or underwear can make the symptoms of a groin infection worse.

Fungal nail infection (onychomycosis)

The symptoms of a fungal nail infection include:

  • whitish thickening of the nail
  • discoloration (the nail can turn white, black, yellow or green)
  • the nail can become brittle and start to fall off
  • the skin around the nail may be sore and irritated



Drink 1 capsule each, Parasite Blend and Gut Cleanse, once a day.

Drink 2 capsule Diatome, once a day.

Topically apply a few drops Funky Fungi Blend.

Certain essential oils work better than others for combating ringworm. The right ones can provide beneficial results to the skin while also help kill the fungal infection causing the problem.

Here are the best oils to use for ringworm.

Tea Tree Oil – Of all the different essential oils that are used for ringworm treatment, tea tree oil is the most common and the most effective. The reason is simple – tea tree oil is nature’s cleanser. It has antibacterial and antiviral properties, and also works as a powerfully effective antifungal agent. As such, it can help to fight off the ringworm infection quickly and help you get the results that you need to improve your skin health.

Lavender Oil – Lavender is another good choice thanks to its ability to kill fungi while also cleansing the skin. Just a few drops applied topically is enough to create a solid anti-fungal treatment that could help to combat ringworm. Additionally, it can help relieve stress and anxiety and calm the mind while healing the body.

Rosemary Oil – This oil is another powerful antifungal essential oil, and one that can prevent ringworm from developing at all, prevent it spreading, and make it easier to gain relief from it. Combined with lavender oil, it’s an excellent way to fight against ringworm infections.

Lemongrass Oil – This essential oil is yet another one with excellent antiseptic and antifungal properties. It can help to kill the fungus while promoting better healing of the skin as well. Combined with any of the above oils, it’s a solid solution for the issue.

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