If you are looking for simple and effective natural remedies for inguinal mycosis, continue reading this article and find out what they are. But first.
Inguinal mycosis can point to some serious undelaying conditions, this is why you should take it very seriously. Besides being totally unpleasant, inguinal mycosis is also very, very itchy, making it even more unbearable. We’ve scattered through some old Dacian remedies and found a few that have proven to really work. See what are the best natural remedies for inguinal mycosis from the Danube Valley of the great Dacians.
3 Natural Remedies for Inguinal Mycosis
1. Boric Acid Remedy for Inguinal Mycosis
This remedy works for both inguinal mycosis as well anal and axillary mycosis. For this remedy you need the following ingredients:
- 1 g Nipagin
- 2 g Boric acid powder
- 0.20 g Zinc sulfate
- 10 g Glycerin
- 90 g 70° Alcohol
Combine the ingredients together and use a piece of cotton to pad the affected area with this solution twice a day, in the morning and evening. In the evening, apply Clotrimazole after using this remedy, and in the morning apply a simple solution made of 1 g of boric acid, 0.5 g of acetylsalicylic acid, and 20 g of talc powder afterward. Follow strict personal hygiene and use 100% cotton towels that you don’t share. Repeat the procedure until the inguinal mycosis is completely gone. This is one of the most effective natural remedies for inguinal mycosis.
2. Natural Remedies for Inguinal Mycosis with Herbs
On the first day, wash locally with water and sodium bicarbonate (½ teaspoons of bicarbonate per 250 ml of water). Then make a blend of the following fresh flowers and herbs in a ceramic mortar.
- 50 g of dandelion root
- 50 g of dandelion flowers
- 20 g of heartsease/wild pansy
- 20 g of plantain
- 20 g of chicory
- 20 g of yellow rattle flowers (Rhinanthus minor)
Use a wooden or ceramic pestle to crush the herbs until you get a fine paste. Smear some of the herbal paste onto the affected areas while it’s still warm and then cover the area with a piece of gauze. Keep the herbal poultice on for 2-3 hours. Remove the herbal paste and wait until the next day. The next day, wash again your intimate parts with water and sodium bicarbonate, wipe well, and repeat the procedure. Pause for two days and resume with another two days of treatment, until the mycosis is gone for good. You will see the first healing signs in 3-4 days of using these remedies.
Internally, have one pinch of sodium bicarbonate with ½ cup of water after each meal. Do this for one week. Sodium bicarbonate helps change the acidic PH inside your stomach. These are some of the best natural remedies for inguinal mycosis with herbs.
3. Simple Home Remedy for Inguinal Mycosis
Wash your intimate parts with water mixed with sodium bicarbonate every morning. Change your underwear daily and use only 100% cotton panties. To make sure that your underwear is clean, boil it thoroughly before wearing it again, as this kills any potential fungi. Prepare sitz baths using oak bark as follows:
- Soak 100 g of oak bark in 1 liter of room temperature water overnight (8 hours).
- Next morning, simmer the oak bark for 20 minutes and leave the decoction to cool off.
Pour the decoction into a small basin to use for the sitz bath. Alternate the oak bark sitz baths with oat straw baths. Add 2 handfuls of oat straw to 1 liter of water, leave to soak for 30 minutes, and then use for the vaginal wash. Both oak bark and oat straw teas are fantastic for inguinal mycosis sitz baths. After bathing, anoint the affected areas with a seabuckthorn or propolis-based salve (you can as well use a calendula salve in which you mix a few drops of seabuckthorn oil or propolis tincture).
We truly hope that the natural remedies for inguinal mycosis here will truly help you out, as they did help many others before you. Let us know in the comment section below which of these remedies have served you in healing genital mycosis. Stay healthy, naturally!