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What is Nail Fungus and how to treat it naturally?

Screened against 28 species of drug-resistant fungi, yeasts and moulds, CHD-FA™ was able to kill all 28 species.

Nail fungus is caused by various fungal organisms. The most common cause is a fungus called a dermatophyte. Dermatophytes cause between 85 and 90% of infections and require keratin for growth. Keratin is what your nails are made of. Yeasts and moulds can also cause fungal infections.

Fungal nail infections can develop in people of any age but are more common in adults. An increased incidence among older people may be attributed to multiple factors including reduced blood circulation, diabetes, inactivity, immunosuppression, and reduced nail growth and quality. The toenails are the nails which are most affected.

These micro-organisms do not require light and thrive in warm, moist conditions. The infection is different from athlete’s foot in that the organism infects in, on or under the nail. A commonplace where infection can be contracted is communal showers.

In 2009 and 2010 Fulvimed performed laboratory work at testing facilities in Manchester, England and Cologne in Germany. During the months of testing CarboHydrate-Derived Fulvic Acid (CHD-FA™) was screened against 28 species of drug-resistant fungi, yeasts and moulds. CHD-FA™ was able to kill all 28 species. Because these species have become drug-resistant traditional antibiotics can no longer be used to treat them.

Treating Nail Fungus with CHD-FA™ is one of the most effective ways to do so naturally and safely. The following fulvic acid products will assist in treating and in time clearing the fungus completely.

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