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Good-bye Athlete's Foot

by Jamie

September 2009

My husband's case of Athlete's Foot fungus was cured by soaking his feet in a foot tub filled with white distilled vinegar deep enough to cover feet. He did this for 20 minutes over 5 consecutive nights. The house will smell like pickles for an hour or so, but this works! His Athlete's Foot has not returned, and it has been years.

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