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Toe Nail Fungus

by Jeanne

April 2013

I found out mine was from candida/fungus. Tried many natural remedies. Best was extra virgin coconut oil topically and by mouth, I take 3T in the morning. Also take grape-seed extract capsules 1 3X/day with meals for a week, then alternate with olive leaf extract capsules 1 3X a day. Cleared up the toe nail fungus and made me symptom free of candida which also gave me a skin condition. Took years to solve.

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