Nail fungus is a systemic problem and must be treated internally as well as externally. Fungal conditions can be the result of damage to the nail or can be transferred from improperly sanitized manicure or pedicure tools.
To guard against infection, take a small spray misting bottle of pH 2.5 strongly acidic water with you to your favorite nail salon. Ask them to spray their tools before use and spray your nails before polishing.
Glass Spray Bottle
pH 2.5 strongly acidic
water Basin for Soaking Feet or Hands
pH 11.5 highly alkaline water
Step 1 – Every morning and every night before bed repeat spray the nails, the cuticles and the surrounding tissue with pH 2.5 strongly acidic water and allow to air dry.
Step 2– Depending on the severity of the fungal infection you will need to soak the nails in a basin of warm pH 11.5 highly alkaline water for 20 minutes 2-4 times per week
Step 3– After soaking pat dry, completely air dry and then spray nails with pH 2.5 strongly acidic water, then air dry.
Step 4– Apply a natural antifungal like Tea Tree, Peppermint or Lavender Essential Oil as a moisturizer.
TIP – Soak socks and cotton glove liners in pH 2.5 strongly acidic water 10 minutes or as long as overnight before laundering to kill microbes.
Until fungal nails are completely resolved do not wear socks or glove liners more than one time between laundering.
Source :-Dr. Peggy Parker, Naturopathic Physician, Biological Medicine expert