Typically, a person with fungal problems visits a physician or takes a quick trip to the pharmacy. This generally results in the patient using a conventional anti-fungal drug--like Clotrimazole, Monistat, Lamisil, Spranox or Diflucan. Some, however, prefer to deal with these sorts of issues by utilizing more natural anti-fungal solutions.
A natural home remedy for fungal problems--particularly when it comes to the feet--is to create a vinegar mixture, and then soak the affected area. To create the mixture, pour 1 cup of water into a bowl, and then pour one-fourth of a cup of vinegar into the bowl. Soak the affected area in the vinegar mixture twice a day for 10 to 15 minutes each time.
Baking Soda Mixture
Another simple natural remedy for fungal issues to is create a baking soda mixture. Take one-half cup of baking soda and mix it with 4 tablespoons of powdered sage, 2 tablespoons of dry white clay (fine) and 2 teaspoons of zinc oxide powder. Dust the affected area with the mixture. You can even spread a little around in your shoes, to keep them clean, dry and fresh.
Tea Tree Oil
Another natural remedy, albeit one that may necessitate a trip to an herbal store, is tea tree oil. Apply the oil to the affected area.