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What are different home remedies for Itching? Part 1

What is meant by Itching?

• Itching is medically known as pruritus.
• This is caused by stimuli bugging some part of our skin.
• An itch can start from a mild nuisance to a disrupting, damaging, and sleep-depriving fiasco.
• This can due to a fungal infection.

Symptoms of Itching

• allergic reactions
• sunburns
• insect bites
• poison ivy
• reactions to chemicals
• soap, and detergents allergy
• medication
• dry weather
• skin infections
• aging

Home Remedies for Itching

1. Baking soda
• Baking soda battles itches of all kinds.

2. Yogurt
• One of the greatest of all fungus-fighting foods is yogurt that contains live acidophilus.
• Acidophilus helps control vaginal and oral yeast.

3. Cinnamon
• A good soak in a cinnamon tea foot bath will help slow down the fungus.
• Boil 8 to 10 broken cinnamon sticks in 4 cups water, and then simmer for five minutes.
• Let steep for another 45 minutes.
• Soak your feet for 15 to 30 minutes.
• Repeat daily, as needed.

4. Raw garlic
• It is believed to have antifungal and antibacterial properties.
• Garlic is excellent in curing fungal infections.
• Apply some garlic extract or garlic puree on to the affected area to get rid of the fungus faster.

5. Tea Tree Oil
• Tea tree oil is quite effective in treating yeast infections, athlete’s foot and ringworm.
• Dilute a few drops of tea tree oil in water and apply it on to the affected area.

6. White Vinegar
• Soak your hands and feet in a tub of white vinegar, to cure nail fungus or an athlete’s foot.
• This remedy disrupts the pH balance of the skin.
• It curbs the growth of fungi on the skin.

7. Lemon
• This remedy will help you in the sweaty foot-odor removal.
• Squeeze the juice from a lemon and mix it with 2 ounces water.
• Rinse your feet with the lemon water.

8. Tea
• The tannic acid in tea is soothing.
• It helps to kill the fungus.
• Make a foot soak by putting 6 black tea bags in 1 quart warm water.

9. Salt
• Soak your infected area in warm salt water, using 1 teaspoon salt for each cup of water, for 10 minutes.
• Dry the area thoroughly, and then dab some baking soda between your toes.

10. Corn starch
• Corn starch is effective in soaking moisture.
• Keep your toe fingers dry by sprinkling some corn starch on them.

Other Home remedies for fungal itching

• Apply an antifungal soap, powder, cream or ointment, to speed up the healing process.
• Apply some clove powder or clove oil directly on to the skin that is affected.
• Drink as much water to flush out toxins and fight fungal infections to its best.
• Dilute vinegar soaks or sprays (roughly one part white household vinegar to four parts water) are very effective in treating fungal infections.
• Dilute Clorox baths or soaks (approximately ¼ cup household Clorox bleach in one bathtub of water) is also helpful in removing fungal infections.
• For immediate relief from itching or burning, soak your feet in an antiseptic mouthwash like Listerine.

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