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Fungi can infect skin and mucous membranes. They can grow under nails, between toes, and on internal surfaces of other organs.

Fungal infection of the skin is commonly developed in places where the skin tends to be moist and one skin surface is in contact with another such as the groin area (jock itch) and between the toes (athlete’s foot). However, moist, possibly itchy, red patches anywhere on the body can indicate a fungal infection.

Fungal infection of the mouth is referred to as oral thrush, a condition in which creamy-looking white patches form in the tongue and mucous membranes of the mouth.

Paronychia is inflammation of the skin around a finger or toenail. It can be acute (less than six weeks) or chronic (persisting for more than six weeks).

Ringworm is a fungal infection of the skin or scalp characterized by the development of small red spots that grow to a size one-quarter inch in diameter. As the spots expand, the centers tend to heal and clear while the borders are raised, red, and scaly, giving them a ring-like appearance. Like other fungal infections, ringworm can be very itchy.

Recurrent fungal infections are a common sign of depressed immune function and developed in people with diabetes or other serious conditions.

Fugussil™ has been formulated as an anti-fungal solution. This product contains the following ingredients:

Tea tree grows in Australia and Asia. The oil from the leaves is used medicinally. Australian natives used the leaves to treat cuts and skin infections. Australian soldiers participating in World War I were given tea tree oil as a disinfectant, leading to commercial production of the oil. The oil contains numerous chemicals known as terpenoids. Another important compound called cineole is present. The oil is functional against fungi and bacteria. A double-blind trial found that 10% tea tree oil cream was effective as an anti-fungal agent against athlete’s foot.

The name lavender derives from the Latin word “lavare” which means to wash. The earliest recorded use of lavender dates back to ancient Egypt. Based on an article published in the Journal of Microbiology, lavender oil has shown to have potent antifungal effects against a range of skin pathogenic fungi strains as well as various species of Candida, raising hope that it could be used against antifungal-resistant infections. The discovery was performed by scientists from the University of Coimbra in Portugal, who distilled lavender oil from the Lavandula viridis L’Hér shrub that grows in southern Portugal. Their work demonstrated that these oils work by destroying fungal cells by damaging the cell membrane.

Oregano is native to the Mediterranean region but it is cultivated worldwide. The leaves and volatile oil are used medicinally. Oregano contains several constituents, including volatile oils such as carvacrol, thymol, and borneol, plus flavonoids, rosmarinic acid, triterpenoids, sterols, vitamin A, and vitamin C. The thymol and carvacrol contents in oregano are responsible for promoting its antimicrobial and antifungal effects. A test tube study demonstrated the oil, carvacrol in particular, inhibited the growth of Candida albicans far more effectively than a commonly employed antifungal agent called calcium and magnesium caprylate.  In addition to its anti-fungal activity, and according to results from another study in Australia, oregano oil promotes anti-microbial activity against a wide number of bacteria.

Sangre de grado is used in traditional medicine in South America today in much the same way as indigenous. Sangre de grado is full of phytochemicals, including proanthocyanidins (antioxidants), simple phenols, diterpenes, phytosterols, and biologically active alkaloids and lignans. Scientists have attributed many of the biologically active properties to two active constituents: the alkaloid taspine and the lignan dimethylcedrusine. Sangre de grado has many therapeutic applications and one of them is the potential antifungal effects.

Other Ingredients: Tea tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia), lavender oil (Lavandula angustifolia), oregano oil (Origanum vulgare), sangre de grado (Croton lechleri), vegetable glycerin, deionized water.

Recommendations: Wash affected area well with soap, warm water and dry thoroughly before use. Apply and rub in the morning and at night. Since fungi are highly resistant, it is recommended to continue its use for three (3) more weeks even after apparent eradication of fungi.

Caution: Do not use this product if pregnant or nursing. Do not use
this supplement if the band around the cap is broken or missing.
If symptoms persist, consult a doctor. Keep this product out of reach
of children.

Storage: Keep tightly closed in a dry place and do not expose to excessive heat.

The statements above have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.