Nail Fungus: The Best Treatments RevealedNail fungus is stubborn once it sets in, as a result, is difficult to treat.

However, a recent study in the Journal of Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology examined 10 treatment options.

And they found some cheap options that are up to 90% effective despite some of the most common and expensive prescription topical antifungals having a success rate below 10%.

The treatment options are complicated.

1. Oral antifungal drugs target only specific organisms. Thus, if your condition is caused by more than one organism, you must go on a cocktail of several drugs.

2. Oral antifungals often fail to reach the nail bed because of poor blood circulation to your hands and feet; as a result, they can barely penetrate the layer of fungus inside the nail.

3. The side effects of oral antifungals include headaches, rashes, nausea, intestinal symptoms, peripheral neuropathy, and liver damage.

4. While oral antifungals are commonly labeled as effective, they tend to work in fewer than half of cases.

5. Most prescription topical antifungals have a success rate below 10%. Additionally, those that are only successful after 10–12 months are expensive in the long term.

6. Tea tree oil can cure up to 80% of cases if applied for about a year, though 10% of those who use it experience skin irritation.

7. Topical cough suppressants that contain eucalyptus oil, camphor, and menthol are surprisingly effective, curing 83% of certain organisms but almost none of other organisms. Thus, they may need to be applied alongside other natural topical solutions.

8. Natural coniferous resin and ageratina pichinchensis extract are both relatively effective against certain organisms, curing 60–70% of cases.

9. Ozonized sunflower oil can cure up to 90% of certain organisms but only 20% of others.

10. Laser treatment is not currently considered to be particularly effective.

Evidently, there are some solid treatment options like tea tree oil, cough suppressants, and ozonized sunflower oil.

Of course, if you’re suffering from stubborn nail fungus, you want to treat it naturally from both the inside out and the outside in. That’s what has worked for every reader who reported back to us after using this simple method…