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Natural Ringworm Treatment


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Posted by Jeremiah (St. Petersburg, Fl) on 07/15/2018
5 out of 5 stars

I peed on my little ringworms and they ran away right quick. My parents told me to do it in the shower but I did it in my bed. Much more efficient.

Posted by Remedy (Somewhere, Undertherainbow) on 12/02/2012
5 out of 5 stars

I recently caught the ringworm. Unfortunately, it spread to other places on my skin because I did not treat it immediately. A friend recommended that I put my own urine on the ringworm. I used a plastic cup to pee in. I dipped tissue in the cup and put it on my skin. I rinsed it off with warm water and then I took my hands and scrubbed some hand soap on it. I let it air dry. I saw results less than a hr. The fungus was killed but the patch was still there. The urine will kill the ringworm but the patch may still be noticeable on your skin so continue to use your urine until the patch is no longer visible. I used urine on my skin twice a day for 3 days and it is GONE. I put the urine on my skin when I woke up in the morning and at night. I am sure if you apply urine to your skin more throughout the day the patch will disappear quicker. Make sure you keep the ringworm covered with a Band-Aid or it will spread on your skin if you make a mistake and rub other parts of your skin on the infected area.

I did not use any cream only my own urine.

This is my first time creating a post on this site. I wanted to create this post because when I googled how to heal a ringworm people talked about how they used CREAM for a few wks to get rid of their ringworm. I needed a quick remedy because ringworms are a nuisance and I am thankful that my own urine worked. Urine is free so I wanted to share this home remedy with everybody. I also heard that you could use urine on your feet to cure athlete's feet.

I hope this post has helped you.

Posted by Michelle (Mansfield, OH) on 10/09/2008
5 out of 5 stars

I haven't actually tried this myself but am quite sure it works, due to the fact that the fungus that causes ringworm is the same as athlete's foot. My reason for this conclusion is that my husband who was in the Marine corp from 94-98 was taught that if ever he was to get athlete's foot and could not get medical treatment to urinate on it. and he says it did work.

Posted by Dave (Houston, TX) on 08/19/2008
5 out of 5 stars

Urine is the best for ring worm all you gotta do is pee on it. and the ringworm will crawl away cause no one wants to be peed on.