MPWrobel

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  1. Vinegar should work for warts but I haven't personally tried using it for warts, so I can't vouch for its effectiveness. I would guess that tea tree oil is a good option too. Just give them a shot and see how they do.
  2. As a teen I was struggling with athlete's foot. Over-the-counter creams helped only temporarily, wherever I stopped using them, the problem came back. The permanent solution I discovered was vinegar. Soaking my feet in diluted vinegar (1:1 vinegar to water, if I recall correctly) for half an hour a day healed the condition. I don't remember how long it took. I would guess a month or so. It definitely depends on the severity of the problem. I'm not sure if this method works for nail fungus, these are much more resilient unfortunately. I also noticed that exposing your feet to alternately hot and cold water helps, as it improves circulation. I would look out for sugar consumption. It definitely plays a huge role. As @Michael569 mentioned, the overall immunity might be at play here too.