Athlete’s Foot (fungal infection)

If not treated on time the Fungal infection can lead to Bacterial Infection

We all love to get wet in the rains but wet dirty feet can invite fungal infections. Due to dampness the rainy season is the favorable season for the fungal spores to germinate and form fungi colonies. Athlete’s foot is a common contagious fungal infection that occurs mostly on the skin between the toes, in one or both the feet. It is caused by dermatophytes, a group of fungi that mainly thrive in warm and humid areas between the toes.


  • Itching, stinging, burning sensation in between toes
  • Scaly rash
  • Skin in between toes can crack, peel or there can be blisters If not treated on time the fungal infection can lead to bacterial infection

At our `Monisha’s Mantra`, we have helped individuals to treat their Athlete’s foot naturally in the following manner, without Medicine and without any Side-effect

  • Footwear should be open that allow the feet to breathe and avoid wearing closed shoes for long periods of time.
  • Before retiring to bed always wash and dry the feet and if suffering from Athlete’s foot apply fresh turmeric juice in the infected area. Turmeric is known for its antifungal properties
  • During the day practice stretching exercises of feet and toes which increases blood circulation
  • Sujok Therapy:
    1. Gently twist toes clockwise-anticlockwise for a minute, 4 times daily (as shown in Pic 1)
    2. Daily colour small toe of either foot, dark blue or black (as shown in Pic 2)

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