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Does Tea Tree Oil Work for Nail Fungus?

August 18, 2019


[Music] uncle mycosis is a fungal infection of our nails usually toenails but sometimes fingernails characterized by neal discoloration deformity detachment thickening crumbling ridging and here’s an example of what it can look like reported prevalence is estimated to be about 125 people though it’s more common in older individuals one in five over 16 like half of 70 year olds unfortunately and it’s really hard to treat because the fungus can hide deep inside the nail protect it from the blood supply on one side or anything you want to put on topically on the other so recurrence after treatment is common due to residual fungus even if you’re able to beat it back many of the oral systemic treatments can be toxic and many topical applications require long treatment courses which may limit patient compliance especially in patients who want to use nail polish or something to cover it up so given all the problems with a lot of prescription antifungals there has been renewed interest in natural remedies well if tea tree oil can affect athlete’s foot and endure fungus what about nail fungus well there was this study of a combination of the antifungal drug in Lotrimin cream with tea tree oil and preen that seemed pretty effective compared to nothing but what about compared to each other well there was one head-to-head study comparing tea tree oil with a common antifungal drug a double-blind randomized controlled trial twice daily application of either the drug or purity trial on the nail for six months debridement was performed over a few months for some of the fungal masses the bulk scraped ground off and after six months the drug only wiped the fungus out completely in about one in ten cases but looked better with partial full resolution of the appearance in the majority of patients either from the doctors assessment or the patients and the tea tree oil did just as well the two preparations were comparable in efficacy of cure clinical assessment and subjective improvement even though cost was comparable so for patients desiring a natural treatment for athlete’s foot or nail fungus topical tea tree oil is a reasonable alternative to prescription or over-the-counter antifungals speaking of natural treatments how about a truly natural treatment you know one potential reason for the poor long-term benefits of any therapy for nail fungus he said it may only be treating a manifestation of underlying disease such as generalized immune suppression or a peripheral micro or macro vascular disease maybe fungal nail infections are just a manifestation of poor peripheral blood circulation that would normally allow your body’s natural defenses to keep the fungus from taking root in the first place evidently there was a non-english language study 400 patients that looked at the relationship between blood circulation of the skin and development of fungal disease that was the title and found a greater than 50% reduction in blood flow in patients with athlete’s foot and nail fungus compared with patients without these disorders so with fungal nail infections are just a symptom of an underlying process then treatment aimed at eradication of a pathogen may be unrealistic no wonder it just grows right back a more appropriate goal then may be to just give up and live with it but wait if it’s a circulation problem why not instead improve the circulation we’ve known since the 1950 so you can effectively switch peripheral artery circulation on and off like a light switch within days by switching people between a low-fat plant-based diet and the more conventional diet that contributed to the problem in the first place [Music] you

90 Comments

  • Reply Anna Jacob July 13, 2018 at 12:11 pm

    What about colloidal silver?

  • Reply Willa Rudzin July 13, 2018 at 12:21 pm

    this is very interesting to hear!

  • Reply mst3knut July 13, 2018 at 12:21 pm

    One of the earliest changes I noticed in myself after going plant based was the improvement in my fingernails and toenails. My pinky-toenails use to be rough and rubbery I always had to cover them in nail polish.

  • Reply Maple Flavor July 13, 2018 at 12:22 pm

    thanks

  • Reply TheGIBBYNATR July 13, 2018 at 12:22 pm

    I’ve been plant based for a year and my circulation has gotten better but it sucks compared to the average person. Probably something to do with me being 6ft4 which in turn was probably caused by all of the growth hormones in the milk I was drinking as a kid lol… I’ll try tea tree oil out, thanks Doc!

  • Reply vaylon1701 July 13, 2018 at 12:37 pm

    Tea tree oil really works but my goodness is it a strong odor. Not something you want to go out in public with. Even on your feet.

  • Reply Eelke Aptroot July 13, 2018 at 12:43 pm

    So again treatment is just a patch over that gash of poor dietary habits.

  • Reply Jenneffer Pulapaka July 13, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    There are multiple factors over looked in the studies. First, debridement is a treatment. Second, oils "hydrated" the nail plate assisting the cosmesis. Third, topcial creams are not indicated for the nail plate as they have a poor ability to penetrate. Four, topical antifungal prescriptions were superior to tea tree oil for tinea pedis. This is possibly due to the lamina lucida layer within the soles of the feet. Peripheral vascular disease and the speculation that there is a depletion in the patient's immune response are vaild correlations. Unfortunately, in an aging population, peripheral vascular disease is usually the ultimate accumulation of a high-fat animal based diet and the degree of stenosis and occlusions that give little hope to improvement with a plant-based diet when there is no or limited collateral circulation.

  • Reply CARBSTRONAUT July 13, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    How do we know whether poor blood flow caused/enabled the fungal infection or if the causational relationship is actually the other way around?

  • Reply WakeupPeople Now July 13, 2018 at 1:03 pm

    I use gum Spirits turpentine and it really does work

  • Reply 5x Disneyfans July 13, 2018 at 1:10 pm

    I am struggling with this right now and using my prescription topical medicine once a day to treat it but it worry once it is gone which I know will take a long time that it may come back. I eat a low fat plant based diet already. Do you think using tea tree oil a few times a week on the nails may help it from coming back in the future?

  • Reply Wichal Rangai July 13, 2018 at 1:20 pm

    "just as well"!??

    11% is indeed about 1 in 10 , but:
    18% is more like 1 in 5(.555…) — almost twice as good ("200%") as a cure… 🤓

  • Reply Kerkopes July 13, 2018 at 1:33 pm

    Didn't work for me. Applied it every day for years. No affect.

  • Reply Śūnyatā Eight July 13, 2018 at 1:49 pm

    Do you know what works for toe fungus – iodine. My husband has had toe fungus almost the entire 11 years we’ve been together. I’ve tried all the prescribed creams, foot soaks, tea tree, and the only thing that has hardened his nails and killed the fungus is iodine.

    Iodine is also the only thing that’s killed my German Shepherds chronic ear infections and she hasn’t had one since. I also tried everything with her ears, all the veterinarian prescribed meds and ointments, antibiotic ointments, colloidal silver, different diets although shes always had quality food.

    Iodine – it’s the answer.

    I use it on rashes and skin problems and they almost instantly clear up, I put a drop on the back of my throat when it’s sore and by the next day I’m 100% (way better than gargling salt).

  • Reply Derek O'Hara July 13, 2018 at 1:55 pm

    My wife suffered with nail fungus for years. Once she started putting Teatree oil on it, it was gone in four months. She was overwhelmed with joy because she thought it was something she was going to have to live with for life.

  • Reply Fred & Wilma Flintstone July 13, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    Try potassium permaganate for nail fungus and any other skin problems you might have.

  • Reply Ellen Kowallis July 13, 2018 at 2:10 pm

    For sure, my husband's chronic athletes foot went away when weave started the plant based diet.

  • Reply Jeff Eppenger July 13, 2018 at 2:18 pm

    I have heard people treat this with Vicks Vapor Rub. That the Campher kills it but takes some time. Would Apple Cider Vinegar work as well??

  • Reply kingmike40 July 13, 2018 at 2:31 pm

    Somebody, preferably Dr Greger, should write a book about how industry manipulates the data in "scientific studies".

  • Reply mi.mi55555 5 July 13, 2018 at 2:36 pm

    Lack of circulation! Thank you! 🙏

  • Reply Plant Life July 13, 2018 at 2:39 pm

    Wow! Never knew why my athletes foot went away when I became vegan. Now I do!

  • Reply benko7ab July 13, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    I can confirm from direct experience that tea tree oil works but you need to apply regularly and file down the nail. You will start to notice results within months but it takes a long time to eradicate completely.

  • Reply Patrick Pierre, Jr. July 13, 2018 at 2:49 pm

    Is hydrofluorocarbon 152a considered an PAH (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon). It's a chemical commonly used in cosmetic products and body sprays. I remember a Dr. Gregor video where he says PAH can cause cancer.

  • Reply Frenchblue8 July 13, 2018 at 2:54 pm

    There's at least one video on YT, where they do a demo of treating this using a combination of olive oil, slivers of fresh, organic garlic placed under and all around the nail then they wrap it in cotton cloth, like old clean flannel shirt remnants and Saran wrap (cling film, in the UK) and leave it for like 24 hrs.

  • Reply straightedge veganbel July 13, 2018 at 3:03 pm

    How can you increase the circulation if you already eat plant based??…i have only had leg swelling and poor circulation to my feet since going wfpb vegan 6 years ago…is it possible I'm not getting enough sodium? I have low bp and heart rate, and I'm cold most of the time….i am fed up with the leg swelling though and i work out everyday. I do have iodine deficiency and have been supplementing with nascent iodine for 2 months, upping the dose as i am still deficient.

  • Reply Vegan Recipes July 13, 2018 at 3:23 pm

    I have had this problem
    On just one foot for about 20 years it’s also the same leg that has varicose vains could this be to do with blood circulation then?

  • Reply Slap Stick July 13, 2018 at 3:32 pm

    Poor circulation is not always diet. It’s also lack of exercise, it’s the fact that people with certain diseases just tend to have more circulatory issues, also diet. Don’t forget sun exposure for nails. Also some people just have thicker nailbeds than others. There’s so much missing here from this video.

  • Reply AtlantisArch July 13, 2018 at 4:01 pm

    sorry, but based on my own experiment, the hypothesis of the blood circulation is just crap. 1/ Not only do I eat vegetalian for more than 5 years, but 2/ I focus a part of my diet on blood flow as I'm a (ultra trail) runner. 3/ and last but not least I wear large toebox zero drop shoes (altra, vivo, vibram FF) for 5 years too (and that increase feet bloodflow a lot)., sometimes wearing correct toes. Believe me, that hypothesis is just plain garbage.
    I also do not have a depressed immune system. Better look at other factors like imbalance in gut bacteria, some gluten intolerance or whatever.

  • Reply Kate T. July 13, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    Anecdotally, I can't comment on the circulation issues, but I picked up this nail fungus from a public pool area once (gross). For a year, I tried all sorts of OTC treatments that did nothing. Finally, I tried nightly treatments of tea tree oil and witch hazel (alternated between nights). That did the trick, though it's impossible to say which worked / worked better. The key to using it was to make sure to get the nail truly wet, especially at the cuticles and under the nail at front. I'd sleep barefoot. Once I figured all that out, my symptoms improved dramatically and new, healthy nail growth began. Unfortunately, it took months for a fully new nail. Been without issue for seven years now, no need for continued preventive treatments or anything. I'd say it worked, but I sure would like to understand how.

  • Reply RipeApple July 13, 2018 at 4:10 pm

    NEVER give up!

  • Reply David Gardell July 13, 2018 at 4:15 pm

    Like with so many things wrong with us, it’s simply a symptom showing something else is wrong. This is why people believe in pharmaceuticals, they do just that – fixes your symptom, by putting a lid on it. The body’s like “Heey, I’m tryin to tell you something here!!” No money in curing anyone, right… 💊🏦💊

  • Reply onyomi July 13, 2018 at 5:41 pm

    Improving your circulation might only make your feet sweat more, which is my problem. Only thing non-systemic that cures it is laser treatment, but keeping feet dry with baby powder, etc. can keep it from coming back.

  • Reply Devon Stultz July 13, 2018 at 6:10 pm

    Don't eat while watching lol

  • Reply Sunghee Lee July 13, 2018 at 7:51 pm

    Get to the root of the problem: of course!!!

  • Reply GREAT WHITE PLANT EATER July 13, 2018 at 8:19 pm

    Surprisingly…WD 40 works …was used in Vietnam where conditions were ideal for growth and spreading…like other applications must be consistent for 4 to 6 months….or just eat right….which is easier said than done

  • Reply michael onello July 13, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    not so clear on this topic Dr. G…..?

  • Reply Matt Lauer July 13, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jul/8/fatty-foods-dont-cause-heart-disease-bread-and-pas/

  • Reply isoldam July 13, 2018 at 10:21 pm

    I had toenail fungus on both big toes, caught it in a gym shower room. I was eating a plant based diet and exercising two hours a day at the time. My circulation was great. I put tea tree oil on it twice a day and Vicks Vapor Rub and tea tree oil on it at night for more than a year. (I kept the nail cut short but did not grind down the whole nail.) The tea tree oil definitely improved the appearance of the nail, but it did not completely cure the fungus. The only thing that cured it was a prescription Lamisil antifungal for 12 weeks. It's risky for the liver ( I had to take a liver test) but I'm glad I did it. The nail fungus is finally completely gone.

  • Reply Sam July 13, 2018 at 10:34 pm

    I was already on a plant based diet when I got toe nail fungus. I found out it’s caused by a low vitamin C level in the body. I started taking Ester C in high amounts and about 5 months later it all went away and never came back. I still take the Ester C.

  • Reply SultanNify July 13, 2018 at 11:18 pm

    DOCTOR PLEASE MAKE VIDEO about white tongue and dry tongue and reasons of it. THERE ARE SO MANY SPECULATIONS on internet IDK what to believe !!!

  • Reply Marla Jacques July 13, 2018 at 11:51 pm

    If a vitamin C tab can kill recurring bacterial vaginitis
    when nothing else worked, then I'm going to crush one up with a carrier and put it on bf's toe everyday! Also use one to exfoliate my face and it takes years off

  • Reply TheToberman1 July 14, 2018 at 12:03 am

    Had better results with Oil of Oregano after only a few applications.

  • Reply TheaDragonSpirit July 14, 2018 at 12:20 am

    I worked out leaving my shoes and socks off, helps it clear up. Not sure if it's: natural light, or lack of sweat, or fungus in shoes and socks, or lack of circulation?

  • Reply Mitch Tru July 14, 2018 at 2:16 am

    Good video! Maybe you're next video if you haven't done so already would be to explain how to increase blood circulation.

  • Reply Scereyaha July 14, 2018 at 2:20 am

    Some people can't help their circulation or immune problems due to medical conditions, like autoimmune disorders or disorders affecting circulation. So they can't treat the underlying cause and have to instead treat the symptoms.

    That said, despite many prescribed treatments failing, the tea tree oil I got for my mother cleared up her nail fungus, which she has had for over 20 years, and even helping when she had to go through chemo and recovery from that [which means a heavily depressed immune system]. The oil also reversed the "pincer toe" as her physician called it, where the fungus was causing her nail's C curve to exaggerate to the point where it was pinching off a chunk of her toe. She'd had the entire nail surgically removed once and it grew back just to do the same thing… Until the tee tree oil, because it's not just anti-fungal, it also softened the nail which caused it to stop pinching off circulation and made it manageable to touch and properly trim and clean. It also has anti bacterial properties which makes it useful for preventing secondary infections in a way that other treatments weren't helping with. If I'm not mistaken it also does something to increase circulation in the tiny blood vessels of the skin, which might mean in helps in three very convenient ways all at the same time.

    I'm not a fan of just going off of any anecdotal "evidence" you might hear on something, but I am sharing this in case it helps someone, especially considering any study I've seen supports that it does help with nail fungus in exactly the ways I have observed. You can often find larger bottles of it for a lot cheaper than some other treatments and it doesn't have the same draw backs as many other treatments for long term use.

  • Reply Bob 2019 July 14, 2018 at 3:29 am

    There are many treatments, natural or otherwise, but if the fungus has spread under the nail, most solutions are temporary. To get rid of it forever takes time and a bit of devotion. Soak your toes/feet in Vinegar & Listerine daily for at least 20 minutes – more is better. This kills germs, fungi, bacteria, etc., and soaks in. If your skin gets irritated, reduce the time until your feet become more accustomed to it. Do it while you watch TV or surf the Internet each day – develop the habit. You can reuse the same basin a couple times, but this is an investment in you. You'll need to buy the BIG Listerine's and the Gallon Vinegar's. Another price is that your feet will smell interesting, unless you wash them after soaking – but I wouldn't wash it off too soon. Moving forward in life, develop the lifestyle change to always let your feet breathe, spread out, and be dry whenever possible. When a NEW nail grows in completely from the root, which may take months, you're 100% GTG for life. The worse your toes were, the more you will love your new feet! This can be life changing for those affected for many years…

  • Reply April Marie July 14, 2018 at 3:46 am

    Cost wasn't comparable for me. It cost $50 for pharmacy treatment but less than $10 for the bottle of tea tree oil and the tea tree oil worked but the expensive preperation didn't !!

  • Reply mycomage July 14, 2018 at 6:36 am

    Dr. Greger,, Will you please do a response to this guy?
    https://youtu.be/Gz0biHBJuaU

  • Reply Dylan T July 14, 2018 at 7:12 am

    humans were not built to wear socks and shoes all the time. let those toes breath.

  • Reply Sayuas July 14, 2018 at 8:20 am

    I always thought that tea tree oil was a pseudo science crock.

  • Reply Thomas July 14, 2018 at 11:46 am

    Hi,
    Is the ALA we get from flax seeds really enough to have our 250mg of EPA and DHA?

  • Reply Meagan Collins July 14, 2018 at 12:04 pm

    How do you know the fungus doesn't cause poor circulation? Is that possible

  • Reply sporto100 July 14, 2018 at 2:44 pm

    everything in your body is a matter of balance. toenail fungus means the good bacteria and fungi are being out competed by the bad. Walk around in barefeet for a summer and get the good bacteria and dirt in your toes and the toenail fungus stops and your nail grows out in 3-4 months.

  • Reply Angelica G v July 14, 2018 at 4:46 pm

    Dr. Gregor, I really wish this topic was studied more. I think it might make some people rich to find a more natural preventative and cure. So many people have this condition and our only serious remedy is a toxic RX or possibly, long-term tea tree applications? I likely contacted nail fungus as a young adult, while mindlessly walking barefoot in a gym. It has slowly invaded all my toenails. This was several years before going vegan. I've been active and a plant based vegan for over 6 years and it hasn't changed a thing for my feet. Fixing and potential poor circulation I may have (don't notice any symptoms) doesn't seem likely to improve my severe condition. After looking into every treatment available, I'm seriously considering the toxic RX, I've tried long to avoid. Please post more!

  • Reply ASAP Seder July 14, 2018 at 4:59 pm

    The "thumbnail" on this vid is nasty

  • Reply Mike Hammack July 14, 2018 at 6:50 pm

    Have you done any presentations on amygdalin?

  • Reply Anastasia Kiyasheva July 15, 2018 at 1:29 am

    Change the cover photo, it’s disgusting

  • Reply Patrick Palmarella July 15, 2018 at 1:07 pm

    Look… foods you eat either increase inflamtions or decrease it… switch to lower saturated fats. And stay off antibiodics and vaccines

  • Reply Theresa July 16, 2018 at 8:11 am

    My mother has that on one toe, but I think it's because a marble chair fell on her foot and there was huge swelling and bleeding, after which the nail came off completely. It grew back normally for a while, but then something else fell on her foot at work and that was when the problem with the fungus started.
    She eats a healthy vegan diet and does a very decent amount of excercise for a woman of 65 (She walks for about 2 hours each day and uses her bicycle to get around, and she even runs a little to get her heart rate up), so I don't think it's a problem with her circulation, or is it? What do you think?

  • Reply Vince July 16, 2018 at 8:51 pm

    I can definitely confirm the last part about if you have a blood circulation problem, then TTO treatment may not get rid of it completely and forever. I've been using TTO in jojoba base oil for a long time now. When I first started this treatment some years back, I would say over the course of first 3-6 months, yes my fungus nails looked a fair bit better. It was only half the way to the finish line though. Since that initial improvement, I have not seen any further progress in a very long time, so it's probably a circulation issue. I have that tingly feeling in my feet at times so that would confirm the poor circulation if I'm not mistaken.

  • Reply Marc Gratton July 16, 2018 at 10:19 pm

    You the topTKU

  • Reply Klad InVermont July 19, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    What about using oregano oil, since it's anti-fungal, as well?

  • Reply /ibestr July 22, 2018 at 2:00 am

    so poor blood circulation is caused by eating meat? that seems a bit off

  • Reply misaberry July 22, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Been vegan for 4 years now. and I've had one toenail fucked up for maybe..7 years? I thought there was nothing i could do so I covered it up with nailpolish… It cleared up like magic after 7 years, not because of my diet but because i was consistent with putting treatments on it. I used antifungal cream, nail laquer and tea tree oil. Prior to this i used oregano oil but it did nothing. But it may be because I wasn't as consistent. This shit takes months to clear up so consistency with treatment is key in my opinion, not diet. Just my experience

  • Reply msinbalony July 28, 2018 at 2:42 pm

    Another reason that you get it when you grow older is just because when you're older your nails and hair grow slower, and so it's harder to get rid of the fungus. I've tried Oregano oil for a very long time. And I was persistent. Didn't help enough. Gave up and went for the meds, which I'm takin for 2 months now. Am vegan by the way.

  • Reply pomegranateorange August 15, 2018 at 1:25 pm

    Too much intonation. To fast talking. Difficult to catch up

  • Reply macboogieland August 25, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    how do you deal with the smell? putting on the toes at night might be alright since it's before i go to bed, but what about during the day? it's just a really intense smell and people around you will notice it if you smell like it daily

  • Reply Chris Mersits September 3, 2018 at 9:48 pm

    Eradicating the fungus on a vegan diet is going to be extremely difficult without the use of oral anti fungal meds. Carbohydrates are what the fungus feed on. The best natural cure is to significantly restrict your carb intake, similar to a ketogenic diet.

  • Reply Qwerty September 7, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    I’ve never tried tea tree oil but I noticed after being LFPB for 1.5 years that it was completely gone.

    I started eating higher fat and protein (still plant based) and it came back. I try to stick to low fat but other than my nail I feel a lot healthier eating higher amount of fat and protein.

    I may go back to eating low fat for a few months and see the effects.

  • Reply mandandi November 16, 2018 at 9:57 am

    I had foot fungus for years – had systemic candida overgrowth, which led to many other parasite and viral infections. The most difficult one to clear has been foot fungal infections due to re-infections from shoes!! I finally decided to make a concoction of oils and parasite killing herbs(boiled a teaspoon of wormwood, cloves, burdock bark etc, let it cool), and added 100 drops each of both tea tree oil and eucalyptus oil. I applied the mixture to my socks each morning and wore different shoes each day. The first week, I had bad flareups on both feet. After 2 weeks of this, and I am now clear of foot fungus. Best natural medicine ever for persistent fungal infections I ever came across. The oils stick inside the shoes and hopefully will last longer in there killing the bugs; but haven't damaged them as far as I can tell so far.

  • Reply Tia April 17, 2019 at 6:27 pm

    I’m trying a combination of lamisil tablets & tea tree. And then almond oil to promote growth. Let’s kill this shit! Iv had it for 6 fucking years. I’m only 23 & never been able to go get my feet done in a salon. It’s so disheartening. I’m constantly hiding them & wearing socks! Iv even tried soaking my feet in pure bleach! Let’s see how far this takes me!

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  • Reply S May May 17, 2019 at 8:15 pm

    Do you think stuttering like you're unsure about what you're saying is cute? I find it disingenuous and irritating

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  • Reply R a July 13, 2019 at 4:10 pm

    Vitamin shoppe – OreganoL p73. Applied one or two drops on each nail, mornings and evenings

  • Reply Gwenedd July 18, 2019 at 5:57 pm

    Got rid of mine by soaking in 50% apple cider vinegar for four months EVERY day. I have been eating a low fat plant based for a few years before I got it. I am 70 and my circulation is great. Mine happened after a vacation (dirty shower stalls perhaps?)

  • Reply Simon Peters July 18, 2019 at 9:57 pm

    Most annoying attempt by the voiceover to sound ‘natural’. It doesn’t!

  • Reply LovesDaisies July 21, 2019 at 4:25 pm

    I can't get past the voiceover. It's killing me.

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  • Reply Papiringo August 3, 2019 at 3:19 am

    I would give you a thumb up but it has fungus

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