Here are lots of drops of lava And lava is now heading that way Those feet just run away [sister] What’s he saying?
Here are lots of drops of lava And lava is now heading that way Those feet just run away [sister] What’s he saying?
So the stomach and bladder are all along this
area. The bladder is here, the small intestines and anything having to do with the stomach
is all along here. So a good thing to do is kind of worm it and move your thumb inwards
and move everything out, all the
way to the heart and then just relax. Go right above the heel and move it out. Then for the
heel you are going to do the same thing. Just go across the heel and worm it and that’s the bladder and the stomach, the
best way to get to it when you’re doing reflexology.
Greetings my beautiful lovelies! Hello, it’s Emmy! Welcome back to the ♪ second day of Gutmas. ♪ If you missed the first day, be sure to click that link there, or there, and check it out where I eat a pig’s heart. So today and tomorrow are going to be combined into one recipe called menudo. Menudo is a Mexican very stewy soup that contains tripe and sometimes pig trotter which isn’t part of guts at all, I know, but again we use the term Gutmas very loosely here. And that’s why we’re gonna cover day two and day three with menudo. I’ve never actually had menudo before — my dad loves it my mom makes menudo and pozole for him all the time. My folks live in Southern, California… So, I thought I’d make it and share it with you guys today. It is a little bit labor-intensive, mostly in the time it requires to cook it. The tripe, or the stomach lining, takes a long time to cook and to tenderize. So do the pig trotters. But first let’s talk a little bit about tripe. So tripe is the stomach lining of a ruminant. A ruminant is an animal that has a multi-chambered stomach. It has a multi-chambered stomach for a reason because they eat lots of plants. Now, let’s just use a cow for an example — and the cow is chewing on some grass, and it’s mixed with saliva, and it goes down to chambers one and chambers two which are the rumen and the reticulum — also known as flat blanket tripe and honeycomb tripe — it goes into those chambers where it kind of sits and does this kind of pre-fermentation. Then the substance, called the cud, is regurgitated and the cow chews it again; hence the word ruminate: to chew again. So the cut is chewed, and it goes back down, it goes into the third chamber, which is called the omasum — this part is also eaten — then it goes down to the fourth chamber called the abamasum (which isn’t really consumed much because it contains lots of glandular tissue) and then it continues down to the small intestine. All right, so that’s a little physiology for you. Pig trotters, on the other hand, are pretty straightforward. I got mine from the butcher shop where they cut it very kindly for me into pieces. And it’s full of collagen and cartilage and makes a really great gel. I think this is probably the origins of dishes like aspics: using this kind of hoof material, and leg material, to create a natural jelly. So the first thing we want to do is prepare our tripe: we want to make sure it’s really, really clean. Run it under lots and lots of water. Give it a good scrub. And then we’re gonna cut it into bite-sized pieces. Same thing with our pig trotter: we want to make sure it’s really clean. Give this a good rinse as well. In a large stock pot, we’re gonna place our trotter, and all of our tripe, and enough water to cover everything. We’re also going to add a half an onion; a good pinch of Mexican oregano; and about four or five cloves of garlic. Bring this up to a boil and then allow it to simmer for two-and-a-half to four hours until your tripe is nice and tender. And you’ll notice a color change in the broth, too, as it cooks. When you’re getting closer, it’ll get kind of this milky color. And when you lift the trotters out of the soup, they’ll just fall right off. I’m gonna skim all the fat off we can… as possible. You can also refrigerate this, and then you can just very easily remove all the fat from the top. So, once the broth is finished, we’re gonna scoop out all of the pig trotters, and pick out all the bones. And that way it’ll make it a lot easier to eat. Place the meat back. Now we’re going to make our chili place. This is full of flavor. We’re going to take our guajillo chilis — so you’re gonna toast them on a really hot cast-iron griddle — maybe thirty seconds on both sides till you can really smell these kind of fruity toasty aromas. Then we’re gonna cover them with boiling water and allow them to rest for about a half an hour. So after it’s been soaking for about a half an hour, you can pull the peppers out and the seeds will fall out as well. You can also take the seeds out before you soak it — however you want to do it. So we’re going to place the soaked chilies along with four cloves of garlic, and maybe a quarter cup of water —
enough to kind of get the blender going — and whiz that up till you have a nice rich paste. Then we’re gonna place the paste and press it through a sieve to remove all of the skins. And now we have this beautiful red paste… And then add one twenty-ounce can of hominy. Hominy is corn that has been processed so it has this really great kind of crunchy, meaty… um…texture to it. So we’re going to bring this back up to a boil, and simmer this for another forty to forty-five minutes to get all the flavors mixed together. So, at this point, we can serve it, or we can place this in the refrigerator and allow all the flavors to get friendly, and then serve it the next day. Just like a stew, it tastes better the next day. All right, so that wraps up day two of Gutmas. Please come back tomorrow for day three to see me taste my beautiful menudo. And yeah, if you missed day one, be sure to check that out. I hope you guys are having a great holiday season so far, and yeah, share this video with your friends; follow me on social media; and I shall see you in the next one. Toodle-oo! Take care! Byee!
Well with the name like athlete’s foot you might think the condition is a good thing but anyone who’s ever dealt with athlete’s foot knows better athlete’s foot is a fungal infection meaning it’s caused by a fungus something found in mushrooms mold and mildew so doctor again tell us why causes fungus to grow in our feet in the first place? Okay so as Laura mentioned athlete’s foot is due to a fungal infections more specifically due to tinea pedis okay so this is a fungal this is a fungus that enjoys moisture especially in between our toes and in the bottom of our feet it can form cracks what we call redness of the in between the feet okay and and a lot of itching can occur okay and redness as we’re seeing in this picture the interesting thing is that believe it or not they even though you can practice good hygiene we recommend for you to really wash your socks because guess what the fungus can be dormant in the socks so washing your socks regularly is something that I really really advocate to eradicate this bug from reoccurring in your feet and interestingly as well is that the majority 30 to 40 percent of the time it can be eradicated on its own now if you see that your your symptoms are not improving and you continue with the itching and the redness is just kind of spreading throughout we recommend at that point for you to take a prescribed topical antifungal medication.
Tired and sore feet are common ailments suffered
by many. They occur when we walk too much, when we
exert ourselves or when we wear improper footwear. Today’s video will discuss how to treat
foot issues with vinegar, as well as how to make a vinegar foot soak that will relieve
the feet of such troubles. Before beginning, it is important to note
that these methods should not be used by someone who has diabetes, as complications can occur. Any foot issues should be cared for by that
person’s medical treatment team to ensure their safety. Vinegar is a safe substance and can even be
consumed. However, when used as a foot soak, it is important
to dilute it. To make the soak, use one part vinegar to
two parts water. The soak will be strong smelling at first
and essential oils can be added to the mixture to change the smell. Research has found that vinegar has anti-fungal
properties that help to cleanse the foot. It can also be used to help fight foot odors. Prior to placing feet in the vinegar foot
soak, it is especially important to wash them thoroughly with soap and water. Soaking feet in a vinegar foot soak can also
help to treat, neutralize and cure athlete’s foot, which is a fungal infection that affects
the toes and foot. The vinegar can also help to treat toenail
fungus for the same reason. Dry and cracked feet can also benefit from
this soak. For this soak, use cool water, since hot water
tends to dry out the skin more. Also, after soaking the feet, be sure to put
on cotton socks in order for the feet to breathe. Vinegar can even treat warts and callouses
on the feet because of it’s exfoliating properties. After using the vinegar soak, use a foot file
to rid your feet of any rough skin. In a more concentrated treatment, vinegar
can be added directly to the trouble areas on the feet with a cotton ball.
Today we’re talking about GynaeLase which is a vaginal treatment that targets a range of common gynaelogical conditions from menopausal dryness to stretching after childbirth. The idea of having a treatment for some of these issues may seem a little intimidating so we asked the expert Dr. Garry Cussell of Specialist Clinics of Australia to find out what’s involved. GynaeLase is a non-surgical treatment program that uses heat therapy to treat three main problems. The first is stress incontinence which is another name for light bladder leakage. Some people also call this “the sneeze wee”. It’s an inability to control the urge to urinate during coughing, sneezing or during exercise. The second problem is vaginal atrophy which is a degeneration in vaginal tissue and is often associated with menopause. Sufferers notice symptoms like vaginal dryness and burning, more frequent urinary tract infections and discomfort during intercourse. The third problem that GynaeLase treats is vaginal laxity. This is often a problem for women after childhood and occurs when the vaginal tissue loses strength and the ability to contract impacting on sensitivity and sensation during intercourse. GynaeLase uses thermal heat therapy and your body’s natural regenerative processes to treat these problems. Without getting too technical, by heating the vagina wall, the treatment stimulates tissue regeneration and collagen production. This process causes the collagen fibres to contract and tighten in the vagina which improves elasticity. It also encourages the production of new healthy tissue that thickens and strengthens the vaginal wall. This process gives you more strength and tightness to reduce leakages. It also improves moisture, normalizes ph levels and restores the healthy lining of the vagina. GynaeLase balances healthy bacteria levels targeting symptoms like dryness and burning to make intercourse more comfortable. Before starting any treatment you will have a comprehensive consultation to determine whether you’re eligible for the program. Typically a treatment once a month for three months is recommended for best results. You’ll also need a maintenance treatment 1 to 2 times a year but this can vary person-to-person. Each treatment usually last about 30 minutes and Dr Cussell says most people report it’s relatively painless – even less uncomfortable than a pap smear. Some people do get a feeling of heat around the outer sensitive areas however numbing cream can be applied. After having the treatment you don’t need to do much in terms of aftercare, just refrain from having intercourse the 2 to 5 days. Some women may also experience discharge as the vagina environment normalizes. As the treatment stimulates the body’s own natural processes the results will be different for each individual and may also vary depending on the condition being treated. You may feel an immediate improvement and this will continue to progress over the next two treatments and over the next few months as the new tissue builds and strengthens. GynaeLase is a treatment option that is non-hormonal and non-surgical. It can address multiple concerns in three easy sessions. It works to stimulate your own natural processes giving you peace of mind that you’re not adding artificial elements to your body. Thanks for watching guys. You can find more information about Specialist Clinics of Australia and the GynaeLase treatment below. Don’t forget to give us a thumbs up if you found this useful and subscribe to our YouTube channel because we’ve got more great videos coming up.
What’s up my toes? Here we are right after Christmas. Hope everyone had a happy holiday. I hope you guys are all feeling good and jolly. I’ve got a little bit more time, a few more days before the end of the year. So I just wanted to give a little shout out to all of you again for for all the support. Before I start this video, I just want to get some feedback from you guys. I really enjoy making these videos; it’s a lot of fun. I love seeing the comments and the feedback. So I just want to see how we can improve this or I could improve this in the new year. Making these videos sometimes takes a lot of time for me, especially if I do have a pretty busy schedule. I do work some long hours at the office so sometimes, it’s really tough for me to just sit down and get it done. What would be the best thing for you guys in the new year to get as much content out? Where can I find that balance between surgeries, ingrown toenails versus routine care like corns, calluses, and nails and then educational stuff? I would love to hear what you guys would have to say to me. I was thinking that maybe I could do one video a week of more of a treatment, whether it’s a surgery or foot care, and then another video of me just doing more of a vlog kind of style, an educational bit. That would allow me to put a lot more content out. I could definitely discuss different topics every week such as, you know, “the best way to treat nail fungus” or maybe “how to handle foot pain”. Things like that. So why don’t you guys give me some feedback? You guys enjoy this video and let’s hear what you guys have to say. If you guys haven’t checked out my website yet, why don’t you guys go take a look at www.thetoebro.com See what I have to offer. I’m looking to make it more as an open portal for you guys to get access to some of the products that I use, that my patients have access to. So it’d be great if you guys don’t know what kind of items to use for your own feet, maybe this could be a tool for you. At the same time, I’m gonna try to start writing some articles for you guys to give you some more information; just a basic blog, articles about taking care of your feet, or new topics. So if you haven’t, like I said, check it out www.thetoebro.com. Anything you guys purchase from me really helps support me, helps support me making content, and keeping this journey going. So I really appreciate all the love and support. Hope you guys enjoy this video! Can’t wait to see you in the new year!
Toe Bro, out! TB: The toe hurts because it’s again, it’s very thick, it’s not sitting flat, it’s going up in the air. Patient: And I know that the frying pan fell on that too. TB: So like I said, trauma can change the nail. So I know you thought there was nail fungus in all these discolored nails… P: Yeah. TB: But no. With our ethnicity, certain ethnicities will cause the nail to turn P: And I was apply (?) thinking it’s not changing at all. TB: No, and it wasn’t changing because it’s not nail fungus. P: But it used to give me a good look of the nails after putting it on. TB: And that’s why the oil made it look shiny. So what we discussed, I’m gonna give you that medicine not medicine, this healthy nail solution to improve the look of the nails. Okay? The other thing you really need to do is moisturize the skin. Because the circulation isn’t good, we really need to add more moisture to the feet and to the nails. So you need to start applying some sort of cream or lotion to the foot every single day. P: I do that especially I use oil, (?) oil, TB: Yeah. P: And I use cream at night but it is not helping me so I’m just… TB: Well I’m gonna put on something that’s a little different, okay? This cream does two things: one, it has fat cells that are very similar to the body skin cells and it helps fill in the cracks to make it a smooth surface. P: Okay, TB: The second thing it does, it builds a barrier over the skin protecting and keeping the moisture inside so it doesn’t dry out and it’s not a cream; it’s a foam. So we’re gonna see how this one works, okay? So what we’re gonna do with this one, we’re gonna trim the nail back, make it as thin as we can with the nail file afterwards, okay? P: Yeah. That nail, I didn’t feel anything. This nail, I am feeling it. TB: Again, because it is thicker. P: Yeah. TB: If it gets a little sore ,you let me know. P: Yeah. TB: So when the nail is lifted like this, things like fungus can grow underneath. P: So is it there in this nail? TB: We’re gonna see because the back of the nail looks very healthy; it’s just this bad lifted part that has that more of a yellowish look. Like I said before, when a nail is lifted and not attached, it tends to look more yellow since it doesn’t have the connection to the skin P: And the blood circulation. TB: That’s right. TB: You okay? P: Yeah, I’m okay until now. TB: So what we’re gonna do now is I’m just gonna file all the nails thin, okay? P: Okay. TB: So what we’re gonna do the same thing on the other foot we’re gonna do in this one. We’re just gonna file all the nails thin, okay? If you feel any heat, you let me know, okay,? Just keep your foot there. Just like this. No, relax your foot, relax your foot, relax your foot. Just like that. You okay? P: Yeah, I’m fine. TB: Just like that. Look at that! If you feel any heat, let me know, okay? P: Yeah, okay. TB: No, no more nail. P: Oh. TB: So, if you can see when we file and get rid of all the dead skin on top, the nail is very healthy, very pink. There’s no yellow, green, white kind of mold underneath. This is not a fungal nail. It’s just a nail that has had these dark lines and that’s sometimes the way our ethnicity works; we get these darkened lines. Okay now the big one, okay? P: Yeah. P: So it would grow but it wasn’t growing on me? TB: Yes the nail is only attached to this point. After this point, it grows up in the air because the nail bed has been damaged. So it’s never going to grow normal again. So the solution… P: Yeah but I want a good nail. TB: But unfortunately, there’s no more good nail; no more. This is the most nail that’s gonna be attached to the skin as possible. Because the moment you let it grow long, it’s gonna grow up in the air and that’s because the nail bed itself has been damaged.
You see all the skin here? It’s rock hard. P: Does it look like fungus? TB: No fungus. It’s just a thickened, damaged nail. A lot of people look at this and think it’s fungus but it’s not; it’s just a damaged toenail. So our two options is to file this down every couple of months to keep it smooth and look good or P: I can’t see my nail. TB: Pardon? P: I can’t see my nail; I’m feeling bad for it. TBL But don’t worry! Don’t feel bad for the nail. He’s okay. He’s here still. If you get tired of filing it down, then the only other thing to do is to remove the nail permanently. No more toenail. Because this toenail is never gonna grow normal again. It’s never going to go flat. Once you leave it to grow long, it’s gonna have bumps and lines. If you look at the rest of your toes, everything looks so pink and smooth. It looks very good and that’s because there’s some water; it looks moisturized. That’s why we’re gonna put cream on the feet today, then we’re gonna use that a healthy nail solution to keep the nails nourished. Okay? P: Yeah, sure. TB: Moisturizing the skin and the nails is very important to help it look better but once you go away to Alberta, you need to find someone who’s gonna continue to file these nails down to keep them looking smooth. P: Okay. Okay, you see how nice they look? Much, much better. So you are using the (?), I know a lot of people will tell you to use (?) but that’s because, when they really look at the nail and they don’t file it down, they don’t see that it’s a healthy nail. P: Yeah. TB: Did the last person you went to, did they file down the nail? P: This way? TB: Yes. P: No. TB: What did they use? P: She just cut it and trimmed it. TB: That’s it? No filing? P: Filing but not electric. TB: Okay. Filing is very, very important because it allows us to take off all the bad skin, a bad nail, okay? So if you look, your foot looks pretty good. You see that? Look how healthy they look. And that’s because there’s no fungus; it’s just a damaged nail. P: So I can use a false nail? (laughs) TB: You can put a false nail! But again, so what we’re gonna do, we’re gonna put on some of that foot foam we talked about, okay? P: Yes, yes. TB: So you just need a little ball, like this, P: Yeah. TB: And you can put it on the tops and bottoms of the foot. P: Okay. TB: You put this on every day, once a day for a good at least two weeks, and then you can get away with every other day. So this is actually safe for diabetics. It’s safe for people have eczema. You can use it in between the toes. P: Do I have it between the toes because I don’t think so. TB: No. No but it’s safe to put inbetween the toes because it’s very light. P: I was thinking about maybe throwing away my shoes because I thought maybe the fungus was coming from my shoes. TB: But look at that! No fungus, no fungus. I see a lot of those people who have black lines and a nail and they think it’s fungus; it’s not. Fungus is usually yellow, white, greenish, and it’s very crumbly. P: It was black so I was worried. TB: Okay. So you see how much healthier the skin looks now? P: Yeah. TB: So this is something you have to do every day. If you use this for two weeks, then you don’t have to do it as much afterwards. P: Oh, okay. TB: Okay? And then what you can do in the morning as well… we’ll put the foot just like that, you can relax the foot just like that you okay? P: Yeah. TB: You use that little nail solution I showed you and all you have to do is you just have to spray the nails. P: Yeah. TB: Just like that, okay? P: To keep it… TB: Nourished. So in here, you have biotin, in liquid form, so you don’t have to take anything orally and this will just give the nails new life. P: Okay. TB: Okay. P: But I think you start over too because it affects everything. TB: Yes, it does it does, but you can see if you were to maintain your skin and your nails like this, this is how they are always gonna look. P: Oh, okay. TB: That looks good! Much better than before. P: Much better! TB: Okay. So this is what we’re gonna start doing, so I’m gonna do the other foot and then we’re all finished. P: Okay
tired and aching feet are conditions
very recurrent in our society. With the busy life and our social obligations,
often we opted for appearance over comfort and feet are the most affected
because of this choice. Therefore, we will try to talk about the benefits
vinegar to treat your feet. Before continuing it is important to remember that
the use of vinegar in the feet, can cause complications for people with diabetes, so before
applying vinegar, look for a doctor to see if you can use this treatment. Vinegar is a safe substance to
consuming, but when used to keep sauce feet is important dilute it. Therefore, for each part vinegar use two
parts of water. The bath will have a strong smell, but it can
be remedied by adding an essential oil I prefer the mixture. Remember to wash your feet with soap and water
before pouring them soak. Research shows that vinegar has properties
antifungal that help clean the feet. So let soak feet in vinegar
help end the foot odor. Place the soak feet in vinegar also
helps in the treatment and cure of chilblains, which is a yeast infection in the region
feet. Being antifungal, vinegar helps treat
infections on the feet and nails. Vinegar also helps combat crack
on the feet. To treat foot crack use cold water
instead of hot water to your feet do not become dehydrated. Also, vinegar also has properties
esfoliastes that help treat warts and corns on the feet. After leaving your feet in vinegar sauce with
water, exfoliate your feet to remove the skin dead. In more severe cases, you can apply
the vinagra directly on the affected areas by calluses and fungus. Now that you have learned the power of vinegar
to treat your feet, prepare your bath and let your
Hello! I’m Nicole. And today, I’m going to teach you a powerful home
remedy for treating toenail fungus. We are working with the fungus that you see underneith the nail. If underneith your nails looks like this, this is a fungus …and it need to be taken care of… If you’re working with someone foot I strongly suggest that you wear gloves. In order to start this remedy, first we’re going to use garlic. Garlic can be purchase at your local grocery store or just pull some from your backyard garden. You don’t want to use the garlic that
comes from the grocery store that’s already minced… because that may have been pasteurized
or treated with heat; and or other chemicals. You want to use
a garlic clove that looks like this. Now we know that it hasn’t
been heateded…so it’s garlic. That’s going to actually burn when you use it. I’m going to show you how
easiest it is to actually peel a garlic clove. It’s very easy to peel. All you’re going to do is start at the top and pull it off. It peels very easily. Squeeze it a little and it cracks right open. It would be a little easier if I sit this down. Just squeeze it a little. And it peels right off. Now we have a peed garlic clove. Now we’re going to bruise it. Because when we bruise the garlic by breaking it open, it actually gives off the chemicals that we need. Now, that our garlic clove has been peeled, we’re going to crush it. I’m simply using a regular fork. And I’m going to squash it down with a fork. That garlic is going to break open and give off a powerful scent. It’s very easy to do. I’ve crushed one side; now I’ve crushed the other. All you’re doing is literally mincing the garlic. Again, garlic has a very powerful smell. You’re going to go over it a few time; until it’s broken up into little pieces. If you have a blender, you could stick it into a blender. Or if you have a Vita Mix or some other high powered machine you could use that to help break apart your garlic. Even a food processor would work, but if you have none of those…you could simply use an old-fashionn kitchen fork. Ok so, this is what it should look like. Just
a bunch of garlic pieces. Then you’re going to take your garlic pieces and pour them into a bowl or a cup. I already have our mixture premade. However, you’re going to pour yours into a cup or a bowl. Then you’re going to add one tablespoon of olive oil. You could use olive oil or a coconut oil or any other carrier oil. We want to use an oil that has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. And if it offer anti-fungal properties as well THAT’S GREAT! In my bowl, I have that minced garlic and -NOT MINCED GARLIC, but the minced garlic clove. Remember, you want to use a clove. So in my bowl I have the minced garlic clove and 1 tablespoon of olive oil. In my bowl, I’ve included garlic cloves that have been minced and olive oil. Can you see that? That’s just olive oil and garlic cloves. That’s what we’re going to use. Now that out premix has been made, we’re going to clean the foot. We’re going to do this by using vinegar
I’m using apple cider vinegar. You can use apple cider vinegar or white
vinegar both are very strong, both are powerful, both are will work for this home remedy. Now we’re going to spray the foot paying close attention to the toenails. It isn’t necessary to rub the foot because the vinegar is actually doing the work for you. If you have time, I suggest that you let
your foot air dry. You’re going to let the vinegar dry
naturally. For this video, we’re going to dry it. We’re simply going to dry it with a cloth. Again, for you at home, let it naturally dry -so the vinegar can begin doing it’s work. . It should only take about 12 minutes for the foot to dry with vinegar on it. Now once the foot is completely dry -and it is…can you see that? It’s completely dry. Now you want to take your mixture and you’re going to apply it to the toenails. Garlic is very powerful. It’s a very powerful
anti-fungal. Now, I’ve rubbed all of the garlic and olive oil onto the toenails. Also make sure the bed of the nail is covered as well. Now, I’m going to bend the foot over so you can see what it looks like. All the garlic and the olive oil has been
applied to the foot -paying close attention to the toenail. I literally have chance of growing Now we’re going to wrap to foot for 24 hours. So I’m just going to use a piece of saran wrap. It’s going to go over the top of the toenails. And wrapping it around…now I’m literally wrapping it around. It doesn’t need to be a
tight wrap. A loose wrap is just fine. This is going to help add heat. And it’s also going to help feel the garlic oil and olive oil on the skin.
garlic I’m going to use an extra piece. Just to make sure that it stays nice and secure. ctual peace just make sure it stays
nice and secure This only needs to stay on for 24 hours. You can leave it on for less, but I would suggest 24 hours. If you actually want the fungus to be gone. How does that feel? It’s fine. Good! Not too tight? No. Good! Now we’re going to
put your sock on. Could you pass me that sock? Thank you! And now we’re going to put a sock over it. This just adds more heat. Along with adding heat. It helpful but stay protected. We’re going to pull this off in 24 hours and see what it looks like. Now it’s been 24 hours so we’re going to remove the sock. And…I want to be very careful with taking off the socks so that the plastic is not ripped away with the sock. So I’m going to slowly get the sock over the heel gently. And they don’t want to role the sock up. I’m rolling the sock up to make sure that the plastic stays in place. Ok, now I’m going to cut the saran wrap off. Make sure you’re very gentle with this
process. You don’t want to hurt anyone. Just
carefully snip. Boy, this garlic foot sure smells great! But I like the scent of garlic. OH WOW! That is a be a big difference! OH MY GOODNESS! Wow okay don’t turn your foot too much because I have the camera on zoom. I want everyone to be able to see under your toenails. It looks totally different. That fungus is super soft in there. As a matter-of-fact ladies and gentlemen, the garlic has turned green. I’m going to turning cameras that you can get close shot of this this. This is amazing! Stay right there please. Oh my goodness! Let’s get a closer look. Wow! I am really surprised! Now that the plastic has been removed,
you can see that the garlic is green! The garlic that was once cream is now green. This has gone in and began to
break down the fungus. And as it has broken down the fungus the
garlic has changed colors. Now you can take a closer look under the nail bed. The nail bed that was very white underneath it, due to the fungus is now extremely soft. And almost transparent. Take a look at
that! That is amazing! This is a home remedy that works! Oh I’m so we tried this! Now, what I would do is…I take a
brush and I would brush the rest the fungus from out of there. If you don’t have a brush, I would use the metal piece that comes on a nail clipper set. I don’t have that with me. I wasn’t
prepared to see it looking like this, but now that we do, I’m going to use the
temple this sheer to see how soft… Wow! Wow! Wow! That is so! Oh my gosh! It’s just pulling
right out of there. Do you see that? Well you probably can’t see it very-well from your angle. It is just pulling right out of there. Oh wow! Very easy! Ummm, I’m trying to be careful because I’m
holding the cam with one hand and the sheer in the other hand. Normally, I would have it on a tripod, but I wanted to get a close-up shot at this so that you could see it for yourselves. It is very soft in there and all that fungus is just rubbing right out. WOW! Now, after I finish getting all of the fungus out, I would then do this again another night If you can bare it another night. Ummm, I must tell you, it was worn for 24 hours and… It was reported to me that there was some shifting of the plastic wrap during walking.. And our foot volunteer said that it might be best if you put this on at night time before you go to bed. But from cutting it off and seeing where the garlic placement is… it looks to me like it worked just fine. I suggest you do this for 24 hours. But again our foot volunteer suggests volunteer/foot model suggested that you do this at nighttime. But again, it has pulled the fungus out from underneath the toenail. It has made that fungus like mush. Look at that! It’s just going to take a second for focusing…but ummm… look at that! It has pulled that fungus out like mashed potatoes. It has just come out of their. It’s very soft and easy to pull out. Again after doing this the first day, I
would do it again a second. First I would continue scrapping all of the fungus out of there. Now that it’s so soft and transparent. I would finish scraping all that fungus out…and then I would reapply immediatly. WOW! This looks great! It’s amazing! Sir, can I get you to take a look at your foot and tell us what you think? Oh yea, it is transparent! It looks like it’s easy to pull out. Good! Yeah it’s nice! So is this the end result that you were expecting? Or is it better or worse here expecting? I was hoping for something maraculious like this but, I wasn’t expecting much at all! But it has exceed what I expected! Have you tried things in the past? Yes, I have. Sir, have you had any prescriptions
for your feet in the past? Have you tried other prescription medications? Yes, a typical. That I bought from a store; but it didn’t work that well. Okay so did it make your fungus soft? Or did it pretty much do
nothing? I mean, what were the effects of what you brought from the store? After a month of using it, I still had the fungus under my toenails. Oh my gosh! After one month of usage you still have fungus? Wow! Well this is a…you all heard it for
yourselves. I’m a little tongue tied. You hear it for yourselves. After purchasing items in the store and using them for one month, they were ineffective. However after trying this home remedy for 24 hours, has worked. And the foot fungus is extremely soft nearly transparent…znd it’s easy to pull out. if you like this video please subscribe! For our current subscribers -thank you guys! also please join me on Facebook at Nicole Heart.
TB: We use the nail file afterwards, okay? Daughter: Okay. TB: But you have to do one thing. You know what that is? You have to sit there and look pretty. (laughter) TB: I’m sure you can do that, right? Okay, so let’s trim these nails. Poor you! These don’t hurt you walking around? Daughter: Yeah, they do. TB: They do? I’m sure. D: That’s why I said they need to come and… See, I’m off work so I can I can take her. TB: Oh, that’s nice. D: If I am working, there is no way I can do it because of the timeframe. And you’re are you open on Saturdays? TB: Open on Saturdays. D: Really! TB: Monday to Saturday. D: Oh my goodness! I never knew that, but I bet you’re always booked on Saturdays. TB: Its a pretty busy day. D: I’m sure because for most people, that’s the available time they have. TB: Yeah, so we work 9:00 a.m. 9:30 till around 6:30 to 7:30 at night. D: Really? I never knew that! TB: Yeah. So now we’re working on a big; one a little bit little. You okay? P: Yeah. TB: You’re too cool for words aren’t you? D: Look at that. Whoah! Almost looks like it is going to fall out, ay? TB: But it’s not going anywhere if we don’t trim it. P: Do you mean that’s all my toenails I’m gonna get? TB: Yeah. P: Oh my goodness! Why, because they’re hard? TB: Because it looks like they’ve been damaged as well. So as you get older, and if you leave the nail to grow too long, and that’s what happens. D: Okay. Wow. It’s like they’re brittle like it’s just… TB: Coming right off. D: Yeah. TB: So the rest we’re gonna file nice. D: My goodness, TB: So now, we’re gonna make you into a house cat so no more street fights, okay? You gotta stay inside look and look pretty. (laughter) D: Now she can wear her closed shoes. She wasn’t able to wear the closed one. Because they were paining her when she does it. TB: Yeah, it’s a little too thick for closed toed shoes. So I know you’re gonna go home and put on the heels right away, right? D: You’re so funny! Oh my goodness! TB: I finally got something out of you today. Look at you; now you’re laughing! Oh, I thought you weren’t listening to me? I thought you weren’t listening to me but you were. D: Just kind of scared to see what’s gonna happen you know. TB: Any pain? P: No. TB: No. D: Good, good. TB: You want me to save these nails? We can put it on a necklace for you as a memory. (laughter) You laughing still? That’s good. D: I wouldn’t want to see that! TB: Forget pearls, this is the new pearls! See I know I can joke with you Caribbean girls. I guess you guys can handle it. Mama can handle it right? D: You make me scared to look at it. TB: No, I’m scared too. I’m not gonna look! Just keep my eyes closed. Any pain? P: No. TB: No. D: It’s okay. TB: We’re going nice and slow nice and gentle. D: Which foot normally pains you, Mom?
Which foot is it on, this one? Is that foot the one that always pains you? P: Both of them. D: Both of them. Okay. TB: But now no excuse. Now when the dance come, now you get a bump and wind. You’re gonna dance and move you’re gonna be moving now. Nothing can stop you! D: Nothing can hold her back! TB: No excuses now! So when the dance floor opens, that’s where you’re gonna be. TB: Okay, we’re getting quite a lot off even without using the file yet. So see this part? You see all that? That’s all dead skin, fungus, D: Really? TB: That’s living underneath the nail. How much better is that though? D: It’s so much better! TB: Okay, we got one more foot. One more foot so that means one more one more camera angle. I say we got to make you super-famous. Okay. You okay? P: Yes, yes. TB: So you don’t be shy in the future to tell somebody that your nails are too long, okay? You gotta let them know; you’re too sweet. I just had an idea what you can do next time If they’re getting long but you don’t want to tell anyone just just touch them with your nails, just scratch them a little bit. They’ll know give them a little paw. D: Well now that I found you, I’ll take her more often. So maybe I can book an appointment two much from the now? TB: Yeah. D: On a Saturday though. TB: Yeah, that’s no problem. So we’ll start with two months, see how much the nail grows back. Sometimes these thicker ones don’t grow too fast. You, okay? Was that a little sore? P: Please (say again)? TB: Was that sore or no? P: No. D: It’s not hurting? TB: Are you lying or you just being sweet? D: Does it hurt you when he’s cutting it? TB: A little bit? Was it a little sensitive? D: Did it hurt? P: A little bit. TB: A little bit. Okay, so next time, throw something at her so I know. (laughter) See the problem with this one, the nail was so curled, it was growing into the skin. D: Wow! TB: If you want to look it right over here. D: That would have been hard, ay? Are you able to cut it out? TB: Yeah, I got out and luckily, it didn’t pierce the skin.. It was just right into it. D: Wow! TB: That was the only sort piece; it was deep! This one right here. That’s why I was a little bit sensitive for you. P: Okay. TB: But you made it through. D: Thank God, yeah. D: That clipper works wonders, ay, with your arms? TB: The both of them. You okay? D: Is it at all a bit painful there? P: Uh humm. TB: Yeah, this one was right in the skin too on that side? Wooh! Almost had a wound. Take a look at this one. This is good for you to see. It’s really deep really deep in the corner. Luckily, there’s no cut. D: That’s good. Maybe that’s why that one was stinging there. TB: Both of them. This one and this one. That’s why it was sore when I trimmed them. You didn’t feel anything on all the other ones, right? P: No. TB: Just these two because those ones were the most growing into the skin. But it wasn’t too painful was it? P: No, no. TB: No just a little touch just to let you know you’re alive. See if there’s no pain, there’s no fun in that. Okay. What we’re gonna do is put the feet down. And I’m gonna file the toenails flat. D: So you’re finished? That was fast. TB: Yeah. Perfect okay, so this doesn’t hurt. What we’re doing is using the file with a little bit of water. To make everything nice and smooth. Okay. P: Yes. TB: Let’s see if we can go nice and close. So, what will happen in the future, will be nice, it won’t be so much work in the future because we’re gonna get them extremely thin. It won’t focus on your on your foot. There we go. Okay, so there’s a little bit of water that keeps the toe nice and cool. If you feel any heat, you let me know. Look at her, you’re not a chicken. You’re a tough girl. Or you like the heat. In the Caribbean we like the heat. We’re gonna keep it cool. So you just relax. There’s a little bit of water, okay? Here we go. Any pain? P: No. TB: Today is like a little spa day for you. D: How long have you been doing this? TB: :I’ve been sitting in that chair since a little baby in this room watching pops do this. D: Oh really? So where is Pops? TB: Pops retired now. D: Okay. TB: He’s taking it easy D: That’s good. You really liked it? TB:As a kid I hated it. My job was to take off the shoes and socks for everybody. But if I grew old, all right, I learned to enjoy it. D: That’s good. It’s good you enjoy what you’re doing. TB: Yeah, I like what I do. It’s a lot of fun. D: You do it well. EB: Thank you. I have a lot of fun doing this. It’s like sculpting. D: You like sculpting? TB: I didn’t before but now I do. So we’re gonna make this as thin as we can, okay? D: Does it bother you. TB: You okay? Is it the vibration? We’re almost done. Does it hurt or it’s just sensitive? Is there heat? What did you feel? D: Was it hurting your toe? TB: You felt a little heat, uh? D: Was it heat? She felt a little heat. TB: You felt a little bit of heat? We’re almost done. But look at that now! Yeah, it’s just this one side that’s a little sensitive. But the more I remove, the more you don’t have to see this bald head no more. So yeah, we’re gonna keep you good for a while, okay Look at that. P: Looks good. They’re getting excited now D: Oh wow! It looks good! TB: Can you imagined that she said it looks good? If you said it looks good, then it really must look good. See, look at that. We have too much fun here; It’s nice. And now the feet are looking good, too. D: I wonder why when you go to the esthetician, when they’re doing your, Like see when I have this hard part on my toe… TB: Yeah. D: I asked them to file it down but they were afraid to file it down. Why is it they are afraid? And you can file it down? TB: Because I’m not afraid. No because you know I went to school. You learn about all this. I watched my dad do this a long time. You know how much to take, when to stop. D: Right, right. You’re more like an expert in what you doing and that’s good. TB: I try to be. D: You’ve been practicing, right? TB: Yeah. Look at that. D: Wow, Mom! You have new feet now. TB: You better protect him. I think she wants them now. TB: Well, you’re gonna be looking at your feet like this soon. In a couple of years. D: In a couple of years? Don’t say that! TB: You gotta take good care of them. I know you’re a young girl still. D: I know. D: So now that we found you, we can stop worrying about it. You’re a person who does a good job, you know. Because not very many people do a good job anyway. But I’m glad I can choose to come more often to get it done. But not everybody is supposed to do that, if they’re a terrible diabetic. They don’t have the kind of tools that you use. (conversation between mother and daughter) TB: Okay. P: Thank you very much. It looks nice. TB: How’s that looking? D: It looks better. P: It looks good! TB: You better watch it! The boys will be chasing at now they see this young girl with nice feet now. They’re gonna be wanting more! TB: You’re laughing mom. That’s good! You come and get your feet done, you laugh a little, you walk out looking good. Look at that now. D: It’s so much better. P: It looks good. TB: You sure? P: Oh, yes! TB: Okay, so we come back in two months, see how much is grown back, and that will give us a good idea how often you need to come. Okay? If they haven’t grown too much, next time you come in, we’ll file the nails again. But then we book the next appointment a little bit longer. I want you just to come in just enough; you don’t have to come in too soon. I don’t want you to come in too long.