Pythium oligandrum skin/nail fungus treatment (3 x 2 g)
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1 million strain M1 Oospores per gram, counted in Buerker's chamber.
Pythium oligandrum is a harmless fungus that eats harmful fungi, and then dies of starvation when all bad fungi have been eradicated. Pythium oligandrum is a parasite to other fungi such as Trichophyton, the dermatophyte fungus that causes various conditions knonw as Tinea - Athlete's foot, nail fungus, ringworm and jock itch.
Pythium works best against nail fungus and is by far he best nail fungus treatment available. However, if you manage to keep the affected area moist with Pythium solution, it can eradicate any other dermatophyte fungi and many other types of fungal skin infections.
A large percentage of the powder is Silica, hence the "Keep out of reach of children", as swallowing Silica powder is not healthy. The silica is there to keep the spores dry. The concentration is greater than one million spores per gram. The silica sinks to the bottom when you mix the spores with water and stir. The spores remain suspended in the water.
We do not give email support for this product. The FDA forces us to state that this product is not intended to cure disease. Pythium is sold without prescription in Europe to treat fungal skin infections in humans but also to kill black fungus in the bathroom or cellar and it is sold as a natural agricultural fungicide, approved by both EPA and EU, as you can read here and here.
Pythium oligandrum usage instructions
Do not purchase when you do not fully understand the usage instructions (read them BEFORE buying!) or are not able to use logic, common sense, basic school-aquired knowledge about biology and chemistry, experimentation, web searches, improvisation in case you have doubts about a detail because we do not give further medical advice than our instructions! Every imaginable question about using this product, every request of clarification of any sentence or word in our instructions is considered asking for medical advice and any question about treatment with this product is asking for medical advice. Do NOT ask us "what material do the bandages have to be" or "Can I use these type of rubber boots" etc.. When we do not specify a detail, it is because it does NOT MATTER. If you still have any questions after reading the user guidelines, self-treatment with this product is not for you.