Athlete’s foot — Contagious Fungal Infection Cured By Ruzu Bitters

by | Oct 31, 2017

Athlete’s foot — also called tinea pedis — is a contagious fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet usually starting from the toes. It can also spread to the toenails and the hands. It is so named because it’s commonly seen in athletes.

There are more than 1.5 million reported cases of Athlete’s foot per year in Nigeria. Athlete’s foot isn’t serious, but is sometimes hard to cure especially if the patient has diabetes or a weakened immune system. Athlete’s foot is contacted through direct contact with an infected person, or by touching surfaces contaminated with the fungus, which thrives in warm, moist environments.

The fungi are commonly found in showers, on locker room floors, and around swimming pools. Also from wearing tight fitting closed-toe shoes, keeping your feet wet for a long time or having minor skin injury on your nail or foot. Athlete foot presents as itching, stinging, and burning on the soles of the feet, blisters on the feet that itch, cracking and peeling skin on the feet, most commonly between the toes and on the soles.

If untreated, there can be more severe complications if a secondary bacterial infection develops. In this case, the foot might be swollen, painful, and hot. Pus, drainage, and fever are additional signs of a bacterial infection.

Good News!!! RUZU bitters does not only detoxify and keep your immune system in good shape, manage diabetes by keeping your blood sugar levels normal, but it has strong antifungal and antibacterial properties.

How do you use RUZU against Athlete’s foot? Drink or POP in your daily dose of RUZU Bitters or Capsule as recommended and also apply using cotton wool topically (morning and night) on the wounds after cleaning with warm water mixed with salt. The Result will AMAZE you!
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