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 Post subject: Tinea Versicolor??
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 11:53 am 
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Tinea Versicolor??

Q: Does anyone have good experience with treating a fungal infection called Tinea Versicolor?

Thank-you in advance!

Paul Biondich, B.Sc.Kin., D.C.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 23, 2007 5:07 pm 
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A1: Selsun Blue shampoo applied locally can make it go away. No Rx needed.
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A2: Apply Selsun shampoo either the Rx form or Selsun Blue (otc) to the affected body part. Let dry for 5 to 10 minutes then rinse off. Repeat in one week.
Oftentimes I will have a person apply Selsun and leave overnight and rinse off in the morning. One time usually kills all the fungus. You will see areas or spots of non-pigmentation in a few days... these are the areas where the fungus was killed. Sun exposure for a few days will get rid of the spots.

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A3: Try selsun lotion.
The selenium seems to hurt the fungus.

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A4: Tinea is such a stubborn fungus, no matter what the form.

I have had success though in treating it with Selenium Sulfide 2.5% lotion. Apply to affected area once a day - night is preferable so it can really be absorbed while sleeping. treatment should extend 10 days beyond any NOTICEABLE lesions to make sure fungus is eradicated.

good luck!

John Monagle, ND


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A5: Paul -

TV has been successfully treated on many patients using Saprox. It is high in sulfur and contains nothing artificial - it is simply a lake bottom mud.

The instructions for application are on that page - as are other suggestions such as immune support, etc.

In health,
Ben Lynch, BS, ND (June 2007) from Bastyr University http://www.bastyr.edu


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