Fungal foot infections are socially crippling and when left untreated, they spread to the nails causing further infection. This poses wider hygiene risks when using public showers or when swimming in public pools.
So, what’s the ideal solution to fungal foot infections?
You’ve probably heard that tea tree oil works well at treating fungal foot infections. Other common ways of treating this are prescribed powders, creams, and sprays.
But are there other available natural remedies?
CBN and CBG Cannabinoids could be an effective alternative for treating painful fungal infections in all parts of the foot.
CBN and CBG are some of the least popular cannabinoids that have earned plaudits for their anti-fungal capabilities.
Researchers are link Cannabinol (CBN) to a variety of unique benefits such as sedation, and aiding sleep, and relieving pain. CBN also has great anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial qualities.
Being a chemical precursor to THC and CBD, small traces of Cannabigerol (CBG) are present in C plants. It is also possible to cultivate hemp strains rich in CBG. Like CBN, CBG has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal abilities. Additionally, it is a neuroprotectant and an appetite stimulator.
Science has proven that even antibiotic-resistant bacteria like MRSA are vulnerable to Cannabis. A study conducted for the Journal of Natural Products indicated that CBD, CBC, CBN, THC, and CBG are effective against MRSA strains.
Note: This article is for general informational and educational purposes only. Nothing should be interpreted as legal or wellness advice.