Scalp fungus infection natural remedies

My daughter is 11 years old. She had very bad scalp fungus infection. She has been taking grispeg for 4 months. It did get better but did not go away completely. Her Dr. keeps increasing the dose. Please give me some advice. Thanks. Desperate mother

Fungus infection can spread through contact with an infected person or even through contact with their clothes and towels. You should ensure that your daughter's clothes are washed separately to ensure that the infection does not spread to other members of the family. This infection is common in children and results in dull hair that breaks off easily, leaving bald patches on the scalp.

A treatment using raw papaya is usually very effective. Peel and chop the raw papaya into pieces. Apply these pieces to the scalp and leave the hair that way for some time before you wash it. You can also use dried papaya seed. Powder these well and then add some water to make paste. Apply this paste on the scalp.

You can also use mustard seeds on the infection. First wash the scalp well with warm water. Now take a handful of mustard seeds and grind it to a paste with some water. This paste should be applied to the scalp. Basil leaves are very effective in treating this infection. Grind the leaves and squeeze them to extract the juice. Apply this juice to the scalp.

Your daughter should be given raw vegetable juice every day. Grind carrots and extract 300 ml of juice. Add this to 200 ml of spinach juice and give it to her. Your daughter's diet should include fruits, vegetables, nuts, milk, yogurt. You can also massage her scalp with warm coconut oil.

answered by G R

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