This adult female has what is described as “mocassin” type tinea pedis (“athlete’s foot”) infection because of its distribution on the foot. Both feet are usually affected as in this patient. Tinea is a common fungal disorder of the feet and is more common in males than females. Wheatgrass frequently works for fungal infections of the skin and in this case there is dramatic improvement after just 2 weeks’ treatment.
Apply just a little wheatgrass extract on alternate days, and persevere. It often works.
Dr. Chris Reynolds.