Fungal Infection


Fungal spores can be inhaled, ingested from contaminated foods or enter the body through damaged skin. Some infections are caused by types of fungi that are already naturally found in the human body but can overgrow in certain conditions. Fungal nail infections can be brought on by a lack of air and sunlight getting to the feet due to sweaty, unventilated conditions. People with poor immunity, stress or depression will be more susceptible to these infections. Other causes include diets that contain too many sugars and carbohydrates and not enough beneficial fats and iodine, feeding fungi and leading to unbalanced gut flora. There may also be a vitamin D3 deficiency or dehydration. A lack of exercise can be partly to blame.  


Symptoms of fungal infection differ depending on which part of the body is affected, though there will usually be sugar cravings and abdominal bloating. Fungal nail infections cause itching between the toes and give the nails yellow discolouration and a waxy texture. Other types of fungal infection may cause itchiness around or discharge from the genital area. Ringworm is a fungal infection that manifests itself through red circular marks on the skin. Infections that arise from inhaling spores can lead to allergies developing and pulmonary disease. Some fungal infections can even prove fatal for severely immunocompromised individuals.  

BICOM® Programs to be Used 

Fungal Infection  Min  N°/Seq.  Pag   
Strain due pathogens  10  978.1  77 
Mycosis treatment  5+3   971.0, 972.0  54 

Supplements to take 

Vitamin C, magnesium, vitamin D3, iodine  

Other therapies 

Rather than just treating the infection locally, the body needs to be treated as a whole and the immunity boosted. It is important to consume an anti-fungal, primarily plant-based diet, containing raw and fermented vegetables. Sugars and processed carbohydrates should be avoided, rather the body needs to be fuelled by healthy fats. Drink plenty of water with a little salt each day. Daily exercise that raises the heart rate should be balanced with a regular pattern of sleep. Appropriate anti-fungal medication such as antibiotics can also be used. In the case of fungal nail infection, nails should be kept clean and short and anti-fungal creams and other products can be applied directly to tackle the infection. Detoxification can be carried out in the form of a bowel cleanse to destroy overgrowths of fungi. Soaking the feet in salt water can also help, since salt is a natural anti-fungal agent. Stress and depression also need to be addressed, as these compromise the immune system.

Experiences and case studies 

Over the course of 2 years, a 38-year-old woman had been suffering from recurring bartholinitis and vaginal mycoses caused by fungal candida and bacterial stress. After 7 bioresonance treatment sessions, she was, and continued to be, completely free of symptoms.