Powerful All Natural Ringworm Treatment
Stimulate the body's natural defenses to help stop ringworm.
It is for topical use. It delivers the fastest results by providing a localized effect to the infection site. This treatment is very strong yet safe.
Organic Medicine for Ringworm
More about our Ringworm Product
Ringworm Control stimulates the body's natural defenses to help treat the fungus causing ringworm. It is for topical use. It delivers the fastest results by providing a localized effect to the infection site. This treatment is very strong yet safe.
Learn more about our ringworm product from company founder, Dr. Klapper.
What is Ringworm?
Ringworm is a fungal infection of the skin similar to the infection which causes athlete's foot. However, it is caused by a different fungus located elsewhere on the body, often on the head. It is called ringworm because it is usually round or oval with a raised border, like a ring (it can however vary in its appearance), but there is no worm under the skin! It tends to be slightly scaly with a clearer center. There may be only one spot, or multiple spots, which often seem to "connect" with each other. It may or may not itch.
The scientific name for ringworm is Dermatophytosis. Since fungi are everywhere in our environment, it is difficult to determine which pets will develop the problem. The fungus that causes Ringworm can be cultured from the hair coats of normal dogs and cats. These pets might be carriers of the disease to other pets, and might even transmit the disease to people. The problem is more prevalent in young animals and those with compromised immune systems.
What Causes Ringworm?
Ringworm is acquired from close skin contact with other infected people, or from infected animals, especially young kittens and puppies. Transmission of the fungus can occur by direct skin-to-skin contact with infected people or pets, or indirectly by contact with items such as barber clippers, hair from infected people, shower stalls or floors.