Fungus Free Protocol – Best Toe and Nail Fungus Reducer?


Fungus Free Protocol Review

Fungus Free Protocol is a downloadable eBook available exclusively online. Here’s our Fungus Free Protocol review.

What is Fungus Free Protocol?

Fungus Free Protocol is a downloadable eBook that promises to help anyone reduce their toe and nail fungus without poisoning their body using dangerous chemicals.

Instead of using modern medicine and pharmaceuticals, the eBook advocates the use of “Vietnamese remedies made with natural ingredients”.

The remedies were collected by a guy named Dr. Chang and have purportedly helped treat 137,495 patients (at the time of writing).

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How Does Fungus Free Protocol Work?

The writer of Fungus Free Protocol admits that the cure listed in the eBook isn’t a miracle cure. Instead, it’s a long-term, proven approach that fights the fungal infection from the root.

The key idea behind Fungus Free Protocol is that it doesn’t entirely involve topically applying stuff to your toes or fungus. Instead, it advocates supercharging your immune system, which helps your body naturally remove the fungal infection from your body.

Thus, instead of using pills, creams, nail polish, surgery, or laser therapy, you can simply change your diet to fight back against the fungal infection.

(Despite this claim, the book does talk about a few different topical remedies that can be applied directly to your fungal infection)

I’m not going to list the specific foods and herbal ingredients here, because that would defeat the purpose of the book (and probably get me in trouble from the book’s creator). However, I’ll tell you what the creator of the book tells you on the main sales page.

First, there are two ingredients at the core of the Fungus Free Protocol system:

— Green Magic: This powerful ingredient stops the infection from spreading as soon as it’s applied to the affected area of your skin.

— Strength Strategy: Strength Strategy supercharges your immune system and boosts healing and recovery, which means all the damage done by the fungus is “removed in a heartbeat” and “you will literally feel health being pumped into your body”.

If you skip past the sales copy gibberish, you’ll learn that “Green Magic” is just a topical cream you can make at home and apply to your fungus-ridden feet. And “Strength Strategy” is a set of dietary recommendations that tell you which food to eat to reduce the damage done by the fungus.

Examples of Fungus Free Protocol Recommendations

The Fungus Free Protocol sales page is extremely vague about the methods and ingredients used in the formula. But that doesn’t mean we have to be vague. We’ll tell you about a couple of the ingredients listed to give you an idea of what you can expect with Fungus Free Protocol:

— Baking Soda: Baking soda has natural anti-fungal properties. It’s a well-known natural remedy for foot fungus. Basically, it involves making a paste of baking soda mixed with warm water, and then applying that paste to your feet every day. It may work on mild foot fungus infections.

Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is another well-known and popular remedy for foot fungus. Some people treat their foot fungus by rubbing coconut oil on their feet, while others simply add coconut oil to their diet (like as a replacement for olive oil or butter).

To get an idea of other methods used in Fungus Free Protocol, I recommend Googling “natural foot fungus remedies”. Almost everything on these lists can be found in Fungus Free Protocol, and there really isn’t that much unique information included in the eBook. It’s just collected in a convenient place for you.

How to Buy Fungus Free Protocol

Fungus Free Protocol is exclusively available online at, where it’s priced at $37.

You can pay using the secure online form. The form accepts all major credit cards, like VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.

All payments are processed through Software Projects Inc., an American eBooks retailer that sells hundreds of different eBooks online.

That retailer offers a 60 day money back guarantee on all purchases. If you’re not satisfied with your purchase, you have 60 days to decide whether or not you want the refund.

After making your Fungus Free Protocol purchase online, you’ll instantly receive a download link. You save the eBook in PDF form onto your computer, tablet, phone, eReader, or whatever other device you want to use to read the book.

What’s Included with Fungus Free Protocol?

Fungus Free Protocol includes two additional eBooks with each purchase. Both of these bonus eBooks are delivered to your email inbox along with the main Fungus Free Protocol eBook:

— Smart Cooking – The Simple Recipes for a Glowing Skin (contains recipes specially chosen to heal your damaged skin and improve your long-term skin health)

— Natural Body Care Made Easy – 50 Natural Recipes for a Beautiful Body (tells you how to make your own face masks, creams, ointments, and shampoos using ingredients you can buy at any grocery store)

Who Wrote Fungus Free Protocol?

Fungus Free Protocol is written by a mysterious author who calls himself “Wu Chang”.

Throughout the eBook, Chang speaks as if he’s a normal, qualified individual who actually exists in real life.

However, at the end of the book, you’ll see the following line:

DISCLAIMER: The author of this material wishes to keep his identity private, therefore Wu Chang is a pen name.

Obviously, that makes it impossible to identify any information about Wu Chang. We don’t know if he’s qualified to talk about Vietnamese medicine. We don’t even know if he has Asian heritage.

It’s not that weird for someone to hide their identity when publishing an eBook online. But let’s be honest: if someone was really proud of their work, they typically want to associate their name with that work.

You can contact the creator of Fungus Free Protocol – whoever he/she is – by emailing [email protected].

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  1. Anyone who fails to identify himself is a fraud. Period. This supplement industry is obvious with long videos and testimonials who do not identify themselves with a contact means. AVOID ALL OF THEM TO GET RID OF ALL THE FRAUD

  2. The author uses a pen name because countless holistic doctors have been killed for helping sick people find a solution to their ailments. Everything isn’t a gimmick when you think logically about it. I have a holistic doctor as my primary doctor but I still get regular checkups. Natural medicine should be used with scientific medicine for the betterment of the patient.

  3. I think according to the author is eat clean and use tee tree oil . This is just a way to make money $$

  4. I have used tee tree oil in the past. took a long time used every day until the nail gee out. Have not had a problem since. I now use once per week as a prevention. Stinks but it works.

  5. Just brought up your AD.. IT SAID,,” MAN CURES HIS TOE NAIL FUNGUS IN 10 MINUTES.. PERIOD,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,10 MINUTES,, Now we find out thats a lie,, How about 10 minutes a DAY FOR 8 MONTHS !????!!! NOT JUST IN 10 MINUTES,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IS THIS A SCAM???????????? Seems to e it is…………

  6. Something FISHY , HERE,,, Your commericial said.. FUNGUS CURE,, Now at the top of this article, ad says” FUNGUS REDUCER” What the hell does that mean?? REDUCER??? Meaning that your CURE really DOESNT WORK??? BYE, I’ll keep away.

  7. I do realize 5 weeks isn’t enough time to cure fungus. I will continue to use the options in the book and settle on the process that works the best for me. Don’t get me wrong, I am happy to have made the purchase. I don’t believe these options can in anyway make the fungus worse. The website does continue to release additional articles, that so far, have proven to be of value to me.

  8. Essential oils, cacti and other herbs, including garlic have been used by many. Most have tried a form of alcohol and non-alcohol fermented products before. I agree essential oils are expensive, can only use a bit for anything. G, if you are getting something out of the other information you got from the website, it was worth the $$.

  9. Ok, I am on week 5 of trying things from the ebook. The KEY here might be, they will REFUND if not happy. Hello, when there is a refund attached, don’t you think they already know chances are slim the ‘cures’ will work??? I started with ‘cures’ that I personally hadn’t heard of, at least I don’t remember them, and there are only a few of those at most. So far, bupkis!! This week I will try some ‘whiskey and chaparral’, if that ‘potion’ doesn’t work, I’ll just start drinking the whiskey, I guess…..I checked chaparral information online and it suggests it has ‘helped’ with all kinds of problems, including impetigo. Who knows??? If I could handle my feet smelling like GARLIC, I would consider trying one of the other ‘potions’. Are you kidding? How can you leave the house and what will your family members say about the smell??? I also thought about the Grapefruit seed extract, with the amount needed & how long it could take, you best stock up on the extract. Who knows what that bottle costs??? When folks suggest something will work for this or that, they have a 50% chance what they are saying is so. Either something works or it doesn’t. Frankly, the free articles I chose with this purchase have helped me a great deal more than the ebook concoctions. Disappointed for sure!!

    • My free books were different than the ones mentioned by the supplement police. My interest in purchasing the ebook in the first place, was the natural remedies. While it is true that I am not cured in 6 weeks, I will continue to try all the options. I have had this problem for 20 years, I have nothing but time to try to clear it up. The program has informed me that there will be additional free articles continuing to come my way.

  10. The software seller will refund your money if you are not happy with the e-book results. I purchased a different e-book program from this seller a few months ago and I was not at all happy with it. The seller refunded the payment through my credit card bank.

  11. I’m a sr. citizen on social security. Today I don’t have $37. I only get $700. a month which is less than most pay for rent of a home or apt. I have to watch every penny I spend. It’s pretty sad when one can’t afford to go out for even a cheap burger or see a movie in a theater. I have been plagued with toenail fungus all of my life. My grandma always bought 2nd hand shoes for me but it’s so contagious who knows where I got it. About 10 years ago I began to notice a problem with my finger nails. Yep, you guessed it. This time I think I know where I got it. I used a pair of gloves that had belonged to a man who had since died. I never knew him and I don’t know if he had the fungus but he could have. I just know it wasn’t long after I wore those gloves that I noticed the fungus under my nails. When in my 40’s I went to my doctor and mentioned it to him. He said yours is so mild and he didn’t want to give me a prescription. He didn’t say why. I had medical insurance that paid for it so I told him I wanted it. It was Lamisil. At that time it was about $400. And I quit taking it soon after I started and that’s just because I hate swallowing pills. I’m glad now that I know what the possible horrific side effects are!! I have been researching online and the one thing that seems to be helping me is Vapor Rub. I bought a cheap brand. In the shower I make time to use a good nail brush and soap on, around and under my nails. Then dry them good. Right away then take something and scrape under the nails. After trimming them. (if needed). Then I put some Vapor Rub, medicated vaseline basically, under and around my nails. I scrub my finger nails throughout the day as needed. So keep the rub by your sink so you won’t forget. Like I said, it’s working but kind of slow. I’m not religious about my routine as I should be either. If I was it might work faster. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Oh yeah…what scared me is the picture showing swollen feet and ankles with the purplish discoloration. That’s me! And if that’s the infection spreading…I’m in trouble, as this could kill me and it would go unnoticed as a cause of death!! How scary is that?! I don’t know what to do about that.

  12. I have used the natural essential oil OREGANO on my toenail fungus. Oregano is a natural anti-fungus oil. My big toe was fully engaged with fungus over a number of years. The oregano really did a number on it, it does take awhile, as I believe my toenail tended to grow pretty slowly in the area where the fungus had been but was killed. Now, my toenail, while not pristine, has had most of the damaged portion grow out to the end. It’s better than poisoning yourself with toxic man-made garbage!

    The thing is, your toes smell like pizza…

  13. I agree with Karen: “So, did the things in his book work? Or not? If you are the supplement police shouldn’t we know if this suspect was found guilty or innocent?”
    Simple and to the point. Have you found ANYONE for whom his (her) method works? Can’t find a single one that sounds legitimate, anywhere online.
    I have it on my fingernails, and I am certain it came from a nail salon. I am having little success with Nonyx nail gel, but then I don’t do it every day (which I should). I work and my nails are exposed to the public, so every day I apply a coat of nail polish. Then remove it, apply the treatment, then more nail polish. Also, a friend told me that he conquered toenail fungus by soaking his feet in vinegar every single day and in one year, it was gone.
    Hope to get an answer, and hope any info here will help someone. Thanks y’all……

  14. Thank you for the review, I appreciate what you are trying to do but it falls short. It would have been nice to have some insight if this protocol worked or not. I don’t care if he keeps his identity a secret if what he says is true and actually works. So far two of the things you revealed are known to help. If he has compiled enough natural ingredients to pummel fungus from all directions, internally and externally; it is still worth it to pay for a book that someone else has done the research and compiled into one convenient place. My grandmother wasn’t certified either but taught me a lot of natural treatments that are now getting a lot of publicity.
    So, did the things in his book work? Or not? If you are the supplement police shouldn’t we know if this suspect was found guilty or innocent?

  15. Thanks for a great review. Your review should stand as an example to others regarding how to construct and develop a well written article.

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