How To Cure Ringworm Naturally

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Terbinafine Lamisil

The first antifungal allylamine, naftifine, was discovered serendipitously at Sandoz-Werner in 1974 during an investigation of synthetic compounds for activity in the central nervous system. After successful clinical trials, naftifine entered the market as a topical antifungal drug (Exoderil) in 1985. Subsequently, hundreds of analogs were prepared and the antifungal activity was linked to two structural elements (1) the tertiary allylamine moiety (highlighted in yellow boxes) and (2) the 1-substituted naphthalene ring (shown in blue). Structure-activity correlations led to the development of the more active butenafine (Lotrimin) and eventually terbinafine (Lamisil). Terbinafine is currently the most potent antifungal medicine in the allylamine class. It is active against a wide range of dermatophytes, yeasts and molds. Unlike earlier members of this class, terbinafine can be administered both topically (in the form of a cream) and orally. Terbinafine is a first-line treatment for...


The drug was also prepared with a 14C-label on the a-C. 3.587 The antifungal effect of sulconazole is similar to that of clotrimazole with an activity against Cryptococcus neoformans much higher compared with the standard. 3.588 Its percutaneous absorption in humans is higher than that of clotrimazole and miconazole. 3.589 . It is of similar efficacy as miconazole in curing experimental Trichophyton mentagrophytes infection in guinea pigs. 3.590, 3.591 After large overdosing, the drug produces embryotoxic effects in rats. 3.583


It has same potency as econazole in the curative treatment of Trichophyton mentagrophytes infection of the guinea pig. In search for further improvement, it was attempted to introduce a new substructure at the -position of the 1-(1-H-imidazol-1-yl)methyl aryl ketone intermediates to create at a new center of asymmetry. Surprizingly, enol ethers 3.80 with interesting antimycotic activities are formed as main products . 3.636 The (Z)-stereostructure of omoconazole has been confirmed by NMR and X-ray analysis. 3.641 The corresponding (E)-isomer shows a much lower antimyco-tic potency and a much higher toxicity. The drug displays superior in vitro activity against C. albicans, C. neoformans, Torulopsis candida, Trichophyton mentagrophytes and A. fumigatus compared with that of democonazole (see below) and 3.79. In its action against A. fumigatus, pronounced superiority to miconazole and ketoconazole has been demonstrated. 3.642 Omoconazole is more toxic to Gram-positive bacteria than...

Azolylalkenyl nitriles with N and Ssubstituents on the alkenyl

These inhibit in vitro Trichophyton mentagrophytes, control Erysiphe graminis hordei on barley, Botrytis cinerea, Gibberella fujikuroi, and Fusarium oxysporum. Lanoconazole is qualified as outstanding inhibitor of Trichophyton spp., Aspergillus spp., Penicillium spp., Malassezia furfur and M. pachydermatis and Tinea versicolor with superiority to bifonazole. It shows a high curative effect against tinea corporis and tinea pedis. 4.305 Secondary resistance is not easily developed by dermatophytes. 4.310 Recent clinical isolates and stock cultures of Candida albicans have the same sensitivity against lanconazole. 4.311

Azol1ylethyl2amines their thio analogs and derivatives

Title compounds 5.07 have been claimed as antimycotics, with activity against Candida spp., Trichophyton rubrum, T. mentagrophytes, Microsporum canis, and Epidermophyton floccosum. 5.026, 5.027, 5.028, 5.029, 5.030 In some title series, the amino nitrogen is part of a piperazine ring. 5.033, 5.034 These substances have been disclosed as antimycotics with activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, yeasts, and filamentous dermatophytes including Trichomonas vaginalis with in vitro potency against blastomycetes surpassing miconazole. 5.035

X1HAzol1ylmethylisoxazolidines and isoxazolines 6121 31HAzol1ylmethylisoxazolidines

In the group of ci's-imidazolylmethyl-derivatives, optimization of R for in vitro activities against Trichophyton rubrum, Candida albicans and especially Aspergillus fumigatus with ketoconazole as standard, substituents n-C6H13, 4-CH3C6H4SCH2-, 6.048 4-ClC6H4-, 4-ClC6H40CH2-, 6.004 and in one case also trans-CH CHC6H5 6.030 have been found optimal. Of aromatic halogen, 2-Cl and 2,6-Cl2 substitution result in similar activity than 4-Cl.

Radiationinduced tumors

Radiogenic tumors of the peripheral and cranial nerves are infrequent, but are an important consideration after therapeutic irradiation at conventional doses,74 stereotactic radiotherapy,75 or low-grade cranial irradiation (1.5 Gy) for tinea capitis in old age.76 Increased risk of second primaries in cancer patients and genetic predisposition, such as in neurofibromatosis, are contributing factors.74 Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors (MPNSTs) are the main histologic variant,77 although atypical neurofibroma74 and benign schwannoma20,76,78 are also encountered. Non-neural sheath post-irradiation sarcoma may also involve neural structures.22

AaDisubstituted 12hydroxyalkyl1Hazoles

A QSAR study has been reported of 2-alkyl, -alkenyl, and 1-imidazole with antifungal activity against Candida spp., Aspergillus, and dermatophytes at ideal lipohilicities (log P0) for each group of fungi. 3.060 This is interpreted as a consequence of membrane perturbation of the fungus by the ionized and or non-ionized imidazole compound, possibly via inhibition of membrane-bound enzymes. Fluconazole is in vitro significantly more toxic to C. albicans than to dermatophytes like T. rubrum, T. mentagrophytes, M. canis and E. floccosum. 3.260 In contrast, this drug is a much weaker inhibitor of C. krusei than ketoconazole or itraconazole, this is believed to result from a much lower intracellular accumulation. 3.261 In vitro activities have been demonstrated for these compounds against Trichophyton mentagrophytes, in vivo against Candida albicans infection in mice, against Cichliobolus sativus and Erysiphe graminis on barley, Puccinia recondita on wheat, Sphaerotheca fuliginea on...

Chlorhexidine Gluconate

Gentian violet is variously known as hexamethyl- -rosani-line chloride, crystal violet, methyl violet, and methyl-rosaniline chloride. It occurs as a green powder or green flakes with a metallic sheen. The compound is soluble in water (1 35) and alcohol (1 10) but insoluble in nonpolar organic solvents. Gentian violet is available in vaginal suppositories for the treatment of yeast infections. It is also used as a 1 to 3 solution for the treatment of ringworm and yeast infections. Gentian violet has also been used orally as an anthelmintic for strongyloidiasis (threadworm) and oxyuriasis. Basic fuchsin is a mixture of the chlorides of rosaniline and -rosaniline. It exists as a green crystalline powder with a metallic appearance. The compound is soluble in water and in alcohol but insoluble in ether. Basic fuchsin is a component of carbol-fuchsin solution (Castellani's paint), which is used topically in the treatment of fungal infections, notably ringworm and athlete's foot. Mercury...

Structureactivity Relationships

Clotrimazole is available as a solution in polyethylene glycol 400, a lotion, and a cream in a concentration of 1 . These are all indicated for the treatment of tinea pedis, tinea cruris, tinea capitis, tinea versicolor, or cutaneous candidiasis. A 1 vaginal cream and tablets of 100 mg and 500 mg are available for vulvovaginal candidiasis. Clotrimazole is extremely stable, with a shelf life of more than 5 years. in 1 concentration for the treatment of local tinea infections, such as jock itch, athlete's foot, and ringworm. mononitrate (Oxistat) is a white crystalline nitric acid salt. It is used in cream and lotion dosage forms in 1 concentration for the treatment of tinea pedis, tinea corporis, and tinea capitis. mononitrate (Monistat, Micatin) is a weak base with a pKa of 6.65. The nitric acid salt occurs as white crystals that are sparingly soluble in water and most organic solvents.

O Phenols And Their Derivatives

P-Chloro-m-xylenol (PC-MX Metasep) is a nonirritating antiseptic agent with broad-spectrum antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is marketed in a 2 concentration as a shampoo. It has also been used topically for the treatment of tinea (ringworm) infections such as athlete's foot (tinea pedis) and jock itch (tinea cruris).

Hydroxyalkyl1Hazoles with a andor bcarbon as part of a cycloalkane

Title substances of the general formula 3.38B incorporate cyclohexanols, cyclo-heptanols, and benzocyclohexanols. 3.391, 3.392, 3.393 They have been claimed as antimycotics and fungicides, with in vivo activities against C. albicans and Trichophyton mentagrophytes. The activities of a series of substances 3.38B against Botrytis cinerea have been determined and evaluated using Hansch regression analysis and computer graphics. 3.394 Activity increases with molecular hypo-phobicity and with ring size, and decreases with m-substitution of the aryl substituent.

Alkenyl and alkinyl1Hazoles and their halogen derivatives

Fitting structure 2.35 with R', R H and R C6H4Cl or C6H3-2,4Cl2 produces compounds with moderate antifungal activity. 2.233 However from similar series, compounds with R Me3C-, R' 2,4-Cl2C6H3CH2-, and R H show strong inhibition of Staphylococcus aureus and Trichophyton mentagrophytes. 2.236 One other example of compounds 2.35 with Az Tr, R 2-(4-chlorophenylethyl)-, R' tert. butyl and R H strongly inhibits Fusarium oxysporum, Phytophthora infestans, and Sclerotium rolfsii. 2.234 In general, Z-isomers are more potent against Candida and E-isomers more active against Trichophyton rubrum, but agent GBR-14206, 2.36A 123414-70-0 stands out with optimum activities against both species. 2.238 Compound 2.37, active against Trichophyton rubrum, represents an oxygen-free example of the title compounds of the general formula 2.38. 2.242 In a number of applications, compounds 2.38 have been claimed as medicinal, agricultural and industrial bactericides and fungicides due to their activity against...

Therapeutic Uses

Oral itraconazole is the drug of choice for patients with indolent, nonmeningeal infections due to B. dermatitidis, H. capsulatum, P. brasiliensis, and C. immitis and also is useful for indolent invasive aspergillosis outside the CNS, particularly following initial therapy with amphotericin B. The intravenous formulation is approved for the initial 2 weeks of therapy with blastomycosis, histoplasmosis, and indolent aspergillosis, and for empirical therapy of febrile neutropenic patients not responding to antibiotics and at high risk of fungal infections. The intravenous route is most appropriate for patients unable to tolerate oral drug or unable to absorb itraconazole because of decreased gastric acidity. Approximately half the patients with distal subungual onychomycosis respond to itraconazole. Although not approved, itraconazole is a reasonable choice for pseudallescheriasis, as well as cutaneous and extracutaneous sporotrichosis, tinea corporis, and extensive tinea versicolor....


Terbinafine (lamisil), given as one 250-mg tablet daily, is at least as effective for nail onychomycosis as 200 mg daily of itraconazole, and slightly more effective than pulse itraconazole therapy. Treatment typically is for 3 months. Although not approved for this use, terbinafine (250 mg daily) also is effective in ringworm elsewhere on the body.

Undecylenic Acid

Undecylenic acid is 10-undecenoic acid. The drug is fungistatic against a variety of fungi, including those that cause ringworm. Undecylenic acid (desenex, others) is available in a foam, ointment, cream, powder, spray powder, soap, and liquid. Zinc undecylenate is marketed in combination with other ingredients. The zinc provides an astringent action that aids in the suppression of inflammation. Compound undecylenic acid ointment contains both undecylenic acid ( 5 ) and zinc undecylenate ( 20 ). Calcium undecylenate (caldesene, cruex) is available as a powder. Undecylenic acid preparations are used in the treatment of various dermatomycoses, especially tinea pedis. Concentrations of the acid as high as 10 , as well as those of the acid and salt in the compound ointment, may be applied to the skin. The preparations usually are not irritating to tissue, and sensitization is uncommon. in tinea pedis, the infection frequently persists despite intensive treatment and the clinical cure rate...


From these series, optimal compounds becliconazole 2.56A, 112893-26-3 and agent 2.56B 111790-32-0 display pronounced in vitro antifungal activity against Candida, Trichophyton, and Microsporum genera and against non-dermatophytes like Aspergillus and Penicillium spp. their toxicity to Torulopsis glabrata, Rhodo-torula spp. and Cryptococcus neoformans surpasses that of the standards. 2.351, 2.352 One paper includes Optimum examples 2.58A and 2.58B with benzo b thiophen-2-yl and 5- or 2,5-dichlorothiophen-3-yl as Ar1 and Ar2, display in vitro activity against pathogenic yeasts and dermatophytes only slightly inferior to bifonazole. 2.355


Related structures include compounds 2.17 with good activities against Streptococcus faecalis, Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Aspergillus niger, Candida albicans and Microsporum lanosum. 2.107 In this series, inhibition of Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Microsporum lanosum has been found independent of chain length. 2.110 In a similar group of


The polyenes have no activity against bacteria, rickettsia, or viruses, but they are highly potent, broad-spectrum anti-fungal agents. They do have activity against certain protozoa, such as Leishmania spp. They are effective against pathogenic yeasts, molds, and dermatophytes. Low concentrations of the polyenes in vitro will inhibit Candida spp., Coccidioides immitis, Cryptococcus neoformans, H. capsu-latum, Blastomyces dermatitidis, Mucor mucedo, Aspergillus fumigatus, Cephalosporium spp., and Fusarium spp.


It combines good skin penetration with broad-spectrum activity against dermatophytes, yeasts, 2.367 Aspergillus, Malassezia furfur, and inhibits Corynebacte-rium minutissimum, Staphylococci, Streptococci which all may accompany myco-tic infections. In the treatment of tinea infections and cutaneous candidiasis of skin and mucous membranes such as vaginal candidiasis, clotrimazole can be used as a single dose. 2.366

O Antifungal Agents

Seated mycoses.18 The superficial mycoses are, by far, the most common and are caused, for the most part, by a relatively homogeneous group of fungi, the dermatophytes. These include the various forms of tinea, or ringworm, which are infections of the hair or hair follicles, the superficial infections of the intertriginous or flat areas of hairless skin, and infections of the nails. As a rule, these lesions are mild, superficial, and restricted. The causative microbes are specialized saprophytes with the unusual ability to digest keratin. They have their ultimate reservoir in the soil. Unlike the deep-seated mycoses, however, they are frequently transmitted from one host to another (e.g., athlete's foot). A species of yeast, Candida, also produces a dermatophyte-like disease. By far, the most common types of human fungal disease are among the dermatophytoses. These are superficial infections of the keratinized epidermis and keratinized epidermal appendages (i.e., the hair and nails)....


These imidazole derivatives are used for the topical treatment of infections caused by the common pathogenic dermatophytes. Oxiconazole nitrate (oxistat) is available as a cream and lotion sulconazole nitrate (exelderm) as a solution and cream, and sertaconazole (ertaczo) as a 2 cream. Ciclopirox olamine (loprox) has broad-spectrum antifungal activity. It is fungicidal to C. albicans, E. floccosum, M. canis, T. mentagrophytes, and T. rubrum. It also inhibits the growth of Malassezia furfur. After application to the skin, it penetrates through the epidermis into the dermis, but even under occlusion, < 1.5 is absorbed into the systemic circulation. Because the t122 is short, 1.7 hours, no systemic accumulation occurs. The drug penetrates into hair follicles and sebaceous glands. It sometimes causes hypersensitivity. It is available as a 0.77 cream and lotion for the treatment of cutaneous candidiasis and for tinea corporis, cruris, pedis, and versicolor. Cure rates in the...

Antifungal Agents

Fungal and yeast infections in man occur mostly on the skin. A few serious infections occur internally such as Aspergillosis in the lung (farmer's lung) and oral thrush and vaginitis, which are caused by a yeast Candida albicans. Fungal infections of the skin include athlete's foot, infections of the nails and ringworm in the scalp, which arise from Microsporum and Trichophyton species. Some fungi are serious plant pathogens and spoilage organisms on foodstuffs. Apart from the damage that they do to the plant, some of their metabolites, for example, the aflatoxins and the trichothecenes, are the cause of serious diseases in man.

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