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      Why MycoNuker?

      Fungal infections on the skin and nails are highly contagious, so they spread like wildfire – especially in the summer when we hang out in pools and other humid public areas. So these afflictions are actually way more common than you’d believe.

      A fungus feeding off your body can have damaging effects in the long-term, as it can leave your body vulnerable to bacteria, which are more dangerous and can even lead to life-threatening conditions.

      MycoNuker - Toenail fungus
      Toenail fungus

      25 ingredients

      The longer you leave it untreated, the harsher the consequences will be on your health. This is an area of medicine that isn’t researched very much – so our team stepped in to find an efficient solution. A natural one, of course.

      After five years of medical trials and hundreds of tested formulas, we discovered the best complex of 25 anti-fungal ingredients that help fortify the immune system and give your nails and skin their natural shine back.


      We’re proud to say MycoNuker is one of our best selling products - and the reason why is quite surprising. While the ingredients in this health supplement have been shown to have other amazing benefits like bolstering the immune system or detoxifying the body, MycoNuker is actually popular for another reason.

      This 100% natural product has been reported to have excellent effects on fungal infections by our clients, especially Athlete’s foot. Foot or nail fungus is one of the hardest infections to get rid of.

      MycoNuker

      Top 4 Signs You Need MycoNuker

      We recommend you take MycoNuker if:

      • Your skin or nails are discolored
      • Your skin or nails have a yellowish tone
      • Your skin or nails are cracked
      • You feel itchy in the affected area
      • You want to strengthen your immune system against fungi

      Active Ingredients

      We knew right from the start that finding the right ingredients to help the immune system fight off infections will be a difficult task. And we were right.

      We spent over five years perfecting a potent anti-infection formula that has over 20 healthful ingredients. But the truth is our product would be nothing without these three core ingredients:

      Maitake

      Maitake

      Reishi

      Reishi

      Shiitake

      Shiitake

      Maitake, Reishi, and Shiitake

      Maitake, reishi, and shiitake are a potent fungi complex that has been used for millennia in Kampo medicine to maintain health, preserve youth, and increase longevity. When we researched their benefits for human health, we discovered that they attack other harmful fungi like Trichophyton, Epidermophyton, and Microsporum - the three most frequent causes of Athlete's Foot.

      As a result, we made hundreds of tests with different complementary ingredients in order to boost the fungal complex's efficiency. That's how we achieved the cutting-edge formula of today's MycoNuker that is a 100% natural product that helps the immune system fight off any nasty fungal infection.


      SUPPLEMENT FACTS:

      SERVING SIZE: 2 Capsules

      SERVINGS PER CONTAINER: 30

      OTHER INGREDIENTS: Gelatin (bovine), microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable magnesium stearate, and vegetable stearic acid.

      WARNING: If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur.

      Individual results may vary.

      Daily value not established.

      MycoNuker Supplement facts

      Research

      Read more about the ingredients in the official governmental research that supports our health claims:

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      JP
      09/06/2019
      Jack P.
      This product is magical!

      This product is magical! It really gets rid of Athlete's foot. My cousin who is a doctor couldn't believe it.

      SP
      09/04/2019
      Steve P.
      I noticed a significant difference in just 10 days.

      I noticed a significant difference in just 10 days. I will definitely be purchasing this product again.

      MK
      08/15/2019
      Mary K.
      I take MycoNuker to keep my immunity up

      I take MycoNuker to keep my immunity up and I haven't caught a cold yet. My sister used it for her fungal infection and it worked! Honestly, the best supplement on the market.

      MK
      07/23/2019
      Michael K.
      I felt really self-conscious about my nail fungus...

      I felt really self-conscious about my nail fungus... Now I have beautiful feet again! I am so grateful for MycoNuker!!!

      MN
      07/12/2019
      Mark N.
      This is such an underrated

      I randomly found this supplement and read it's actually good for foot fungus and decided to try it (there's no good cure for it). In under 3 weeks, I noticed my nail healing. If you have Athlete's foot, this is such an underrated treatment.