According to Harvard doctors, there is only one way out of nail fungus.

So imagine if re-growing healthy nails and getting rid of fungus or bacteria was as simple as walking through your garden and picking flowers.

Well, breakthrough research suggests it is!

And the secret lies in THIS herb – which may be growing in your backyard right now.

Doctors in Thailand recently discovered that when this herb was mixed with water and rubbed directly into the nails of 50 volunteers, it not only stopped horrible symptoms like smelling, yellowish color or gross texture…

…It actually killed the fungus and bacteria in no time with no chance for it to ever return.

You can learn more about it here (including what this herb is).

To your health,


P.S. This backyard herb is now in such demand, the pharma corporations are paying poachers thousands of dollars to snatch just a few ounces of it.


hal Mishra shows how he isn't interested in judging D and how he hates to offend the gang and the nation." Koimoi rated the film 1.5/5, and wrote "Coffee With D is strictly avoidable. Don’t waste your money on this one!" Rohit Vats from Hindustan Times rated it 1.5/5, writing "A caricatured D and his antics, coupled with bad sound designing, make Coffee With D end nowhere close to a fun film it could have been." Financial Express rated it 1.5/5, and wrote "Spend your money on some cappuccino instead and save your brain cells." also rated it 1.5/5, writing "Coffee With D does not have a bad plot but it could do with a better on-screen translation. What lets down the film is the way it is executed and shot. The film's music and dubbing too are disappointing." News18 rated it 1/5, writing "To opt a theme impersonating a real-life don and a high-profile journalist maybe a br ave attempt but in this case, it's neither successful nor entertaining." Firstpost rated the film 1/5, writing "It is infuriating to learn that a producer actually backed this bag of garbage in its entirety. Coffee With D made me angry because it has managed to come to theatres and get good time slots in prime halls despite being a zero, while some excellent small films never manage a theatrical release." Mayank Shekhar from Mid-Day rated the film 1/5, writing "What do we learn about Dawood, thanks to 'Coffee With D'? That he diverted the Malaysian Airline Flight 370, because he was travelling from KL to Karachi, but the flight itself was headed to Beijing. He just landed the plane in his house, and the missing passengers are now his servants. Eh? This is not even funny." Shubhra Gupta from The Indian Express rated it 0.5/5, writing "When the film is about Don Dawood and an Arnab Goswami doppelganger, you expect jokes galore. What you get in stead is this craving to run as far away from theatre as possible." Film Companion rated it 0/5, writing "Instead of a rollicking clever satire, what we get is an amateur production with juvenile ideas and unfunny jokes." wrote "Coffee With D aims for conversational comedy, but it never quite hits its stride. Grover, the television actor best known for his mimicry-based characters Gutthi and Rinku Bhabhi, is miscast as the hero of the enterprise. Grover doesn’t have the ability to command the big screen, and the absence of clever dialogue leaves him visibly flounder