HOW MANAGE ECZEMA NATURALLY?
If you are hit by eczema, trust nature’s kingdom of powerful remedies and modalities to relieve itching, dryness, swelling and infection of the skin. Read on to learn about details.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Some 10% of the U.S. population – independent of age/race/gender/etc. – are hit by eczema leading to itchy and dry skin and sometimes swelling and infections. If you are one of those, you don’t have to tackle it with chemical synthetics causing additional health issues and without solving the problem.
Rather, trust nature with its ‘kingdom’ of natural remedies and modalities for any health issue – eczema being no exception.
In order to downsize this natural inventory, just see a small selection of
NATURAL ANSWERS – SCIENTIFICALLY VALIDATED
in terms of remedies and modalities as follows. To fight, relieve and avoid dryness, itching and infection of the skin. Easily applicable and economically affordable. Scientifically verified and recommended by the U.S. National Eczema Association (NEA).
Not only as an application not only on the outside of the body - the skin - but also internally as a physiological exchange. Based on the fact that any living species on this planet is a complex biologic-ecologic phenomenon strictly based on natural laws – man included.
Just let us start with
which is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory to prevent and fight infections.
Therefore honey is recommended scientifically to tackle eczema with it according to research at, inter alia, Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan, Neyshabur University of Medical Sciences in Neyshabur, Iran, and Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, UK.
Apple Cider Vinegar
is just one other of those recommendations, with special reference to its antimicrobial activity, according to research at, inter alia, Middlesex University in London, UK, to fight respective bacteria involved.
To be used diluted (only) – to avoid burns at same time – in baths (15-20 minutes) or with wet wraps (3 hours).
Virgin Coconut Oil
helps if pressed cold on the eczema several times a day to add moisture to the skin with the fatty acids it contains to avoid skin dryness.
Based on research at, inter alia, the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center in Manila, Philippines.
Tea Tree Oil
is not only antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, wound healing and preventing infections but also may relieve itching and dryness of the skin.
Before applying, dilute this essential oil and mix it with a carrier oil like olive oil.
According to research at, inter alia, Ahvaz Iidishapur University of Medical Sciences in Ahvaz, Iran.
Since eczema is inflaming the skin, research at, inter alia, Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, recommends
with anti-inflammatory power such as
to avoid eczema flares.
Along with anti-inflammatory
such as cinnamon and turmeric.
Turmeric has been already documented as a powerful anti-inflammatory herb 2000 years ago in the Holy Bible (see our Seminar ‘Health from the Bible’).
IN A NUTSHELL
If you are one of those more than 10% of the U.S. population hit by eczema, trust nature’s kingdom of powerful remedies and modalities to relieve itching, dryness, swelling and infection of the skin. As indicated in this scientifically verified elaboration.
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