Can you give me an all natural remedy for eczema?

Im really good at making remedies… recently a girl has come to me and asked for me to make her something for eczema… my books and referances have never failed me until now.. i cant find anything for it anywhere. help please

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  • Calendula.

    I had really bad eczema across my nose and cheeks, i used a organic calendula based cream from a health food store and later got one that also had st johns wort in it.

    It did wonders, after being told by doctors i would have it forever i was amazed at how well it worked.

    Ive also got calendula tea now as well that ive kept up drinking to try and beat it for good.

    most of what people have already mentioned sounds good, i think the key is good oil, to keep moisture in your skin. Nuts and seeds are a great source of oil.

    Also cleaning your system so your sweat isn’t continually irritating the condition further. Maybe a detox could be beneficial and looking at trying to restore your alkaline/acid balance could also be very helpfull.

  • Try some aloe vera

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    Haemafine Syrup: Haemafine syrup is herbal remedy for all types of skin diseases through blood purification. It not gives a natural glow to the skin but also improves complexion and provides an ultimate cure for acne, pimple, eczema, nose bleeding. More..

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    Care for Your Skin

    * Bathe only with a mild soap, such as Dove, Basis or Oil of Olay. Use a small amount of soap when bathing. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot.
    * Moisturizers help keep your skin soft and flexible. They prevent skin cracks. A plain moisturizer is best.
    * Try not to scratch the irritated area on your skin even if it itches.
    * Too much heat and sweat can make your skin more irritated and itchy.
    * Eczema can flare up when you are under stress. Learn how to recognize and cope with stress.

    Prevention:

    Dietary restrictions that may help avoid flare ups include eggs, fish, peanuts, and soy. This is very individual and should be discussed with your health care provider. Control of stress, nervousness, anxiety, and depression may help prevent flares of eczema.

    Advice:

    Coconut oil may be applied to the portions with eczema. Carrot juice and spinach juice in combination is highly beneficial for eczema. Drink plenty of water and take fruit juices like orange.

    Its been reported that drinking tomato juice (not the cocktail) clears up the eczema in a matter of days. If you need to, add some pepper or your favorite spice to give the juice flavor.

    Home Remedies:

    1. Add 1 teaspoon camphor to 1 teaspoon sandalwood paste and apply on the affected areas.

    2. Rub a nutmeg (hard aromatic seed of an East Indian tree) against a smooth stone slab with a little water and make a paste. Apply to affected area.

    3. Coconut oil may be applied to the portions with eczema. Carrot juice and spinach juice in combination is highly beneficial for eczema. Drink plenty of water and take fruit juices like orange.

    4. Its been reported that drinking tomato juice (not the cocktail) clears up the eczema in a matter of days. If you need to, add some pepper or your favorite spice to give the juice flavor.

    I hope this helps you.

  • lenisey_wessy_poo

    im not too sure how to help you. i dont believe you can make something at home to cure this. but it is worth a try. if worse comes to worse, i would suggest giving her noxema in a different bottle in an attempt to keep your reputation.

  • Eczema Soap
    Grate one large block of olive oil soap into a basin and add 25 grams of finely chopped witch hazel, a few drops of essential oil and a tablespoon of finely ground oatmeal. Heat gently and pour into mould ( you can use an egg box with waxed paper on it). Let it cool and wash with it.

    You can try rubbing coconut oil to the affected area as a moisturizer.
    In Spain, warm olive oil has been used as a great remedy, too.

  • Go to to your nearest health food store and buy some Zinc ointment…..it works……

  • moonlight3242002

    a) 2 cups colloidal oatmeal in bathtub of lukewarm water – bag balm works also for dry patches
    b) cotton clothing
    c) hydrocortisone creams for itch