Eczema is a common skin condition that affects people of all ages. It is caused by the skin's sensitivity to different substances in our daily lives. The result is a chronic skin condition characterised by inflamed, red, itchy skin. Things like dust, soap, perfumes, and even some foods can trigger this unpleasant skin condition.
Homeopathy aims to cure eczema by strengthening the immune system and reducing the body's reaction to triggering substances. Along with prescribed treatments, there are several natural remedies like coconut oil, chamomile tea, and oatmeal baths that can be used at home to temporarily ease eczema symptoms.
One of the most common eczema remedies, sulfur works best for the burning symptoms of eczema. Sulfur is a mineral known for helping to maintain humans' skin, nails, and hair.
Graphites are used to treat cases of eczema where patients are suffering from thick discharge. Graphites are an effective remedy that can also be used to treat stomach ulcers and cold cores.
Hepar Sulphuris (calcium sulfide) is a homeopathic remedy created by the father of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann. It is used to treat atopic dermatitis and eczema with pus formation.
Dulcamara is especially effective on eczema patients whose symptoms worsen in cold and damp weather. The remedy is made from fresh stems and leaves taken from the nightshade plant.
Mezereum (Spurge Olive) is typically used to treat eczema when there is a crust formation. Most of the time these patients' symptoms are worse at night and improve in fresh air.Posted: Monday, February 6th, 11:29pm 3 years ago
“With Dr. Nielsen’s help, (I am) coping much easier with life and feeling truly alive again. I am feeling much stronger, more confident and happier than I have in at least 10 years, and remain blissfully drug free!” -Shannon E.