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Herbal Remedies

How to get rid it Forever for Eczema

By bruce at 2010-12-06 07:04:56
The term "eczema" or "dermatitis" has been used to describe a group of skin problems where the skin becomes itchy and inflamed, and thus red splotches become visible. In a larger scale, eczema is also grouped with the classic allergic diseases, asthma and hay fever, in a complex that is termed "atopy" (from the Greek word "atopos", meaning "out of place"). Eczema is always marked by dry skin.

The eczema skin cannot protect itself from increased rate of evaporation, and the loss of moisture leads to further dryness. In turn, the dry skin gets more irritated and itchy, leading to increased scratching that worsens the rash. The itchy, red rash can affect the entire body. Many people get it in the joints of the arms, especially the inside of the elbows, or the joints of the leg, especially at the back of the knees.

Home Remedy For Eczema

A simple way to cure eczema would be to apply coconut oil on the affected region. This is would help to keep the skin smooth and soft.

Mudpack when applied in the affected area is also helpful in treating eczema.
In a tsp of sandalwood paste, add a tsp of camphor. Apply this paste on the eczema affected area. This is helpful in curing eczema.
Another effective remedy would be making a paste using 1 tablespoon each of turmeric powder and bitter neem leaves. Apply this paste to the affected areas.
Eczema can also be treated using water. Cold compress or cold wet fomentations when applied two times a day is found beneficial in treating eczema.
Take some almond leaves and mash them in water. Apply this mashed mixture on the eczema affected region. It would be helpful in curing eczema.
An effective natural remedy for treating eczema would be to rub nutmeg against a smooth stone with a few drops of water. A paste would be formed. Application of this is a useful way to cure eczema.
Take an iron vessel and boil 200 grams of mustard oil in it. Add 50 grams of fresh clean leaves of neem in it. Once the leaves turn black, let it cool and then strain it. Apply this oil 4 times a day to cure eczema.
Mashed papaya seeds when applied on the eczema affected area reduce itching and help a person suffering from eczema.
Dab some witch hazel on the affected area with a cotton ball. Apply this on the affected area.
Application of spearmint leaf juice also helps reduce eczema.
Sun bathing is also helpful in curing eczema. It kills the harmful bacteria and thus treating the inflammation caused.
It is generally advisable to avoid using soaps, chemicals and other drying agents on the eczema affected area.
Mix 1 tsp. comfrey root, 1 tsp. white oak bark, 1 tsp. slippery elm bark in 2 cups of water. Let this mixture boil for about 35 minutes. Wash the eczema affected area with this.
Avoid foods that may trigger eczema flare-ups. These may include citrus fruits, chocolate, eggs, cow's milk, shellfish, and wheat. It is helpful to keep a journal recording what you eat and note down instances when eczema breaks out.
Emphasize a healthier whole-foods diet with minimal amounts of animal fat, sugar, caffeine, alcohol, and processed and junk foods.
Consume foods high in vitamin A or beta-carotene and potassium such as carrots, and green leafy vegetables in your diet.

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Home Remedies for Eczema

Coconut Oil to Heal Eczema Skin

The MCFA help restore damaged skin, by penetrating into the cell structures of the connective tissues. Hence, it is excellent as a natural eczema treatment, for other skin disorders as well as for anti-ageing purposes. It also helps prevent the skin from developing liver spots, by destroying free radical formation.

MCFA in coconut oil help to prevent fungal and bacterial infections in the skin. At least one type of bacterium feeds on the sebum of our skin, breaking down the tryglycerides of the coconut oil into free fatty acids. When they are broken apart into free fatty acids, they become powerful antimicrobials, killing disease-causing bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

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