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Condition:

Eczema

Definition:

Eczema (EK-zeh-muh)

A group of conditions in which the skin becomes inflamed forms blisters, and becomes crusty, thick, and scaly.

Eczema causes burning and itching and may occur over a long period.

Atopic dermatitis is the most common type of eczema.

Symptom:

  • Dry, cracked skin.
  • Itchiness (pruritus).
  • Rash on swollen skin that varies in color depending on your skin color.
  • Small, raised bumps, on brown or black skin.
  • Oozing and crusting.
  • Thickened skin.
  • Darkening of the skin around the eyes.
  • Raw, sensitive skin from scratching.

Description:

Protocol:

Eczema

Topically apply the Eczema Blend (100ml) over the skin as required.

Use either the Irritable Skin Support (Eczema) Blend (30ml) or the Frankincense/Myrrh Blend to help calm irritated skin.

For children aged between 5 to 12 years old, dilute these blends further with an olive carrier oil before applying them to their skin.

For younger children refer to the Eczema Roll-on.

Drink 1, capsule Gut Cleanse, once a day after a meal or a small snack.

Further consider the following from the Healing Herbs

Topically apply the Skin Healing Cream 100ml 250ml.

IN ADDITION, SOME HOME REMEDIES TO EXPERIMENT WITH AND SEE WHAT WORKS FOR YOU:

Wet wrapping is a technique used to treat severe cases of eczema. It can be used on all parts of the body, including the face.

1. Begin by soaking the affected area in warm water for 1015 minutes.

2. Pat the skin dry, leaving it damp.

3. Apply a thin layer of a thick emollient or ointment.

4. Apply a wet wrap over the area. The wrap should be made of a thin material such as cotton gauze or other breathable fabric.

5. Seal the wrap with a dry cloth, tape, or elastic bandage.

6. Leave the wrap on for 30 minutes to 1 hour, or as long as is comfortable.

7. Remove the wrap and pat the area dry.

8. Reapply a thin layer of the emollient or ointment.

9. Repeat the process as needed.

Prepare a bath using raw, uncooked oats.

1. Fill a stocking with raw, uncooked oats. Make sure that the oats are plain and not flavored with any added artificial ingredients, preservatives, or sugar.

2. Tie the top of the stocking to close it off.

3. Place the stocking in a bath of warm water and allow it to soak for 5-10 minutes.

4. Squeeze the stocking gently to release the oat water into the bath.

5. Soak in the bath for 20-30 minutes.

6. When finished, rinse off and pat dry.

More natural remedies:

1. Apply a cool compress. A cool compress can help soothe the itching and inflammation of eczema. To make a cool compress, soak a clean washcloth in cool water, wring it out, and apply it to the affected area for 1015 minutes.

2. Take an oatmeal bath. Oatmeal has antiinflammatory and skinsoothing properties. To make an oatmeal bath, grind 1 cup of oatmeal in a food processor or blender until it reaches a powderlike consistency. Then add the oatmeal powder to a lukewarm bath and soak for 1015 minutes.  

3. Apply aloe vera. Aloe vera has antiinflammatory and skinsoothing properties. Apply a thin layer of pure aloe vera gel to the affected area two to three times daily.

4. Apply coconut. Coconut oil has antiinflammatory and skinsoothing properties. To use coconut oil, apply it to the affected area two to three times daily.

5. Avoid harsh soaps and detergents. Harsh soaps and detergents can irritate the skin, making eczema worse. Avoid using any type of soap or detergent on the

Precautions & Side Effects:

Recommended Products:

Eczema 100ml Blend
R650.00 Incl. VAT
Frankincense/Myrrh Oil 30ml Blend
R450.00 Incl. VAT
Gut Cleanse Oil 30ml Blend
R500.00 Incl. VAT
Irritable Skin Support (Eczema) Oil 30ml Blend
R380.00 Incl. VAT

Complimentory Products:

Coconut Carrier 30ml
R100.00 Incl. VAT
Eczema Roll-on 10ml K
R200.00 Incl. VAT
Olive 30ml Carrier oil
R100.00 Incl. VAT
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