The Homeopathic Treatment of Eczema Part 2


Eczema Check List  Part 2

3-            Have you tried Quercetin?

Quercetin is a natural product derived from onions that acts as a natural antihistamine. Or you could just eat a lot more onions and garlic.  This is a band aid solution on the way to cure.

4-            Are you remembering to take a good quality probiotic daily?

Probiotics are a group of friendly bacteria that includes acidophilus.  These good  bacteria help the intestines have the best flora, the best environment.  When the   flora of the intestine is out of balance, your intestines become more permeable to  foreign proteins that are reacted to as allergens.  So keeping your gut healthy will keep your immune system balanced and thus your skin less allergically inflamed.  The best probiotic for eczema prone folks has  Lactobaccilus rhamnosus in it. One brand  that contains Lactobaccilus rhamnosus is Reuteri by Nature’s Way.

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The probiotics have been one of the number one ways my eczema has been able to be controlled. I got one by Jarrow Formulas that has the acidophilus rhamnosus. It’s almost like I can “feel” the difference. I didn’t know that for so long, I had kind’ve a “leaky gut”. I am a firm believer in probiotics and will probably never stop taking it, now that I’ve seen how great it is!