A MAGICAL Remedy For ECZEMA, Rashes, And A Range Of Persistent Skin Condition- Don't Ignore!

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Skin condition such as rashes, eczema and many more are due to pollution, detergent, dusts and sometimes processed foods, but don't worry and be glad that it can be healed by simple and natural remedy.

The biggest solution is to stay away from corticosteroids and immunosuppressant because they won’t solve your problem.

Best solutions are natural treatments which will stimulate healing.
  • Bentonite clay infused water
Bentonite is consisted if tinny platelets, with positive and negative charge. The clay works like sponge while going through our body and collecting toxins and absorbing excess oil.

Use this clay twice a week on the problematic area and you will see the difference. It really works if you mix the clay with pure apple vinegar.
  • Kelp
The large brown algae that leaves in the ocean kelp forests is called sea kelp or seaweed. It can be found in the form of capsules and pills, concentrated liquid and food. In most cases is use for medicinal purposes.  It has therapeutic properties for the skin and body.
  • Colloidal Oatmeal
When combined with a liquid, this special form of oatmeal acts like a colloid (hence its name). This means that when molecules (the tiny particles of the grain, in this case) spread through another medium (i.e., the bath water), they permanently change the consistency of that medium. The beauty of a colloidal oatmeal bath, therefore, is that the oatmeal particles don’t all sink to the bottom of the tub.
  • Burdock root
This root has properties to reduce inflammation and to destroy inulin which is responsible for the eczema outbreaks. This plant is rich with enough vitamins that are needed for essential health like vitamin C, niacin, folic acid, riboflavin and so many others vital vitamins.
  • Fermented cod liver oil
This oil contains EPA and DHA which have anti-inflammatory properties and the necessary omega 3 acids which keeps the skin cells alive.

  • Olive leaf
This plant has the properties to protect the skin from infections and bacteria. It has also antibiotic, anti-septic and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Neem oil
This oil as the name says comes from the neem tree and represents natural anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-histamine, anti-viral and anti-microbial oil. Helps in killing bacteria, reduce redness and swelling which cause itching.
  • Transdermal magnesium
This method is very popular among holistic health practitioners. It represent effective addition to magnesium deficiency.
  • Gamma-Linolenic ACID (GLA)
This is one of the unusual fatty acids which come from the evening primrose oil, black currant or hemp oils, but it is very hard to get it in diet, so be aware of the genetically modified oils.
Simple treatment of 500mg twice per day for 8 weeks will have great effect on your skin, nails and hair.
  • Fermented Foods And Probiotics
Kefir, miso soup, tempeh, kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles, kombucha, microalgae and many more contain beneficial bacteria which are great in the fight with diseases and infections caused by bacteria.
  • Coconut oil
Coconut Oil contains lauric acid, which makes up 50% of the fatty acids. Lauric acid has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
  • Topical Creams and salves

They should contain one or more of the following herbs to help relieve itching and burning, and promote healing. The best evidence is for chamomile (Matricaria recutita) creams.
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