Eczema Treatment: Herbal Therapy Also...

Eczema Treatment: Herbal Therapy Also Works Fine

There are 7 comments on the story from Oct 25, 2007, titled Eczema Treatment: Herbal Therapy Also Works Fine. In it, reports that:

Although steroid preparations and oral drugs may be the mainstay of severe eczema treatment, herbal remedies also work fine in most cases Eczema is a skin disease whose usual symptoms include inflammation, ... via

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Since: Apr 07


#1 Oct 25, 2007
Cream or oil containing tea tree oil is good for eczema.

Bangkok, Thailand

#2 Oct 26, 2007
You betcha herbal treatments work: my 8-year old daughter didn't have her eczema back for a year and a half now after 4 weeks of treatment by Champori herbal cream and spray. We almost gave hope after having tried a miriad of remedies, and then discovered champori.. And I'm sure there must be other herbal remedies out there..

Lexington, KY

#3 Nov 7, 2007
The most powerful natural treatment I have ever seen is Mangosteen. I saw this guy that had poison ivy all over his arm. He was really allergic to it. I didn't know it could look so bad. It looked like his arm was rotton and was about to fall off. Really nasty looking. It generally took about 3 weeks to get over it before with shots and all. He put Mangosteen on it and in about 3 days it was almost cleared up and in 5 days it was gone. Amazing results. It also does this with eczema and other skin conditions as well as whatever. If interested in learning more, you can go to this research site and also another

Flagstaff, AZ

#4 Feb 10, 2008
I am with Troy here. I tried Champori cream/spray combo for my aged eczema and got cleared almost completely in just a couple of weeks! Really wonderful stuff.

Denver, CO

#5 Dec 5, 2010
I cannot agree more about effectiveness of herbal treatments. I had wonderful results with serenaskin eczema remedies. No steroid creams could do what these remedies did for me.

Since: Aug 10

Nanning, China

#6 Dec 6, 2010
yes , i am agree,This is a common skin disease with symmetrically distributed and multiform skin lesions and local itching. The lesions can be classified as acute, subacute and chronic types. The treatment for eczema include Foot massage、Foot acupuncture and herbal medicine . The massage is applied to parathyroid gland 、lung、 ureter and reflecting areas and the lymph nodes (upper body, chest and abdomen. Most of the best choice is use the herbal to improve it , to know about it , that's better than anything here , just take a look
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Glasgow, UK

#7 Nov 15, 2011
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