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Nov 4, 2012

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Herbal Remedies for Eczema

Healthy You Herbs (official distributor of New Body Products) www.healthyyouherb Eczema relief can be relieved simply using a combination of products. **First, using a mild all natural soap is important. We suggest using Black Soap which is made from cocoa pods and palm oil. Black Soap is an antiseptic soap used to make your skin radiant. It clears acne, marks, blemishes and eczema. Never before was having soft clear skin this simple. http://healthyyouh lack-soap/233 **Second, all natural herbal supplements have been used to alleviate the occurance of eczema as well. -The New Body Herbal Formula SK-F was created to help heal eczema, blackheads, pimples, scratches, whiteheads, and discoloration of the skin, scars, face pitting, dry skin, and oily skin. Ingredients: Slippery Elm, Comfrey Root, Chaparral, Kelp, Valerian Root, Dandelion Root, Aloe Vera Resin, Capsicum. http://healthyyouh k-f/247 -The New Body Herbal Formula Nettles is another great product. Nettle is an essential herb for many disorders because it contains certain vital minerals such as calcium, potassium, silicic acid and iron it is an excellent remedy for kidney trouble. It is a cleansing and detoxifying herb that also slows or stops bleeding from wounds and nosebleeds. Other benefits include: Anemia, Allergies, Ezcema, Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Increase Breast Milk Production, Diuretic Asthma and Mucus, and Urinary Inflammation. http://healthyyouh ettles/303 -CKLS is another great product used in a wide range of ailments. It is an all natural detox and cleanses the impurities from the body. Ingredients: Aloe Vera Resin, Chamomile, Cascara Sagarda, Chaparral, Mullein, Uva Ursi, Fenugreek, Cayenne, Dandelion, Eucalyptus. http://healthyyouh kls/336 Healthy You Herbs provides great customer service support and ships products same day! Sign up to receive their newsletter to receive future discounts and FREE shipping.  (Nov 4, 2012 | post #5)