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Eczema is a skin condition that results in dry scaly patches developing on the sufferers skin, whilst this condition does not cause any serious ill effects, it can be quite an embarrassing condition. Many nutritionists recommend the use of certain herbs to treat eczema.

Herbal remedies for eczema stimulate the functions of the liver, as it is thought that any liver disorders can have a serious impact upon  many skin conditions. Many eczema sufferers are thought to have weakend immune systems, which can leave them open to an attack from warts, herpes, and many other viral problems.

Eczema herbal remedies come from all over the world, however few countries know more about herbal treatments than China! Many Chinese medicine shops are the first port of call for many eczema sufferers. Burdock root and bupleurum are both good solutions for eczema.

Bupleurum is a Chinese herb that is well known for the treatment of eczema. This causes great improvement in the condition of your skin. Milk Thistle is a liver herb, and this is fantastic at resolving eczema and other related problems.

An Indian plant known as Gotu Kola can be applied as a salve to cracked and broken skin, this is great at promoting healing. A hoten in Austria uses these herbs, and injects them into patients, along with salve, which supposedly speeds up the healing prcess.

Pau D’arco is another popular eczema remedy, this is called the “Immunity enhancing herb”, this comes from the bark of a tree that is normally found in south America. All around the world, liquorice roots are used to help reduce swelling, and also improve liver functions.

GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid) is a product which is great at controlling the symptoms of eczema. Primrose oil, chamomile, and licorice root are all sources of GLA. GLA is a naturally occurring fatty acid which is essential for proper bodily functions.

When taking primrose oil, the average daily dosage is around 2-4 grams, it should never be taken on an empty stomach as it can be damaging to your stomach lining. You may have to wait upwards of six months before the results of primrose oil become apparent, so you must be patient! Don’t expect any immediate effects. All across Europe, primorose oil is the favourite way to treat eczema and any realated skin problems.

There are many other herbs that can help eczema sufferers, these herbs can cleanse the skin and lymph nodes, these can help to clear up any rashes that might develop, and also help to rid the skin of impurities. These herbs include burdock, clover, nettle, and yellow dock. Yellow dock is the best known herb to treat eczema sufferers.

You can take many of these herbs in a tea form, which makes taking them much easier. You can buy these herbs at any good health food store, or you could even try looking in your supermarket as many of them are starting to stock these. You need to buy:

Mix one part burdock root, to one part red clover, ro one part yellow dock (all equal quantities), mix them all together. Take one teaspoon of this mixture and add it to a cup of warm water, stir this well and enjoy a lovely tea which should be great benefit to your eczema.

There are many herbal remedies for eczema, it is important to consult a herbalist for more information about which herbs may be suitable. You should also consult your doctor as although these treatments are natural, they can be just as nasty as prescription drugs, make sure you mention what other medication you are currently taking.



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