Eczema is a skin disorder. The main symptoms of eczema are inflammation with redness of the skin, extremely dry skin, itchy, brittle and thin skin. Patients complain of painful swelling, bleeding, scale, burning (when sweating) and itching.
Inflammation of the skin caused by eczema introduces bacteria, viruses and other pathogens directly into the bloodstream. The skin’s defense mechanism is very weak. Inflammation flares up with pressure. People with eczema need to find ways to identify the causes of stress.
Eczema is found even in children as young as 12 months. It may appear incurable or not completely curable. Eczema can be cured with natural methods. The main herbs used to cure eczema are neem, hemp, gogolo and the like. Evening primrose, flaxseed oil and even wheatgrass oil can be helpful in treating eczema.
According to Ayurveda, skin diseases are the result of pure blood.
A deep Ayurvedic cleansing method, Panchakarma is a full body cleansing treatment. Bloodletting (raktamoksha) is a method of purifying blood. This practice is not allowed in the US. It is practiced in Kerala at well-known Karma Pancha centers.
Blood donation is not intended for people suffering from anemia, physical weakness, mental disorders and children and adults.
Care for your skin
Eczema skin is very sensitive. Use only soft skin soap. Bathe in cold or light warm water, not hot water.
Apply coconut oil or moisturizer on the skin. This will prevent cracks.
Wear cotton gloves and socks. It will completely absorb any sweat that may form. Be sure to change it often. Do not expose skin to hands or feet in a cold winter atmosphere.
Stress can be a contributing factor to inflammation. Identify the causes of stress and stay away from them. Although this is a difficult thing to ask, do not scratch your skin even if it is itchy.
Take plenty of water. Include fish, fruits and nuts in your daily diet. Eczema brings with it many difficulties. Finding a way to manage the disease somehow is essential to managing the disease and your life in general.