Does neem help in curing eczema forever in life?

I have got eczema. I had it from the past seven months. If I eat fresh or dried neem leaves daily with empty stomach, does it help me in curing eczema forever? Nothing else has helped.

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Neem and eczema
by: Birgit

The root cause for eczema lies in our genes, and that means there is no cure for it.

Neem based products have been shown to be very effective in treating eczema (as in, relieving the symptoms), but they don't cure eczema.

The term eczema, or common eczema, refers to a lifelong tendency to allergies, similar to other skin disorders, or asthma or hay fever. There is no cure for hay fever, and there is no cure for eczema.

(As a side note, are you sure that what you suffer from is common eczema? It could be another skin disorder that causes similar symptoms.)

The only thing eczema sufferers can do is prevent outbreaks and control the symptoms.

To prevent outbreaks it is important to identify which allergens cause a reaction and to prevent the skin from drying out. (See the page on neem for eczema for more info.)

External use of neem based moisturizers helps to prevent dryness of the skin.

External use of neem leaf on the skin helps to soothe the inflammation and redness and combats secondary infections.

Regarding the internal use of neem for eczema, I have no experience with treating eczema by taking neem leaves, and so far I haven't come across any references or reports about it.

Seeing your email address I assume you are located in India. I would suggest you consult a good Ayurvedic practitioner, someone who can assess your overall health and body type, your diet and lifestyle, and then recommend the best supplements, or dietary or lifestyle changes for you.

Unfortunately eczema is not a condition where a simple remedy will work for all.

Eczema
by: Rajni

Hi Friend,

We have used Pure Neem Soap for all type of skin problems and it has helped on Eczema a lot. So if you try Pure Neem Soap, where there is no side effect, it may help you.

At present we have few Pure Neem Soap samples without box, (which I can give you free. If you like to try I can send it to you as I am also from Ahmedabad, India.

Very soon we are coming in the market with new packing for Pure Neem Soap - which is made with 70% of Neem Oil, Aloe Vera and other herbals.

You can reply me on rjjavia@yahoo.com

Best wishes & regards.
Rajni

Neem amd Eczema cure
by: Anonymous

House remedies and the mythical magic of using neem may work for some people but not general population.

I am sixty five years old and I suddenly developed persistent eczema out of the blue.

It certainly is an allergic reaction and the immune system is not preventing the flare up. Just external applications will not help but one should treat the liver, kidneys and anything else connected with the immune system to treat chronic eczema.

For mental satisfaction than real cure one can use all these products that are popping up on the net announced by these peddlers who have no realistic data of any real life situations.

I have been hit with severe eczema for over two years and have spent a lot of money on crèames and medicines to no avail. I have even gone with weeding out anything that is causing allergies in my system with not much luck yet.

Anil Kumar
USA

Who said it's a cure-all? Back to Basics...
by: Chris

Neem helps to treat and help heal skin externally, as will bentonite clay. Yet both work in different ways. But this is only a topical treatment. I would like to specifically address the person who developed eczema at around 60. I am 57 and started having eczema bouts about 2 years ago. In all my research I have learned that eczema usually begins in childhood. So what happened with us?

I never even had acne or pimples during adolescence. Here's what I found: Eczema occurs when the immune system goes bonkers for one reason or another. Now what would trigger the immune system to go into high gear? Something's wrong inside of us. I read on one site, where hundreds of people posted about their eczema problems and what they had done, and what worked and what didn't, that it all goes back to what we shove into our mouths.

Now I grew up in Europe in the post war years, and my mom prepared all meals from scratch. As we grew older, became more 'sophisticated' and 'progressively civilized', the butcher shop around the corner and the mom and pop corner store disappeared. We stopped cultivating our own gardens for fruits and veggies, as we began buying our meals in cans, bottles, packages etc, we began wreaking havoc on our bodies. Processing of foods depletes them of vital nutrients, vitamins, minerals, etc, that our bodies need to function 'normally'.

If the body doesn't get what it needs, it retaliates via the immune system. Our new-found civilized diets have managed to cause a major imbalance in our digestive tract; the gut, where it all begins (after we shove it into our mouths), because this is the way our body gets, or should get, what it needs. Now there's this ph balance in the gut. This balance is alkalinity and acidity. When the balance is right, the gut is slightly more alkaline and slightly less acidic (47-53% or there about). When this gets out of balance, well, being where the whole process begins, it stands to reason that a whole bunch of other stuff gets out of whack from there on, and the immune system reacts with pain, bloating, cramps, headaches and on and on, to include eczema, and more serious stuff like heart diseases like diabetes, and high blood pressure etc.

It makes sense, when you learn how it all works together. So I kept reading about how people had great success taking organic apple cider vinegar (with the mother) on a daily basis (amazing stuff). I tried it, and it helped. So I attempted to go back to the basics. It's not always easy, but I took control of my body and began using mother nature's remedies. Neem is one of those.

I've been using neem oil for 3 years as a natural flea treatment. I make my dogs' shampoo with it, a spray, and now I'm adding it to Aloevera gel and olive oil to treat my first eczema outbreak in over a year. Yup, I'm guilty. Too many sweets, too many eggs, too much coffee, not enough fresh fruits and veggies. And I did just order 4 gallons of the vinegar (I use it for many other things too).

dermititis
by: Anonymous

Hi Chris,

I am also suffering from dermatitis. Can u guide me how to cure it? I am really getting upset due to this patch.

Please mail me at brijesh_73@hotmail.com. Cheers!!

Ref post by Birgit
by: Chris

"The root cause for eczema lies in our genes, and that means there is no cure for it."

The above is a blatant misstatement, especially considering that the majority of information I have found clearly shows that they are still pretty much in the dark about this condition. Studies have also revealed that the recent dramatic rise in eczema cases cannot be inertly attributed to genes, because it is highly unlikely that genetic factors would change in such a short time. Read here for more info

http://www.medicinenet.com/eczema/article.htm
http://www.eczemaguide.ca/basics/what_causes_eczema.html
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/14417.php

It is a combination of factors contributing to this condition as well as other allergies and health conditions. At best you can say that some genetic factors may contribute to a person developing a 'sensitivity' to developing skin conditions, but the triggers is what brings it out. And a lot of this is all the poisons and chemicals in all the stuff we use every day, as well as our DIET!

"There is no cure for hay fever, and there is no cure for eczema."

In my humble opinion, this is a load of crock. Is poor eyesight a disease? I would say it is more of a condition, which people try to correct by wearing classes/contacts etc. In most mainstream reading this is exactly what is recommended to keep eczema outbreaks at bay: limit or avoid outside triggers. Rarely have I seen references made to nutrition. This is a VERY interesting article, plainly written for anyone to completely comprehend, how so VERY IMPORTANT a healthy gut is, And it starts at birth.

http://www.organicthrifty.com/2009/10/14/nutritional-support-for-eczema/

Back to basics folks-there lies your remedy!!!

Neem helps Eczema
by: Natasha

Hi,

I have dealt with eczema on and off since I turned 21. The new kind that surfaced here in Houston is where a small blister looking red bubble appears on the sole of my foot. Houston's weather is hot and humid - ideal conditions to get eczema.

Since I had it before and the bubble got some buddy bubbles all under the skin)it was itchy and very red. I was visiting Pakistan and on the day that I was to come back my mother boiled bunch of Neem leaves for me and made me soak my feet in the lukewarm water for at least half hour. I came back to Houston and discovered that the blisters had started to dry out and completely vanished.

After 14 years I have it again and the buddy bubbles are a size of a golf ball. Its on the inside curve of my foot so it is difficult to save the foot from rubbing against any type of shoe. I had to wear socks in the sweltering heat to save them (which in turn made the environment more hot and humid for them). I visited an Indian young doctor and he gave me an atopical ointment but told me to stop using Neem oil (which I found at a Pakistani store).

Thankfully today I was picking my kid from a friend's house and they had the Neem tree (as their kid also has Eczema) so I am very lucky to have found fresh Neem leaves in the USA.

I intend to eat some leaves and use the rest to soak my foot in some of the boiled ones. I totally believe in them. Even if they don't cure forever they at least help for the current problem.

Store Bought Soaps Trigger Eczema
by: Anonymous

Hello,

My daughter is seven years old and has been battling eczema for the past 4. We have used all types of recommended soaps and creams but nothing worked. I then decided to go own my own and investigate. I do believe that coconut, olive or grapeseed oil mixed with freshly ground oatmeal( from coffee grinder) seems to help the most, as a bubble bath if you may. Additionally we use a neem soap with coconut oil and seaweed. It seems to be working thus far. Can not say if it cured. Although itch is gone, and she even commented on the softness of her skin within 3 days of use. Good luck !

In US: go to neem tree farms(ONLINE) for live plant ordering or products.

Thanks.

Neem leaves wanted
by: Ashumi

Hi Natasha.

I am also in Houston, and am looking for fresh neem leaves. I actually want to grow them. You had said your friend has a neem tree. Would your friend be willing to give me some neem seeds?

It would be a great help.

You can contact me on shumishah@gmail.com

Eczema caused by food allergies; Possible Solution!
by: Anonymous

My previous post was on my seven year old daughter and her eczema and I am happy to report that three months of using neem salve( as a topical medidine), coconut oil + grapeseed oil( as a bath additive which is also a good source of natural vitamin E), and making a few changes to her diet has helped immensely.

She has completely healed. I have spoken to holistic doctors and they believe that the additives, food dyes, preservatives, "SUGAR" and all cow milk must be avoided! For about a month, I stopped giving her gluten as well. We started using almond milk for everything; baking, drinking, even for packaged ice-cream.

It was really a miracle. Within 2 weeks she stopped itching from getting off milk alone, and saw gradual improvements thereafter. I can not state they every individuals eczema would be related to food allergies. Although, it is worth a try.

Other common food allergies are caused by peanuts, and soy! I found out she was allergic to peanuts, and we ate the chickf**a fastfood once maybe twice a week.

Look up eczema society + UK. It overviews many food allergies and eczema, that is just not diagnosed here. Hope this helps everyone, Good luck !!!

Info for Ashumi
by: MissChris

ASHUMI, you can buy a lot of neem stuff here http://neemtreefarms.com/

However, I am not in any way affiliated with this site.

I am 20 and suffering from Eczema since 9 months
by: Anonymous

I have these rough scaly patches on the ventral side of my foot. It is really itchy. When I visited the doctor, he said it’s Eczema and gave me a topical cream but not a single change is seen in my foot. Can anyone help me how should I get rid of this? Because this is really irritating and I always have to hide my foot from others by using closed shoes. And also is this a lifelong disease? Can it be cures completely? If yes then how? Please help me?

And I also want to know that is this a genetic disease? But no one in my family acquired this kind of disease till now. Please help me.

Neem for eczema
by: kk

Hi all, I've had severe eczema for the past 20 yrs now. I tried all kinds of treatments back in India including homeopathy, Ayurvedic and steroids! My Ayurvedic doctor told me to apply a combo of neem leaves, sandalwood oil and a few other oils, pounded together to get the juices from the neem leaves and apply to my affected areas. It worked more or less but unfortunately since I've come to Ireland (9yrs) it's affecting me again. I suffer from hay fever and initially I used to get asthmatic especially during autumn. But since I got pregnant, the asthma has gone but now the eczema has erupted on my face and neck and forearms. It's very unsightly especially if the weather keeps changing and after again going through allergy tests, I'm zeroing on neem. Last yr I was totally dairy free and I have stopped eating processed foods like crisps, biscuits, etc. however it doesn't seem to have made any difference.

I was wondering if the anonymous lady whose 7 yr old daughters cured of eczema could kindly tell me the name of the neem products she used.

RESPONSE TO KK
by: Anonymous

I used neem aura a salve. I am on the east coast and seems like most neem farms are out west.

I sprayed collidal silver on affected spots during the days 4-5 x a day for 3 weeks while using neem salve at night.

Go to a good organic food store and get probiotics and a skin formulated vitamin. Theory is that it is a bit of deficiency.

Drink only spring water, or filtered. Drink only water! Detox your body; only eat whole fruits and vegetables, and grilled meat. Natural carbs okay: brown rice, yams etc. Avoid purchased juices as the additional acid will unbalance the body. Look up a yeast free diet. Avoid everything with sugar content, even fruit with high sugar at the beginning. We had to do it for 3 months. At this moment it has been 7 months and still problem free, thank God! No, we are not still actively on the diet; however, we do still watch unnatural sugar and food addiditives.

If you give me an email address, I will respond to you where you can get the diet from online.

Eczema
by: Anonymous

Yes, eczema is an auto immune disease, as per our modern medicine standards. I have researched countless hours online from various countries. It seems that eczema is found more in the US than any other country. Look up eczema + milk thistle for liver cleansing. It truly is life changing.

My daughter was on top tier steroids when she was 7 yr old. That is insane! I looked up and contacted various holistic doctors and combined their program into one. Although, it seems like anything can trigger eczema, from soaps, shampoo, hand and laundry to food, the point is to go through many trial and errors of changes to figure out what the root of the problem/ trigger is.

What is an Auto Immune Disease?
by: MissChris

I know that everyone knows the word, but how many people actually know what it is? For those insisting that eczema is in the genes, I for one am a perfect example that this is not the case. Nobody in my family on either side 4 generations back has ever had this ailment, and I never got it till I got past 50. That said, below are a few links about autoimmune disease and what causes it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autoimmune_disease
Autoimmune diseases arise from an inappropriate immune response of the body against substances and tissues normally present in the body. In other words, the immune system mistakes some part of the body as a pathogen and attacks its own cells.

http://womenshealth.gov/publications/our-publications/fact-sheet/autoimmune-diseases.cfm#a
Our bodies have an immune system, which is a complex network of special cells and organs that defends the body from germs and other foreign invaders. At the core of the immune system is the ability to tell the difference between self and no self: what's you and what's foreign. A flaw can make the body unable to tell the difference between self and no self. When this happens, the body makes auto antibodies (AW-toh-AN-teye-bah-deez) that attack normal cells by mistake. At the same time special cells called regulatory T cells fail to do their job of keeping the immune system in line. The result is a misguided attack on your own body. This causes the damage we know as autoimmune disease.

There are many more articles out there pretty much explaining the same thing. Now what causes this is the mystery. Opinions are divided. But following is an article I found quite interesting and packs a lot of information into an understandable package.
http://www.evenbetterhealth.com/autoimmune-disease-causes.asp

This article is also very informative and hits home. What I like most about this is the involvement of actual experiences.
http://www.drpepi.com/autoimmune-disease.htm

Adult Eczema
by: J0N

Thank you all for your comments. I’m 55 and developed eczema 4 months ago. What a battle! DOCTOR gave me steroid cream; it arrested the outbreaks which have come back even worse. I’m taking burdock, gotu kola & omega7 herbal capsules. Thought they'd cure me. I'M NOW LOOKING FOR ITCH RELIEF from neem. Am sticking with the herbs; gotu kola has helped me with mind concentration & strength. Yesterday used a paste of raw honey & olive oil all over my body for 10 hours which stopped the itching! Just can’t be sticky like that all day but I did read that if you do that for up to 2 weeks, the honey can cure the skin of eczema. I HAVE eliminated yeast & whole grain bread and willing to take all the suggestions till I get better.

Twinrix Induced
by: tina

Hi All,

I am 49, two years ago I received the twinrix vaccine so that I would be protected in the tropical vacation spot Jamaica from possible hep infection. It was about six months after the shot that eczema reared its ugly head; hand and feet mostly to the tune of dry, cracking, peeling, and red, sore on and on. I didn't know what happened because this was the first experience for me with eczema and I trolled the web in search of answers like you. I realized that even though it was six months after the shot that the symptoms exploded I was having symptoms immediately. I had dry flaky skin from the get go of this shot. Not severe so as to raise red flags but there for the first time in my life.

I mentioned this to my doctor and he said that they could in fact be linked to my outbreak, what the shot does is send your immune system into hyper drive to protect you from alien invasions of things you are not normally exposed to. Unfortunately in me it is thinking my cells are being invaded by everything. And I gave up dairy and gluten cut way back on sugar. And I still get breakouts. It has debilitated my life and unfortunately this shot stays with you forever, my only hope is that after a few years my body might assimilate it better, I hope this is the case.

acne and seborhoic dermatitis or atopic dermatitis
by: faria

i have both acne prone skin(oily skin)and dermatitis too.is neem pace pack or neem leaves helpful???? plz send at chototiy@hotmail.com

Eczema ( the dreadful)
by: Raghu

Hello sufferers like me.

I debeloped eczema last November. Initially I thought it was dry skin since it was winter. Then went started my expensive journey with dermatologists and their creams. One cream was $650 with insurance which turned out to be if no use. I tried changing my diet, started wearing only cotton clothes, avoided all that were listed in the stupid patch test to no avail. Then i
Was referrered to Mayo Clinic for more test. That was it! I thought these guys are just making money and nothin else. I started doing my own research and finally found a saviour. Apple Cider Vinegar by Bragg is the inexpensive and best for eczema. I soak my hands in diluted ACV for about 15 mins twice a day and then apply Vaseline. I did this for 2-3 weeks and I have 75-80% cured from eczema and all
The blisters have dried up. No new ones ( thank God). I also mix 1 table spoon in a glass of water and honey and drink twice a day. I feel so much better. I just started using Neem Aura soap which the local health store said helps in taking cAre of this gruesome hell. I definitely recommend ACV with the mother. Yes with the mother is very important. All the dead skin is coming out with. Hope this information finds helpful to others. One piece of advice is not to drink concentrated since it burns or stings. Always dilute it. May God bless you all!

eczema from I was a baby
by: toya

I have eczema from since I was a baby and each time I go to the doctor I get a pill and cream and nothing changes. When the sun is hot the find bumps come up and my skin swells very bad and when the time is cool the swelling is gone but the bumps are always there. Please if anyone out there is going through the same and can help me I would really like that. God bless you.

Possible relief to persistent skin problems!
by: Anonymous

Hi folks,
I'm a senior and have been suffering from regular ecezema like skin problems. I visited the skin specialist and he advised me that he too was surprised. He then got his nurse to take a biopsy and sent it to the lab.
They said that it was NOT ecezema, rather due to the side-effects after having taken Plavix or Aspirin as per advice by the heart specialist that I had taken as I've had four heart attacks. My last heart attack was in 2006 and since then I've had none as I promptly quit taking any of the prescribed medications as they had servere side-effects.
After using various skin ointments for the past 10 years to alleviate the itching of inflammation I just got totally frustrated.
My wife too couldn't understand why so I asked her to buy me 100% organic neem oil which I tried for the first time today using coconut oil as the carrier oil. Just wish to inform you that within a few minutes the itching almost vanished which surprised me. However, I intend using it twice a day till the inflammation and redness too disappears. Will keep you posted. Hope you could give it a try and see for yourself as there is no side-effects.

Homeopathy can cure eczema
by: Vinod

Homeopathy can cure eczema, for good (no recurrence). Genetic disorders are curable in Homeopathy, that's why. The main problem is for the patient to find a good Homeopathy doctor.

Meanwhile, use Neem (make a fresh paste from the leaves yourself) which is certainly a great help instead of ending up worse by not resorting to any natural means. Making Neem paste yourself is better, processed products are uncertain as we are not sure how they really do it behind the scenes.

ayurvedic cure - no steroids
by: Deeksha

I had eczema as a child and it suddenly appeared two years ago around my 18th birthday. Both the times it started, the situation in my life was quite stressful which made me eat less healthy, kept thinking about the same thing over and over and ultimately this time around caused me depression and boom I had eczema after having very normal to oily skin which was great in texture.
I then developed herpeticum on my eczema and I vowed to change my life around completely. I'm still in the process of healing but I've made 60% recovery by doing rather simple things. (I used topical steroids for 3 months straight because I believed allopathy would cure me, but nah so I decided to stop and treat it from within.

1. COMPLETELY STOP any processed or packed food. No dinner out, only home cooked food which is fresh. No spice, less salt and no sugar.

2. Grow a neem (azadirachta indica) tree in your house in a pot. Very easy to grow. Use the Indian variety as it is the most potent. Take three to four twigs of fresh neem leaves or 100% powder of leaves and boil in fresh water, let it cool down and bathe with this. Also make a thick paste of the leaves with turmeric and honey and a bit of water and apply to affected area, let it sit for a few hours by wrapping with a slightly damp muslin or cotton cloth. Ot may burn a bit but it's well worth the pain.

3. Have turmeric milk. Add fresh turmeric minced into warm milk and let it simmer for a couple of minutes. Add pepper so that the curcumin can be absorbed by the body and have this before sleeping.

4. Wear only cottons and no artificial or rough woolen clothes.

5. DO NOT LIVE IN A CARPETED ENVIRONMENT. You are literally inducing more eczema because of dust mites.

6. Omega 3-6-9, vitamin C and evening primrose oil capsules are a must, they are an amazing investment for good skin.

7. DO NOT USE STEROIDS. Once you start and your body gets addicted you can in most cases end up with something called red skin syndrome which I have as I type this. Your facial skin will keep oozing for months forming a thick crust and itch like a flea infected dog.
Use emu, coconut and neem leaf/seed oil and the best of all GHEE OR CLARIFIED BUTTER. BUT THE INDIAN ONE IS THE ONE I USE AS I HAVE IT AVAILABLE IN MY HOUSE ALWAYS. APPLY THIS, EAT THIS, BREATHE THIS. No jokes, it's life changing. Also it is not fattening, in fact it causes fat stores in the body to release energy and reduces their size.

If you want more ideas you can always look at more ayurvedic treatments as I mentioned above. Your eczema may appear to flare up for a bit right after doing these things but it will die down and trust me it's well worth that inconvenience.

DO THE ABOVE THINGS EVERYDAY AND STOP STEROIDS, THEY GIVE ONLY TEMPORARY RELIEF AND WILL START OWNING YOUR SKIN, LEAVING YOU COMPLETELY STUCK IN A VICIOUS CYCLE. ALLOPATHY IS SYMPTOMATIC TREATMENT AND CANNOT CURE ECZEMA. I completely cured my eczema with these things when I was a child and will do so again.

If you have lost your appetite for whatever reason you can buy LIV52 by Himalaya, a herbal medicine with no side effects that releases hepatotoxin from your liver and increases metabolism, hence increasing appetite.

Have faith in yourself and the power of eating right. Eating right causes the body's pH TO REMAIN INTACT INSYNC, too much acidity/ alkalinity causes eczema. Buy pH strips from the chemist or order from eBay and then eat accordingly.

You are not alone. If people can recover from cancer and live normal lives then so can you. And don't get bogged down during flare ups or itchy times. People will judge you anyway so don't fret about what they think. Drink tonnes of water.

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Eczema and Neem
by: Anonymous

I get eczema sometimes, but very infrequently. The main contributing factor to me getting eczema on my face is that I am allergic to different chemicals in soap. I have to use special soap. The only soap that has helped me is Dr Bronner's soap. I use the tea tree oil type. This soap is organic and keeps eczema away for me.

Boilling neem leaves and putting the warm water with neem leaves on your face several times a day, as well as drinking and eating the leaves, does in fact minimize eczema symptoms. I recently tried this and it took my eczema away about 5 days faster than normal. I, however, only get eczema very rarely. I get it about every 3 to 5 years, but that is because I am careful. I eat right, I don't use products with harsh chemicals (including non-toxic laundry detergent), I buy only hypoallergenic make-up and I try to stay healthy. Eczema doesn't have to be a lifelong terrible condition. It can be managed, in my opinion. You have to get to the root of what you are allergic to and make sure you are eating right and digesting your food properly plus drinking a lot of water. Junk food is bad for your skin, period. If you get eczema you should be eating a lot of fiber and taking extra care of your health.

Good luck! Eczema is terrible, but it can become a very infrequent problem, in my opinion, if you try to learn what is causing it for you. Do an in depth survey on your lifestyle and try to pin point what's creating it in your life. Good luck!!!

Eczema
by: Sandy

I am new to Eczema. I started having it 6 months ago. I am on homeopathic medicine. It brought out my eczema from inside my system. I have it on my neck, around my mouth, mid section of both my left and ride hands, and on the shins of my legs.

My homeopath was against me taking any supplement but was aware I took calcium and vitamin B supplements. I did some research on forum pages and found out lack of vitamins can cause eczema as well. I am a vegetarian.

I followed a strict diet of cutting out wheat, yeast, sugar, processed foods, preservatives, tomatoes, brinjal, spinach, capsicum, cheese, milk, snacks, bread, cucumber, butter.

I eat fermented food like dosas and idlis, chapati made of gluten free and wheat free flours, fruits, occasional yogurt, dhals, green beans, salads, green vegetables, sweet potato, carrots, radish, pumpkin, beetroot, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, french beans, celery, bittergourd and other indian veges.

I also take Organic India's Tulsi Cleanse to clean the liver and kidney of toxins. The break through came about 8 days ago. I am taking Organic India's Skin Renew which has neem, amla (Indian gooseberry) and turmeric. It's in a capsule. I am also taking Vitamin D3.

Within 24 hours I noticed my eczema was healing. 8 days later today, it's healing so well. There is still some itchiness but what a difference. The eczema around my neck is 90 percent gone. 95 percent gone from around my mouth.

I alternate between organic almond oil and unrefined organic coconut oil for my skin. I also rub Vitamin E 400IU oil once a day on my eczema after putting on the coconut oil in the morning. I also use neem water twice a day to wash the eczema.

I am still taking my homeopathic medicines. I believe all this in combination is doing its work in my body.

I look forward to a complete healing hopefully by year end or before.

Suffering from eczema since 9 yrs and still not been cured
by: Anonymous

I am suffering from eczema from childhood and I have spent a handsome amount to cure this disease but still not yet cured. Please email me any suggestion what to do as I can't even stand up properly on my feet as it is spreading on my hands and feet, too. Please mail me at farraz.farhat917@gmail.com

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