rhus tox homeopathy cream 9%I would like to talk about this in particular as I have been advised to use it on my eczema to calm the inflammation. Since using it, unawares to the fact i was allergic to poison ivy like up to 80% of the population are, my skin was blistered and red and sore and itchy.
Please if you think about using this cream, do a skin test first. It has cost me over £50 in creams and prescriptions, money from loss of earnings (as the rash was on my face and I could not go to my line of work whilst it was up) plus over £100 to see a specialist dermatologist. At the end of all this i realised that the rash is not treatable from a severe plant allergy and is self limited-so it will go when it's ready.
Would be happy to help/answer any more questions, in the mean time i would strongly suggest people who recommend the cream to also recommend an allergy test.
karlystrong on 2005-09-28
All problems are rooted in the depths of the body and can only be dealt with from the INSIDE outwards.
walkin last decade
Just wanted to make people aware to test sensitivity as herbal things can cause just as serious a reaction if you're sensitive to it as chemicals/steroids, etc
karlystrong last decade
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