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whole body eczema for 25 years!

1-im 25 years old. eczema since age 5. im takin sulphur right now first time ever, and my skin is itchy all the time!-ive been on the medication for 2 weeks now and my skin is goin nuts
2-is the eczema coming out of my body?
3-also i have expereinced hair loss on the top of my head and my nose has been plugged for one year.

should i do this...
1 month - sulphu
1 month - Cal Carb
1 month - lycopodium
?
 
  happie on 2006-01-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I have helped many who were chronic sufferers from Eczema with Arnica 30c in the Liquid dose which is made up as follows.

Get a 500ml bottle of spring water
Pour out 100ml
Put in 3 globules or 1 drop if you have the liquid remedy.
Hit the bottle hard on your palm or a cushion and watch for the water to fizzle like when you open a bottle of soda. This is called succussion and increases the potency of the remedy every so slightly to enable it to react on the body better.
Sip a teaspoonful of the remedy which you have succussed 6 times twice daily.

Report progress in a week.
 
Joe De Livera last decade
Hey.

I'm a 22 year old male from Ontario. I have ezcema on my head and hair loss. The hair loss has been a problem for about 3 years or so now. I think I got the ezcema around 3 years ago. I've had blocked nasal passages and difficulty breathing at night. That has cleared up some lately. I've had asthma in the past and I'm allergic to something in the summers and allergic to cats as well.
Here's what I've learned:
Stress makes my eczema worse. Also, eating wheat products like breads and cereals can make it worse as well. Dairy products can also make it worse. Basically I've learned that there are two main issues with exzcema/asthma/allergies: inflamation and acidity. I find that our bodies tend to react differently to different foods. Wheat products like breads and cereals are usually refined bleached flour with next to no nutritional value. What I've found helps and what I've heard a number of people in our situation have done that works is juicing. If you juice carrots, beats, tomoatoes, and leafy greens like spinach and that, you are getting a whole lot of nutrients with none of the bad stuff. If you eat breads and that, what happens is it turns into a kind of paper-mache like substance that is hard to digest. It also can lead to inflammation which is what ezcema is basically: inflamed cells. Then asthma is the same again, our bronchial tubes are getting inflamed. Our bodies are trying to get rid of the junk we are eating in our breads and that. Also, breads are very acidic. Are stomachs are supposed to be more acidic than alkaline, but in the typical diet, it is far easier to eat acids than alkalines. breads and coffee and many other good to eat foods are acidic, while vegetables and a lot of fruits tend to be alkaline. Acidity is associated with bad breath and acid reflux.
I've had that bad breath but I've been eating healthier lately and my exzema has been manageable and I have not been as stuffed up. The last thing we're missing is omega 3. Our bodies have a hard time digesting the essential fatty acids we need. Here's what I'm going to endeavor to do and what I recommend for you as well:
Juice carrots, cucumber, and any vegetable combo you can think of. I'm going to shoot for 2 cups in morning and 2 cups at night, but the more the better.
Exercise 3 times a week.
Have 2 tablespoons of flaxseed oil EVERY day.
Get 8 hours plus sleep a night.
Drink water all the time.
Completely avoid: pop, junk food, breads, cereals, dairy products. Eat only vegetables and fruits, and when you have meat, try to get stuff as hormone free as possible.
Do this for 6 weeks. Eat perfect with no relapses on any of the junk food or anything with artifical/natural flavors, colors or additives. Or breads or cereals. Even try to avoid potatos, which sounds weird, but they can actually make a paper-mache like substance in your stomach as well. Eat only good, healthy food. Your ezcema should come and go in bouts over the six weeks, but gradually the bouts should weaken.. especially if you can do it for like 3 months or more. This is my goal after my research. It will just take a LOT of discipline. Your ezcema will flare up because you still have bad stuff in your body that your skin is trying to excrete. Your body has to cleanse itself so this will help. But give it six weeks and try to get off as many drugs as you can while you're doing it. I've found there are a lot of naysayers when it comes to this, but I have heard that it really works, I just haven't had the discipline so far to actually do it. But I'm sick of the hair loss, so I'm going to try. Just remember to juice and drink those essential oils.. like flaxseed. And you have to be consistent. And you must give it 6 weeks minimum.
 
willy wonka last decade
I would like to amend the potency that I prescribed in my post above which was done last January, of Arnica 30c to the lower potency of 6c as I have noted that the 6c is more effective with Eczema.
 
Joe De Livera last decade

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