Seasonal skin allergiesHi,
I am a 21 years old female living in Canada. Every spring and summer I have skin allergies on my face. The symptoms include: eczema (especially around the eyes), swollen eyes and nose, bumpy cheeks, some times eyes are watery and burning and itchy. If I scratch my eyes, they swell more. Skin is dry around the eyes and on the nose.
I also get hay fever symptoms: runny nose, itchy nose and eyes.
Many years ago I had eczema and Graphites 30CH helped a lot.
It is worst in July and August. I keep the windows closed all summer to avoid contact with pollen.
Like: coffee, tea, salty snacks, chocolate, meat and poultry
Dislike: crowds/people, spiders,pickles, bananas
Allergic to: nuts, fish, and dates.
I do not use cosmetics or inexpensive lotions/soaps on a regular basis and I try to let my skin breathe rather than covering it in cosmetics. I also ensure that my water intake is a minimum of 2 L a day. Due to my previous experience with eczema, I regularly use a scent-free, natural, oatmeal lotion that provides relief.
pollen on 2018-06-01
pollen 3 years ago
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER.
SEPIA 200,FIVE DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER ONES IN THREE DAYS.DAY 2 ONWARDS.
NAT MUR 6X,5 TABS THREE TIMES A DAY ,DAY 2 ONWARDS.
FEED BACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
♡ anuj srivastava 3 years ago
pollen 3 years ago
georgewhittington 2 years ago
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