severe eczemaMy 6 year old daughter has severe eczema and we had done everything from homeopathics to india herbs to most recently steroids. We recently went for an allergy test and it showed that she is allergic to dust and dust mites. the result was 589 igE. I took out all carpets and window dressings and still her eczema is worse than ever. It's gotten to the point where she can't straighten her limbs because the skin cracks. Is there any hope??
ccccc34 on 2006-09-22
You make the wet dose by getting a 500ml bottle of spring water from yoru supermarket and inserting 3 pellets of Arnica 6c into the water. Cap the bottle and shake it hard and watch for the bubbles. If you do not notice any, this is because the bottle is too full and you can pour out about an inch from the top to provide the air space.
Dose is 1 teaspoonful taken after shaking the bottle hard twice daily.
You can also use a wad of cotton wool which you will dampen with the water from the bottle taking care that the water is not contaminated by the cotton wad if it is held up to the bottle mouth. The water must be poured on the cotton wad which can be used to keep the lesions damp as often as possible. Do not however cover them with a damp cloth and wrap a piece of plastic over them as someone did recently as this is counter productive. The skin must breathe.
No other drugs or remedies may be used with this therapy.
Please report response in a week or earlier if you notice any positive response.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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