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Natural Cures for Eczema

Eczema or dermatitis is the name for specific types of skin diseases. Eczema is the type of dermatitis which means inflammation of the skin. The most common symptoms of eczema are blush, scrab, dry skin or skin with small blisters. The reasons for appearance of eczema can be various: allergies (usually on different chemical products), unfavorable weather conditions, genetic heritage, irregular circulation, bad nutrition, low immunity, stress, etc. Statistics prove that persons which ancestors suffered from asthma are prone to disease eczema. Eczema can appear on any part of the body, but it is more common on those places which can deflect.

The first step in the natural treatment of eczema is usage of cotton clothing to allow skin breathing. Avoid strong chemical products for personal hygiene what can irritates skin. Avoid consumption of food well-known for its possibilities for allergies (citrusses, strawbeeries, eggs, milk, walnuts, canned food etc). Prevention against excessive drieness of the skin is recommended, usage of good quality moisturizing cream for skin care also (the best is to use cream with natural ingredients, without preservatives and strong fragrances).

Then, a good natural cure for eczema in summer time is moisturizing lotion which contains juice of fresh cucumber and almond oil.

In winter time, traditional medicine recommends usage of lotion that is consisted of two spoons of coconut milk (if it is missing, water also can be used), one spoon of olive oil and just a few drops of ginger essential oil.

For reduction of symptoms of eczema, compress with fresh leaves of dandelion and spearmint as natural cure can be used, also. Relatively unique size of leaves need to be chopped with added 3-4 drops of natural oils, after that. Cover skin area with eczema, with this mixture. Keep this compress for 30 minutes, and than wash it with clean and cold water.

Beside this, for the treatment of eczema can be used compress of thyme and marigold flowers.

Lily oil is well-known natural cure which has beneficial effects on the skin. It is used for treating different hives, stains, lichens, and it can be used for treating eczema, also. Oil of lily can be prepared when petals and stamens soak into olive oil (in proportion 1:3), than put into glass jar and left for 6 weeks on the sun. Strain it after that and apply on the skin several times per day.

Cold pressed coconut oil can help in curing different skin diseases, so it can be also used in treating eczema.

Sometimes, lack of vitamin B6 can cause the appearance of eczema, and than, is recommended to decrease intake of vitamin B6.

It is believed that vitamin E soothes scrab if it is directly applied on place covered with eczema. The most rich natural sources of vitamin E are wheat germ, oil from wheat germ and nuts (walnuts, chestnuts, almonds).

Similarly, insufficient quantity of zink in organism can cause appearance of eczema. The food rich with zink: whole grains, wheat germ, peas, green beans, red meat, milk, eggs etc.

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