How to Get Rid of Eczema
Do you or someone you love struggle with eczema? Have you wondered how to get rid of eczema for good? Today I'm sharing another success story, this one from Heather who healed her daughter. I only call this a “new” method just because I hadn't heard of it before, but it may be an all natural eczema remedy that's as old as the hills. If you try it, let us know if it works for you, too…
Calling for all success stories!
By the way, I need more real foodie or natural living success stories to share on my blog! If you have one to share, please email me: Kelly@KellytheKitchenKop.com. Thank you!
My story is about our 4 year old daughter when she had eczema behind her knees and inside her elbows. The dermatologist gave me special soap and some sort of prescription medicine, but I knew something wasn't right on the inside. These remedies only treat the outside.
So I decided to start massaging her with castor oil to see if that would help release toxins. Boy did it ever! The eczema spread through her entire body. She was covered with red itchy skin from neck to legs. Poor girl! She and I didn't get much sleep for about a month as I tried every trick in the book. I did give her the prescription cream but it only gave her temporary relief. We eliminated allergenic foods but had only minimal success with it.
Then we decided to try digestive enzymes (this one) with everything she ate. Within a week her skin was cleared up! If we slacked off the eczema returned.
Today we give her the enzymes fairly regularly but not religiously. A tiny patch on her inside elbow appears every few months or so and we know its time to get back on track with the enzymes.
I hope our story can help someone else who is experiencing this. I'm so thankful we found an answer to relieve our daughter's misery!
Don't you love success stories using methods that don't involve doctors or prescriptions?
It's good, though, that it doesn't sound like Heather is still giving the digestive enzymes with every meal because I've heard that depending on them isn't such a good thing. Does anyone have more insight on this?
I asked Emily Bartlett, author of The Eczema Cure what she thought of digestive enzymes…
They can be super helpful, but they don't treat the root of the problem… SO I would recommend using them if they help but not to rely on them to actually “fix” the digestion.”
If you want additional help with treating eczema and its root problems, you can find more in Emily Bartlett's e-book: The Eczema Cure. You'll learn the following:
….and MUCH more.
Here's a photo of Emily's daughter before and after implementing The Eczema Cure:
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