How to Heal Eczema with Homeopathy
Recently I told you how my world was rocked when I learned about homeopathy (I also learned how to wipe out my hormonal migraines), and now I can't help but spew out remedies for any of my friends or family who are struggling with this or that health condition.
A while back I saw a friend with her 2 year old daughter. Since she was tiny this sweet girl has had terrible eczema and was miserable. I knew that my friend is very natural-minded and was always trying this or that to help their daughter, but once I became enlightened myself, I had to ask if she'd consider learning more about how to heal eczema with homeopathy… Thankfully she said yes!
Check out the picture
The photo above shows how the skin on the back of her ankles looked before we began and how it looked after only one month — still not perfect but much improved! It's labeled as “after” in the photo, but it's even better now, four months later, so showing her today would've been a more telling “after” shot. (However her Mom tried to send me a new picture tonight that wouldn't come through because they're on vacation and have spotty internet.) Here's what her Mom said though:
“Thank you for helping us figure out how to heal eczema with homeopathy, we've been so happy with how her skin has been, and she even went swimming in the pool today and didn't have a problem, that's a big one for us!“
It's amazing what homeopathy can do!
Below I'll share the exact protocol we used for her…
Keep in mind, this is only one case based on what was going on with her specifically, and someone else may need different remedies if these aren't effective or if their symptoms present in a different way. Also remember I'm not a doctor, so this is just what one friend used to help her daughter.
*A special thank you to my friend Sheena who helped me pull together this protocol using Joette's blog info + this Banerji book, and more resources too, including her own experience — she ROCKS it with homeopathy and I'm blessed to have her in my corner. 🙂
Before you start, DO THIS FIRST!
- Pop over here and read what you need to know before beginning any homeopathic protocol and to learn about what can antidote, or cancel out, homeopathic remedies. (Then come back here to read the rest.)
How to heal eczema with homeopathy — suggested protocol we used:
- Begin with this on day one if you've ever taken steroids for eczema:
(For the following remedies, I usually choose the #40 pill size and bottle size: 4 dram, or any size is fine. Then choose the correct potency…)
—Alternate Camphor (200c) and Antimonium Crud (200c) every three hours for one day. For example 8am Camphor, 11am Ant Crud, 2pm Camphor, 5pm Ant Crud, 8pm Camphor. (As the camphor stops the action of the steroids, she may get itchy. The Antimonium Crud is to help with that.)
- On day two discontinue the above and start the following (remember to take each of these 15 minutes apart):
—Bovista (200c) one dose every other day (for food allergies — note that you can take this by itself just for food allergies).
—Aethusa (200c) twice daily, morning and evening (for dairy allergy — again, you can take this by itself just for a dairy allergy).
—Arsenicum Album (6x) twice daily, morning and evening (for eczema, more often if needed for itching).
—Hepar Sulph (200c) once every other day, as part of the Banerji protocol. (You'll learn more about that if you take the class mentioned above.)
—Use this on her skin in the meantime to control itching. It won't heal her skin on its own, but will hopefully make her feel better! (Also while you're at that site, you could grab grass-fed ground beef or meat sticks for snacks, I love all of the meat there, just FYI.)
—Also good topically is this witch hazel, this is good for calming inflammation and soothing sensitive skin.
—Keep on hand for occasional constipation: Nux Vomica (200c) twice daily as needed. (She had that going on too.)
—For everyday use, you might try the mild, safer baby products here.
We added in prayer to this protocol!!!
- NEW: Look how this this cleansing balm helps eczema!
Wonder how long to continue with these remedies? That's easy: take as long as needed. Once you no longer have eczema symptoms, just stop. If any issues come back, resume.
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If you know someone who has eczema, will you share this post with them please? And if you have your own success story, please tell us about it below!