Lorna McFadden DCH

Conditions Treated with Homeopathic Medicine

Eczema and Homeopathic Treatment:

Eczema appears as a red, itchy rash to a thickening or discoloration of the skin. From puberty on, it is characterized as dry, itchy patches in the folds of the elbows and knees. The face, neck, and upper trunk may be involved. The skin may become dry and leathery after repeated scratching. It looks different at different ages and in people of different races.

Eczema itches intensely and many of the problems seen by doctors are a result of "itch-scratch-itch" syndrome. There is no cure for eczema, but there are a number of ways to relieve it.
Homeopathy can treat individuals with eczema. It is a long term treatment especially those who have had the condition since infancy and childhood. Homeopathy is very safe and effective alternative medicine to treat this condition. It is not recommended that you treat this condition yourself but to seek a professional homeopath for consultation.

Common Homeopathic Remedies for Eczema:
Sulphur, Graphities, Petroleum, Calc Sulph, and Psorinum

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