Natural Support for Eczema

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Posted by Dr Janine Bowring

December 18, 2020

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The skin is the largest detoxification system in our body. Sometimes the skin can develop conditions such as eczema, which is characterized by severe itching in the elbow crease and behind the knees. This is a clear sign of toxicity; the toxins in the internal organs have reached a point where they are overwhelming the body and it manifests itself on the skin as eczema or a rash.

Natural Support for Eczema

The skin is the largest detoxification system in our body. Sometimes the skin can develop conditions such as eczema, which is characterized by severe itching in the elbow crease and behind the knees. This is a clear sign of toxicity; the toxins in the internal organs have reached a point where they are overwhelming the body and it manifests itself on the skin as eczema or a rash. This is also related to the body not having enough of the essential fatty acids and probiotics that are essential for good health. In addition, Chinese medicine believes that any conditions in the skin are related to the lungs. If you go to a regular allopathic doctor, they’ll often prescribe a corticosteroid cream, which essentially pushes the toxins back into the deeper layers of the skin and lungs. At this point, asthma often can develop. The key to good health is to stay as toxin-free as possible and skin conditions are good indicators of how healthy you are. As a naturopathic doctor, I believe in getting the root cause of a symptom. Skin conditions are exactly that, indicators that something is off internally. Once you cleanse your system, with herbs such as parsley tea you can add omega 3 fatty acids and probiotics. At that point, the asthma usually clears up first. Then the eczema slowly disappears. Remember, your body indicates an internal problem externally first.

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