Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is an allergic reaction to the skin. Eczema disease can arise because the skin is not resistant to substance-specific substances such as cosmetics that are not suitable for skin or chemicals other. Disease eczema can occur in anyone, of up to five adults. But more often attack the people who gifted allergy, especially in the family that has a history of allergy to food or certain goods. eczema and psoriasis are related by they both involve toxemia, thinning of intestinal wall, excess body acidity, diet and internal cleansing are the most important to alleviate outbreaks. diet should be highly alkaline. although sun is good for ‘p’ tends to aggravate eczema. this diet has been very beneficial to people with eczema. The other way, you can try herbal treatment to cure this disease.
More details about the symptoms and prevent can be read in this article: Herbs that are used to cure eczema disease are:
Sambiloto (Andrographis paniculata Nees.)
Sambiloto also known as Green chirayta, creat, king of bitters, andrographis, India echinacea, this plant contain of diperpena plankton substance, well as a exemptional substance or as a glycoside substance.
For example, as andrografolida, deoksi-andrografolida, 11, 12-didehydro-14-deoksiandrografolida, neoandrografolida, homoandrografolida, androgr upright afolida and androanosida.
Effect: as anti inflammation, severe swelling, reduce pain, bidder toxic, and others.
Sambiloto also be used as a Hepatitis Alternative Medicine.
Ketepeng China (Cassia alata L.)
Ketepeng China (Cassia alata L.) chemical compounds are Glycoside anthrakinon; Resin; krisofanat acid; tannin; Aloe emodin.
One of the common names for this plant is popcorn senna, a reference to the shape of a single blossom. Cassia alata leaf extract has benefits as a Laxative, Parasitiside, cure the itchy, insecticidal, as a skin drug caused by skin parasites, and others.
Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.)
According to Wikipedia, Turmeric is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. It is native to tropical South Asia and needs temperatures between 20°C and 30°C and a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Turmeric comes from the root of the Curcuma longa plant and has a tough brown skin and a deep orange flesh.
Ayurvedic, Chinese medicine, and now Western medical practitioners recognize the health benefits of turmeric to clear infections.
Turmeric compound: Tumeron; Zingiberon; Seskuiterpena alcohol; Curcumin; bitter compound; hars fat; Vitamin C
Benefits: Kholagog; Stomachic; Antispasmodic; Anti inflammation; Anti bacteria; Choleretic, smooth circulation of blood, and others.
Wild Ginger (Curcuma xanthorrhiza Roburgh)
Fresh Java turmeric (Curcuma xanthorrhiza roxb) or temu or Wild Ginger came from from Java, Bali and Maluku where there plant is still growing very fertile, as in teak forests. Wild Ginger efficacious to prevent and overcome a wide range of diseases. … asthma, sore throat, inflammation of the respiratory tract, dermatitis, eczema ad acne.
How to cure skin diseases eczema with this ginger is by drinking juice or extract of this material on a regularly.
Chemical compound: contain of volatile oil like limonene to make fragrant, flavonoide as an anti inflammation. Volatile oil also can kill microbe. It fruit contain of anetol, pinen, felandren, dipenten, fenchon, metilchavikol, anisaldehide, anisat acid, camphor and fatty oil.
Pharmacologic effect : little bitter, as a laxantive, ease pain (analgesic), acnevulgaris, anti-inflammation and anti hepatotocsic, laktagoga, kolagoga, tonikum, diuretic, fungstatic and bakteriostatic, and also as diuretic.
Here are some sample recipes for treatment eczema:
Herbal remedy for eczema:
Herbal Recipes 1.
(for internal medication) Take 30 grams of wild ginger (chop up finely) + 10 grams of dry Sambiloto + palm sugar as much as needed, washed cleanly and then boil with a water up to 500 cc remaining 200 cc, filtered and drink it.
Herbal Recipes 2. (for external medication) Take ketepeng China leaf as much as needed, washed clean and mashed, add 1 teaspoon of Gambier and 1 tablespoon of coconut oil, heated briefly, let it for a while until it warm enough, and then be smeared on the affected eczema.
Herbal Recipes 3. (for external medication) take turmeric (ripe) as much as needed, washed cleanly and shredded, add 1 spoonful of Gambier water whiting a juice of 1 lime, stirred up evenly, and mix just now be smeared on the affected skin eczema.
Herbal Recipes 4. (for external medication) Take a fresh Sambiloto, washed and mashed, add a little sulfur dust, stirred smoothly, and be smeared on the body affected by eczema.
There are some treatments that really simple. First, to cure eczema, you can make a strong brew of chamomile tea from fresh dried herbs by steeping for 15 minutes minimally. Apply to the eczema area with gauze for 20 minutes. This can be done more than once daily to relieve acute symptoms. The other way by apply Aloe vera gel, especially when mixed with vitamin E oil, is a useful symptom remedy. Gels from freshly cut aloe vera leaves are optimum. Aloe vera is used for treating burns and has even shown to be effective at healing wounds. It has been amazing at treating my eczema with overnight results but when I told a friend this she said it always gave her a rash. It turned out she had been using a cream with all sorts of other ingredients in it because harvested aloe juice needs preservatives.
The most practical using cucumber. Cut thin slices of a whole organic cucumber and allow the slices to soak for at least two hours. Filter the liquid and apply it with a clean cloth or gauze where needed.
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