Do you think i should go for homeopathy ?

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by Marcie Mom on Mon Oct 07, 2013 12:52 pm

Re: Do you think i should go for homeopathy ?

So far I think it's not proven to be effective... some people I've come across said it helped, some said no difference..

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by jackaaroneli on Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:17 pm

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Health plays a very important role in everyone's life. One of my friends visited the homeopathy and gets the best solution. He gets the solution through online homeopathy softwares for his eczema problem.

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by jvaillan on Sun Jul 27, 2014 5:29 am

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My facts:
1. Have had eczema for twenty years.
2. Tried every potion I could find. Some work on early-stage problem areas. Longer term areas lasting six months or more are another issue.
3. Accidentally discovered that Chinese medicine might have an answer.
4. Skeptical but saw a Chinese-medicine specialist (six-year degree) anyway.
5. Four problem areas ranging in size from two to four inches were treated in under five minutes.
6. Result: The problem areas have healed completely.
7. The treatment: The doctor set me on fire. Well, not quite - but close. Pieces of cotton fibre were placed over each site and ignited. There was a brief, but not overly intense intense bit of pain which quickly disappeared, and sesame oil was applied.
8. Cost: modest
9. Conclusion: Worth a shot if you're desperate.
10. Final comments: a) Don't try this at home. b) Check credentials carefully.

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by Ranilee1 on Sat Sep 20, 2014 3:16 am

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I had eczema for 31 years when I tried homeopathy.
I was very lucky and she asked me if she could work on my eczema at no charge.
For two and a half years she worked closely with me, I went through some terrible
stages break outs , pain, burning. It's a process it's not usually a quick fix. I think the
Key to Homeopathy is finding a dedicated and knowledgeable homeopath.
My eczema actually went completely except for on my hands.
For 20 years my body for the first time in 31 years was rash and itch free. ( Apart from my hands ) I could wear any fabric, eat any type of food. It was like freedom!!
I have had amazing success with homeopathy in many areas of my life, and my children.
As I said I think the key is finding the right practitioner it will take time and money.

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by frederickwilfred on Tue Oct 14, 2014 8:00 am

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Homeopathy treatment is a long term process and for some people it is not effective. I have used homeopathy for my acne problem and it takes long time to be cured.

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by Sally Heep on Fri Nov 07, 2014 3:10 am

Re: Do you think i should go for homeopathy ?

Homeopathic remedies frequently relieve or eradicate eczema.For good results in the treatment of your eczema, please use the services of a fully qualified homeopath.

Apart from treatment, do consider following self measures -
:: Avoid woollen and synthetic clothing as both can irritate eczema. Look for natural fibres such as cotton.
:: Launder new clothes before wearing to remove free-floating dyes and chemicals.
:: Double-rinse clothes after washing to remove all detergent.
:: Diets low in essential fatty acids contribute to dry and inflamed skin. Oils such as flaxseed and fish oils are rich in omega 3 fatty acids that reduce inflammation and improve allergies. Add them to your diet.

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