From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Eczema:

  • Burdock Root
  • Cayenne
  • Chamomile
  • Chlorella
  • Dandelion Root
  • Echinacea Angustifolia
  • Echinacea Purpurea
  • Evening Primrose Oil
  • Kelp
  • Konjac Root
  • Quercetin
  • Red Clover
  • Sarsaparilla
  • Sheep Sorrel
  • Topical Borage Seed Oil
  • Witch Hazel
  • Yellow Dock Root

Natural Cures and Remedies for Eczema

Yellow dock is another general detoxifier, which is especially useful whenever skin problems are made worse by constipation (yellow dock is a gentle laxative). It can be used for eczema, acne and psoriasis.

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Oak) — Class 2d (AHP). Contraindicated even for external use when skin is extensively damaged, especially with weeping eczema, febrile and infectious disorders, and cardiac insufficiency states III and IV, hypertonia stage IV (AHP).

Burdock Root, Cayenne, Chamomile, Chlorella, Dandelion Root, Echinacea Angustifolia, Echinacea Purpurea, Evening Primrose Oil, Kelp, Konjac Root, Quercetin, Red Clover, Sarsaparilla, Sheep Sorrel, Topical Borage Seed Oil, Witch Hazel, Yellow Dock Root

Skin rash can be a reaction to heat, cosmetics or contact with plants and many other substances. You should see a health professional for a proper diagnosis. It is important to get the right diagnosis as many skin problems may look the same to the untrained eye: for instance, some forms of eczema look like fungal infections or heat rash, and vice versa. Because treatment will depend on the under­ lying cause, the measures below are of a rather general nature: they calm down the inflammation and stimulate the natural healing processes.

Debility (f; SKJ); Dentition (f; DEM); Dermatosis (1; DAA; WHO); Diabetes (1; DAA; WHO); Diarrhea (1; DEM; MIC; WHO); Diphtheria (1; DAA); Dysentery (1; DAA; WHO); Dysmenorrhea (1; WHO); Dyspepsia (f; DEM; FAD; FEL); Earache (f; DEM); Eczema (1; DAA); Edema (1; DAA); Enterosis (1; DAA; WHO); Epistaxis (f; DAA); Escherichia (f; HHB); Fever (f; DAA); Gastrosis (1; DEM; FAD; FEL; WHO); Gingivosis (f; DEM); Gout (1; WHO); Helicobacter (1; X9781854); Hematemesis (f; DAA); Hemoptysis (f; DAA); Hemorrhoid (f; DAA); Hepatosis (f; DAA); Infection (1; DAA; DEM); Inflammation (1; COX; DAA; FAD; FEL; FNF); Insomnia

Dermatosis (f; PH2); Dysmenorrhea (1; PHR); Dyspepsia (f; MAB); Eczema (f; CRC; FAD); Edema (f; MAD; PHR; PH2); Egilops (f; CRC); Enterosis (2; HHB; KOM; MAB); Epithelioma (f; MAD); Escherichia (1; HH2); Exanthema (f; MAD); Fever (f; CRC; MAD); Fistula (f; MAD); Freckle (f; CRC; MAD); Frigidity (f; CRC); Fungus (1; HH2; MAB); Gallstone (f; MAD); Gastrosis (2; BRU; HHB; KOM; MAB); Gastrospasm (2; KOM); Gonorrhea (f; MAD);

Hay fever: like eczema and asthma, this requires an individual approach combined with adjustments to the diet and the patient’s environment.