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What is Eczema?

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic allergic condition in which the skin develops areas of itchy, scaly rashes.

Types of Eczema

There are quite some sorts of eczema. It is generally broken down into the allergenic and non-allergenic types.
1. Allergenic eczema results from allergies and health experts theorize that it has a family link, as do such other disorders as hay fever and asthma. Allergic forms of eczema include the extremely common atopic eczema, irritant contact eczema, and allergic contact eczema.
2. Non-allergenic forms of eczema include adult seborrhoeic eczema, also known as dandruff, infantile seborrhoeic eczema, also referred to as cradle cap, varicose eczema which normally affects older people and is generally concentrated around the ankles and discoid eczema.
Eczema is an infectious disease. It can spread from one person to another. It has been found to run in families. Especially if there is some allergy, then there is greater chance of eczema.


  • Excessive consumption of foods those are dry, stale, cold, salty, spicy, sour, fermented or fried
  • Hereditary factors, specifically in families where there is a history of ailments like: Asthma, Hay fever
  • Late night work schedules
  • Regular late night dinners
  • Irregular blood circulation in the legs
  • Vitamin B6 deficiency
  • Excessive physical, mental, and sexual activities; and stress are also factors
  • Changes in weather: Heat, Cold
  • Extreme stress
  • Excessive intake of tea, coffee, aerated drinks, and alcoholic beverages
  • Indigestion, acidity, constipation, and/or flatulence
  • This condition is aggravated by harsh chemicals like: Detergents, Solvents, Smoke


  • Dry and flaky skin
  • Rough and thickened skin
  • Areas of dry, leathery skin
  • Itchy Blisters that ooze and crust over
  • Small bumps on forehead, neck and cheek
  • Redness and inflammation in the affected area
Eczema affects people of all ages and can cause misery. Doctors often prescribe a steroidal cream, which for many people doesn't always do the trick. While you're working on a permanent cure, there are natural, homemade that help relieve symptoms without the dangerous side effects of prescribed or over the counter (OTC) pharmaceuticals. Here are a few natural home remedies that can help to your lifelong battle with eczema.


1. Jujube

Boil 10 Jujube (Unab) in a glass of water for 5 minutes and leave them overnight next morning strain and drink on an empty stomach for 40 days. This natural remedy is guaranteed to work.

2. Mango juice, Cow’s hot milk & ghee, Sugar candy

Mix well each of 250 gm Mango juice, Cow’s hot milk and ghee now add 100 gm Sugar candy and take it for 10 days. It will be quite beneficial for controlling eczema.

3. Indian rennet Flowers

Soak one fist Indian rennet (Paneer Doda/ Gulay Paneer) flowers in a glass of water overnight next morning strain and drink on an empty stomach. Again soak one fist in a glass of water and drink before going to sleep. Do it for 7 days regularly and eczema will cure completely.
Gulay Paneer/Paneer Phul is a remarkable stress-relieving, anti-cancer, used to cure Diabetes, blood purifier. Indian rennet is also used in chronic complaints of liver.

4. Fenugreek seeds, Spiral Flag root, Myrrh, Thyme

Make a fine powder of 5 gm Myrrh (Mur Makki) 5 gm Thyme (Sattar farsi) 60 gm Marine Costus / Spiral Flag root (Qust Shireen/Qust ul Bheri/Kiste-e-Shirin) and 20 gm Fenugreek seeds (Methi dana). Take ½ tsp twice a day along with water. It is highly beneficial in dealing with eczema.

5. Golden shower tree fruit, Tamarind

For eczema due to impure blood, soak 1 tsp Golden shower tree (amaltas) fruit pulp and 1 tsp Tamarind pulp in a cup of hot water overnight. Next morning mash them well, strain out the pulp and drink the water. Do it for a month to get complete relief. It also makes the skin glow.

6. Oolong Tea

Drinking 2-6 cups Oolong Tea (also known as Wu Long Tea) per day can completely heal eczema. Antioxidant polyphenols in the tea have anti-allergic properties and calm the hyperactive response of your immune system
Put 1 to 2 teaspoons of oolong tea in a warmed up cup, pour the water over it and leave it for 3 to 4 minutes. Don’t throw away the leaves when you are finished. You can still make two or three cups of tea with the same leaves

7. Evening primrose oil

Evening primrose oil is popularly believed to help with eczema, as it carries gamma-linolenic acid, an extraordinary fatty acid which nourishes the skin and it thought to accurate deficiencies in skin lipids, accordingly reducing irritation. Evening primrose oil is normally taken orally, as a supplement.

8. Flax seed oil

Flaxseed oil is a great source of essential fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid which may help in decreasing the inflammation caused by eczema. It is high in omega-3 fatty acids which also have anti-inflammatory properties; the regular consumption of flaxseed oil may avoid the eczema flare ups too. Take 1 tablespoon of flaxseed oil daily to manage your eczema effectively.

9. Apple cider vinegar

Consume two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar mixed in a glass of water two or three times daily or you can get capsules if you can't handle the taste.

10. Banyan tree peel Tea

Prepare a brew of the peel of the banyan tree (Bargad / Borh). Both drinking and applying externally over the affected parts, shows promising results.


1. Egg Yolk Oil       

Heat a heavy bottomed iron pan over a medium heat. Put an organic egg yolk on the iron pan. Let the oil extract from egg yolk, you have to stir the yolk constantly to keep it burning. Now elevate the iron pan and dab a cotton ball to apply on affected area. Do it regularly until eczema completely cure or until required results. This natural remedy is guaranteed to work.

2. Senna, Spiral Flag root, Vinegar

Mix 10 grams of Senna (Sana Makki/Sonamukhi) and10 grams Marine Costus / Spiral Flag root (Qust Shireen/Qust ul Bheri/Kiste-e-Shirin) with 500 grams Vinegar (Sirka) after boiling filter it add some Nigella dees (Kalonji) oil and apply on the affected area. It is the most effective and natural way to control eczema without any side effects.

3. Mistletoe, Mustered oil

Make a fine and smooth paste of 10 gm Mistletoe (Ambar/Akas) and 10 gm pure Mustered oil. Apply to affected area and do it 4-5 days daily.

4. Sweet flag, Henna leaves, Nigella seeds, Red mud

Take same quantity of powders Sweet flag (Bach), Nigella seeds (Kalonji), Red orchre/Red mud (Geru Mitti), Henna leaves (Mehndi) now add sufficient quantity of Aloe vera jell to make a fine and smooth paste. Now apply to affected area.  This is a highly beneficial and trial prescription for eczema.

5. Sulphur, Massicot, Camphor, Coconut oil, Nigella seeds oil

Mix 20 gm Sulphur (gandahk amala sar) 10 gm Massicot,/Litharge (Murdar sang) and 10 gm Camphor powders then add 50 gm extra virgin  coconut oil and 10 gm Nigella seeds oil in powders to make paste to apply. It is a most effective & magical remedy to cure eczema completely.

6. Papaya latex, Alum powder

For treating skin diseases, especially the scabies and scalp eczema varieties, the papaya latex is mixed with alum powder and the paste is applied on the affected areas. The area is then cleaned with warm water after an hour. This is a 99% trial and natural treatment of eczema.

7. Massicot, Sulphur ,Camphor, Mustered oil

Mix 50 gm Sulphur (gandahk amala sar) 10 gm Massicot,/Litharge (Murdar sang) and 10 gm Camphor powders an then add Mustered oil to make a paste now apply to affected area. This is a highly beneficial and trial treatment of eczema.

8. Licorice root, Sesame oil

Mix 1 teaspoon of Licorice root (Mulethi) powder with a small amount of Sesame oil. Heat this in a pan and then apply to the affected part. Wrap a bandage over it and leave for 3-4 hours. Repeat twice a day. This treatment will provide relief from chronic eczema completely.

9. Camphor, Sandalwood

Mix 1 tsp camphor powder and 1 tsp sandalwood powder to make a paste and apply on the affected areas. This natural remedy is highly effective for treating eczema.

10. Papaya latex, Calotropis tree latex

Mix papaya latex with Madar Tree (Aak /Madar patta) latex applies to affected area. This is a highly beneficial and trial treatise for eczema.

11. Wild Indigo seeds oil

Appling Wild Indigo (Sarphukaa/Bansu) seeds oil specific against eruptions of the skin, eczema, scabies, and leprosy. This natural remedy works very quickly in the treatment of eczema.

12. Marigold Flowers

Crush Marigold flowers or Calotropis Procera tree (Aak /Madar patta) flowers and wrap in a cloth to tie on affected area. This effective natural remedy will offer a relief from eczema quickly.

13. Cinnamon powder, Honey

Mix well honey and cinnamon powder in equal parts and apply on the affected parts cures eczema, ringworm and all types of skin infections. This is another instant and effective natural remedy to get rid of eczema quickly.

14. Wild almond Juice

Applying the juice of the Wild almond (Terminalia catapa) on the affected parts provides relief.

15. Flaxseed oil, Lime juice

Mix some lime water with flaxseed (also called linseed) oil and apply on the affected areas of your skin. This is effective in the treatment of many skin ailments including eczema.

16. Dead Sea Apple, Sesame oil, Turmeric

An ointment is prepared using one part of sesame oil, sixteen parts of Dead Sea Apple tree (Calatropics gigantica) fruit juice and one part of turmeric. This is applied externally over the affected skin. It will help combat eczema symptom and flare ups.

17. Parrot Tree Seeds, Lime Juice

In the treatment of skin diseases such as eczema Parrot Tree (Dhak) seeds are very useful. The seeds of the Bastard Teak (Dhak) are mixed with lime water and are applied on the affected regions to get the required benefits.

18. Honey tree / Butter tree leaves and Oil

The leaves of Honey tree / Butter tree (Mahwa / Mahua) are ground into a paste and applied as bandages on the affected regions. This provides immense relief to the itchy pains. However, the bandage must be changed regularly, i.e. after every three to four hours. Honey tree / Butter tree leaves are also used to get the Honey tree / Butter tree oil. This is applied on the regions where the eczema has occurred to obtain relief.

19. Indian Beech tree oil, Lemon Juice

The oil of the Indian Beech (Sukh Chain) tree made into an emulsion with lemon juice has very good soothing properties for the inflammations of eczema.

20. Neem leaves, Turmeric

Applying Neem leaves paste on skin along with turmeric is perhaps the simplest remedy. Just crush a few neem leaves, mix it with 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder and apply it on your skin! This natural remedy works very quickly in the treatment of eczema.

21. Mustered oil, Neem leaves

Take and put mustard oil in the iron vessel. Heat and let the oil begins boiling, add Neem leaves and simmer on low heat until the leaves in the oil turn black, put off the flame. Let the oil cool down, strain and store for your usage. Apply this homemade Neem oil to your eczema daily for 3-4 times.

22. Aloe vera gel, Vitamin E oil

Remove the outer skin of aloe vera leaves and take out gel from aloe vera leaves. Smear aloe vera gel over the skin affected by eczema and leave to soak in and then wash away. Repeat the process twice a day. You may even add vitamin E oil to aloe gel as it is a very skin friendly oil.

23. Indian gum tree bark, Mango tree bark

Boil in a covered pot 100 grams of Indian gum tree (Kikar/Babul) bark and 100 grams of Mango tree bark in 3 liter of water until reduced by ½ liter. Cool it off and apply with cotton to the area of your skin having eczema with this water. Do it 3-4 times in a day.
Before going to bed make a paste of turmeric powder and this water and apply to the affected area overnight. Rinse off with lukewarm water in the morning. The barks of these trees can cure eczema to the core.

24. Tomato juice

Tomato juice is regarded as an effective natural remedy which clears up the eczema in a matter of days.

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