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Lisa from Vegas

First of all, I would like to thank the people who wrote about using olive oil to stop the itching. It worked! I was with my baby and I didn't want to leave home, but I was 'dying' with pain. So I used Spanish olive oil and rubbed it all over the eczema--I really drenched it--at then the pain moved from a ten to a four. I then used it again fifteen minutes later. I also took two ibuprofins and then pain moved to a two. The next day I bought water which is called 'Real Water.' I bought it at Whole Foods. It helps balance the alkaline in your body. I also used an enema and cleared out my body--sorry to be gross. The next two days I made sure I ate a raw food diet. I felt a little weak but I noticed that my eczema was going away. Later that night I decided to 'fool myself' and sneak in a donut. Yep, you guessed it...I was a fool!! A few minutes later I was itching all over again. I know that there was a direct correlation between my sugar intake and my eczema. My body was not done clearing the toxins and then I decided to hurt myself and pollute it again! I tell everyone this: sugar, fatty foods, lack of good water and stress will bring back your eczema. Go on a raw food diet for two days and you will notice a difference. You may not have the donut dilemma that I did. But if you do have problems with eczema the raw diet, olive oil and ibuprofins worked for me and I hope they work for you. By the way, the eczema is not totally gone, but at least it does not hurt now and it just has that low level itch because it is now just dry skin.

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Have you tried avoiding cow's milk too?
My son has suffered from eczema since he was a baby (he is now 5yrs) and we control it with avoiding allergen foods and environmental occurances. He is no longer on cow's milk, soy products, or corn by-products. This has cleared his skin...and for the dry skin he gets we rub him down with Eucerin/Aquafor

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