Little Known Natural Remedies For Eczema

Looking for natural remedies for eczema can be hard and time consuming. Discovering a permanent solution for your eczema problem can be even tougher. In this brief article I will touch upon 3 natural eczema remedies that might not be well known, but they are indeed effective.

It’s a good idea to understand that the label “natural remedies” is by no means a guarantee for safety or effectiveness. The remedies I will be discussing in this article should have no problem in that department though.

Many people spend a lot of time looking for remedies that work, and they never consider that some of these remedies might be found in any kitchen or grocery store. Let’s now take a look at the three remedies that has proven themselves effective in many cases.

Extra-virgin Olive Oil

Unrefined olive oil, or so called virgin and extra-virgin olive oil, is very healthy for your digestion. It has a calming effect on your entire digestive system. Many people like to take on table spoon of extra-virgin olive oil as a food supplement in the morning and evening.

This will do wonders for your digestion, and help ease the food safely through your system. It has to be a high quality olive oil though, but that doesn’t mean it has to be all that expensive.

You should also consider increasing the quality of the olive oil you use in your cooking. There is a connection between eczema and digestion, and extra-virgin olive oil will improve your digestion and diminish your eczema symptoms.

B vitamins

B vitamins is also connected to digestion. A lot of vitamin B is actually produced by beneficial bacteria in your digestive tract.

However, when you suffer from eczema and your digestion is not working properly, it will affect your vitamin B level. Since vitamin B is also important for proper digestion a vicious spiral will soon emerge.

Therefore it can be a very good idea to take vitamin B supplement if you suffer from eczema. In milder cases this might actually be enough to completely remove the symptoms altogether.


Probiotics can in some cases be almost like a miracle remedy for your eczema. Among all the natural remedies for eczema this is probably the most important I’ve ever come across.

After a few weeks or so on pro-biotics you can expect to go into what is often referred to as “healing crisis”. This is very common with natural remedies, and it will feel similar to a common flu. It will blow over in a few days.

Once the healing crisis is over with you can expect your eczema symptoms to clear up to various degrees. Some report of being completely cured, but that is mostly milder cases. Don’t expect this if you case is more severe.

The connection between digestive problems and eczema is supported by the effect probiotics have on many eczema sufferers. You should really explore this connection further if you want to gain a deeper understanding of your condition.