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A Natural Food for Treating Eczema in a Flash

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A Natural Food for Treating Eczema in a Flash

manuka honey eczema

Eczema treatment for rashes, itching, and scabbing has long been a struggle. However, symptoms can also be reduced using natural products, which many are now turning to in the beauty, health, and medical industries!

The Honey Miracle of Eczema

Eczema is a skin condition that causes itchy, dry, cracked and sore skin. While it can affect any part of the body it most commonly occurs on the hands, the insides of the elbows, backs of the knees and the face and scalp. Topical creams and antihistamines are usually recommended by doctors to treat symptoms of the conditions, but these treatments don’t always work for everyone.

Many people find natural remedies work best to soothe inflamed skin.

Eczema treatments tend to involve applying products to the skin, such as creams or body lotions. However, the natural food manuka honey could help treat the condition far better than the normal recommendations for treating eczema! Studies have shown it could treat atopic dermatitis, a form of eczema, successfully.

Eczema, or dermatitis, treatment could be achieved using honey. The natural food can soothe skin rashes when rubbed on the skin as it contains antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiseptic properties. This can help support the immune system while relieving irritation that causes itching.

You can either eat a small amount of honey each day or apply it topically to get the beneficial effects. A study published last year found the bee-manufactured food could be a good eczema treatment for atopic dermatitis. Honey, in particular, manuka honey, was found to help the immune system and reduce the activity of certain bacteria.

For the study, published in the Journal of Immunity, Inflammation, and Disease, human participants were asked to apply manuka honey to one area of affected skin overnight for seven continuous days. The eczema was swabbed before and after the honey’s application by researchers.

Writing in the conclusion, it said that Manuka honey is potentially effective in the treatment of atopic dermatitis skin damage based on both clinical and cellular studies.

Not all honey is the same. The antibacterial quality of honey depends on the type of honey as well as when and how it’s harvested. Manuka honey could help with healing sore throats and digestive illnesses to curing Staph infections and gingivitis. Manuka honey has even more nutritional and immune-enhancing abilities than regular raw honey.

It should be noted that eczema treatment can vary from person to person - a remedy that works for one person may not necessarily work for the other. If topical creams prescribed by your doctor doesn’t work, then a natural remedy might! One study found a three-ingredient ointment containing honey could soothe an eczema rash and dry skin.

Honey has long been used to treat wounds and is renowned for containing antibacterial properties.

A 2003 study published in ‘Complementary Therapies in Medicine’ found a honey ointment made from honey, beeswax and olive oil relieved the itchy symptoms in participants with the condition. In the study, 80 percent of the honey ointment users who had no prior treatment experienced significant improvement in treating their eczema symptoms.

The ointment was made from equal parts of unprocessed honey, beeswax, and cold-pressed olive oil.  It advises: when pathogenic bacteria penetrate the skin, eczema can develop. The naturally strong antimicrobial elements of Manuka honey can help kill off these unwanted organisms, in turn reducing itching and infection. As well as being useful when applied topically, in a mixture of equal amounts of honey, beeswax and olive oil, Manuka honey can be hugely beneficial taken internally.

Its antibacterial properties help to reduce inflammation, which in turn can help the body heal itself, also reducing the symptoms of eczema! Now, applying raw manuka honey on an everyday basis isn’t quite as workable, for obvious reasons. Wild Naturals has a full line of manuka honey skin care products, which were developed for eczema and psoriasis skin types!

For an easy addition to your skin care routine, throw away all those mineral oil-filled products and stock up with Wild Naturals Manuka Honey cream instead! Visit our online store today and finally overcome the barriers of eczema.