It seems like a bold claim, but Susan Clark in her book “Beat Eczema” claims that this frustrating skin rash can be eliminated. Having suffered with nummular eczema during the summer and seeing patients for psychotherapy with various skin rashes, I wanted to investigate this book and her claims.
I know how disappointing it can be when you think your eczema rash is cleared and then it returns once again. Yet, taking antihistamines to relieve the itching is not something one wants to do during the day. It isn’t a good idea whlle driving to take benadryl and kids get groggy at school from this. Though great at night to guarantee a deep sleep, free from scratching, it just isn’t practical during the day on a regular basis.
Susan Clark uses all natural methods that revolve predominately around diet and supplements. There is a strong emphasis on building up the immune system and getting to the root of the problem. This makes sense to me rather than to just treat things superfically without getting to the bottom of the problem. It is similar to cutting off the ends of weeds without ever pulling out the root.
I have always enjoyed natural foods, but for someone who is determined to not make some changes to their diet, this book probably would not be useful. On the otherhand, it seems that you can use some supplements, cheat a little on the diet and gain some good results. If you are throwing away money with lots of supplements without knowing which are the most effective, the book will also help you narrow things down and put together a program.
A con of the book is that it’s a ebook which you download. However, you can print it out. It is nice to save paper and trees. A pro is that the book has a money back guarantee so you can try it out and see if it offers relief for your eczema skin rash.