I used to suffer from eczema, I have cured my own eczema, and I stay cured of eczema. I have helped others cure their eczema and continue to help others today. These are my qualifications behind my definition of eczema.
What is eczema?
Eczema is a disease. Eczema, the disease, is your own body’s way of temporarily relieving itself from whatever is really wrong with it. Your human body in its wisdom has to resort to this eczema method so that your vital organs remain undamaged and that your blood remains clean. Inflammation, eczema is a good thing. This is your immune system at work. Suppressing your immune system is wrong. The proof of this theory is that cured eczemas leave no scars.
The human immune system is wise and correct. All treatments must be geared towards working with and enhancing the immune system, never suppressing it. If you suppress eczema long enough, the body will be forced to form tumors to isolate toxins which should have been expelled as eczema.
The terms eczema and dermatitis are often used interchangeably to denote an inflammatory process in the skin. The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of persistent or recurring skin rashes characterized by redness, skin edema, itching and dryness, with possible crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, oozing or bleeding. An eczema diagnosis can be made for something as trivial as a localized minor infection, some germ or parasite infestation, or something as systemic as blood toxemia.
Suppression of symptoms is a recipe for harm and great future damage. The usual medical advice will usually be to prescribe a cream, ointment, or pill that will suppress the symptoms by suppressing normal human immune system action. These items are usually steroids. These steroids give you the illusion of a cure by suppressing the symptoms. When you stop using the steroids, eventually the eczema returns… as it should.
In the light of this new information, we should even be thankful for the eczema for saving our life. But this cannot go on forever. The eczema condition cannot save our health for long. If a cure is not found soon, this may result in total body breakdown. We must now analyze the underlying reasons for the eczema.
Why is eczema itchy?
Eczema is itchy because there are toxins that are being expelled through the skin and your body wants those toxins OUT! Your body has called upon the help of your fingers to finally get the job done.
As we have defined, your body chose the skin to expel those toxins, the dirt, the poisons through your skin. The best we can do when this happens is to allow, to help this expulsion of toxins. You can do this be scratching, by dunking in hot water, by getting a clean absorbent cloth and absorbing the eczematic fluid. Do your best to help your body expel these toxins through your skin and you will feel itch relief.
The best way to finally stop itching is to fix your primary detox organs so that toxins are expelled through them instead of your skin.