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ECZEMA Problem.

I am suffering from eczema on my hand.Can anybody please suggest what's the beat way to cure it.Thanks in advance
Asked On : Wed, 24 Feb 2010
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Welcome to HCM
Eczyma is a layman term it is called Dermatitis in Medical terms and of course fruits do help in Eczyma as it is usually due to Allergic conditions which causes inflammation to skin , inclusion of fruits in diet is useful as fruits are rich in anti-oxidant and flavoinds which are good to reduce oxidative damage and inflammation
fruits with bright colours will be more helpful ,
Along with this you can try these herbs - like curcuma longa, Berberia aristata , Rubia cardifolia to alleviate allergy reduce inflammation of skin and check the growth of bacteria , fungus , and viruses as well
Answered: Thu, 18 Aug 2011
  Anonymous's Response

Best way to cure???find out due to what that has appeared, treat the cause and avoid the cause in future...

Answered: Thu, 25 Feb 2010
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