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Eczema Free


Contents at a Glance
Chapter 1 : What is Eczema
Chapter 2: Types of Eczema
Chapter 3: Eczema & Food
Chapter 4: The Eczema Cure
Chapter 5: Additional Eczema Cure Tips
Chapter 6: Cure Eczema with Supplements




The National Institutes of Health estimates that 15 million people in
the United States alone have some form of eczema. About 10
percent to 20 percent of all infants have eczema; however, in nearly
half of these children, the disease will improve greatly by the time
they are between five and 15 years of age. Others will have some
form of the disease throughout their lives.

Unfortunately, my son Samuel, who too was suffering from eczema
just like the thousands of children and adults across the world,
developed a severe form of eczema.

He developed red swollen skin that made him scratch his skin and
eventually caused oozing lesions. All this happened when he was just
9 years old.

I could see it from the corner of my eye, every morning when I
dropped him off to school - that it made some onlookers thinks that I
was beating him regularly!


With a specialization in skin care under my belt and having served
humanity as natural remedies expert all my life, I knew exactly how to
cure my son. And I did exactly that, within 10 days!

Seeing Samuel cured within 10 days, one of his classmate’s mother
who had also developed a severe case of eczema gave me a phone
call and asked me for the step-by-step treatment.

Well, I gave her the exact same step-by-step homemade and natural
treatment that I had applied on Samuel.

When I happened to meet her at the parents-teachers meeting a
fortnight later, she looked liked she'd taken a dip in the Fountain of
Youth! She told me that she'd applied all sorts of creams previously
without any results or at best - just temporary results.

But was delighted when my natural treatment worked on her like


After listening to the miserable ordeal that she had undergone before
consulting me, I felt the urgency to present accurate information
regarding the correct procedures to permanently eliminate eczema And this book was born.

I’m positive that you have already tried some method to cure eczema
only to be disappointed with how quickly and stubbornly it comes
back. It is heartbreaking to attend a vital important life event and just
think, “Everyone is looking at me!” It is for all of you that I am making
this book available. You need to know that curing eczema is easy
and does not involve any complicated procedures.

The methods I used to solve my own son issues have worked for
countless other people and do not harm your skin in any way, shape,
or form. They are all natural and if followed properly will result in
curing your eczema forever!

I have laid out the techniques I personally used in simple, layman’s
terms. You do not need to be a doctor to follow this book or even


have any sort of medical background. The ingredients are also simple
to find and fairly inexpensive.

Read on and start improving your quality of life and health today. My
personal advice would be to read trough all the content before
starting the eczema program as you might find something you like a
bit more later on. Also, when you understand every element of the
cure, you will utilize more properly. Always keep in mind the bigger
picture and try to visualize the process before you get to it.


What is Eczema?
Chapter 1


What is Eczema?
Eczema is a general term used to describe a variety of conditions that
cause an itchy, inflamed skin rash.

Atopic dermatitis, a very common form of eczema, is a noncontagious disorder characterized by chronically inflamed skin and
sometimes intolerable itching.

There are many diseases associated with allergic and stress
disorders that are referred by atopic dermatitis. Many of these
diseases are associated with respiratory system, such as hay fever
and asthma for example.

Of course atopic dermatitis does not have any age barriers. It can
appear at any age but still, it is observed that there is a high tendency
for young adults and children to contract the condition. Usually the
visual symptoms will start appearing before the age of 25. Anyway,
these symptoms do not have an affect on the individual’s general


Another well known type of eczema is one that ten percent of babies
develop. It is called infantile eczema and mostly identified by skin that
becomes encrusted and oozed. If the baby is suffering from eczema,
the face and scalp will show the symptoms. Usually infantile eczema
improves drastically and can expect to disappear when the baby is
two years of age. Although this happens naturally, it is advised to
keep the baby under medical supervision.

Common Areas Affected by Eczema


There are many symptoms of eczema that makes the patient’s life
uncomfortable; oozing, inflammation, and blistering being the most
prominent. When it comes to sores, there are many transformations
that take place. If the patient is dark-skinned, then eczema may
change the complexion to lighten. Unusually the itchiness associated
with this condition becomes worsen at night and patients usually
scratch the sores until they bleed. This situation might lead up to an
infection and scarring. Therefore, patients are highly advised to avoid

According to medical sources, about 3% of the people in the United
States suffer from atopic dermatitis. Surprisingly 80% of the patients
have one or more relatives who are suffering from the same condition
or similar. Atopic dermatitis can cause problems in any part of the
skin and can last for years. While females are reported to be having
the most severe consequences (Due to a more sensible skin), atopic
dermatitis usually appears on the below mentioned areas in young

• Elbow Creases


• Backs of the Knees
• Ankles
• Wrists
• Face
• Neck
• Upper Chest


Photos of Areas Affected by Eczema

Elbow Creases

Backs of the Knees








Upper Chest


Types of Eczema
Chapter 2


Types of Eczema
There are various types of eczema, with slightly different causes and
symptoms. Most are related to allergies or due to contacting with
irritating chemicals. Some are associated with underlying medical
conditions that cause fluid retention in the legs.

Atopic Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

Atopic Eczema

If you see patches of inflamed skin with red color that itches
constantly, then that is most probably atopic dermatitis. Usually these
patches are weeping and crusted. The distribution of these patches

depends on the child’s age. In infants, the patches that discharge
oozing fluid can be found on the face, scalp, body folds, feet, diaper
area, and hands. But as we discussed earlier, it is the face and scalp
that shows most of these patches in babies.

Once the baby is old enough to crawl, the patches may spread up to
the neck and trunk. When the baby grows older, the patches can
usually be found on the wrist, back neck, ankles, back of the knee,
and inside of the elbows. Although these are the usual locations,
there can be exceptions as well. When the child is older, the nature of
the patch turns in to a dark (leather like) patch which has a higher
thickness. This is usually caused by the constant scratching or
rubbing of patches.

Usually the lesions of atopic dermatitis are subjected to constant
itching, or in medical terms, intense pruritus. If a child is suffering
from atopic dermatitis, then the sensitivity to itching increases. As an
example, if a child with eczema is exposed to substance which
creates itching sensation, he/she will start itching before a child
without eczema does. Pruritus has a high negative impact on the


atopic dermatitis patients and it is usually identified as a vicious cycle.
When the lesions are scratched more often, then it leads to a
widespread of rashes that result in more itching. Once itching
continues, the rash grows bigger and bigger. The rashes caused by
atopic dermatitis are itchier in the early evening and additionally, the
children with this disorder suffer from sleeping problems.

Atopic Eczema Causes
Although the actual causes for atopic dermatitis have not been
identified yet, there are a few theories suggesting a few causes. One
of them suggest that atopic dermatitis is caused by a combination of
environmental triggers, genetic susceptibility, and damaged skin
barrier function. When it comes to one of the most prominent
suspects in the genetic factors, atopic dermatitis is linked to loci on
chromosomes 11 and 13. As the genetic linkage describes, a child
with one parent suffering from this disorder has a 60% chance of
inheriting while a child with both the parents suffering from it has
about 80% of chance. If there is at least one first degree relative
suffering from the disorder, then there is a 40% chance of getting
atopic dermatitis inherited. Therefore, it is advised that parents should


take a good observation of their child if parents or first degree
relatives suffer from the disorder.

There are many reasons apart from genetic susceptibility for atopic
dermatitis. If there are abnormalities in the child’s skin and immune
system, then that can also result atopic dermatitis. There have been
researches conducted to verify this and almost all of them have
confirmed the impact of abnormalities of skin and immune system on
the disorder. Some of these researches have disclosed that the skin
of people suffering from atopic dermatitis contains less level of fatty
acids. Since fatty acids helps to keep the skin moisture and decrease
sensitivity for foreign substances, people with low levels of fatty acids
become easy victims of atopic dermatitis.

In addition to that, the decreased levels of interferon-gamma
hormone in the immune system can also make the body vulnerable to
the disorder. By the way, if you are wondering what Interferongamma factor is, it is what regulates the body’s response to allergy
causing substances.


The list of the effecting factors does not end there. The next in the list
is the antibody called IgE. Same as any other antibody, this seeks
and destroys the foreign invaders such as viruses, bacteria etc. It is
found that about 80% to 90% of the children with atopic dermatitis
have this antibody at unusually high levels. Once this antibody level is
high, the body tends to react even to the friendly substances that
come in to body or in touch with the skin. Therefore, the level of IgE
in the blood stream is used for distinguishing atopic dermatitis from
other skin related diseases.

Atopic Eczema Symptoms
There are three basic categories of lesions caused by atopic

• Acute lesions: These are extremely itchy and red in color
(erythematous skin). They look similar to pimples and discharge
sore fluids. Acute lesions are usually accompanied by peeling
of skin and destruction of skin surface (erosion).


• Subacute lesion: These show the same characteristics as acute
lesions but less severe. In addition to that, there are no sore
fluids coming out.

• Chronic lesions: Itchenification and thickened plaques of skin
are two characteristics of this type of lesions.

In certain cases, the individuals may suffer from all three types of
atopic dermatitis if the individual is suffering from chronic atopic


Contact Dermatitis

Contact Dermatitis

When irritants touch the skin, they can produce two types of contact
dermatitis. Irritant contact dermatitis is direct irritation of the skin. The
problem is called allergic contact dermatitis when an allergic reaction
occurs in the skin. Irritant contact dermatitis can be caused by
prolonged contact with mild irritants such as bubble bath, soap,
sweat, saliva, urine and even water. Allergic contact dermatitis only
occurs in people who have an allergy to a specific substance. Each

year, about 70 percent of people in the United States are affected by
some type of skin allergy. The most common allergens are poison
ivy, poison oak and poison sumac. Other common substances that
trigger skin allergies include construction materials used to build
homes and offices, cleaning products, deodorants, cosmetics and
medications. Dermatitis of the earlobes can be caused by an allergy
to earrings that contain nickel. Chemicals in fragrances, skin cream
and lotions, shampoos and shoes or clothing also can cause allergic


Varicose Eczema

Varicose Eczema

Varicose eczema affects the lower legs of those in their middle to late
years, being caused by poor circulation. Commonly the skin around
the ankles is affected, becoming speckled, itchy and inflamed.
Treatment is generally carry out with emollients and steroid creams. If
left untreated, the skin can break down, resulting in an ulcer.


Discoid Eczema

Discoid Eczema

Discoid eczema affects the arms and legs, usually in middle-aged
men. The eczema occurs in numerous round patches. It is usually
found in adults and appears suddenly as a few coin shaped areas of
red skin, normally on the trunk or lower legs. They become itchy and
can weep fluid. Usually discoid eczema is treated with emollients
(and steroid creams if necessary).


Hand Eczema

Hand Eczema

This form of chronic eczema is limited to the hands. It can be related
to atopic eczema or it can occur because of repeated hand washing
or exposure to strong detergents. Occasionally, hand eczema is
caused by an allergy, such as a latex allergy.


Nummular Eczema

Nummular Eczema

This type of eczema causes round, coin-sized patches of irritated
skin, typically on the legs, arms or chest. It usually occurs in adults. It
can be related to atopic dermatitis and, less often, allergic contact
dermatitis. In a few cases, it represents an allergic reaction to a
fungal infection such as athlete's foot. In this case, nummular eczema
still appears typically on arms, legs or chest, even if the fungal
infection is elsewhere on the body.


Asteatotic Eczema

Asteatotic Eczema

This dry-skin eczema causes fine cracks in the skin, usually first
involving the lower legs, where there are fewer oil glands. It
commonly occurs in the elderly, especially during winter months
spent indoors in a low-humidity environment.


Stasis Dermatitis

Stasis Dermatitis

This type of eczema occurs on the calves, ankles and feet in people
who have varicose veins or other conditions that lead to poor blood
circulation in the lower legs. Leg swelling leads to itching, fine red
bumps, skin darkening and, sometimes, ankle sores.


Lichen Simplex Chronicus

Lichen Simplex Chronicus

This form of eczema is a reaction to repeatedly scratching or rubbing
the skin in one location. A nervous skin-scratching habit can lead to
thickened, discolored skin on the wrist, the ankle, groin or the back of
the neck. Skin picking can lead to smaller bump-like areas of the
same type of rash called prurigo nodularis.


Seborrheic Dermatitis (Seborrhea)

Seborrheic Dermatitis

Some doctors consider seborrhea to be a type of eczema, although it
creates a greasier rash than is usual for eczema conditions. This
scaly dermatitis commonly appears on the scalp as "cradle cap" in
infants or dandruff in adults. It commonly affects the face or neck
around the nose and at the scalp line. It probably is triggered by the
skin fungus Pityrosporum ovale.


Causes of Eczema
Causes of eczema cannot be pinned down to a concrete list because
triggering factors vary from person to person. Furthermore, a person
may be affected by one or more triggering factors at any given time or
else, the triggers may work in combination with a few components but
will not trigger eczema when contact is made, individually. These
allergens and non-allergens therefore, are specific to person by
person and affect them in varying degree.

The below list shows a few, most common allergens for eczema:

Animal hair
Animal Dander
Anima Saliva
Tree Pollens
Dust mites
Grass pollens
Fungal spores

Certain bedding stuffing’s
Washing powders
Fabric softeners
Skin lotions
Anesthetic creams
Certain Food additives
Some drugs (aspirin, beta-blockers)

Food Allergens
Peanut butter


Manufactured heat (electric blankets)
Certain fumes
Excessive exposure to water
Physical exercise
Rough fabrics

Note that you should not consider this list to be a full fledged master
list. New triggers keep adding up to the list everyday which clearly
indicates that atopic eczema is on the rise.

Did you know that approximately 24% of the population are or have
been victims of eczema? Interestingly enough, this percentage is


reported to be eight times larger than the figures derived back from
the 1960s.

You may wonder what brought about this sort of drastic amplification
to the numbers. It is the commonly believed that increased use of
chemical substances, central heating and other pollutants may have
driven the numbers up. Adding up to strengthen this theory, statistics
show that 60% of all eczema suffers also suffer from asthma.


Eczema & Food
Chapter 3


Eczema & Food
Did you know that the only way out of eczema is by improving your
immunity system? By far, using natural fresh foods have been proven
to be the most effective way of improving the immunity, stabilizing
metabolism and improving cellular activity.

Okay let’s consider what you eat and how what you eat affects your
body and well being. If you are a fast food junky, this section is
especially dedicated for you.

Have you ever thought about the consequences of processed food?
Look at it this way. Processed foods are foods from which water
content has been removed from. In the same manner, their
nourishments are also depleted. When you consume such food, the
body goes through a hard time in the process of digestion. This is
mainly because the body was not originally meant to break down
such processed food. So as a result, while the body slowly breaks
down these foods, a lot of toxins will be created.


This is why it is encouraged to consume raw foods. The body will
easily breakdown the raw foods and its nutrients will soon join the
bloodstream allowing the natural processes of the body to be in
control. As a result, you will see that you feel better and healthier and
that you go in to less mood swings.

So having briefed you on the consequences of processed foods and
raw foods, we are about to set out on a journey to discover practical
methods of eating the right kinds of food. If you follow the guidelines,
you will no doubt improve your immunity system, improve your skin
and will no doubt beat eczema.

Now let’s explore the different categories of food and the role played
by each category in beating eczema.


Biogenic Foods
Biogenic foods are easy to find. A few examples of biogenic foods
would be Cereals, seeds, nuts, sprouted seeds and whole grains. It is
essential that 25% of your daily food intake is filled up with biogenic
foods. In return, they will support regeneration of cells and tissues in
your body.

Bioactive Foods
Bioactive foods should make up to 50% of your daily food intake
because they compliment the superior biogenical and biological
functions such as destroying biostatic and bioacidic processes, faulty
digestive processes and microbes, in the body. These processes are
known to function more effectively when consumed together with
biogenic sprouts.

Together, bioactive foods will assist the body to carry out the
following actions:

Strengthening oxygen transportation and cell respiration.


Accelerating cell renewal and stimulates natural self healing.
These foods do not destroy enzymes, hormones, vitamins and
minerals due to the heat generated.
They do not heat fats and oils.
These foods do not deteriorate the quality of proteins.
They bring about atronomical increase in all vitamins.

When food is heated up or processed, the process of digestion
increases the leucocytes (white blood cells) in the stomach. However,
this does not happen with biogenic or bioactive foods. As a result
leucocytes will wander about in the blood stream and will react
effectively to defend our body against a multitude of invaders in the
air. After all, it is estimated that we breathe in approximately 12001300 liters of air per hour and it is vital our body stays in good form to
defend all the invaders that are waiting to attack us in.

Did you know that normal cooked dinner increases our blood
pressure and can increase our pulse as much as twice the usual
rate? If smoking and alcohol is also added to the process, we can
easily get a heart attack as well.


Plants on the other hand, can provide us many benefits:

They provide fats in the form of unsaturated fatty acids which
are essential for the body.

Carbohydrates that release energy slowly and steadily, thereby
providing a lot of energy to the body.

Proving complete proteins in the form of pre-digested aminoacids.


Storing Fresh Foods
Is storing fresh foods your problem? Sauerkraut is a method used to
store fresh vegetables. The proceedings are quite simple and easy
while giving away massive benefits such as synthesizing Vitamin B
complex (also B12) and Vitamin K through natural lactic acid

Directions for Sauerkraut are as follows:
Use organic vegetables.
Do not add anything, not even salt, vinegar or water.
Examples of lactic foods are; seed cheese, un-pasteurized nut
and yogurt.


Biostatic Cooked Foods
It is said that 25% of your meals should consist of biostatic cooked
foods although they do not help in the detoxification process. The
sole purpose of adding these foods to your diet is to add energy and
richness to your meals.

Biocidic Foods
This is a category to be avoided completely. These foods include
white flour, red meat, snacks, soft drinks and other types of everyday
junk food we consume. A practical list to eliminate biocidic foods
from your diet can be found below:

You shall eliminate from your diet any food from which vital
nutrients have been removed, such as white flour, white sugar,
and all those foods in which these devitalized substances are
hidden in disguised forms, as they are all biocidic.

Artificial processing which alters the natural state of a food,
destroys vital nutrients and creates biocidic foods.


Excessive (commercial) storage, such as canning, preserving,
freezing, artificial ripening, etc., causing depletion or complete
destruction of vitamins, enzymes, plant hormones, etc. and
creating biocidic foods.

Artificial, synthetic additives, such as chemical preservatives,
anti-oxidants, humectants, emulsifiers, colorings, etc., are
extremely dangerous and may even be carcinogenic. All these
foods are biocidic and pathogenic; there is no such thing as a
"safe" or "harmless" quantity of these chemical substances.
And do not expect the label to reveal the whole truth about what
artificial substances and chemical additives may be contained
inside a can, package or container. Every food which is
commercially processed in any way may be considered to
contain additives of some kind.

Artificial substitutes of natural foods are not only biostatic, but
may be biocidic.


Long storage in the home will also seriously deplete the
nutritive value of foods, even those which may originally have
been of high quality.

Always choose fresh, raw fruits and vegetables, and avoid
canned or prepared foods, even those which may come from a
"health food store".

Your diet shall contain fresh, organic fruits and vegetables,
whole grains, seeds, beans, nuts, yogurt, clabbered milk and
cottage cheese, made from fresh, raw milk and fresh eggs from
healthy, well-nourished chickens who have plenty of fresh air
and exercise. Fresh, raw milk should come from healthy, wellnourished goats or cows.

The two most important factors in the diet should consist of, (1)
embryonic vegetable substances, or biogenic foods, and (2) of
fresh, unprocessed, whole bionutrients, or bioactive foods.
Cooked, stale, unfresh foods, called biostatic foods, should be
avoided as much as possible, and under no condition should


processed, chemicalized, denatured, or flesh foods, called
biocidic foods ever be eaten.


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