Our ancestors have used natural methods to treat various ailments for millennia. For example, dandelion juice was used as an herbal medicine for over 1000 years. Dyshidrotic and vesicular hand eczema are a rare form of skin inflammation and difficult to treat. The use of dandelion juice has been shown to be beneficial for this type of eczema as well as more common forms. You can treat this skin condition from the inside out with a natural dandelion juice.
Drinking dandelion tea on a regularly basis help improve the function of your internal organs. Organs like your liver, gallbladder and kidneys filter and eliminate toxins from your body. Conditions like eczema often occur when those things arent working properly. Taking a regular dose of dandelion extract will stimulate organ function; the mixture concentrates the properties of the dandelion. It only takes two teaspoons everyday to treat the skin conditions and even symptoms of blood toxicity.
Integrate fresh dandelion leaves with your regular diet. Try a dandelion salad with balsamic vinaigrette dressing. Its a great way to absorb the essential nutrients in the dandelions. The young leaves that are picked during springtime are best used in raw salads. Fresh dandelions can be found at just about any grocery store, in the produce section. They are inexpensive and can be used in many different dishes, like salads and sandwiches.
Dandelion capsules can be purchased from many different manufacturers. Take a couple of dandelion capsules with a full glass of water as part of your dandelion routine. A great thing about taking the dandelion capsules is that if you dont particularly like the taste you wont taste these. Using a juicer, you could squeeze fresh dandelion juice as a way to get the vitamins and nutrients needed to help your skin. Combine this with fresh carrot and apple juice to mask the bitterness.
Something as simple as dandelions as a treatment for rare skin conditions like vesicular hand eczema can help relieve you of your symptoms. It cant replace seeing your regular doctor or dermatologist to map out a plan of treatment for you. It may be best for you to find a physician that acknowledges and supports the use of natural homeopathic medicines.