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Eczema is a form of dermatitis known as atopic dermatitis, or inflammation of the upper layers of the skin. It causes skin to become red, irritated, itchy, and sometimes develop small, fluid-filled bumps that become moist and ooze. It usually appears first in infancy and then at intervals in adult life. Eczema is often seen in association with other atopic conditions, such as hay fever,asthma, or hives, but is generally not triggered by pollen or other airborne irritants. The disease often runs a chronic course.

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Abies canadensis

In leucorrhoea, prolapsus uteri, prolapsus ani, diarrhoea, gangrene, and in aphthous and other oral ulcerations (bark); pleurisy orchitis from mumps, peritonitis, and all inflammations caused by cold, to all sprains and bruises and to lumbago, rheumatism and sciatica, in herpes, moist eczema, fevers and psoriasis (oil)

Acalypha australis

For diarrhea, eczema, enteritis, fever, hemorrhage, nausea.

Alliaria petiolata

To promote sweating and to treat bronchitis, asthma and eczema, effective in relieving the itching caused by bites and stings (leaves) Externally, they are as an antiseptic poultice on ulcers. The juice of the plant has an inhibitory effect on Bacillus pyocyaneum and on gram-negative bacteria of the typhoid-paratyphoid-enteritis group.

Alnus rubra

In the treatment of many complaints such as headaches, rheumatic pains, internal injuries, diarrhoea, to eczema, sores and aches (bark); for diarrhoea (catkins and young cones)

Ambrosia trifida

To insect bites and various skin complaints, internally they are used as a tea in the treatment of pneumonia, fevers, nausea, intestinal cramps, diarrhoea and mucous discharges (leaf); in the treatment of menstrual disorders and stroke (roots); excellent application to mercurial and all other ulcers of a fetid or gangrenous character (plant)

Andira araroba

In the treatment of herpes circinatus, porrigo scutulata, porrigo decalvans, sycosis, cramps, favus, psoriasis, ringworm, tapeworm, eczema, lichen, acne, and other diseases of the skin.

Annona muricata

For haematuria and urethritis (ripe fruit juice); to alleviate eczema and other skin afflictions and rheumatism (leaves); as an antidote for poisoning (bark); for all types of cancer, high blood pressure.

Aralia nudicaulis

In the treatment of pulmonary diseases, cough, asthma, rheumatism, stomach aches and cystitis (root); used as a poultice in treating rheumatism, sores, burns, itchy skin, ulcers and skin problems such as eczema (root paste)

Aralia racemosa

In the treatment of pulmonary diseases, asthma, rheumatism etc (herb); to sores, burns, itchy skin, ulcers, swellings etc (root/fruit).Externally it is used as a poultice in treating rheumatism and skin problems such as eczema.

Arctium lappa

Liver and gallbladder problems, gastritis, ulcers, the initial onset of diabetes, alopecia, skin diseases (especially eczema), ulcers, in rheumatism, scrofulous gout, cancer, syphilis and in baldness. The herb is employed as an ointment or liniment for burns, ulcers and other cutaneous diseases.

Aristolochia bracteolata

The leaves and root are used in the form of decoction and juice to treat wound, worms, fever and skin disease. Used to treat constipation, inflammations, amenorrhoea, syphilis, gonorrhoea, dyspepsia, arthhralgia and eczema.

Aristolochia clematitis

Stimulates the uterus, induces menstruation, controls bacterial infections and promotes healing, in the treatment of slow-healing cuts, eczema, infected toe and finger nails (herb); to induce childbirth (stem juice); as a bath in rectal and colon cancer (decoction of leaves and stems).

Artemisia campestris

To treat stomach problems (leaves); to rheumatic joints, eczema, bruises and sores (plant); as a hair tonic and to treat scalp infections (root)

Bellis perennis

In the treatment of catarrh, rheumatism, arthritis, liver and kidney disorders, as a blood purifier etc (herb); to wounds, bruises, for mouth ulcers (leaves); for the treatment of scorbutic complaints and eczema (root)

Betula pubescens

In the treatment of various skin afflictions, especially eczema and psoriasis (inner bark); in the treatment of gout, dropsy and rheumatism, and is recommended as a reliable solvent of kidney stones (leaves)

Blumea laciniata

Mouth diseases of cattle, eczema and skin diseases (plant)

Calotropis procera

Dysentery, diarrhea, indigestion, reducing fever, leprosy, skin diseases and eczema (root bark); cough, cold and asthma (flower and root bark); toothache (latex); rheumatism and syphilis; to relieve stomach pain (leaves); cures piles, asthma, cholera and wounds (flowers).

Capsella bursa-pastoris

For diarrhea, controlling bleeding (especially related to female urogenital tract problems), dropsy, eczema and stones in the urinary tract (plant); in ear ache (plant juice)

Carlina acaulis

In the treatment of spasms of the digestive tract, gall bladder and liver disorders, dropsy, urine retention etc (plant); for skin complaints such as acne and eczema, to cleanse wounds or as an antiseptic gargle (root)

Chrysanthemum indicum

Gonorrhea, to treat eye ailments, in the treatment of migraine (leaves); to treat furuncle, scrofula, deep-rooted boils, inflammation of the throat, eyes and cervix, eczema, itchiness of the skin and hypertension (flowers)

Cocculus hirsutus

Gonorrhea (leaf and root); eczema (leaf); as a refrigerant, gentle laxative, and as an alterative for treating chronic rheumatism and venereal diseases.

Cymbopogon citratus

Colds, cough, as a depurative agent, indigestion, elephantiasis, fever, headache, hypertension, leprosy, malaria, mouth sores, neuritis, painful menstruation, pneumonia, rheumatism, ringworm, sprains, toothache, gingivitis, pyorrhea, for cleaning teeth. A fomentation of leaves is good for immediate relief of colds. It makes human bodies healthy, with its carminative and anticholeric properties. Chinese use the grass to treat colds, headache, intestinal problems, eczema and reduce high blood pressure.

Dodonaea viscosa

For skin disease (heated leaves); to reduce fever, to treat eczema, and to heal ulcers (decoction of barks); to relieve fever, colic, gout and rheumatism, and as a treatment for venereal diseases (leaf decoction); for flatulence (wood powder)

Duchesnea indica

For boils and abscesses, weeping eczema, ringworm, stomatitis, laryngitis, acute tonsillitis, snake and insect bites and traumatic injuries (whole plant); to activate the blood circulation (flowers); to cure skin diseases (fruit)

Euphorbia tirucalli

In cancer (plant). The local medicinal practices employ its parts for dealing with body pain, eczema, scabies, rheumatism, earache, oedema, deranged phlegm, epistaxis, deranged bile, constipation and dyscrasia.

Fumaria officinalis

In the treatment of all visceral obstructions, particularly those of the liver, arthritis, gallstones, in scorbutic affections, urticaria, jaundice and in troublesome eruptive diseases of the skin, especially eczema and scabies.

Gypsophila paniculata

To treat bronchosis, catarrh, cough, dermatosis, eczema, fever, mucososis and respirosis.

Hippophae rhamnoides

In fatigue and convalescense; in lung complaints (fruit syrup); for cutaneous eruptions (decoction); for treating burns, cardiac disorders, eczema, radiation injury, stomach and intestinal diseases (oil).The freshly-pressed juice is used in the treatment of colds, febrile conditions, exhaustion etc.

Hippophae tibetana

For treating burns, eczema and radiation injury, stomach and intestinal diseases (oil); in the treatment of disorders of the lungs, inflammation of the pulmonary tract, difficulty in expelling phlegm and coagulation and clotting of the blood (fruit)

Hydrastis canadensis

Arteriosclerosis, athlete's foot, cancer, catarrh, common cold, ear ailments, eczema, enterorrhagia, gland infections, hemorrhoids, diarrhea, habitual constipation, influenza, kidney ailments, liver ailments, metrorrhagia, mouth sores and mucous ulcerations.

Juglans nigra

In the treatment of skin diseases, scrofulous diseases, herpes, eczema etc; diarrhoea and also to stop the production of milk, to allay the pain of toothache, headache (bark); for ringworm, colic and applied as a poultice to inflammations (husk); in the treatment of gangrene, leprosy, and wounds (oil from ripe seeds)

Juglans regia

In scrofula, syphilis, eczema and herpes (bark and leaf); rheumatism (fruit); as a vermifuge, laxative and in skin diseases (fruit oil); in dysentery and colic (kernel); to treat constipation, chronic coughs, asthma, diarrhoea, dyspepsia, skin ailments and purify the blood; coughs and vertigo (male inflorescences); in the treatment of diarrhoea and anaemia, low back pain, frequent urination, weakness of both legs, chronic cough, asthma, constipation due to dryness or anaemia and stones in the urinary tract, as a poultice to areas of dermatitis and eczema (rind); menstrual problems and dry skin conditions (seed oil); in the treatment of cancer (cotyledons).

Lawsonia inermis

As an emmenagogue, in aching joints, bee stings, boils, burns, candida, condyloma, dermatosis, fever, headache, herpes, hoarseness, hysteria, jaundice, leucorrhea, myalgia, ophthalmia, parturition, spermatorrhea rheumatism, skin irritation, sores, stomach. The leaves and seeds are used in the form of juice, decoction and powder to treat consumption, diabetes and intrinsic haemorrhage. Paste of the leaves are applied externally in case of skin diseases, fungal infections, cracks on feet. It is employed both internally and locally in jaundice, leprosy, smallpox, and affections of the skin. The fruit has emmenagogue properties. The bark is useful in treating jaundice and enlargement of spleen, calculous affection, as alterative and in skin diseases and leprosy. The leaves are useful in menorrhagia, leucorrhoea and are also applied externally in headache. A decoction of leaves are used as an astringent. The leaf juice mixed with water and sugar is given in spermatorrhoea. The leaves are prophylactic against skin diseases. It is also used for typhoid and haemorrhagic conditions.

Lithospermum officinale

In the treatment of bladder stones, arthritis and febrile conditions (seed); in the treatment of eruptive diseases such as smallpox, measles and itch (root decoction); in cuts, wounds, old sores, gunshot wounds, eczema and burns (plant)

Madhuca longifolia

In ulcers (root bark); as a tonic (flower and bark); in diabetes, in itching, bleeding gums, ulcers, rheumatism, diabetes and as an astringent (bark); in piles (flowers); for skin diseases (seed oil); as a poultice for eczema (leaves).

Mikania glomerata

Cough, bronchitis, throat inflammation, pleurisy, colds, flu, asthma, sore throats, laryngitis, and fever (Leaves); Neuralgia, rheumatic pain, eczema, pruritus and wounds (decoction of the leaves).

Momordica charantia

In jaundice and as a laxative (leaf); diabetes. rheumatism and snakebite (fruit), diabetes mellitus, eczema, fat loss, fever (malarial), gout, hydrophobia, hyperglycemia, kidney (stone), leprosy, leucorrhea, liver, piles, pneumonia, psoriasis, rheumatism, scabies and skin diseases. Hot water extract of dried root is taken orally to induce abortion.

Nasturtium officinale

Anemia, asthma, bronchitis, cancer, catarrh, cough, depurative, earache, eczema, flu, head colds, kidney ailments, liver ailments, pertussis, piles, scabies, scurvy, sore, tuberculosis, warts, in strangury, goiter, very useful treatment for dietary deficiencies and malnutrition.

Ocimum americanum

The leaves in the form of paste are used in skin infections like eczema and also applied to the finger and toe nails during fever when the extremities are cold. The juice of the leaves is given in cold, catarrh and bronchitis in children. A decoction of the plant is used for cough and of leaves for dysentery and also as mouth wash for relieving toothache.

Ononis spinosa

For inflammations of the urinary tract and bladder, in colic (due to stones), swolen areas and rheumatism and chronic skin disorders

Phaseolus vulgaris

For acne, bladder problems, burns, diabetes, diarrhea, dropsy, dysentery, eczema, hiccups, itch, kidney stones, rheumatism, sciatica, tenesmus, urinary tract infections; in the treatment of cancer of the blood (seed)

Pistia stratiotes

As an anodyne for eyewash, in ear complaints (plants); in eczema, in chronic skin diseases, leprosy, ulcers, piles and syphilis (leaves)

Prinsepia utilis

In rheumatism, to the forehead and temples in the treatment of coughs and colds, pains resulting from over-fatigue (oil). A paste of this seedcake is used as a poultice to treat ringworm or eczema.

Quercus infectoria

In the treatment of intertrigo, impetigo and eczema; in the treatment of haemorrhages, chronic diarrhoea, dysentery etc. (galls)

Rhinacanthus nasuta

For skin diseases and as an antiseptic (root and leaf). Used to treat obesity, helminthiasis, septic ulcers, leprosy, eczema, ringworm, prickly heat, herpes, scurvy, inflammation and cancer, goitre.

Sapindus mukorossi

Excessive salivation, epilepsy and chlorosis (fruits); dental caries (seed powder); soothe the eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, sensitive skin

Solidago virgaurea

In kidney stones and dysentery, asthma, whooping cough, internal lesions, dropsy, and chronic eczema, and in rheumatism, acute and chronic nephritis and oedema of a renal nature with history of dystrophy, in the treatment of urinary infections, chronic catarrh, skin diseases and influenza (plant); in diarrhoea and dysentery (root)

Sophora flavescens

Adjunct to cancer therapy, Short-term benefits were noted in the treatment of arrhythmia, especially in cases of coronary disease and particularly in premature beats, treatment of cervix erosion, in the treatment of jaundice, dysentery, diarrhoea and urinary infections, eczema, pruritis, ringworm, leprosy, syphilis, scabies and itching allergic reactions.

Stellaria media

As a plaster in swolen areas and broken bones, to relieve constipation, useful in rheumatism, inflammations of the digestive, renal, respiratory and reproductive tracts, asthma, congestion, and bronchitis, obesity, high cholesterol, in severe inflammations of skin, such as erysipelas, scalds and burns, crural ulcers, haemorrhoids, eczema, to soothe severe itchiness and inflammations of eyes (plant); as a poultice or ointment for skin irritation and inflammation as well as for skin ulcers. Boils, carbuncles, and abscesses

Tagetes erecta

Diseases of the eye and hemorrhoids (flower); rheumatism, bronchitis and colds (plant); as a laxative (root). It is used internally in the treatment of indigestion, colic, severe constipation, coughs and dysentery. Externally, it is used to treat sores, ulcers, eczema, sore eyes and rheumatism. A decoction of the flowers is used to treat colds, conjunctivitis, mumps, sore eyes etc.

Taraxacum officinale

Maladies of the liver, gall bladder, bowel and kidney, as a tonic, diuretic, laxative and for increasing the secretion of gastric juices (root); as a compress in rheumatism and complaints due to uric acid accumulation in joint areas (leaf); used internally in the treatment of gall bladder and urinary disorders, gallstones, jaundice, cirrhosis, dyspepsia with constipation, oedema associated with high blood pressure and heart weakness, chronic joint and skin complaints, gout, eczema and acne (plant); used to remove corns, warts and verrucae, has a specific action on inflammations of the gall bladder and is also believed to remove stones in the liver (latex).

Tecoma undulata

In cancer and swellings, syphilis and eczema (bark)

Thalictrum foliolosum

In ophthalmia, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, skin discoloration, reducing fever, in piles, leucoderma, eczema, boils, toothache, atonic indigestion, as a tonic and laxative (root); pains in the abdomen (root decoction); rheumatism and gout (plant)

Thespesia populnea

Scabies (fruit, root and leaf); migraine and insect bites (fruit); dysentery (bark powder); for the treatment of skin diseases such as eczema, scabies, psoriasis, ringworm and guinea worm (bark, leaves, flowers and fruits); for treatment of dysentery, piles and diabetes (plant); as an external wash in the treatment of skin diseases (bark decoction); to relieve inflamed and swollen joints (leaf as poultice).

Urtica dioica

Jaundice, kidney problems, bleeding of the uterus and nose, excessive menstruation, haemorrhoids, arthritis, rheumatism and eczema, as a diuretic (for relieving rheumatism and edema), astringent and as a substitute for thiazide treatment (without side effects) (plant); Externally, the plant is used to treat skin complaints, arthritic pain, gout, sciatica, neuralgia, haemorrhoids, dandruff etc.; as a tonic (flower and seed); for heart problems. Nettles have a long history of Use(s) in the home as a herbal remedy and nutritious addition to the diet. A tea made from the leaves has traditionally been used as a cleansing tonic and blood purifier so the plant is often used in the treatment of hay fever, arthritis, anaemia etc.

Valeriana hardwickii

Rheumatism and low blood pressure, painful menstruation, cramps, hypertension, irritable bowel syndrome, eczema, ulcers and minor injuries

Valeriana jatamansi

Substitute for Valeriana dubia, also in eye, spleen and blood diseases, in fever (as a stimulant) and as an expectorant (root), anxiety and emotional disorders such as hysteria, painful menstruation and cramps, hypertension, irritable bowel syndrome etc. It encourages sleep, improve sleep quality and reduce blood pressure. Externally, it is used to treat eczema, ulcers and minor injuries.

Valeriana officinalis

Good for emotional problems, such as anxiety and in headaches, insomnia, palpitations etc. Valerian has a remarkable influence on the cerebro-spinal system, and is used as a sedative to the higher nerve centres in conditions ofnervous unrest, St. Vitus's dance, hypochrondriasis, neuralgic pains and the like. The drug allays pain and promotes sleep. It is used for nervous overstrain, as it possesses none of the after-effects produced by narcotics. Oil of Valerian is employed as a popular remedy for cholera, in the form of cholera drops. The juice of the fresh root, under the name of Energetene of Valerian, has of late been recommended as more certain in its effects, and of value as a narcotic in insomnia, and as an anti-convulsant in epilepsy. Having also some slight influence upon the circulation, slowing the heart and increasing its force, it has been used in the treatment of cardiac palpitations. It is also used internally in the treatment of painful menstruation, cramps, hypertension, irritable bowel syndrome etc. Externally, it is used to treat eczema, ulcers and minor injuries.

Verbena officinalis

In liver and gallbladder complaints, chronic eczema and bronchitis,insomnia, menstrual pain, in the treatment of headaches, fevers, nervous exhaustion, depression, insufficient lactation (plant); in rheumatism, healing of wounds, for the swellings of womb (leaves)

Vernonia cinerea

Useful for the purifying the blood, bile and semen, used as a specific for leucorrhoea, menorrhagia, and in the treatment of chronic skin diseases, dysuria, strangury, bladder stones, piles, worms and haematological disorders (plant); for the treatment of amoebiosis, humid herpes, eczema and ringworm and for the extraction of guinea worms, elephantiasis (leaf juice); to treat fevers, rheumatism and conjunctivitis (flowers); effective against roundworms and threadworms, leucoderma, psoriasis and other chronic skin diseases (seeds).

Viola tricolor

In disorders of blood, rheumatism, eczema and other skin complaints (herb); asthma, epilepsy, cystitis and diseases of infants.




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