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Posted by Kentucky Mama (Clinton, Ky) on 07/23/2012
5 out of 5 stars

My 11 month old baby had diarrhea for several days due to teething. I knew charcoal would help, but he isn't much for cooperating with eating what I don't want him to eat. However, we spend all day keeping him from eating whatever he finds on the floor! I put a charcoal tablet on the floor in front of him. He ate it. I did this a couple of times that day and it really helped his diarrhea. If he took a bottle, I would have mixed 1/2 t. Of charcoal powder in 4 oz of water and given it to him that way. Everyone should keep charcoal on hand for every day things, especially accidental poisoning!

Bed Wetting
Posted by Monica (Queens, Ny, Usa) on 07/20/2012

Hi all. I am a frequent visitor at Earth Clinic and want to share what has worked for me.

1) Plantar Warts- I tried everything you could imagine at the drug store, nothing worked. UNTIL.... I read on Earth Clinic that Apple Cider Vinegar would work. My whole family (5 of us! ) got plantar warts and they are pretty painful. I think it started at the pool. Anyway, I put an ACV soaked cotton ball on the affected foot every night and fixed it there with either a huge bandage or even duct tape (yes, duct tape is good, it suffocates the wart). I would remove it in the morning. The warts all disappeared within 2 weeks, never to return. You MUST be consistent and the longer you can have it covered in ACV the better, meaning if you could wear it to work, then do it.

2) Bedwetting- My daughter has suffered with nightly bed-wetting for a long time now, she just turned 10 this year. After trying everything imaginable the last most simple trick we tried worked! Someone had once mentioned that its possible her insides were "cold". I always thought there might be a relation since my oldest did also wet the bed but only till she was 5. And for her it was as simple as not putting the AC on at night, just a fan. But that wasn't the case for my second daughter. So I put a heating bag on her bladder area every night for about 1.5 months. On the very first night she woke up dry. This was a small miracle. She actually woke up dry every night after that but I kept the heating bag routine for fear it would come back. After a month and a half we decided to try sleeping without the bag with great success. I suggest this very simple trick to anyone who is dealing with this.

Colloidal Silver, Coconut Oil
Posted by Faeqa (Amman, Jordan) on 07/03/2012 67 posts

Hi mothers, my nephew suffered from baby acne and dry scalp, I wipe it with rose oil, it cleared within few days.

Colds and Flu
Posted by London (Sandusky, Ohio) on 06/28/2012

I just wanted to add that I recently started to sweeten the colostrum /milk combo with butter flavored or maple flavored pancake syrup or creme brulee coffee creamer, just a little bit to sweeten it, and she Loves it! Before it was a bit of a fight getting her to take it, but since I added a flavor to it, she looks forward to it. And its amazing. Her runny nose started to come back and Ive been giving her a hlf teaspoon to 1 teasppon a day in the moring for the last couple days and its gone!!

Posted by Silvermist (Machias, Maine, Usa) on 06/15/2012

4.5 yr old daughter has had eczema since 4 months old. Severe worsening now x1 year- correlated with starting nursery school. School has been out 1 week and her severe eczema has receded 70%. She actually enjoyed school and would protest when I suggested she miss school (I had previously realized her eczema was worse on school days). We've really done nothing else new= we live by a cold ocean and she has dipped her wrists a few times this week, but she's been exposed to ocean water year round, plus her neck and face have completely resolved and they did not get ocean water on them.

We have been using Apple Cider Vinegar for 4 months- it stings but it does reduce her itching for a few hours. It only improved the look of her skin by . We have also used a tiny pinch of borax in water about 7 times in 4 months- borax has helped me so much I wanted to see if it helped her. It did not, at that dosage. She also bathes with it and all the household laundry is washed with it. We are chemical free in our home and food. We have used irish moss both externally as a salve and internally in ice cream. We have been using 50 billion units of probx daily, plus real buttermilk and kefir and raw milk.

All of these things may have helped, but to me, the strong coincidence is that now that she's been home with me for a full week, she is nearly healed. My guess is that inside, where her deepest feelings are, she just needed mom. I'm cutting back school next year from 18hrs/week to 6 hrs/week or quitting all together, even though she loves it. Btw, it's not dietary with her. Also, her worst flair ever was while I was hospitalized for Lyme meningitis in April, further suggesting emotional cause. This is forcing me to keep homeschool in the back of my mind if she has problems again (of any kind) at later ages.

Colds and Flu
Posted by London (Sandusky, Ohio) on 06/10/2012

Guys, for colds and flu, COLOSTRUM. Its a powdered milk supplement, used thruout history for its nourishing benefits and to maintain the healthy function of the immune system. It heals wounds, it cures all manner of bacteria and colds, its just really awesome stuff.

Its one of the only things I can get my five year old to take. I put a teaspoon to a half of a teaspoon in a few inches of milk, stir it really vigourously, because it is powdered, and a bit hard to mix, and she takes it and it tastes great!

She had a cold and a runny nose and mucusy throat all winter. I must have taken her to the doctor a dozen times, and she missed quite a bit of school this year cuz of it. I was giving her homeopathic cough syrups and tablets specially formulated for kids, which helped, but didnt really nip the problem in the bud. I also gave her cinnamon and honey, which is really good when she is throwing up.

I gave her a teaspoon of colostrum in the morn, and a half teasp at nite, and in about three days, her congestion was gone!! Completely gone! I was shocked and amazed. And she loves the taste, its just like creamy milk. The only drawback, is it is pricey, about $50 for a container, but well well worth it, I love it, I'll never run out.

Bed Wetting
Posted by Heather (Charlotte, Nc) on 06/03/2012
5 out of 5 stars

My son has struggled with bed wetting all his life as did his father when he was young (until he was around 15). He is now 7 and this has been a source of embarrassment for him now that he is older. He recently had a strep throat infection that I treated with cayenne pepper (In pill form because he would not take a tea). His strep eased up within two hours of his first dose of cayenne but I continued to treat him for a few days to be sure it didn't come back. After day 3 I noticed he hadn't wet the bed since taking the pills. I gave him one pill twice a day for the strep but have continued to give him just one a day since. It has been several weeks now and he has not had a single accident! He is so proud and excited as we have tried everything.

I wanted to pass this along in hopes that it might help other kids with a similar issue. Just FYI he wet the bed almost every single night prior to the cayenne. I do suggest taking it halfway through a meal as it may burn a bit on an empty stomach.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Jackie (Brookfield, Ohio) on 05/23/2012

Vid from Ashburn, That breaks my heart! Children that young should not have to deal with anything except playing & learning. Anyway, have you ever read about excitotoxins? I believe this is a big reason why things like this are happening to our children. You should try & keep her away from any food with this in it & meats with hormones which I'm sure you probably already know. I am currently looking for a better option to store bought formula for my 6 month old.

Some more good links Explore the other links at the top of the web page too!

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Vid (Ashburn, Va) on 05/13/2012

Thank you-started this morning ACV dosage!

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Nycbgirl (Las Vegas, Nv) on 05/12/2012

First of all I am not Ted.... but I used the ACV on my niece since the age of 7-8 I used to make a hot cup of tea, whatever I had and added 1 teaspoon of ACV and honey to taste she'd drink it and feel better if she had a tummy issue.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Vid (Ashburn, Va, Usa) on 05/11/2012

Dear Ted, I have been reading a lot and I must say that I am unsure about the dosages to give to my children. My daughter is seen by ped endo for possible early puberty. She is a Leukemia ALL survivor, was diagnosed at age 2.75 years and went through treatment and in remission for 5 years. She is in excellent health and doing good at School. However she started developing breasts early and that is the reason we saw the endo. They did ultrasound and some blood work, the results of ultrasound reveal a small cyst and the doctor reassured that it might go away and nothing to be concerned. While we are waiting for the blood results, I thought it would be a good idea to try ACV. Could you please suggest the dosage for a 7.5 year old girl child. My almost 10 year old son suffers from eczema especially around stomach, shoulder and groin area. Kindly share us the children dosage.

Thank you, Vid

Strep Throat
Posted by London (Sandusky, Ohio) on 05/01/2012

Update:: Please dont store the honey colloidal silver mixture in dropper bottle, it XPIRES after 3 days and can blow up and go rancid. The dropper rubber plastic thing was expanding, I had to throw away.

Now I use a plastic medicine cup, and mix it in there or use a honey based herbal childrens syrup, and mix it with that in the cup and give it to her. Homeopathic remedies which can be bought at health food stores or ordered online are great.

Posted by Leatrix (Flintshire, North Wales, Gb) on 04/09/2012

Tumeric is an excellent spice for easing Diarrhea. My toddler had 'toddler Diarrhea', and I just had to keep him on a basic diet of water, rice, toast and bananas. The GP told me I couldn't give him anything like Imodium due to its side effects in young children.

I stuck to this diet, with minimum effect. After a couple of weeks, I contacted the GP again and he told me to add soy milk and skinless chicken to my son's diet. A week passed and it helped a little, but it was only by accident, when I read about an old Persian dish 'Tumeric Chicken', (I was on a diet then and was looking for low cal meals *lol*) that I read that it was good for 'many stomach ailments'.

I gave it a go and my toddler tried it and loved it. Better still within 2 days my son's chronic Diarrhea had gone completely and now he's thriving brilliantly. I would recommend it to everyone, it literally is, steamed chicken, a dash of tumeric and steamed onion. I served it with plain boiled rice and not only is it delic, it really helped my weight loss and my toddler's Diarrhea... Now that's what I call a SUPER SPICE!

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Heidi (Sierra Nevada Foothills, Ca) on 04/03/2012

To all of you that used probiotics for their children's eczema, you are absolutely correct. However if your child is having an allergic reaction to a food such as soy then that probably means that they should not be eating it or tolerating it. The body is reacting for a reason. Soy formula is bad for babies on many levels. To learn why, you should go to and research soy and why babies should not eat soy.

More importantly regarding your child's allergies and digestion I would recommend watching Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride's "Gut and Psychology Syndrome" conference and reading her book. I think that this very good information for all people even if they are healthy.

Good luck to all and if you research this now you will be happy that you did not put it off and it will mean many more healthy years for your family.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Lanos (So Calif, Usa) on 03/27/2012

Blomma.. Sorry forgot to mention The infant I mentioned, was on antibotics at birth also, and developed eczema, and then asthma at a very young age. God bless you.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Lanos (So California, Usa) on 03/27/2012

Blomma, Please research very carefully the outcome of feeding an infant or child a soy formula.. From personal experience, I've known a male infant who was fed a soy formula due to allergies and then later in life developed feminine hormones.. And I do not mean he had homosexual tendencies... His orientation was completely male. However he actually became somewhat of an eunich. This is too serious to take lightly. Do some more research.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Blomma (Mae Sot, Tak, Thailand) on 03/25/2012

I have twin adopted infants, one of them developed severe allergies to soy, cow, goat, rice, almond... I tried every hypoallergenic milk formula available too, but his severe excema persisted. Upon a friends suggestion I gave him probiotics and within a couple of days he was able to tolerate soy formula... He had been on antibiotics as a newborn... I have not introduced him to other milk products yet.

Colloidal Silver, Coconut Oil
Posted by Lana (Anthem, Az, U.s.a.) on 03/03/2012

Coconut oil works wonderfully on dry scalp.

Apple Cider Vinegar and Vitamin C
Posted by Melissa (Carson City, Nv) on 02/27/2012

my oldest daughter had back to back UTI's for a year when she was 3 antibiotices didn't help at first her doctor told me to stop giving her baths and start giving her showers with mild soaps and after her shower let her soak in a baking soda bath for about 30 mins. (you use about a 1/4 cup backing soda to the water) the baking soda helps relive the redness and itching... It helped with in few days and the antibiotice wore able to work... Her doctor told me that when lil girls sit in bath water all the dirt sits on the bottom of the tub and none the else around the vaginal area and cause some of the infection... My daughter is now 9 and hasnt had another UTI since and anytime she says it hurts down there or it red we do the baking soda bath and it clears it up... And you can use a baking soda bath on a child of any age... So I hope this help... If nothing it will help with the burning anad itching

Early Puberty
Posted by Kathie (Houston, Tx / Usa ) on 02/03/2012

I wanted to update my son's situation since I have taken him off of the flax oil and seeds. His breast is much smaller now and he has not grown any more pubic hair. I have also noticed that he does not have emotional outbursts like he used to have.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Diane (Ajax, Ont Canada) on 01/22/2012


Posted by Andoy (Boise, Id) on 12/25/2011

I've read somewhere in the net that topical application of AC Vinegar is a cure for eczema. It works for me too.

Posted by Louwrence (Rustenburg, North West South Africa) on 12/24/2011

Hi PM from Vic, Australia, Try eliminating all polyunsaturated fats from her diet as they cause a lot of health problems. Margarine, vegetable oils are the main culprits- rather start using coconut oil for cooking & hopefully the problem will be solved. Because her elimination system is overwhelmed, the junk is being eliminated via the skin.

Posted by Julie (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) on 12/24/2011

Two thumbs up for BENTONITE! My 21 mos. old had diarrhea for 8 days, had lost over 1 kg, and nothing was helping (meds, doctors, etc. ). Finally I found this posting about bentonite. Within 8 hours of taking it, he had solid poops again! Unbelievable. I gave him 1 Tbsp of bentonite in about 10 oz of diluted apple juice; and I did this twice in one day. Thank you so much for this information.

Pacifiers and Ruined Teeth
Posted by Rika (Riverside, Ca) on 12/23/2011

I wanted to comment on the part that virtually all babies use pacifiers. La Leache league advises against its use. So I know many familes that don't use pacifiers, which is good. I sure hope this will increase.

Posted by Liz (Boston, Massachusetts) on 12/22/2011

My teenage daughter's eczema all but disappeared with the addition of yogurt to her diet, and fish oil supplements.

I hope that the combination works as well for your daughter, should you decide to try it.

Posted by Pm (Vic, Aus) on 12/22/2011

Hi, Our daughter was born with dry skin and we have always maintained a good diet with my wife occasionally having meat however our daughter had an outbreak of eczema and we have been trying everything to help alleviate the itching as well as attempting to overcome it. We have pretty much gone raw and although it hasn't completely disappeared it has certainly helped however it keeps recurring. We have cut out all fruits as we think it may be sugar related, take no wheat or any other form of flour, we bathe her in water with neem, baking soda and turmeric, ensure that the surroundings are as cool as possible and always make sure she is wearing clothes made out of cotton.

We also apply neem oil with a base of sesame seed oil and turmeric and this seems to be helping although we don't know what is causing the eczema to flare up. Both my wife and I take probiotics, magnesium, sacha inchi (for protein) and plenty of vitamin c from amla. We have the dehumidifier running round the clock as the property we are residing at has very high level of humidity. We also use detergent that has next to no chemicals and include baking soda as well when washing. Is there something we are missing as we are no closer to finding the root of the cause? Can someone please help as we are at our wits end?

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by San (Pasadena, Ca) on 12/19/2011

Hi, My 3 1/2 year old has seasonal Asthma. I'd like to give her the ACV, but not sure how much is safe for a 34 lbs...firecracker...

thanks, San

Underweight Children
Posted by Debbie (Melbourne, Australia ) on 11/14/2011

If I had an underweight child I would give them fresh green juices, especially wheatgrass juice. It has most of the vitamins and minerals we need. Ann Wigmore who wrote an excellent book on wheatgrass said we could live on wheatgrass juice alone (as it is a whole food). You could add fruit juices to it (all fresh fruit) to make it more palatable. If you could also add spirulina and chorella powder that would be very beneficial.

Coconut oil would be good if you could add that to his diet as well.

Does he have a digestion issue? Probiotics and digestive enzymes would be helpful if there is a gut problem and the food can't digest properly. Also there is a great book "The Gut & Psychology Syndrome" by Dr. McBride which has been helpful in many kids who have gut issues. She recommends home made chicken broth to get nutrients into the body. You can google her on youtube there is a lot of info. She recommends starting kids off on the broth to heal the gut and then gradually adds foods back into the diet.

I can understand how worried you are having had a child myself who has many issues.

Apple Cider Vinegar and Vitamin C
Posted by Simi (Gosford, Australia) on 11/10/2011

Up until I was 14 y/o I thought it was normal to burn when I pee'd. I had back-to-back UTI's that quite often required antibiotics, and drinking the (horrible tasting) Ural. A dr told me once that I have dormant bacteria in my 'area' that was causing the UTIs, I think it was a staph strain but I'm not 100% sure as it was said a long time ago. This dr also told me to drink lots of cranberry juice because the high levels of vitamin C help to clean out your urinary tract, and since drinking the juice regularly I have been completely burn free!!

Bloated Stomach
Posted by Gavin (Manganui, Northland, New Zealand) on 11/01/2011

Absolutly agree Ted.. Vitamin C helps fight off the cold in a day, but with Zinc you don't even get it in the first place.

Bloated Stomach
Posted by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) on 09/30/2011 385 posts

Take B50, or vitamin B complex. Her inability to digest food is due to low digestive enzymes and her low liver nutrients. The B50 will take care of liver nutrients and the digestive enzymes will help prevent bloated stomach. Constant colds, is low immune systems primarily zinc and lysine will help that.


Posted by Milaine (Rochester, Usa) on 10/10/2011
5 out of 5 stars

My son had neo-natal lupus, so he had the butterful on his face and kept it a long time. The vitamin E helped us a lot (even if we are not faithful). My husband just took the vitamin E (softgel) broke one and put it on the baby's face.

Posted by Jessica (Chicago, Il) on 10/03/2011

2 tablespoons of HEMP OIL every day! Also, cut out all whites (bread/starch/dairy/sugar) Apply Collodial Silver topical gel 6x a day. No steriod cream use or anything containing Propylene Glycol/parabens/ethanol...avoid S&S Johnson Products, cortisone creams, etc!!!!! )

Posted by Debbie (Melbourne, Australia ) on 10/03/2011

Jackie, if you look at the ailments sections on earthclinic under exzema you will see a lot of people have had great results with bathing in sea/salt water. If you can't get to the water try some unrefined sea salt in his bath.

I also agree with others who have suggested probiotics and yoghurt. I would also try a digestive enzyme. The problem stems from a digestive issue. I would not use the steroid creams at all.

Keep him off processed baby foods, make them fresh as all baby foods have added MSG and other additives in them.

Is he being breast fed? If so your daughter needs to also take probiotics and clean up her diet.

Posted by Jen (Bozeman, Mt, Us) on 10/03/2011

I agree you should take a look at his food. Is he eating any gluten/dairy/nuts/eggs. Remove any or all of those from his diet immediately. See how he does without them. Take him off the hydrocortisone cream. It is not good for little ones let alone big people. I lived on the stuff when I was his age on up to about 10 years old. I have adrenal failure now and my skin is permanently destroyed from over using it and it doesn't even help the problem. It has been proven to thin the skin out permanantly. The steroids as well are the same thing. They are filling him full of cortisol and other hormones which are messing up the balance in his body.

You need to start from the beginning and look at his enviroment and what he is ingesting. The four things I mentioned above are the usual culprits but it could be anything. I have an eczema break out on my face if I eat mango. It never fails either and it took me 32 years to figure it out. I also have psoriosis and I figured that one out as well. The skin breakouts are usally diet related though your doctor will tell you it is not likely. I am proof the doctors are not always right. The mango allergy does not show up on allergy tests but when I eat it no matter how much I will get the same breakout. It starts slowly on my chin and if I keep eating mango I will have it take over my lower face and neck. It happened every year around the same time of year and that's how I figured it out. I only buy mango's when they are cheap which is spring time-ish when they must be abundant. That is when the rash would come. I stopped eating mango's 4 years ago and have not had a break out since. I wish you and the little guy luck. It is a terrible disorder to deal with especially when you are so young.

Posted by Liz (Boston, Massachusetts) on 10/03/2011

Eczema heals from the inside, out. After much trial and error, I found a combination that totally cured my 18 year old daughter's eczema - yogurt and fish oil.

While I know that getting fish oil into a seven month old is next to impossible, getting yogurt into them isn't. If you feed them a yogurt every day, you will notice a *huge* difference in less than a week.

My daughter suffered with eczema for her entire life and no doctor, specialist or medication ever made it go away. She was always loaded with inflamed and scabbed areas all over her arms, legs and occasionally, her face. Her skin is now as smooth as a baby's thanks to the yogurt and fish oil combination. (She has only one container of yogurt per day, and a fish oil capsule in the morning and before bed.)

We still can't believe the amazing results. Truly miraculous.

Posted by Fly (Mableton, Ga) on 10/03/2011

My daughter is 7 and suffers from hives intermittedly. She has several food allergies... Soy, all nuts, peas, cantalope and is basically allergic to every tree, grass and animal. She suffers from very bad eczema and the hives come and go and keep her up all night. We have tried every antihistime out there, she lives on benadryl and she has had several courses of predenisone. We are currently giving her 2 tsp of allegra twice a day and benadryl as needed.

Dermatologists have prescribed all kinds of topical steroids which have now become ineffective. She does not sleep well because she is so itchy and she scratches till she is bleeding all over. She goes to the chiropractor once a week and I am looking into acupunture as well. I just had a hair analysis done on her to figure what what her body may be deficient in. I am seeking anything that can help relieve her. Upon reading all the various posts, I am going to look into getting her tested for a histamine intolerance. I need help please.... Medical doctors just want to keep trying various drugs. They all make her sleepy and moody. None get rid of the eczema or the hives permanently. She is miserable and I am exhausted!

Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 10/03/2011

Check what he is eating. You might get a clue there.

Posted by Jackie (Pace, Fl) on 10/02/2011

Searching the great world wide web for answers. My grandson is 2 and has been to the ER 4 times this week. His eczema has been getting worse for the past 2 weeks and has caused skin infection on his body from head to toe. He started antibiotic last Sat which is just making him very ill and has changed antibiotics. His itching is now so severe- he can't get any rest much less sleep- he literally wants to rip his skin off (in fact did tonight). He now has ulcers in his mouth and is just a big scab red/raw skin everywhere from his itching.

After 9 hours in the ER last night- we were told they don't know what to do. He is back on steroids which are not doing anything yet. He also has used the strongest steroid cream, an adult does of benadry, zyrtec, and they other stuff (hydroxy - I think) and cream. Still nothing is working with the itch. After reading, I am thinking of doing a diluted ACV bath followed by coconut oil.

Posted by Eastrawinata (Seattle, Wa, Usa) on 10/02/2011
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My 7 months has been suffering eczema on her face and hands, and we are reluctant on putting steroids on her face. We stumbled upon VCO and applied it on her face 2 days ago, but it looks like it is making her eczema worse. Is this normal after applying vco? Some say that this is the VCO at work: worse then better, but is it? How long should I keep using VCO on my daughter? Anybody have this experience? Thanks much!

Bloated Stomach
Posted by Becs4877 (Gisborne, New Zealand) on 09/28/2011

That's a point - thanks Gavin. It would certainly explain her wonderful appetite for food!! Can it also cause bloating do you think? Will work to eliminate this from the possibilities. Appreciate this, thanks

Bloated Stomach
Posted by Gavin (Manganui, Northland, New Zealand) on 09/27/2011

For kids that age always think worms first, they seem to pick them up like a magnet.

Bloated Stomach
Posted by Becs4877 (Gisborne, New Zealand) on 09/27/2011

Hi there. My almost-2 year old daughter has had a firm, bloated stomach on and off for quite some time. She is a wonderful eater and has a very healthy diet so haven't thought too much of it. She doesn't appear to be in any pain, her tummy is just noticably bloated or full a lot of the time. I've been to my Chinese doctor who seems to think it's her spleen and a blockage in her stomach. My Chinese doctor is also sourcing a children's 'wellness' tonic for her as we speak.

I've had a look online - they mention everything from gluten/lactose intolerance to too much fructose? She eats a lot of fruit - could this be adding to it? Her stools are quite soft. Has anyone come across this? Could she just be overeating or is it possibly an intolerance to something? She's had a winter of constant colds and sickness, so clearly her immune system is not functioning as well as it should be. Love to hear your thoughts! Thanks!! Rebecca

Posted by Jacky (Dayton, Oh) on 09/22/2011

One may try a product from Utah called Tahitian noni juice. The one from the Utah based company is the only one I recomend because I witnessed the results with my suffering grandchild. Born with a severe case of eczema you will tear up at the site of him. After taking this Taihitian noni in some apple juice daily once a day in three weeks sores were healing! We were giving nothing that would help cure him or the itching. My grandson found a miracle in a bottle, he has beautiful healthy skin. We were told the scars would never heal on his body and today you can't find a scar.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Wendi From Az (Mesa, Arizona) on 08/28/2011

Wendy from Orillia,

I would love to see what your means look like! I'm GF, SF, CF Yeast free! I always am scared of the day when my next baby is born and I can't cook.. What are good wholesome freezer meals that don't have junk??

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Doddie (Lawrenceville, Georgia, Usa) on 08/22/2011

Jay, thank you so much! I will check it out. I love this website

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Jay (Toronto, Ont, Canada) on 08/21/2011

To Doddie from Lawrenceville, Georgia who wrote: "I know all the good foods to eat but as far as putting the meals together like breakfast, lunch and dinner I have a problem of being creative with my meals and making it interesting for my family. I also do not know what spices and herbs to use."

Doddie, one of the best sites on the web for information on food, food nutients, and ways to chose and prepare things nutritionally into meals is "the world's healthiest foods" at

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Liz (Boston, Massachusetts) on 08/19/2011

There are a ton of websites out there with great (and delicious) recipes using healthy ingredients. Google is our friend. :)

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Doddie (Lawrenceville, Georgia) on 08/19/2011

I know all the good foods to eat but as far as putting the meals together like breakfast, lunch and dinner I have a problem of being creative with my meals and making it interesting for my family. I also do not know what spices and herbs to use.

Posted by Suresh (Abu Dhabi, UAE) on 07/12/2011

Hello Dear, I read your article in earth clinic thus I am indian and My daughter age of 6yrs having skin eczema(photo attached) in her both hand palm and right leg sole & under toe. Before 3 yrs it came first her right leg sole then it came to her hand palm just 6month before. Initially it was in small portion now covering full hand as you can see in attached pics.

Other she feels much itching in whole body & more Cold. Her diet is very poor & frequent passing urination in day time..
Our family history is none. We visited to one Homeo Doctor-She prescribed Petroleum 30c & calcarea sulphur 6x & iricar cream. But no improvent & it seems spreaded more after using Iricar. Since it is serious issue for my small daughter kindly advice best suitable medicine to cure & clear eczemz for forever.
Thanks & Best regards,

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