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Neem Oil

2 User Reviews
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Posted by Maggie (Idaho) on 06/13/2017 35 posts
5 out of 5 stars

I'd had a rash on 3 small areas on my leg and had tried many remedies but none seemed to help. I tried ACV, coconut oil and several other oils, colloidal silver and essential oils....none helped. I finally tried neem oil and in less than a week, the rash was gone. I used the oil undiluted, right from the bottle, and applied it about twice a day, morning and night, when I remembered.


Neem Oil
Posted by Lilly (Wellington, New Zealand) on 11/03/2009
4 out of 5 stars

I have been plaqued by all kinds of symptoms and just recently discovered it is most likely candida. I had rashes, hives, prickles, body hot flashes, allergic feeling, sneezing, weird smell coming from body. When my rashes dry out I get dandruff like white dust (a sign of fungi) and this is when it starts to heal up - before that rash just about made me leap through the roof.

I started to use Neem oil. I put a few drops in water and because I don't have a bath put it on container and then dribble it over my body. I rub it in at last point in shower so it doesn't wash off then get out and let it dry. I don't put any creams on just dry.

I have been using it for about a week and so far the rash has almost gone - i don't itch nearly as much, no more hives, or prickles unless I get over hot.

I am also going to add in betonite clay/psyillum. Spices I crave but they may create too fast die off because I get really hot and itchy after I eat them.

I recommed Neem (some of the other oils I get reactions too but i'm fine with neem). Will you keep you posted - I can tell I have overgrowth in throat (not in mouth) and I guess probably just about everywhere. I am also going to try find some leaves to put in warm water and soak - or chew on.


Nettle Tea

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Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 08/10/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I took my kids to play in the creek this afternoon. I was noticing the weeds growing near the creek and saw some nettles. I decided to touch the nettles to give myself a nettle rash so I could see what would get rid of it. I hit the plant with the top of my foot a couple of times. I thought I noticed a tiny tingle after a short while but nothing really happened. So I touched it more firmly with the back of my arm. Same thing. I thought I noticed a bit of a tingle but then NOTHING.

Well. I thought that perhaps I am immune to nettle. Or perhaps it wasn't nettle. I came home and checked pictures and am pretty sure it was nettle. It had the little thorny things and the right shaped leaves and flowers....

Then I remembered that I have been drinking nettle tea. I had a couple of cups yesterday and at least once cup so far today. Nettle tea is an antidote for the nettle rash. Maybe drinking it ahead prevented the rash. It is a natural anti-histamine. You do take anti-histamines to prevent reactions.

We have seen nettle help with seasonal allergies and hives. And now I think you can prevent a nettle rash by drinking it ahead of time.

~Mama to Many~


Nettle Tincture for Contact Rash

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Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 07/18/2017
5 out of 5 stars

My son was in the woods building a fort with his friends. He came in and said his chin was stinging. He had not been bitten, but thought perhaps he had brushed against a stinging nettle plant. It must have been bad for him to come in; he is usually pretty tolerant. I couldn't see any issue on his skin.

I gave him 1/4 teaspoon nettle tincture in a little water. I had him hold it in his mouth for several seconds before swallowing. The relief came very quickly.

I don't know if it was nettle that he touched or something else. But Nettle tincture should work for its own sting, plus allergic reactions to all kinds of other plants and irritants. One son used nettles daily for a year for allergies. After that time his reactions to poison ivy were much less.

Hmm..I don't think I have used nettle tincture for poison ivy before. I will have to try it out. I am sure one of my children will get into some soon; they seem to be good at finding it even though I am the poison ivy police around here.

To make nettle tincture, I put the dry nettle leaf in a jar and cover with vodka. Let it sit for 2 weeks. Strain out the leaves with a coffee filter. The resulting tincture will last for years. It is wonderful to have on hand.

~Mama to Many~


Nopal Leaf Powder

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Posted by Tom (Florida currently) on 03/30/2021 44 posts
5 out of 5 stars

Back in 2010, I had itching forearms and ankles after meals for years until I started taking a couple of 650 mg nopal leaf prickly pear "opuntia ficus indica" cactus capsules after each meal. The after-meal itching was gone in two days. Now I just take 1/2 level measuring teaspoon of nopal leaf powder. Last Fall, I ordered two, one pound bags of NBF (Natura Bio Foods) nopal on Amazon. It's from Mexico. SwansonVitamins and PipingRock have the 650 mg nopal capsules.


Nu-Stock

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Posted by Jean (Franklin, WI) on 07/06/2008
5 out of 5 stars

A number of years ago, we acquired a German Shepherd with a severe case of mange, covering about 1/3 of his body. The vet's expensive prescription products hardly touched it. After a lot of study, I found a product generally used for horses to heal wounds and rashes. It's called Nu-Stock. It cleared the mange up after only 2 applications and it has never returned. His hair grew back very quickly, and although he wasn't too thrilled with the first application, he WANTED the second one very much. The itching stopped immediately.

A couple years later, my daughter had a rash that no doctor seemed able to get rid of. We tried the Nu-Stock and it cleared right up and hasn't returned.

I've had a problem with athlete's foot for years. I tried all the other remedies and it got rid of "most" of it, but there was a spot on the ball of one foot, including two toes where it just wouldn't go away. One day it occurred to me to try Nu-Stock. After just a couple of applications, the skin was back to normal, all itching gone, and it appears to be healing permanently. I think this is going to finally kill it!!!

Doing a little studying, I've found that Nu-Stock is 73% sulphur, 25% mineral oil, and 2% pine oil.

I've also discovered that there are other health products made for pets that aren't available for people. For instance, in the local Farm & Fleet, you can buy a cheap package of electrolytes for your pet's water. 16 oz. of DMSO was only $5. And there were other things as well, most of them in the section for horses! Isn't it amazing that you can buy products for your pets, cheaply, and you can't get prescription products that work for yourself???

Replied by Dog Lover
(Cleburne, Tx, usa)
09/16/2009
5 out of 5 stars

really works like they say it does. saved all 5 of my dogs even my 14 yr old

Replied by Pammyb
(Bartow, Fl)
02/09/2012

DMSO has saved me many times from fingernails turning black, etc. Whenever I've injured myself. The minute I hurt myself, I'll soak the hurt part in DMSO.


Olive Oil

1 User Review
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Posted by Nikki (Dallas, Tx ~ Usa) on 07/29/2013
5 out of 5 stars

I got a terrible rash once, and even aloe vera I tried to put on it to moisturize stung. That's how irritated the rash and the skin were. The only thing mild enough that my poor skin could take was olive oil. I have the extra virgin organic kind. I also read on PubMed that olive oil is anti-bacterial and possibly anti-fungal.

So, if you, like me, are too sensitive even to 100% Aloe Vera and it burns on top on your rash, try olive oil instead. It will soothe an moisturize.


Olive Oil, Essential Oils

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Posted by Anon (Wisconsin) on 05/30/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I was cutting rhubarb yesterday afternoon and brushed my hand against something that stung, which I assumed was stinging nettle, because there's a lot of it right by the rhubarb. I thought nothing more of it until that evening when after washing dishes I felt a slight sting on the back of my hand again and looked at it. There where two small white patches on the knuckles of two fingers. I wondered if I'd touched bleach somehow. I tried to wash it off. I put hydrogen peroxide on it with a paper towel, which caused it to spread slightly to the backs of my fingers. Then I rubbed olive oil on it with frankensence and rosemarry essential oil in it, which I happened to have nearby. I rubbed it all over my hands. After a few minutes the sting and the white patches were gone. I looked online to see what might have caused the patches but couldn't find any picture that looked the same.


Olive Oil, Serrapeptase

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Posted by Troi (San Antonio) on 12/29/2017
4 out of 5 stars

I had a rash that burned like sun burn that started at my bra line. I think it has to do with diet, but I had tried everything also and the last thing I tried was olive oil. 2 teaspoons a day until it goes away then every once in a while as needed. I have now stopped the olive oil because I started to take Serrapeptase which has kind of kept it under control.


Over the Counter

Posted by Sam (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) on 12/16/2011

I developed a chest rash. Non itchy when perimenopause started. I blamed it on everything under the sun. On a whim I tried caneston cream on the rash. Gone! Guess it was yeast? Happy camper.


Parsley Juice

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Posted by Kiki17 (Adelaide, South Australia ) on 09/21/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I unsuccessfully tried various remedies to get rid of a stubborn rash, including apple cider vinegar which has often helped me in the past. I decided to mash up some parsley with a mortar and pestle, drench a cotton pad with the juice, and put it on the rash. I left it on there for about an hour, and I have done this twice so far - the rash is now almost gone. I'm so relieved to have found something that works!


Peppermint Oil

3 User Reviews
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1 star (1) 
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Posted by Jon (Maui, USA) on 08/19/2008
5 out of 5 stars

i recently had an itchy painful skin rash on my chest that started spreading. i thought it might be from the sun, or maybe scabies, poison oak, shingles, skin cancer. didnt know. i tried spraying hydrogen peroxide on it. didnt work. i went to the doctor and they couldnt tell me what it was either. they gave me a steroid cream with a ton of dangerous side effects. they said it wouldnt cure it but would stop the itch. i tried it for a few days didnt work. total joke western medicine as unusaul. i tried pure peppermiint oil 2x a day. this is day number 3 and its totally gone. peppermint oil!! try it!! amazing. its what worked for me.!!

Replied by Akemi
(West Covina, California)
09/06/2011
1 out of 5 stars

Warning

I recently just tried this remedy. HOWEVER!!! DO NOT PUT IT ON YOUR FACE. I just stopped crying. My face was became so inflamed. When I first applied the peppermint oil to my face, I initially didn't feel anything. By the time I wiped my face with the oil, I felt like my skin was melting off! I tried to remove the oil from my face with water... Big mistake #2. It didn't it just made it worse. My next and final attempt was to use coconut oil. Thank God for that... And although I applied it, I still am unable to remove all the peppermint from my face. I am unsure how this person was able to use this oil, but for me, I never been in so much facial pain in my life. I thought I was going to ask to be taken to the hospital. Never ever ever do this to your face. You'll be extremely sorry.

Replied by Pixieled
(Endwell, Ny)
10/08/2011

Most essential oils you should never ever put on pure. They must be diluted in a carrier oil, such as olive oil, or coconut. Plus, be mindful that you're not putting on a fragrance oil instead, as it's definitely not the same thing, but synthetic. Make sure it's essential oil. One more thing. Always do a spot test for 24 hours before putting it on larger areas. Just to make sure you're not allergic.

Replied by Davy
(Coastal Town, Oregon)
09/30/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Peppermint oil is amazing, I just put three drop in I tablespoon of virgin coconut oil with a few drops of Vitamin E and it starts working. Essential oils are miracle but you must do your research before you try it... You NEVER use it essential oils full strength, they must be diluted.


Pityriasis Rosea

Posted by Sherry Sellers (Sweetwater, Texas) on 04/25/2011

I have had pityriasis for over a year now, it's not as bad as it was for the first 10 months, but they just keep popping up. Sunlight seems to help more than anything I've tried, I've also tried laying under a black light with some luck.


Pityrosporum Folliculitis Remedies

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Posted by Heavensent1002 (Dallas, Texas ) on 11/21/2018
5 out of 5 stars

Treating Pityrosporum (Malassezia) Folliculitis - Face Fungal Acne

Every AM

1. Cetaphil gentle cleanser

2. Health E UREA cream

3. Hada Labo Perfect UV gel SPF 50+

PM 1

1. Cetaphil gentle cleanser

2. Nizoral 2% mask for 30 minutes

3. Rinse with lukewarm water

4. Health E 10% UREA cream

*Date/Day:

PM 2

1. Cetaphil gentle cleanser

2. Stride X pads for 30 minutes (don't put rinse)

3. Health E 10% UREA cream

*Date/Day:

PM 3

1. Cetaphil gentle cleanser

2. Health E 10% UREA cream

*Date/Day:

Please note: If your skin feels dry, please layer Cetaphil moisturizing cream over dry area at night only. Then after the 4 week, please cut out nizoral and use the cleanser and cream on those nights. This works best on sensitive, oily, acne prone, dehydrated, redness and acne prone skin.


Prickly Heat, Miliaria, Sweat Rash

Posted by Earth Clinic (USA) on 12/08/2009

New page has been created (and existing posts moved to the new page):

https://www.earthclinic.com/cures/miliaria.html



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