Xanthoma Natural Remedies

Garlic
Posted by Sara (Bangalore) on 07/16/2016
3 out of 5 stars

BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS

I applied garlic capsules oil and also raw garlic for 4 days. my xan became very small but to remove completely I pressed thin slice of garlic over my eyelid and now there is red burn mark and also my eyelid is swollen. Please help me, what should I do to subside swelling . Thanks


Garlic
Posted by Chaku (Nh) on 12/08/2015
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

I need an Urgent help...I was using crushed garlic on my eyelid due to Xanthoma and it burnt like a hell, I got into a deep sleep for whole night with garlic paste on it. In the morning when I woke up and I saw on the eyelid, the big bump is gone, but the garlic had left burnt mark really bad, like my skin got burned very bad.

What should I do to heal fast? it does not burn anymore but looks so bad. Need help. Is anyone has this problem? I really need help..Please


Garlic
Posted by Darla (Dallas, Tx) on 08/08/2015
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

They will return after not using the garlic for a good while. It took me about a month before my eyes were fully healed, without scabs. I could then cover them up with makeup but they were back in about 6 months and I had to do the process again. Today I decided to try the castor oil treatment. Hoping it works better than the garlic.


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Posted by Vida (India) on 11/28/2014
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

hi Garlic does get rid of it, but only to some extent ( how much you are able to bear and for how long you can go through with it) It is in direct proportion to your pain threshold. I could do it for about a week and 3 times a day, my xanthoma however were very large so it diminished by 40%. Had I continued with it, could have gone completely but not for good. As we all are witness to it that the re occurrence is this problems middle name. If you are going to use the castor oil then you need the patience of the Gods because seems very slow, or maybe I thought it was working. Am not going to comment on that because I really did not find any results with its use.

All the best and Yes garlic works, but can you work with it is the real question. I could not bear it for more than a week.


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Posted by Shweta (Muzaffarpur, India) on 05/25/2012
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

i tried garlic process to remove my fatty on eyelid. It totally remove my fatty deposits but it leaves spots in little whitish color. Is this disappear after some days or not? I want more satisfied. please suggest what can I do to vanish my spot.


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Posted by Jemmi (Mechanicsville, Maryland) on 10/08/2011
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

I too have Xanthelasma on both of my eyes, bottom and top. I tried it on the bottom ones first because they are not as big as the top ones. I put a fresh garlic on them for 3 days and after 3 days I was swollen, red, it was scabbing and some spots were bleeding. It took 3 weeks to heal but after 3 weeks the Xanthelasma was flatter and smaller.

So I thought I'd crush the garlic. I did a second round with crushed garlic for 3 days and that really burned like acid. Same thing again, swollen, scabbing, bleeding. After the scabs fell off the xanthelasma was almost all gone. So after the 3 weeks healing time, I did a third round of crushed garlic. Now all the xanthelasma on my bottom eye is gone.

I just started this week with one of my top eyes. They are really big so I guess its going to take 5 to 6 rounds. But I have to say, it works. You look like crap while you are doing it, but I guess that's the price you pay. I report back once I am done with my top ones. hope it works on them too since they are really big.