Heal Anemia to Heal Folliculitis

| Modified on Mar 18, 2024

If your body is anemic it has a harder time working properly and healing correctly. If you have folliculitis and anemia, solving your anemia may cure your folliculitis as well! Anemia is not uncommon, especially for women who are in the childbearing years. One can easily be anemic and not even know about it.

If you do not know if you are anemic or not, you can try some natural remedies to boost your blood. (This is not recommended if you have a history of too much iron in the blood.)

Blackstrap Molasses - Take 1 tablespoon of blackstrap molasses daily to boost the blood.

Yellow Dock - The herb yellow dock is high in iron and helpful to anemia. It can be taken in capsules or tincture form.

Prunes, eggs, red meat, spinach and kale are all good iron sources in your diet.

2 User Reviews

Posted by Decafe Vamp (Rossendale, Lancashire, England) on 03/07/2012

I have anemia, when I'm on ferritin supplements the lumps and sores ease and the pain is reduced. Get your iron levels checked at drs. Take care. Decafe vamp!

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Posted by Braven (Baltimore, Maryland) on 01/11/2011

I have finally found the cure for my scalp folliculitus. It has been 15 years since I first started showing symptoms of this terrible problem. I have been using antibiotics (Ceftin & Clindamycin) which would only give me temporary relief. I finally stumbled onto a cause of chronic scalp folliculitus. It was Low Iron Anemia. I checked the symptoms of Low-Iron Anemia and about 4 other symptoms affected me.

I began using Iron supplements after I finished an antibiotic treatment of (oral)ceftin and (topical)Clindamycin in Clobestol. I wanted my scalp clear when I started the Iron supplements. I am happy to report for the first time in 15 years I am free of this problem. Please check your Iron levels you may be anemic and not even kno like myself. I thank God for finding this out. I only hope that someone reading this doesn't have to wait 15 years like me.