Rashes and Homeopathy
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About Skin Rashes
Rashes come in many types and
homeopathy is the best drug free, natural and non-suppressive way of treating
them! A rash represents internal disturbance, so that the
disturbance is being pushed to the skin in order to rebalance the body and heal.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) we recognize that there is a liver -
skin connection. Disturbances on the skin will usually reflect an
imbalance in liver function, as well as other organs.
Rashes made be red, inflamed,
itching, flaking, bumpy, raised, mottle, spotted, peeling or unsightly.
No one wants a rash and we see people very disturbed about them, often rushing
to a doctor unnecessarily to SUPPRESS the rash, rather than to CURE the rash
permanently. Homeopathy corrects the internal disturbance and brings the
body to balance, and the rash disappears. Long term rashes take more time
than acute rashes and require the help of a professional
Homeopathic Remedies for
For rashes that come from poison oak, poison ivy or other
kinds of contact. Intensely itching rash with swelling. Fluid-filled
blisters may appear. Itching is worse from applying heat or contact
with hot water, but better with scalding hot water.
For dermatitis or eczema with skin that is cracked and thickened.
Skin is irritated by the sun and from warm conditions. Person
is typically are irritable, sensitive, shy and sentimental.
Result of an allergic reaction and a rash that looks like hives. This
rash is usually very pink and swollen with burning or stinging pain.
Discomfort and swelling are relieved by cold applications.
People who need this remedy usually are anxious, restless, and
compulsively neat and orderly. The skin is dry, itches and burns
intensely. Scratching can make the itching worse, and applying heat will
bring relief. Indigestion with burning pain and a general feeling of
chilliness. Better with warm.
Rash with sudden onset that is hot, bright red and throbbing.
Rash may be accompanied by fever.
Rash is bumpy, hot, and dry rash. Worse from heat and touch.
Pressure or lying on the affected side often reduces the itching. If
illness accompanies the rash, the person wants to lie completely still
and be left alone, they are also usually irritable.
Rashes with eruptions that ooze a sticky golden fluid, like honey.
After this discharge, they crust over or appear crusty. Itching is
worse from warmth and
worse at night.
For a puffy and swollen rash. Swelling and the itching are
relieved by cold applications. Very useful for a rash can occur after
puncture wounds or insect bites.
For chronic rashes (or acne) at the margin of the scalp or in the
bends of the knees and elbows. The skin is oily in most areas,
but the rash looks dry and scaly. Itching is often worse from
physical exertion, there may be also hives from vigorous exercise.
Worse from being in the sun. For hives break out during
emotional stress, especially grief or romantic disappointment.
Tendency toward herpes eruptions and cold sores including around the lips or
Blistery rash will burn and itch intensely. Better by applying heat
or bathing in hot water. The person very restless, wanting to pace or
constantly move around.
Dry skin with a scaly reddish or brownish rash. Chilly and better
from keeping warm. Rash will aggravate if getting too warm under
covers or clothing. Sweating and perspiration makes the itching worse.
Red, irritated, itchy, burning rash. Worse from heat and washing.
Eruptions may be dry and scaly or moist and prone to
infection. The touch of clothing, especially wool, can cause a rash
or make it worse. Scratching seems irresistible, but disrupts and
irritates the skin even more.
Nettle-rash, with blotches that sting and burn intensely.
Scratching makes the symptoms worse. Applying cold or water may also
make the condition. Rashes that come out from eating shellfish,
from being overheated, or along with rheumatism, worse from cold
damp weather which will make it worse.