Herbs for eczema
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St. John’s wort – St. John’s wort herb£2.50–£3.50
Currently, this plant is also used in many ailments. St. John’s wort can help for treatment of mild to moderate depression. The plant, especially its tiny yellow flowers, is high in hypericin (acts as an antidepressant and sedative) and other flavonoid compounds.
In the UK, one in five children and one in twelve adults have eczema, while eczema and contact dermatitis account for 84-90% of occupational skin disease. For that reason, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that plenty of people are trying to find natural treatments for this very common skin problem. Eczema comes in many different shapes and forms, but is essentially a chronic inflammation of the skin. The word ‘eczema’ comes from Greek and means ‘to boil over’ which just about summarises the way inflamed skin can look.