Monday, March 30, 2009

Ingrown toenail treatment with homeopathy

Ingrown toenail treatment

Non-surgical, homeopathic treatment option for ingrowing nails...

Only those suffering from this condition can truly describe the agony of having a toe nail growing in the wrong direction. Nails tend to grow inwards into the skin usually due to excessive trimming by an overenthusiastic pedicurist, wearing tight shoes, as a result of injury as well as sometimes due to a hereditary tendency to such ingrowths. Once a nail embeds itself into the surrounding skin fold inflammation leading to pain and infection sets in. Though the great toe is commonly affected, other nails may also get affected.

Individuals with the great toe affected tend to wear open or broad front shoes. However, the chances of the condition worsening always exist if someone steps on your foot or due to trauma.

Homeopathic medicines cannot cure an ingrown toe nail when it has already grown deep into the peripheral skin fold. However, once the ingrown nail is trimmed, the medicines can prevent the nail from growing inwards, reduce or cure the inflammation and heal the fold of skin growing over the nail.
The above photos are of the great toe with an ingrown toe nail and the fold of skin growing over it. The medicines prescribed wonderfully healed the inflammation and abnormal skin growth over the nail in a matter of few months. Remedies which are capable of preventing abnormal skin growths, inflammation, and infection as well as those which support healthy nail growth are prescribed.

If you or someone you know suffers from recurrent ingrown toe nails we would strongly recommend that you start homeopathy from a registered homeopath and physician.

If you wish to procure the medicines which we find useful feel free to visit us or order them online.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Children Eczema and Homeopathy Treatment

Eczema in children (Atopic Eczema) and its homeopathic treatment.

The most common form of eczema usually appears in the first year of life. Approximately 90% of people develop eczema before the age of five. About 50% of people who develop atopic dermatitis during childhood continue to experience a less severe form of the rash as an adult.The rash may appear anywhere on the body, however in infants they more often develop on the scalp and face (cheeks). Other common sites are the bends of the elbows, backs of knees, ankles, wrists, neck, and upper chest.Rashes may appear red, dry and scaly or may ooze a clear fluid, accompanied by sever itching.

How should eczema be treated?
Eczema appears due to an improper immune reaction in which the body fails to respond appropriately to stimuli. You cannot treat this condition by simply applying lotions and creams, externally. Exposure to a stimulus will naturally trigger this condition.

The Homeopathic treatment prescribed considers the overall susceptibility of the individual to factors such as family history (genetic predisposition), sensitivity to certain food, allergens, metals and chemicals and prescribe internal remedies capable of correcting those factors.
The treatment works towards correcting the immune response and not suppressing it . The only medicines prescribed are internal homeopathic medicines. No Steroids or External Medicated Lotions used as they suppress the condition. It is safe for All Age Groups and has No Side effects or Contraindications.

Curing eczema with Homeopathy…
Curing eczema or a complete recovery is possible with homeopathy. The experience we’ve had over the past 25 years is that eczema can be cured:

In children and mild-moderate intensity cases
When specific allergen cause the eczema (metals etc)
When the condition is treated in its early stages

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