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Eczema And Ginseng


Published on in Toronto promotes health and wealth with refined ginseng powder for ezcema and other health problems. in Toronto promotes health and wealth with refined ginseng powder for ezcema and other health problems.

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  • 1. Eczema and Ginseng
  • 2. What is Eczema? (1)
    • Eczema is a general term for many types of skin inflammation (dermatitis)
    • Skin symptoms: red, swollen, itchy, dryness, crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, oozing, or bleeding.
    • The most common form of eczema is atopic dermatitis
    • Eczema can affect people of any age
    • 85% of those affected have an onset prior to 5 years of age.
  • 3. What is Eczema? (2)
    • Family history of asthma and hay fever
    • The nature of the link between these conditions is inadequately understood
    • Up to 20% of children and 1%-2% of adults are believed to have eczema
    • Eczema is slightly more common in girls than in boys
    • It occurs in people of all races
    • Eczema is not contagious
  • 4. What Eczema Looks Like
  • 5. Causes of Eczema (1)
    • Researches do not know the exact cause of eczema
    • ? An abnormal function of the immune system
    • ? Gene defects that lead to abnormalities in certain proteins
  • 6. Causes of Eczema (2)
    • Exposure to an irritant such as a detergent or battery acid
    • Skin contact with an allergen (substance to which a person is allergic)
    • Nickel allergy is actually one of the most common causes of allergic contact
    • Many everyday objects contain nickel, including coins, buttons, jewelry, and eyeglass frames.
    • The exact cause of other types of eczema is not fully understood
  • 7. Prevention (1)
    • While there is no cure for eczema, we then follow the common rule “Prevention is Better Than Cure”
    • Suggested measures:
    • 1. Avoidance of over-bathing
    • 2. Applying moisturizer frequently
    • 3. Bathing in warm, not hot, water and using a mild soap
    • 4. Limiting or avoiding contact with known irritants like soaps, perfumes, detergents, jewelry, environmental irritants
    • 5. Wearing loose-fitting clothing
    • 6. The use of cool compresses to help control itching
  • 8. Prevention (2)
    • 7. Avoiding foods that cause allergic reactions
    • 8. Exercise, meditation, or other stress-management techniques can help those for whom stress is a trigger
    • 9. Wearing protective gloves for activities that require frequent submersion of the hands in water
    • 10. Avoiding activities that make you hot and sweaty as well as abrupt changes in temperature and humidity
    • 11. A humidifier should be used in both winter
    • 12. Maintaining cool temperatures in sleeping areas
    • 13. Practicing good skin hygiene
  • 9. Eczema At A Glance
    • Eczema is a general term for many types of skin inflammation, also known as dermatitis
    • Eczema is believed to result from a genetic defect that results in an abnormality of the skin's barrier function
    • Eczema is most common in infants and young children
    • Triggers of eczema outbreaks can be environmental irritants or allergens
    • Treatment can include oral or topical corticosteroids, antihistamines, or immune-suppressing drugs
    • While eczema is not preventable, self-care measures such as frequent hydration of skin and avoidance of extreme temperatures and known irritants can help manage symptoms and reduce the severity of outbreaks
  • 10. Medications
    • Corticosteroids are highly effective in controlling or suppressing symptoms in most cases
    • Immunosuppressant drugs are sometimes prescribed. These dampen the immune system and can result in dramatic improvements to the patient's eczema
    • Anti-itch drugs , often antihistamine , Hydrocortisone applied to the skin aids in temporary itch relief
    • Moisturizers
    • Lifestyle :Various measures may reduce the amount of mite antigens, in particular swapping carpets
  • 11. More Pictures
  • 12. Alternative Therapies
    • Sea water : there is some anecdotal evidence that salt water baths may help some children with atopic eczema
    • Sulfur has been used for many years as a topical treatment in the alleviation of eczema
    • Probiotics are live microorganisms taken orally, such as the Lactobacillus bacteria
    • Traditional Chinese medicine
    • Diet :”What you Eat What You Are”
    • Dietary supplements : Ginseng
  • 13. Ginseng and Eczema
    • Not all ginsengs are good for eczema problems
    • Different preparations give different results to patients with different body types
    • Skin has three layers in its structure
    • By rejuvenation, the infected skin cells will be activated and well repaired from the inner layer to the outer layers
    • The “itchy” will be gone.
    • It takes a period of time
    • Most of the toxic substances are driven away from the body inside out from:
    • 1. The liver
    • 2.The large intestines
    • pH of normal body fluid = 7.40
    • Acidic pH = Below 7.40
    • Alkaline pH = Above 7.40
    • The body fluids will be maintained alkaline from previously acidic status
    • i.e. from <pH 7.40 to >pH 7.40
  • 17. 4 Essentials in being Healthy
    • A balanced diet
    • Sufficient exercise
    • A quality sleep
    • A good mood
    • Together with the four essentials in being healthy, your eczema problem will say “Good Bye” to your skin.
  • 18. Use of BH Ginseng (1)
    • Bing Han Ginseng Powder can be used for eczema topically and orally.
    • For mild conditions:
    • 1. Capsule and powder can be mixed and matched orally.
    • 2. Drink more lukewarm water.
    • 3. Apply wet BH ginseng powder on the problem areas three times a day.
    • 4. This can stop itchy.
  • 19. Use of BH Ginseng (2)
    • For severe conditions:
    • Double the amount of capsule and powder to speed up the result
    • Reconstitute 4 flat scoops BH Ginseng Powder with 500 cc of lukewarm clean water
    • Pour from neck to toes after shower
    • Dry the excess water with towel without wiping the surface of the body.
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