DERMAL HEALTH COMPOUND
Skin Remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne, etc.
A blend of the liquid extracts of:
• Burdock seed (Arctium lappa) 18%
• Sarsaparilla root (Smilax (ornata) regelii) 18%
• Nettle seed (Urtica dioica) 18%
• Yellow Dock root (Rumex crispus) 18%
* Spilanthes flowering herb (Spilanthes acmella) 18%
• Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinale) 10%
* Fresh • Dried
Actions: The alterative, depurative, anti-inflammatory, and immunopotentiating actions of this compound make it a specific in the treatment of many skin diseases, especially those associated with autotoxemia.
Uses: This compound is specific in the treatment of atopic dermatitis (eczema),psoriasis, acne, and seborrhea and dandruff. It may also be helpful as adjunct therapy in the treatment of contact dermatitis, stasis dermatitis, actinic dermatitis(“sun poisoning”), neurodermatitis (“nervous eczema”), and ichthyosis.
Dose: Acute: Three to five times per day, take 30 to 50 drops in water. Chronic: Three times per day, take 30 to 40 drops in water.
Adjunct Therapy: Turmeric • Chamomile Compound serves as an anti-inflammatory booster in acute or persistent inflammatory dermatitis. Add 30 to 50 drops to each dose of the above.
Blue Flag Extract is indicated in dermatitides associated with oily or “greasy” skin (e.g., acne or seborrhea). Adults: Three times per day take 5 to 15 drops in at least 8 ounces of water. Children: Only give Blue Flag to children 12 years old or older, and then only as calculated by Clarks Rule. Lower the dosage or discontinue use if drops cause nausea, diarrhea or G.I. tract irritation.
Violet Extract is specific for “cradle cap” and eczema of infants. Three times per day, give in water, juice or milk, 1 drop per 4 pounds of child’s body weight (e.g., 5 drops for a 20-pound child).
Healthy Veins Tonic is recommended in the treatment of stasis dermatitis to facilitate venous return and relieve tissue edema. Three times per day, take 30 to 40 drops in water.
Cautions: Many skin maladies are symptoms of other disorders inside the body. Therefore, to properly treat skin disease, it is necessary to determine and treat any underlying disorders. Although dermatitis is seldom dangerous, certain forms (e.g., exfoliative dermatitis) can be life-threatening. Therefore, it is important that dermatitis be properly diagnosed and treated by a qualified healthcare practitioner.
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