Atopic Eczema

Our holistic treatment of eczema combines the wisdom of Chinese medicine with current research on the benefits of modern botanical extracts from around the world. This way, we integrate “the best of both worlds” to achieve the most effective treatment available.
Eczema flares come about from exposure to allergens – in food or in the environment. Chronic relapses are common. Atopic eczema patients often also exhibit other allergic conditions such as hay fever and asthma.
Internal herbs address the imbalances leading to inflammation, itching, allergies, and the skin. Topical creams, washes and salves add to the efficacy and expedite healing.

Leaf-2a  What’s Unique About *My* Atopic Eczema?

In holistic dermatology, everyone’s case of eczema is unique. Chinese herbal treatment focuses on the underlying “patterns of disharmony” associated with each individual’s skin problems. How can we tell what patterns you have? Read more…

Leaf-2b  Our Natural Treatment of Eczema

Taking a look at a couple of patients who have atopic eczema —

Leaf-2c  Why Go Holistic?

Holistic treatment for atopic eczema is effective with long-lasting results. When the body is brought into balance, other symptoms (such as chronic runny nose, wheezing, allergies, and many others) will also be addressed, resulting in overall health and wellness. Read more about our holistic treatment…

Leaf-2f  When Will I Be Better?

A treatment course for eczema varies depending on the severity and duration of the condition. Mild cases with a recent onset generally clear up within a month of treatment. Serious cases can take up to six months of treatment or more to fully resolve. We treat until the condition is stable. Once this happens, the body naturally remains in a healthy state on its own.

Leaf  Does Herbal Treatment for Eczema Really Work?

Herbal treatment is one of the most effective methods to address underlying imbalances to heal atopic eczema and keep it well managed in the long term.

Leaf-2gWhat About Acupuncture?

Holistic treatment for atopic eczema mainly relies on herbs and botanicals. Some patients also do a course of acupuncture treatment, but it’s generally for underlying stress and for overall health and well-being. Acupuncture is not necessary for the specific treatment of eczema.