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What Is Eczema?

Eczema is a term used to describe itchy, red inflammation of the skin with oozing of fluid and crusting, which doctors also describe as atopic dermatitis. People who have eczema usually have a family history of asthma, hay fever and atopic dermatitis (eczema). Some people who have eczema also have asthma or hay fever.

Eczema is a form of dermatitis, or inflammation of the epidermis (the outer layer of the skin). In England, an estimated one in every nine people have been diagnosed with eczema at some point in their lives.

What Does Eczema Look Like?

Babies with eczema may have dry skin from early infancy. Dryness is a very common feature of skin with eczema. Over the next few months redness, oozing and crusting and signs of scratching develop followed by thickening, and sometimes cracking, of the skin. Babies often have involvement of the face but older children often have involvement of the elbow and knee folds, wrists and ankles, and it may even be generalised.

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Terminology

The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of persistent skin conditions. These include dryness and recurring skin rashes that are characterized by one or more of these symptoms: redness, skin oedema (swelling), itching and dryness, crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, oozing, or bleeding. Areas of temporary skin discoloration may appear and are sometimes due to healed injuries. Scratching open a healing lesion may result in scarring and may enlarge the rash.

Eczema may be confused with urticaria. In contrast to psoriasis, eczema is often likely to be found on the flexor aspect of joints.

In some languages, dermatitis and “eczema” are synonymous, while in other languages “dermatitis” implies an acute condition and “eczema” a chronic one. The two conditions are often classified together.

Eczema Classification

More severe eczema

The term eczema refers to a set of clinical characteristics. Classification of the underlying diseases has been haphazard and unsystematic, with many synonyms used to describe the same condition. A type of eczema may be described by location (e.g., hand eczema), by specific appearance (eczema craquele or discoid), or by possible cause (varicose eczema). Further adding to the confusion, many sources use the term eczema for the most common type of eczema (atopic dermatitis) interchangeably.

The European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) published a position paper in 2001 which simplifies the nomenclature of allergy-related diseases including atopic and allergic contact eczemas. Non-allergic eczemas are not affected by this proposal.

The classification below is ordered by incidence frequency.

Common Eczema

Atopic eczema (aka infantile e., flexural e., atopic dermatitis) is an allergic disease believed to have a hereditary component and eczema often runs in families whose members also have asthma. Itchy rash is particularly noticeable on head and scalp, neck, inside of elbows, behind knees, and buttocks. Experts are urging doctors to be more vigilant in weeding out cases that are, in actuality, irritant contact dermatitis. It is very common in developed countries, and rising.

Contact dermatitis is of two types: allergic (resulting from a delayed reaction to some allergen, such as poison ivy or nickel), and irritant (resulting from direct reaction to a detergent, such as sodium lauryl sulfate, for example). Some substances act both as allergen and irritant (wet cement, for example). Other substances cause a problem after sunlight exposure, bringing on phototoxic dermatitis. About three quarters of cases of contact eczema are of the irritant type, which is the most common occupational skin disease. Contact eczema is curable, provided the offending substance can be avoided and its traces removed from one’s environment.

Xerotic eczema (aka asteatotic e., e. craquele or craquelatum, winter itch, pruritus hiemalis) is dry skin that becomes so serious it turns into eczema. It worsens in dry winter weather, and limbs and trunk are most often affected. The itchy, tender skin resembles a dry, cracked, river bed. This disorder is very common among the older population. Ichthyosis is a related disorder.

Seborrhoeic dermatitis or Seborrheic dermatitis (“cradle cap” in infants) is a condition sometimes classified as a form of eczema that is closely related to dandruff. It causes dry or greasy peeling of the scalp, eyebrows, and face, and sometimes trunk. The condition is harmless except in severe cases of cradle cap. In newborns it causes a thick, yellow crusty scalp rash called cradle cap, which seems related to lack of biotin and is often curable.

Less Common Eczema

Dyshidrosis (aka dyshidrotic e., pompholyx, vesicular palmoplantar dermatitis, housewife’s eczema) only occurs on palms, soles, and sides of fingers and toes. Tiny opaque bumps called vesicles, thickening, and cracks are accompanied by itching, which gets worse at night. A common type of hand eczema, it worsens in warm weather.

Discoid eczema (aka nummular e., exudative e., microbial e.) is characterized by round spots of oozing or dry rash, with clear boundaries, often on lower legs. It is usually worse in winter. Cause is unknown, and the condition tends to come and go.

Venous eczema (aka gravitational e., stasis dermatitis, varicose e.) occurs in people with impaired circulation, varicose veins and edema, and is particularly common in the ankle area of people over 50. There is redness, scaling, darkening of the skin and itching. The disorder predisposes to leg ulcers.

Dermatitis herpetiformis (aka Duhring’s Disease) causes intensely itchy and typically symmetrical rash on arms, thighs, knees, and back. It is directly related to celiac disease, can often be put into remission with appropriate diet, and tends to get worse at night.

Neurodermatitis (aka lichen simplex chronicus, localized scratch dermatitis) is an itchy area of thickened, pigmented eczema patch that results from habitual rubbing and scratching. Usually there is only one spot. Often curable through behaviour modification and anti-inflammatory medication. Prurigo nodularis is a related disorder showing multiple lumps.

Autoeczematization (aka id reaction, autosensitization) is an eczematous reaction to an infection with parasites, fungi, bacteria or viruses. It is completely curable with the clearance of the original infection that caused it. The appearance varies depending on the cause. It always occurs some distance away from the original infection.

There are also eczemas overlaid by viral infections (e. herpeticum, e. vaccinatum), and eczemas resulting from underlying disease (e.g. lymphoma). Eczemas originating from ingestion of medications, foods, and chemicals, have not yet been clearly systematized. Other rare eczematous disorders exist in addition to those listed here.

Eczema Causes

The hygiene hypothesis postulates that the cause of asthma, eczema and other allergic diseases, is an unusually clean environment. It is supported by epidemiologic studies for asthma. The hypothesis is that exposure to bacteria and other immune system modulators is important during development, and missing out on this exposure increases risk for asthma and allergy.

Eczema can also be an inherited disease in which part of the immune system is over active. People with eczema can be shown to have multiple allergies on skin and prick testing, particularly to house dust mite, pollens and certain foods. These allergies are also commonly seen with asthma and hay fever but their exact role, if any, in producing eczema is not yet known. Similarly the role of dietary allergies is doubtful but certain foods may aggravate eczema in younger children. Eczema is not infectious and cannot be spread to other people.

Eczema Diagnosis

Diagnosis of eczema is based mostly on history and physical examination. However, in uncertain cases, skin biopsy may be useful.

What Can Aggravate Eczema?

This will vary from person to person but frequent causes of worsening of eczema include woollen or fibrous clothing next to the skin, overheating, excessive drying out of the skin, dry heating and, if you are allergic to them, excessive exposure to house dust mite and exposure to the fur of cats and dogs. Possibly it will flare if you are stressed or exposed to cigarette smoke. Secondary infection with staph bacteria or herpes virus also worsens eczema as does rubbing and scratching.

Eczema Prevention

Those with a family history of eczema are advised not to accept the smallpox vaccination, or anything else that contains live vaccinia virus due to risk of developing eczema vaccinatum, a potentially severe and sometimes fatal complication.

There is no known cure for eczema; therefore, treatments aim to control the symptoms by reducing inflammation and relieving itching.

Recovery Of Steroid-Dependent Eczema

22 August, 2003. Atopic 29 y.o. female. Inflamed, roughened skin with chronic atrophic changes due to prolonged topical steroid useage (triamcinolone). Steroid ceased and Dr Wheatgrass extract applied three times daily.

Eczema Cure27 November, 2003 - 3 months after ceasing topical steroids. Apart from some residual dryness, skin is now visually "acceptable" to the patient. By January, 2004, skin was almost normal. Patient using Dr Wheatgrass spray twice daily only.

An interesting excerpt from Dr. Chris Reynolds' January, 2004 newsletter "Dr Wheatgrass at Work" reads:-

This particular young woman has suffered from severe, generalised atopic eczema since childhood. Her skin has caused her great distress and social isolation over the years. When she first attended my clinic in August last year, she lacked self-confidence and was quite understandably angry at a condition that had turned her into a social pariah with never a partner. It is very gratifying to report that, thanks to Dr Wheatgrass, she is now happily enjoying her first relationship. I wonder how many of my colleagues are unwilling or unable to remove their pharmaceutical straitjacket enjoy the privileged world of safe, hands-on healing that I do. Physical healing that is often substantially augmented by the social, psychological and emotional benefits patients experience.

Dr. C. L. Reynolds. M.B.,B.S.

Eczema CureAnother case demonstrating how topical steroids can be stopped using wheatgrass
From the patient, February, 2009

Kindly allow me to give you some history as far as my steroid addiction is concerned. (Am 26 years old now). When I turned 14 years of age (12 years ago), I started getting rashes on the face, the rashes were itchy. I went to see a doctor who prescribed to me a topical steroid called Elivate. The doctor never advised me on the dangers of steroid and neither did he explain to me what was causing the rashes. I realized that when I stopped using the Elivate cream the rashes re-appeared and they were more and more itchy and this forced me to continued using the Elivate cream. I used it for 8 years. I was therefore told by a friend that Elivate would damage my skin, that’s when I started the long journey of reducing the steroid. I went to see a doctor who prescribed to me preparations (Salicylic acid, Mixed with Betamethasone and Aqueous cream) I used that for two years together with prednisone tablets. Eventually I stopped using the preparation and only took at least one tablet of prednisone every day. This seemed to work for my skin. Last year, I went to see the doctor and he prescribed a preparation of Mometasone (1/5) and Emulsifying oint (4/5). At this point he advised me to gradually stop the preparation and use a moisturizer (BlueCap). Stopping the preparation became a problem.

Recently (4 weeks ago) after I discontinued steroids for 1 week and was getting flares, I tried to use home remedy (Applying oatmeal porridge) and I noticed that my skin was very loose especially on the upper and lower lip of my eye lids and when I smiled I looked like a 50 year old grand mother.(I look old doctor) right now am about to get married but my boyfriend doesn’t understand what is happening to me, he accuses me of hiding my true identity – he tells me that I have become so ugly. I don’t want to continue with the steroids and that is why am looking for natural ways of rejuvenating my skin.

Due to pressure, I went to see another doctor who put me on tetracycline 500mg for 2 weeks and Tacrolimus ointment 0.1% w/w. This seems to work a little bit but my facial skin color has changed - its now very black (grayish). The skin color on my neck is different from the skin colour on my face though the face is now smoother and less itchy, it looks ugly as my boyfriend puts it and the wrinkles are still visible.

My complexion is chocolate brown and I have very good skin on the body, it’s only the face that is problematic. Sometimes I contemplate going for surgery to remove the skin on my thighs and put it on the face. I wish I knew, I could not have used the Elivate Cream. Am suffering a lot.

I come from Africa (Nairobi, Kenya) Am willing to do anything to get my skin back again and I hope wheatgrass is the final solution or else I die…..

If this works for me, I will educate many people here in Kenya because I know of many friends and family members who are stuck in the steroids trap, they use very potent steroids like (Medivane, Betnovate).

Dr. Chris' Response
The challenge of course is to eliminate the steroids. This can be quite difficult and take time, but on many occasions it has worked for my patients. What I do is use the Dr Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Spray for flares.

To begin with, continue using the steroids as usual for one week, but at the same time, apply the spray to your face twice daily and start taking the Dr Wheatgrass SuperShots at double dosage i.e. 10mls (2 caps) for the first week. It is important to keep the Dr Wheatgrass SuperShots in your mouth for a couple of minutes at least before swallowing.

The following week, try not to use the steroid for ONE DAY, but continue using the Dr Wheatgrass Spray and Dr Wheatgrass SuperShots, but now only 5mls daily. The next week, reduce the steroid to 5 days a week and have say Tuesday and Saturday without them. Then gradually decrease the steroid cream each following week so that in 7 weeks you may not have to use the steroid at all. If you have a flare, increase the steroid for an extra day, or until your skin has settled, then start the programme again. It is very important not to stop the steroids suddenly.

This regimen may take you 3 to 6 months, but it may be a lot less. Every one responds differently, but if you persevere, I think you will eventually be able to stop the steroid cream altogether. Then, in about 6 to 12 months, you may find your skin starts to regenerate and recover completely. Try to persevere, and please let me know how things go.

(The patient purchased both the Dr Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Spray and Dr Wheatgrass SuperShots as advised)

From the patient, 7 September, 2009
 
Hi Dr Chris, I would like to thank you for the wheat grass remedy. It worked for me and now I have stopped using steroids on my face completely. My skin is now back to normal. I thought it will be important to give you feedback. Thanks again.


R. O. Kenya

Wheatgrass For Chronic Eczema

Eczma Before
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Highly unstable, generalised chronic atopic eczema since infancy in 20 y.o. female. Refractory to treatment. No response to treatment except intermittent topical and oral steroids.

Eczma After

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Same patient after 3 months treatment with topical wheatgrass cream and lotion twice daily. No further need for topical or oral steroids. No relapses since January 2003.

Patient's Testimonial

I've been using Dr Wheatgrass Recovery Spray for my eczema for nearly 1 year. When I was a child I always had eczema. When I moved to Australia my skin got worse. I was taking steroid tablets and using cream for nearly 2 years and couldn't stop because my skin got worse if I did. My skin was terrible because so itchy and bleeding everyday. I was always scratching myself and it was so hard to go to sleep as well. My doctor gave me Dr Wheatgrass (sic) for my skin. It worked wonderful for my eczema as soon as I started using it. I just couldn't believe it stopped my itchy skin. 3 days later I realized I'm not scratching anymore and I can go to sleep easier without steroid. Since that time I stopped everything and just using Dr Wheatgrass spray and cream. My skin was improved more than before. I'm very happy about my skin and my life is changed by Dr Wheatgrass Spray and Cream. Thank you so much.

Y. Y. Melbourne. Australia. December, 2003

Severe Eczema Responds To Wheatgrass

This 60 year old financial planner was referred to me by his general practitioner who was disillusioned with the limited efficacy of topical steroids. He thought I might be able to help his patient with Dr Wheatgrass.
The patient had been using topical betamethasone (Betnovate) almost daily on his face and body for approximately 15 years. He used such large quantities trying to control his itchy, dry skin, his dermatologist prescribed 10 x 100gm tubes of the topical steroid at each visit - a very large amount! He had sought relief from numerous dermatologists to no avail. He avoided soap and hot water and used moisturisers often for dryness.
Three days earlier, he suffered a severe flare secondary to a herpes simplex virus infection of the eye, which affected his face and upper body. He was commenced on oral steroids (prednisolone 50mg) and antibiotics, by another doctor. When I first saw him, he had a severe eczematous facial rash that was inflamed, fissured and weeping in places. (Fig. 1.) He was commenced on
Dr Wheatgrass topical Skin Recovery Spray twice daily combined with his usual colloidal oatmeal based moisturiser. Oral steroids were reduced to zero over the following week. He also ceased using topical steroids. The photographs below show rapid improvement in the first 4 days of Dr Wheatgrass treatment and thereafter, complete control of eczema 9 months later. He continued using the Dr Wheatgrass spray at least once daily since commencement of treatment. Nine months later, he was still free of topical and oral steroids.

Eczema Cure

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Fig. 1. 11 April 2003 - Prior to treatment with wheatgrass extract. Topical steroids ceased. Wheatgrass spray commenced twice daily.

Fig. 2. 15 April 2003 - After 4 days' twice daily wheatgrass spray.

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Fig. 3. 3 July 2003 - After nearly 3 months twice daily wheatgrass spray. Nil other medications required.

Fig. 4. Nine months later, patient remains topical steroid-free with wheatgrass skin recovery spray daily. Skin stable.

Comment: This is a severe case of atopic eczema that responded well to topical Dr Wheatgrass spray. I have had numerous other patients, not so severe, but with chronically itchy, dry and discoloured skin that have recovered to the point that only basic preventive practices such as soap and excessive water exposure plus the Dr Wheatgrass have given them a greatly enhanced quality of life. Flares still occur, but these are usually mild and short-lived, and topical steroids are hardly ever necessary.

How does the
Dr Wheatgrass work? I believe it has much to do with its ability to modulate the immune response.  Eczematous skin appears to break out and flare when the skin reaches a point of critical dryness. Dryness is governed by the output of sebum from the sebaceous glands, which are hormonally controlled. It may be that Dr Wheatgrass influences these hormone levels.

Although atopic eczema is thought to be genetically determined, I believe there is also an important auto-immune component to the condition. The reason I say this is because of the apparent immunomodulatory effect of the
Dr Wheatgrass It possibly reduces the level of auto-immune complexes under the affected areas of skin. This can be borne out by the observation that addition of oral Dr Wheatgrass often assists recovery when used in combination with Dr Wheatgrass topically.

Dr. Chris Reynolds. M.B.,B.S.

Wheatgrass & Steroid - Damaged Nails

29 y.o. female. Atopic eczema/dermatitis since childhood.

Eczema Cure

Severe nail damage due to prolonged daily topical steroid use (approx 12 years). Note pitting, deep ridges and scooped out appearance of the nail bed. The patient was unable to cease steroids because of the severe rebound she suffered whenever they were reduced.

Dr Wheatgrass extract in a cream base was applied twice daily. Topical steroids were gradually reduced and eventually ceased altogether. There was no rebound and the nails recovered completely. No further steroid use required.
Dr. C. L. Reynolds. M.B.,B.S.

The Patient's Testimonial:

I have been suffering atopy since early childhood. I saw many doctors but they gave me similar treatments; which was to apply topical steroids. I tried some folk medicines but did not find any remarkable effects and considering they were very expensive I did not continue with their use.

My eczema appeared on each joint, my palms and my fingers. Especially my fingers were in the worst condition and sometimes I could not sleep because of severe itching. Through the years the skin on my hands had become damaged and because of long-term use of the steroids my nails were in poor condition and my skin had become discolored. For a long time I had been embarrassed to show my hands.

Last year I visited Melbourne to study English. The strong sunshine and the dry climate made my condition worse. One day I visited Dr Reynolds at Swanston Clinic, whom my relatives and friends in Australia had recommended.

I assured myself that the Dr Wheatgrass spray was what I was looking for while I listened to his explanation. I was looking for a product that did not contain steroids and was safe, effective and economical.

I learnt the importance of developing my immune system and how to look after my skin. Through the discussions with Dr Reynolds and some trial and error I found an effective way of using the spray.

In the first month the effect was not so remarkable but gradually my skin began to improve. In the third month the skin became moistened and the skin colour was gradually getting close to normal. Four months after I began to use the spray I felt my nails were becoming smooth and on the sixth month my hands became beautiful. By this time I could shake hands without hesitation. I had the best condition in my life 7 months after I began to use the spray. My family was also happy to see my new hands after I returned to Japan.

I believe the benefits of using the Dr Wheatgrass products are that they are very safe, economical and effective. Also they do not have strict rules for their use.

I have been using the spray to maintain my condition. The turning point was when I saw Dr Reynolds and began to use the Dr Wheatgrass spray in Melbourne.

Lastly, I hope many people who are suffering from atopy can have the same experience. With many thanks.

J. H. Japan. 5 August, 2004

Eczema: How To Reduce or Eliminate Topical Steroids

The rebound of eczema symptoms (flares) after ceasing topical steroids can be very distressing for the patient and difficult for health professionals and carers to manage. In my experience, Dr Wheatgrass can make this so much easier to prevent and control in the majority of patients.
Dr Wheatgrass works in a very different way to steroids. Whereas steroids suppress the immune response, Dr Wheatgrass appears to modulate the skin’s natural immunity in a way that facilitates the skin's ability to heal itself. We see this particularly in wound healing, where the recovery of skin wounds can be dramatic.
Essentially, we need to boost whole body immunity and the immune status of the skin itself. It is  worth noting that many eczema patients improve if
Dr Wheatgrass is given orallly (SuperShots) in addition to the topical formulations. We also have to bear in mind that the process may take some time, and that although most patients do fare well, some do not.
What we frequently see after applying
Dr Wheatgrass to eczema is reduction of redness (inflammation), scaling, cracking, itching and pain. Most importantly, if topical steroids have been used for an extended time, the rebound that frequently occurs on their cessation can be reduced or even eliminated providing they are reduced gradually.

The method is quite simple, but you need to be patient and persevere. Also, clinical experience in helping thousands of eczema patients dispense with steroids, leaves me with no doubt that daily ingestion of Dr Wheatgrass can hasten the healing process.

First, aim to reduce topical steroids gradually over a period of time - say two to three weeks or, if they have been used regularly for a long period, a month or two.

For the first week, start to boost the skin's immunity by applying Dr Wheatgrass two to three times daily, but in combination with the topical steroid. Dr Wheatgrass first, steroid on top. Use either the Dr Wheatgrass extract in a cream base or as a lotion. Because  the Dr Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Spray contains fewer ingredients than the other topicals, it is my preferred treatment for eczema in infants and children.

In the second week, try to reduce the steroid by 50 percent either on a daily basis, or every second day.

By week 3 it may be safe to reduce the steroid to twice weekly, then once weekly, then cease. In this way, you will build up the skin's immunity quite significantly so that the steroid may no longer be required provided Dr Wheatgrass continues to be applied once or twice daily.

In the event of flares, which often happen in the first few months but are usually milder than before, repeat the steroid/Dr Wheatgrass cycle. Often this period will be significantly shorter than the first 'cycle'.

I have helped numerous patients, adults and children, towards far better quality skin this way, most of whom have eventually been able to dispense with their steroids. Others only need to use the steroids to help them over a flare from time to time, but only for days rather than weeks or months.

In more severe cases, I use daily Dr Wheatgrass application in combination with oral steroids i.e. prednisolone, usually 20mg. daily to begin with, to get control over the eczema by reducing inflammation and itch. I then reduce the prednisolone by small increments of 2.5mg every three or four days as this helps significantly in reducing rebound. The aim is to cease oral steroids as soon as possible, but continue applying Dr Wheatgrass. If rebound occurs, I repeat the steroid cycle starting at 15mg. and repeat the gradual dosage reduction.

This process may take three to six months, but the outcome is often successful. Some patients may need to continue using Dr Wheatgrass indefinitely.

Eczema Flare and Dry Skin Prevention

No eczema treatment, including Dr Wheatgrass and topical (or oral) steroids, is likely to work unless simple, 'damage control' measures are also taken. Reduce or eliminate exposure to adverse factors such as soap, hot water and frequent shampooing which dries the skin, aggravates the condition and slows recovery.

Some Rules:

AVOID SOAP - of any kind. This includes soap-containing shampoos, dishwashing detergents etc. Try to find a colloidal oatmeal containing soap-free wash and shampoo. Oatmeal appears to have a similar immune-boosting action as Dr Wheatgrass and the two work synergistically.

In Australia, a good colloidal oatmeal shampoo/conditioner is the 'Dermaveen' brand. In the USA it is called 'Aveno'.

REDUCE EXPOSURE TO HOT WATER Take short (5 minutes maximum) showers and NO BATHS. Soap and hot water combine to remove sebum from the pores of the skin causing dryness and itchiness. (See figure)

Eczema IllustrationAPPLY Dr Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Spray or Dr Wheatgrass Cream or Dr Wheatgrass SuperBalm twice a day – and persevere. Responses can vary a lot between individuals. As well as strengthening the skin's immunity, biological actives from the Dr Wheatgrass are absorbed into the body and in time, the patient's immune status should strengthen. Boost this even further by taking Dr Wheatgrass SuperShots, 5mls. daily. Many patients learn to control their eczema using only Dr Wheatgrass.

Dr. C. L. Reynolds. M.B.,B.S.

How Dr Wheatgrass Spray Was Born
At first I had disappointing results using a wheatgrass-based cream for eczema. Admittedly, there were occasional startling recoveries where some severe cases, particularly children, cleared up in a few days. But these were certainly the exception, so much so that I usually stuck to the soap and hot water avoidance, topical steroid and moisturizer regime I had used for most of my professional life.

One day, one of my staff who had severe, generalized atopic eczema/dermatitis refractory to every kind of conventional therapy except oral steroids, took it upon herself to apply the dilute wheatgrass extract daily to her facial skin. I had noticed that her skin was improving. She then informed me of her experiment with the extract. It then occurred to me that it was most likely some of the ingredients in the cream that had previously aggravated her eczema. I encouraged her to continue using just the extract. After about three months of twice daily application, her condition had improved to the point where her chronic skin lesions had almost disappeared, and her facial skin had completely recovered.

I then began using only the Dr Wheatgrass spray on the numerous eczema patients I see every day. The results have been outstanding. Mild to moderate cases almost invariably improve without the need for topical steroids. Some recover in as little as a week, but most of them take a month or two for their skin to stabilize. Nowadays, the strongest topical steroid I ever use is 1% hydrocortisone. In the more severe cases, I use the same technique, but add oral prednisolone in reduction doseage, usually starting with 15-20mg. daily.

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