Dermatitis / Skin Irritation - Acute & Chronic - Homeopathic Remedies

Posted on December 02 2015

Guna Remedies - Acute Dermatitis

  • GUNA DERMO (3 pellets every 15 minutes in the acute phase; continue with 3 pellets 3 times a day for 15 days)
  • TAMANU ARNICA (on average apply twice a day for 15-30 days) 

  • EUBIOFLOR (10 drops 3 times a day for 30 days and longer)
  • GUNA LIVER (3-5 pellets 3 times a day for 30 days and longer)

Guna Interleukin Remedies

  • GUNA INTERLEUKIN 12 - 15 drops twice a day for 8 months / Children under 5 years 8 drops twice a day for 8 months

Guna Remedies - Chronic Dermatitis

  • GUNA-DERMO (3 pellets every 15 minutes in the acute phase; continue with 3 pellets 3 times a day for 30-60 days)
  • TAMANU ARNICA (on average apply twice a day for 30-60 days) 

  • EUBIOFLOR (10 drops 3 times a day for 30-60 days)
  • GUNA LIVER (3-5 pellets 3 times a day for 30-60 days) 

  • FGF 4CH* (20 drops twice a day for 30-60 days) 

 

Heel Oral Remedies - Acute Dermatitis

For acute dermatitis the following are administered:

possibly both preparations taken together 2-4-6 times daily.

In addition further remedies:-

  • Sulfur-Heel for irritation of the skin, 1 tablet on several occasions

Heel Ampoule Therapy

possibly also

  • Arnica-Injeel is effective in many cases of neurodermatitis (itchy skin patches)

Heel Oral Remedies - Chronic Dermatitis

In chronic dermatitis, the detoxification systems should be brought into play (liver, etc.):

possibly the above preparations taken together 2-4-6 times daily.

In addition further remedies:-

  • Hepeel to stimulate the hepatic functions 
  • Lymphomyosot to drain the homotoxically strained connective tissue.
  • Schwef-Heel for the effective detoxicating sulphur therapy.

Heel Ampoule Therapy -Chronic Dermatitis

  • Arnica-Heel (severe reddening of the skin, particularly on the forehead and other parts of the face).
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      See also eczema, cradle cap, etc.

      Further Information

      Acute dermatitis is mainly to be interpreted as the responsive action to an exogenous or endogenous homotoxin (outside / inside toxin), frequently of an allergic type,

      i.e. of retoxic causation, in which the histamine, active in the inflammation (reaction phases), due to the non-biological inhibition of the reaction phase, was not decomposed and eliminated (by secretion processes, desquamation, etc.), but in the form of an allergy (allos ergos = other action, e.g. that of the histamine on other tissue of another cell-layer), took effect at other loci.

      The skin is one of the most important reaction organs (elimination through the skin). Therefore, these cases of acute allergic dermatitis should in no way be treated retoxically as otherwise serious passive poisoning or conversion to chronic forms is inevitable.

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