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It doesn't appear many people are aware of the latest scientific findings about atopic dermatitis/eczema on this forum. According to new research at the University of Michigan, there is a clear link between the bacteria Staphylococcus Aureus infecting the skin layers of 90% of patients suffering from this disease. A toxin named Delta is emitted from staph-colonized skin; this causes the degranulation of the mast cells, liberating a whole lot of histamine, whichin turn is responsible for inflammation and itching. Simply type Delta Toxin and University of Michigan in your search engine to access the paper.
Then, if you want a potential cure for your condition, please read about St. John's Wort by typing Topical Applications of St. John's Wort silae in your search engine. You will find out that St. John's Wort has antibiotic properties to combat the particularly tough to beat strain of Staph bacteria involved, that it has anti-inflammatory properties particularly suited to help relieve the redness associated with skin disease, and finally, that St. John's Wort has been tested successfully on humans to help repair damaged skin and close wounds.
I am completely cured from my 20 year case of Eczema after having followed a 6 month oral course with 600mg a day of St. John's Wort extract. The disease has not returnee for over 2 years now. St. John's Wort may interact with other medication and may not be side-effect free for everyone so it is important to read about it on serious websites, but generally speaking, it is safe and rarely causes any harm. I had a perfect side-effect free experience with the treatment.
Good luck to all!
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