Himalayan Pink Salt Uses for Neuro-dermatitis

Posted On: 04/18/2016 - Viewed: 23714
Neuro-dermatitis belongs to the family of allergic disorders and can appear as early as infancy. We will look and see what Himalayan Pink Salt uses for it are.
Symptoms of neuro-dermatitis can first be noticed as scabs on the top of a baby’s head. Most of the time this disorder surfaces when the mother stops breast feeding or is not able to breast feed and the baby is fed with cow milk. The primary cause of neuro-dermatitis in babies is an inherited allergy to cow’s milk. In some severe cases, neuro-dermatitis can occur when the mother includes dairy products in her diet while she is breast-feeding the baby. In such cases the mother should immediately give up all dairy products. Later on, these children may have eczema in specific areas, for example on the inside of the bend of their knees and elbows or on their entire bodies.
 
With adults, it is often found on the hands, and in severe cases the eczema covers the entire body. The skin is brittle, dry and itchy. In addition to the salt therapy, naturopathic treatment might be necessary. We would like to give just one more recommendation for treating neuro-dermatitis in general: try to avoid dairy products, animal proteins and wheat products as well as sugar and all processed foods. These changes in your diet will improve the condition tremendously. Initially, your skin condition may take a turn for the worse, and diarrhea is a common side effect. But don’t worry. This will soon pass and is a positive sign that the intestine is getting rid of putrefied and fermented substances.
 
Himalayan Pink Salt Uses for Neuro-dermatitis
Drink one teaspoon of sole (1% salt to 100% water solution) in a glass of living spring water every morning on an empty stomach. A few drops of sole are sufficient for babies.
 
Drink two to three quarts of low mineral and non-carbonated water per day.
 
A Himalayan salt bath will alleviate the itch. The concentration of salt depends on the condition of your skin. If you have any open sores, please only use a 1% concentration= one part salt to 100 parts of bath water or 1 kilo of salt in 28 gallons of water.
 
A children’s tub holds about 5-8 gallons of water in which you would put 7-10 ounces (weight) of salt.
 
You can increase the concentration up to 5%. Besides alleviating the itch, a sole bath also adds moisture to the skin and relaxes the central nervous system.
 
For a severe condition, take a sole bath twice a week. After the skin has normalized, taking a sole bath once to twice a month is sufficient.
Those are Himalayan Pink Salt Uses for Neuro-dermatitis. I hope you will find it helpful.

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