Liver Flushing for Itch & ECZEMA

OLive oil-grapefruit juice253x183Several summers ago I went to a Chinese Restaurant. Long story short, I ended up eating a bit of pork. This is something I can absolutely not tolerate. By bedtime that night I had small read pimple looking bumps all over my arms, chest, and legs. They itched. In the morning they had begun weeping a clear liquid and the itch was almost unbearable.

For two weeks I did all the topical remedies, packing my arms and legs with BF&C Salve and taking high doses of the extract internally. I was also using an ounce of Echinacea daily for six days a week. I did the hot and cold showers 3 or 4 times a day. Those showers were the only remedy that gave any relief from the constant itching.

After two weeks with no improvement I decided to try a liver flush. I had told so many other that when nothing is working do a liver flush. Get that Liver cleaned out and you will begin to see improvement. Will I could have saved myself two weeks of misery if I had taken my own advice sooner.

I did an ELF, the strong Liver flush,  first thing in the morning and by bedtime that night I was about 70% cleared. At the end of day two of liver flushing my condition had completely cleared. The skin on my arms, legs, and chest was completely healthy again. I’m sure the BF&C I’d been using for two weeks played some role in the fast healing of my skin once I eliminated the cause by cleansing my liver.

My understanding is when the liver becomes over loaded it will begin to detox through the skin. This is always a bad idea for the skin, since it is not able to handle the toxic waste and breaks down very quickly. So the key to healing the skin is to first, flush out the liver which will encourage it to dispose of waste through the proper channel, that being the Bowel. Then begin using the herbs to heal and restore the condition of the skin.

For those who have suffered years with this condition healing can come. It will take time to heal the long term damage done over years but relief and healing can be gained by continuing to cleanse the liver while using herbs to heal the skin.

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