Hemp Seed Oil For Eczema – Cures From The Inside Out

 Posted by at 10:49 AM on November 25, 2012  Hemp
Nov 252012
 November 25, 2012

Another great info-graphic from our friends at Hippie Butter. Eczema affects a lot of people out there. I wonder how many of them know about the power of hemp?!

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Hemp Seed Oil Eczema

Hemp Seeds are great for your body inside and out. Applying hemp seed oil or lotion on your skin is an effective way to nourish, protect and repair damaged epidermal layers due to external conditions such as wind and sun-damage. Incorporating hemp seeds into your diet is also an effective way to treat a manner of ailments including eczema, dry skin and rash. Hemp seeds are considered pre-digested foods that instantly supply super-nutrition or super-fuel to the cells of your body. Each cell of your body carries an electrical charge; the healthier the cell, the more powerful the electrical charge and the healthier and stronger your body will be to fight against infection, decrease inflammation, and heal from the cellular level out.

Hemp Seeds have the perfect ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids for the human body.

Top Treatments
Hemp is a vital food needed to create hormonal balance. A good hormonal balance will enable your body to fight most disorders including eczema.

Hemp is very efficient at expelling waste products from your body. The continuous removal of waste and toxin from the body is crucial in healing eczema.

Take one teaspoon of hemp seed oil 3 times a day and apply a lotion that is enriched with hemp seed oil to affected areas 3 times a day.

Eczema Irritants
Food, alcohol, dairy, wheat products, citrus fruits, eggs, nuts, seafood, chemical food additives, preservatives and colorings may increase the chance of eczema.

Safe For Children
Kids with eczema usually develop itchy, dry, red skin and small bumps on their cheeks, forehead, or scalp. Hemp seed oil will help relieve the itch associated with eczema.

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  • DavidTheExpert

    Eczema is often caused by subtle food allergies. I turned out to be allergic to soy, but never realized it because I never had any other symptoms (none of the typical ones like scratchy throat). But once I realized that I was allergic to soy and started avoiding eating it, my eczema cleared up immediately and it’s never returned (unless I accidentally eat soy). So I recommend to anyone reading this that while hemp seed oil may indeed be a good treatment, it would be best if you identify the source of your problem first. Consider all of the foods you eat and all of their ingredients, and try to rule them out one by one.

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  • Keith

    I eat hemp seeds every day and even put the oil on my skin as I have eczema. It does help, but it is no cure. The oil should be mixed with something to make it thicker like a lotion, otherwise, it rubs off easily.

  • Littlebear

    I use hemp seed oil instead of lotion. It absorbs very easily, has filled in my crows feet by my eyes and the warmth that it gives as your skin absorbs it is very relaxing. I rub my kids down with it and it calms them before bed. I ingest a tablespoon or two daily and my hair has never been softer or more shiny.