Our successful protocol for using probiotic creams to reduce eczema
Following the success we have had using probiotic creams for my daughters eczema a number of people have decided to give it a try. I can’t promise that everyone will have the same results but if you use the same protocol as I did then your chances of it working are better. I will keep the protocol simple and add explanations as to why it is important at the end.
The creams that I tried are La Roche Posay Lipikar Baume AP + which contains the thermal spring bacteria Vitreoscilla Filliformis and Avene Xeracalm AD which contains thermal spring bacteria Aquaphilus Dolomaiae. I found the La Roche Posay the better cream but it does sting at first for some people.
.. I think it is not just how well your Moist ur heels, how often u take Herbal pills to relieve constipation, or how often you apply creams to ease the pain in ur joints (and so on)..
.. it will Not help untill u look at it under ANOTHER Angle... I do Not think it is useful to fight Just with Symptoms of the issue... u need to look Deep Inside the issue and HEAL WHAT(!) CAUSED it on the First place (through appropriate Healthy eating habits and more Blances life style).
NAC can help but there are many things in the methylation cycle including methionine, taurine and most of the b vitamins. There are a number of testing facilities and educational material online. I am thinking Dr. Amy Yasko has some good information as well as Dr. Deth.
Traditional Chinese Medicine offers some good diagnostics (tongue and pulse diagnosis) as well as herbal formulas. Acupressure points can be used for liver stagnation.
Regarding the liver fluke issue, have you had any traditional testing for this, or go back and get retested?