Eczema Tea


A herbal tea to relieve the symptoms of eczema and other forms of dermatitis.

100% organic


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When asked about the subject of eczema, esoteric science and metaphysics author Marius D’Alexandre offered the following analysis of the problem. The Eczema Oil and Eczema Tea blends are based on the formulations that he suggested as a means to correct some of the primary underlying causal factors.

Allopathic physicians have little to offer their patients who suffer from eczema and other forms of dermatitis. They fail to consider or address the fundamental causes of these conditions, merely attempting to suppress the apparent symptoms with ineffective, toxic steroid creams. It is therefore not surprising that the most promising therapeutic results are achieved by herbalists, homeopaths, naturopaths, and dieticians. In our view, eczema is the result of various overlapping causes:

1. Disturbance of gut bacteria by processed foods, antibiotics, pharmaceuticals, refined sugars, and other chemicals. These, in turn: lead to the proliferation of noxious bacteria, which produce harmful metabolic wastes circulating within the blood and lymph; deplete or destroy the beneficial bacteria responsible for manufacturing B vitamins; and damage intestinal villi responsible for absorption of nutrients. Periods of stress will further disrupt the processes of digestion, nutrient assimilation and B vitamin synthesis by beneficial bacteria.

2. B vitamins are essential for the normal functioning and integrity of nerves and skin. A chronic deficiency of B vitamins will therefore lead to a degeneration or breakdown of nerves and/or skin. The degeneration of tissues triggers the pleomorphic shift of primal life colloids into life cycle stages that break down decaying tissues. These bacterial, viral or fungal forms (depending on the circumstances, toxicity, pH balance, etc.) produce metabolic waste excretions, which then irritate the nerves and skin at a specific location. As the process continues, the number of these “garbage recycling” organisms proliferates, hence the patch of irritation will tend to expand and spread until the detoxification process is complete.

3. In a similar manner, the body will try to eliminate dietary toxins, mycoplasmas, heavy metals, pesticides, and other harmful substances. One route of elimination is through the pores of the skin. The vibrational pattern of the toxin will determine (by resonance) the part of the body where the toxins are most readily excreted. Yet, the body may be unable to fully breakdown and excrete these unnatural, synthetic toxins. Once again, this will trigger a shift of life colloids through their various pleomorphic life cycle states so that the appropriate type of organism can metabolise the toxin and eliminate it. It is therefore the dysbiotic life cycle forms which create irritation, rashes and other symptoms of dermatitis.

4. Nutritional deficiencies, particularly with respect to minerals, will produce further metabolic weakness and impede the necessary enzyme pathways of detoxification.

5. The genetic predisposition is therefore most probably an indirect one, in the sense that a person is not so much disposed towards eczema or dermatitis, but rather may have a high requirement for B vitamins or minerals, or may have less efficient organs of elimination or metabolic pathways to dispose of toxins in the diet or environment.

In light of the above, we may note that the successful approaches towards eczema tend to address one or more of the underlying causal factors. Herbalists use “blood cleansing” herbs (such as nettle and speedwell), which bind to and eliminate toxins circulating within the blood or lymph. Topically, the recommended herbs often emit subtle waves which cancel those of the pleomorphic organisms creating the irritation. Adding sea salt or clays to a bath will also counteract these organisms through subtle wave emission and, in the case of clays, by assisting to remove toxins through the skin by virtue of their electrical charges. Naturopaths and dieticians seek to remove foods such as pasteurised dairy, refined sugars, grains with glyphosate residues etc. They may suggest various forms of probiotics to restore beneficial gut bacteria and thereby B vitamin synthesis. They may recommend vitamin and mineral supplements. They may encourage a diet of “clean” organic fruits, vegetables, fresh juices to lower the burden of toxicity.

Our Eczema Oil is made by macerating specific herbs in wheatgerm and vitamin E oil for several weeks. As with our oxymel tonics and elixirs, we use proprietary technology to amplify the wave emissions of each herb for maximum therapeutic benefit. The herbs selected are those with traditionally established efficacy against skin irritation. Of these, we may mention that black walnut is a natural source of iodine, which is known to kill pathogenic organisms. We then add a wide range of B vitamins which, when absorbed through the skin, will combat the localised deficiency and resultant state of degeneration. This approach was reported to be effective more than half a century ago by the biochemist and clinical nutritionist, Adelle Davis. Wheatgerm oil is itself a rich source of B vitamins and other nutrients. Vitamin E oil is beneficial for healing and regeneration of damaged skin. Although eczema is primarily an internal condition, we may target its external manifestations once a plausible mechanism of causation is suggested.

To complement the Eczema Oil, one may take our Eczema Tea, a blood cleansing herbal blend, 2 or 3 times per day. This blend comprises equal parts of: Nettle, speedwell, plantain, dandelion leaf and root, cleavers, calendula, and burdock root.

We would also recommend the use of trace mineral supplements (such as TJ Clark Legendary Colloidal Minerals, edible clay or Quinton’s Plasma), superfood powders (such as Kiki’s Nature’s Living Superfood), clay or unrefined sea salt added to the bath, essential fatty acids (such as Rosita cod liver oil or Udo’s oil blend), and a diet which emphasises fresh, organic, minimally processed foods, vegetable juices, herbal teas, whilst largely eliminating refined sugars, grains and pasteurised dairy.

Suggested usage:

Put 1–3 tablespoons of the tea in a cafetiere or tea infuser and add boiling water. Infuse for 15-20 minutes.  Sweeten with raw organic honey if desired.

Store in a cool, dark place.


Nettle leaf, speedwell, plantain, dandelion leaf and root, cleavers, calendula and burdock root (all organic).


Pregnant women should consult their healthcare professional before taking herbal products.

Food supplements should not be taken as an alternative a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

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