Nestmann Scolopendrium 28
April 22, 2014
A local naturopath recommended this to me some time ago to help me with my eczema which results for me from a gluten sensitivity (I'm not celiac). I used it for a couple months and the eczema was gone. He had me take I think it was 10 drops in a small amount of distilled water, under tongue, 2x daily. Anyone who has or has had eczema knows how miserable it is and how difficult it is to get rid of it. I was able to eat wheat/gluten products again for about 3 years. So I was duly impressed with this product. I tried to find it again some time later, as the eczema flared up again, and could not find it until recently, from pureformulas.com. I used it again along with a detox regimen (also didn't eat wheat or gluten) and the eczema did finally go away, a second time. So, the use of the Nestmann's Scolopendrium 28 the first time clued me in that eczema is a detox issue, as the toxins (undigested gluten proteins, maybe leaky gut issue? Is it something to do with eating the modern hybrid, commercially-treated wheat?) in this case lodge in the skin if the liver is not cleansing it out adequately, something which is hardly discussed anywhere on the internet in regard to eczema. I would guess that rarely will eczema creams heal eczema except for a fortunate few people. I have tried these creams and they didn't heal it.
Pros:Easy to use, put drops in small amount of distilled water, drink it or place under tongue -- read the instructions on the bottle and do accordingly.
Cons:Can't think of any.