I am a mother of a 2 year old son who has been struggling with eczema since he started solid food around the age of 5 month. Since mid December last year, his condition worsen to a point of waking up at night due to his itchy skin, and either his father or I have to sleep with him to make sure that he does not scratch till he bleeds. Our desperation caused us to begin doing research.
We first discovered "Healing Psoriasis" by Dr. Pagano, and has been following his protocol--mainly alkaline diet and drinking teas (slippery elm and Saffron tea).
We also bought homeopathic liver cleanse "Spring Breeze" and gallbladder cleanse "Dragon Fire" for him and for the first few days he flared up really bad (we figured this is from the detox process), and from doing muscle testing we found out that his liver and gallbladder is improving.
Andreas Moritz's forums in CureZone and Dr. Pagano both mentioned that the colon needs to be cleansed before doing liver/gallbladder flush. We came across this after we started the liver and gallbladder homeopathic cleanse. So we started enema last Wednesday, and everyday his improvement was so noticeable, it was very encouraging.
Dr. Pagano also said, "While the colonic cleans out the large intestine or colon, the natural cathartic cleans out the upper intestinal tract as well. Combined, these two methods are the most effective procedures to cleanse the entire alimentary canal, from stomach to bowel." So we picked one out of the 9 options of cleaning his upper intestines: 4 teaspoons of olive oil per day. We were expecting him to have a complete bowel movement since we are treating olive oil as a laxative, to the contrary, he broke out all over with no difference in his BM! We started that last Friday, and his flare-up looks like he is detoxing, i.e. stubborn old red spots are healing while new spots are showing up every where. We are not really sure. Is the ingestion of olive oil causing the detox? Is it somehow cleaning the small intestines? We know that taking olive oil is conventionally for flushing gall stones. What other options are there for such a young child as he? We are not very comfortable with doing a colonic, and we read that castor oil is not to be given to children under 4.
Thanks ahead for replying.