What is eczema and what is the cause?
Eczema is an inflammation of the skin (dermatitis), which could be presented in individuals since childhood. Eczema manifests itself as inflamed, red, itchy patches on the skin, and sometimes oozing blisters can often appear. Thickening and color changes of the skin are typical for the chronic form.
What are the other factors causing eczema?
The inflammation is non-infectious, but infections (golden staphylococcus, streptococci, etc.) can often spread on the damaged skin. Eczema can be of allergic or non-allergic origin. Allergic eczema is more common - it is called atopic eczema and it is caused by a reaction to various allergens. The most common include food, pollen, animals, dust, feathers, dust mites, chemicals and drugs. Among the provoking factors aggravating eczema can be found stress, temperature fluctuations, other inflammations in the body, hormonal changes, exposure of the body to chemicals and drugs.
How can green superfoods help?
Greenfood - barley and chlorella act as adaptogens. This means that they support the normal functions of the immune system and help to treat inappropriate reactions to allergens. Their anti-inflammatory effect and skin regeneration are essential for their effects. The consumption of greenfood usually leads to an overall better quality of the skin and a reduction in its hypersensitivity. Supporting the immune system helps resolve infections on damaged skin.
Greenfood generally increases the resistance of the body and mental health. This process causes adequate reactions to overall irritating effects and also green barley and chlorella have a significant beneficial effect on the intestinal environment and the composition of the microflora. Thus, they act simultaneously on several levels and help to solve eczema at the level of the causes. The speed and degree of improvement is individual. There are other factors (e.g. psychosomatic connections) for each user which can also play a role.