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Does Tomato Juice Cure Eczema
Hyperpigmented dry itchy eczema patch on lower leg. Round in shape. Please help. Tomatoes juice ,neem leaves application ?
Eczema: Probably need a steroid creamGet a more detailed answer ›
A range of persistent skin conditions that include dryness and recurring skin rashes that are characterized by one or more of these symptoms: redness, skin edema (swelling), itching, crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, or bleeding. The cause of eczema is unknown but is presumed to be a combination of ...Read more
I ate tomatoes, and the eczema around my eyes has really flared up. Is there a way to remedy this? I've applied lots of doublebase gel. Thanks
Banana, garlic, lemons(calamansi), tomatoes, and honey are found to cure hypertension or help lower risk. If used as a mixed juice, can this still cure?
Hypertension: "help lower risk" is very different from "cure hypertension." some juices may be healthy when they contain antioxidants, like garlic. You really need to keep a close watch on your blood pressure, because even without symptoms it can still be high and affecting your organs (like blood vessels, heart, brain, and kidneys, etc). Please work with your doctor, and don't rely on juices alone. ...Read more
No: Should not cause a flair up of either. ...Read more
Fatty Liver?: I think you mean fatty liver disease. Fatty liver is caused by high triglycerides & usually involves being overweight and the intake of too much simple carbohydrates. I tell my patients with fatty liver that they cannot drink anything with more than 5 calories per serving because liquid sugars are even worse than those in solid form. So, check the label! v8 has over 5 cal/serving, so it's a no. ...Read more
Tomato Juice/health: Tomato juice is healthier than tomato juice mixed with beer. Beer has alcohol which can cause a loss of inhibitions and drunkeness or loss of control especially while driving. While tomato juice is given to help with a hangover from alcohol, it does not help when combined with alcohol. Also beer is not healthy because it has a lot more calories. ...Read more
None: The only juice that we know can be helpful to help with UTI is cranberry juice, although clinical studies did not confirm that, but there are reason to believe that it mightbe helpful, no other juices were found to be possibly beneficial, but there is no studies in medical literature. ...Read more
I have not eaten fruit since I was 6 (with the exception of tomatoes and fruit juice). Am I at high risk for gout or other diseases?
Are home remedies effective in lightening acne blemishes? I wanted a natural solution for my blemishes. I have heard tomato juice helps. Does it?
Real Rx: My colleague gave you good advice about the active lesions. Postinflammatory pigmentation may stay around for several weeks. I would advise you against trying to lighten it with any of the hydroquinone skin bleaches; they're difficult to use and may make things look worse. The key is managingthe active disease -- use a scientific rather than "pop" treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been eating alot of red food pepporoni,tom juice tomatoes chili and little specs of red on my stool Worry its cancer 41 no fam history?
After drink 50oz of Tomato juice stool color is redish (no blood). Sometimes if i drink 1.5 bottles of wine my stool is stained wine color. Normal?
Yes: Food pigments can make it to the stool. ...Read more
Is it safe to cook acidic foods ie; tomato sauce, lemon juice/oranges in stainless steel pan;if it will interact,pls can you suggest safe alternative?
Yes: You could bake them in Pyrex glass type cookware ...Read more
I applied tomato and lemon juice on face directly. And after that my skin became reddish and more reddish pimples came on it. How should I treat it?
Danger: First clean your face with a gentle soap and warm water. Second, never, ever do this again. Third, your body should heal on its own without using any more solutions or creams. Just let it be. Never put acid on your face again. Tomatoes and lemons are acid. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Protect: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps & wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot. Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer