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    Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Dermatitis? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Dermatitis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

    Your search for Dermatitis returned 41 matches.

    Treatment Name EffectivenessWhat is this? User Reviews
    ALOE   59 User Reviews
    BIFIDOBACTERIA   17 User Reviews
    BIOTIN   181 User Reviews
    BLACK SEED   69 User Reviews
    BORAGE   25 User Reviews
    BORAGE   25 User Reviews
    BOVINE CARTILAGE   Be the first to review it
    BUTTERBUR   67 User Reviews
    CALENDULA   10 User Reviews
    COCONUT OIL   91 User Reviews
    EVENING PRIMROSE OIL   103 User Reviews
    FISH OIL   198 User Reviews
    GALACTO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES   Be the first to review it
    GAMMA LINOLENIC ACID   9 User Reviews
    GAMMA ORYZANOL   3 User Reviews
    GERMAN CHAMOMILE   13 User Reviews
    GRAPEFRUIT   18 User Reviews
    JEWELWEED   6 User Reviews
    LACTOBACILLUS   90 User Reviews
    LAVENDER   19 User Reviews
    LECITHIN   47 User Reviews
    LICORICE   15 User Reviews
    OLIVE   20 User Reviews
    OOLONG TEA   12 User Reviews
    OREGON GRAPE   5 User Reviews
    POLYDEXTROSE   Be the first to review it
    PYRIDOXINE (VITAMIN B6)   36 User Reviews
    RICE BRAN   3 User Reviews
    SCHIZONEPETA   5 User Reviews
    SEA BUCKTHORN   43 User Reviews
    SELENIUM   21 User Reviews
    TEA TREE OIL   107 User Reviews
    TRANSFER FACTOR   13 User Reviews
    TRIBULUS   35 User Reviews
    VITAMIN B12   129 User Reviews
    VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID)   52 User Reviews
    VITAMIN E   46 User Reviews
    WHEY PROTEIN   39 User Reviews
    ZINC   53 User Reviews

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