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

32 results found for Atopic-Dermatitis-Eczema

Treatment name Effectiveness? Reviews
Treatment nameBIFIDOBACTERIA Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (17)
Treatment nameBLACK SEED Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (74)
Treatment nameBORAGE Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (27)
Treatment nameBUTTERBUR Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (70)
Treatment nameCOCONUT OIL Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (93)
Treatment nameDHA (DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID) Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (17)
Treatment nameEVENING PRIMROSE OIL Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (104)
Treatment nameFISH OIL Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (199)
Treatment nameGALACTO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (0)
Treatment nameGAMMA LINOLENIC ACID Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (9)
Treatment nameGAMMA ORYZANOL Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (3)
Treatment nameGRAPEFRUIT Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (19)
Treatment nameLACTOBACILLUS Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (92)
Treatment nameLAVENDER Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (26)
Treatment nameLICORICE Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (15)
Treatment nameNIACINAMIDE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (0)
Treatment nameOLIVE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (20)
Treatment nameOOLONG TEA Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (12)
Treatment nameOREGON GRAPE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (5)
Treatment namePOLYDEXTROSE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (0)
Treatment namePOLYPODIUM LEUCOTOMOS Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (10)
Treatment namePYRIDOXINE (VITAMIN B6) Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (35)
Treatment nameRICE BRAN Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (3)
Treatment nameSCHIZONEPETA Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (5)
Treatment nameSEA BUCKTHORN Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (46)
Treatment nameSELENIUM Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (21)
Treatment nameTRANSFER FACTOR Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (14)
Treatment nameTRIBULUS Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (34)
Treatment nameVITAMIN B12 Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (132)
Treatment nameVITAMIN E Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (47)
Treatment nameWHEY PROTEIN Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (41)
Treatment nameZINC Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (54)

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