Eczema Relief Tea

“Feel Good” Eczema Relief Tea

Oh how much I love this “feel good” eczema relief tea! It has special healing herbs that are gentle, nourishing and healing for eczema. I drink an eczema relief tea blend everyday while I have eczema. I drink an eczema relief tea blend everyday while my children or babies have eczema, either enjoying a cup with them or drinking it to pass through my breast milk.

Each morning I fill my cooking pot with select herbs and add enough purified water to last for 4 or 5 cups for the day. I turn my stovetop up to a medium heat and once it is simmering I reduce the heat to low. At the low heat I let the tea simmer for at least 20 minutes before drinking.Eczema Relief Tea


Herbs for the “Feel Good” Eczema Relief Tea blend:

1 tsp = 1 part

Please use organic dried herbs where possible.

Red Clover (strengthens the nervous system) 3 parts
St John’s Wort (releases muscular tension and repairs nerves) 2 parts
Burdock Root (nourishes skin and liver) 1 part
Oat Straw* (rich in B vitamins, calcium and magnesium to soothe the nervous system) 2 parts.

*If you are celiac you should omit the Oat Straw from this recipe as it may contain gluten fragments. If you are gluten intolerant you may be able to drink Oat Straw without a reaction. Test a small amount first before making your first batch of tea.

How much of each herb do I use?

You can follow the formula above but I always use my herbs on an as needs basis. So for example, if I feel I really need to get my eczema under control I will use 2 parts of Burdock Root instead of 1. Or if I feel my muscles are really tense due to the stress of having eczema I will use 3 parts St John’s Wort instead of 2.

Your relationship with herbal teas will develop rapidly as your skin begins to repair. You will notice the difference in your skin and you will emotionally and mentally feel better, particularly with this blend which is very calming on the nervous system. Soon you will adore your herbal friends as they help you on your journey to heal eczema naturally.

I have been making myself eczema relief tea for years with a lot of success in my family. I am thinking of making eczema relief tea’s available for sale through my website, using my tried and tested recipes. Would you be interested in these teas? If so, please let me know by voting here…

Thank you!


Eczema friendly smoothie

Organic Papaya and Banana Smoothie

Eczema Friendly Smoothie

This tropical tasting eczema friendly smoothie will make you feel like you are on holidays, no matter where you are. It also provides your body with a whole lot of nutritional goodness that your skin will tingle with joy when drinking it! We love adding flax seed’s to our smoothies, especially knowing that our bodies will receive valuable Omega-3’s that the flax seed’s provide; oh and a few mint leaves for freshness just makes this smoothie so delicious!


1-2 Organic Banana’s
Organic Rice milk (sugar, additive and preservative free)
½ an Organic Papaya
Organic Flaxseed oil
Organic Flaxseeds (Golden if possible)
1-2 fresh Mint leaves (organic or home grown)

Optional: Organic Rice protein powder, source the pure rice blends that have no sweeteners or other items that are not pure foods.


Peel the banana’s and the papaya, also de-seed the papaya, then place in the blender. Add one tablespoon of flaxseed oil and if adding protein, add 1 tablespoon of rice protein powder. Pour over enough rice milk to make 1-2 cups and then blend until smooth. Sprinkle the top with flaxseeds and some shredded mint (if your eczema is mild) for that lovely fresh taste on your palate.


Do you want more ideas on how to “Heal Eczema Naturally”?

Would you like a list of Eczema Friendly and Unfriendly Foods at your fingertips? Get the comprehensive list here…

Are you ready to apply some food and lifestyles changes to your life to improve the health of your skin and clear up your eczema, if so you can read my food and lifestyle tips here… 

Or perhaps you really want to discover which particular foods are triggering your eczema? We are all unique and have unique triggers, find out yours today, access the online eczema monitor here…