Natural Cures for Adults with Chicken Pox

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Posted by Cameron (Brisbane, Qld, Australia) on 01/06/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Neem Oil for Chicken Pox. Yea.

This is our second case of Chicken Pox, read my post under Oatmeal Baths. Colloidal Silver, Vitamin C and Lysine did not work, our first child had the worst case I hope to see. Note she did have a compromised immune system from Chemo!

For our second child I came back to EC and saw the Neem Leaves remedy, I have no idea where I could get them from so I tried Neem Oil applied to each spot as it came up. It did not really seem to make much difference for a day or two but we did not get any but the first few that blistered and the rest crusted over and are already fading on about day five, instead of after about 2 weeks or more. None got really big after we started the Neem oil, I would probably cover the whole body at the first sign of CP as over time with more spots thats what you will end up doing anyway. Neem Oil smells terrible and leaves an awful ring around the bath. She also got itchy after putting the Oil on so have an Oatmeal bath ready and waiting. Keep it on as long as possible.

We also used large doses of Olive Leaf Extract in both cases, which has been shown effective vs Chicken Pox.

Our daughter also had a fever that almost got to 40 degrees C so we used the Egg White remedy(from EC) in some old socks covered with a bag, which got her temp down by .6 degrees in 10 minutes. I have to say I was dubious about it but she was down 1 degree in one hour and was normal in the morning. Do not leave the Egg Whites on for more than a couple of hours, let the feet dry out first and then re-apply.

Thanks Again to EC.


Posted by SARVESH (BOISAR NEAR MUMBAI, INDIA) on 07/12/2009
5 out of 5 stars

for fast home remedy chicken pox patient should lie on the neem leaves bed and further take bath with neem leaves along with luke warm water.