A Homeopathic Treatment for Seborrheic Dermatitis

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Seborrheic dermatitis is also the cause of dandruff on the scalp. I haven’t used the salt rub on my scalp, but I have had success with massaging a mixture of oil (coconut, avocado, jojoba, etc.) and tea tree oil into my scalp and letting it sit for 20 minutes – or even overnight – before shampooing as usual.

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  1. Homeopathy is a placebo. There is not a single, randomized, double-blind study that shows any homeopathic remedy being more effective than placebo.

    The danger of buying into homeopathic remedies is that you could be worsening your condition by not seeking proper treatment, especially in more severe illness or conditions.

    Now regarding this specific article, using salt isn’t homeopathy. If you were to claim this was a homeopathic remedy, you’d have dilute the salt in water to the point that there would be no trace of that salt detectable in the water. You’d then have to demonstrate that is non-existent salt in the water is what healed your skin on the basis that the water had a “memory” of the salt and that’s what allowed for this therapeutic benefit – yes, this would be magic.

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