"Immune Reactive Conditions: The Mercury Connection to Eczema, Psoriasis, Lupus, Asthma, Scleroderma, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Allergies...The autism incidence rate had a tenfold increase in the last decade, and ADHD had major increases likewise. At least 50 million have allergies (19%), and according to the U.S. CDC, approximately 20 million have asthma (7.7%). The largest increase has been in infants, and approximately 10% of infants - approximately 15 million in the U.S. - have systemic eczema. Studies implicate earlier and higher usage of vaccines containing mercury (thimerasol) as a likely connection, plus fetal and neonatal exposure from mother’s blood and milk...It has been estimated that by age three the typical child has received over 235 micrograms of mercury thimerasol from vaccinations, which is considerably more than the federal mercury safety guidelines states is safe, in addition to significant levels of mercury exposure from other sources for many. Infants during this period have undeveloped immune systems and blood brain barriers, and much of the mercury goes to the brain, resulting in significant adverse neurological effects in those that are most susceptible. Many thousands of parents have reported that their child developed such conditions after being vaccinated, and tests have confirmed high levels of mercury in many of those tested, along with other toxic exposures. Many of those diagnosed with high mercury levels have also been found to have significant improvement after mercury detoxification...Many studies, clinical cases, and scientific panels have found that the number one source of mercury in adults is mercury amalgam fillings...Studies have found mercury to be a major factor in allergic/immune reactive conditions, including lupus, contact dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, oral lichen planus, systemic eczematous contact-type dermatitis (baboon syndrome), stomatitis, scleroderma, allergies, asthma, autoimmune, renal effects, and rheumatoid arthritis. Mercury has been found to accumulate in connective tissue...Allergic contact eczema is the most frequent occupational disease, occurring in over 10% of children in some areas; the most common cause of contact eczema is exposure to toxic metals. The metals most commonly causing allergic immune reactivity are nickel, mercury, chromium, cobalt, and palladium. Nickel, typically found in stainless steel braces and crowns, is a source of reactivity and autoimmunity, along with gold and palladium in crowns..." (http://amalgam.org/357-2/)
"New study finds mercury exposure, even at low levels is linked to eczema...Mercury exposure – possibly through eating seafood – is linked to a greater risk of contracting atopic dermatitis, a common skin disease known more commonly as eczema, report Korean researchers in the journal Environmental Research..."
"Severe dermatitis might be caused by a cross-reaction between nickel and palladium and dental amalgam resolved following removal of dental restorations...The author hypothesized that the onset of the patient's dermatitis was caused by a cross-reaction between the nickel in her flute 19 and the palladium in her dental metals...mercury contained in a dental amalgam filling may have also played a role...Severe intractable dermatitis improved dramatically after replacing a dental amalgam filling, all metal restorations and prostheses with palladium‐free alloys. The dermatitis in this case was likely caused by a cross-reaction between nickel and palladium and was further exacerbated by a mercury-related allergic skin wheal response..." (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5458000/)
If I had a loved one with eczema, etc., I would make sure I avoided cane sugar and all that will rot the teeth, so I could avoid harmful fillings. I would have mercury fillings removed by a holistic dentist, and would begin to detox. I would make sure I ate organic, and would cook in glass (avoiding stainless steel). I would get my drinking water directly from a clean well, and avoid PVC piping as much as possible. Finally, I would utilize Dead Sea salt, mixed with water, and spray it regularly on affected areas, while also often rubbing in olive oil, and raw honey.