A woman aged 47 was suffering from facial rash for a year. It was diagnosed as rosacea, a chronic facial eruption in which papules appear on a flushed or red background. In this case the patient had it around her chin. Several different antibiotics had been given but there was no improvement. She was also treated by a herbalist who gave herbal remedies for six months as well as being put on a restrictive diet. She was neither allowed wheat nor dairy products because it was thought she had some food allergies. But her condition did not improve. The following combos were given to treat facial rash along with its possible causes. One was the recent stress she had been under and the other was the weakness in her liver:
CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC4.10 Indigestion + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC21.1 Skin infections
She was told to report back in two weeks. However, she returned to see the practitioner only after two months because she wanted a further supply of pills. She told the practitioner that soon after taking the medicine, the skin started to improve and gradually became 75% better. She is now continuing with the treatment.