Cure the disease, before its too late…

Psoriasis is a form of dry skin disease in which the skin sheds off in the form of scales. This is because the skin cells multiply faster than the normal rate. It is not contagious in nature. Psoriasis can start from any part of body usually elbows, scalp and knees. It can also affect palms. Its causes are multiple. It can be because of heredity, some drug reactions, skin traumas, food or environmental allergies. Immunity also plays a major role in the development of psoriasis.

Symptoms of Psoriasis

  • Dry and rough skin.
  • Exfoliation of skin, white scales shed off from skin.
  • Red patches appear on the body.
  • Cracked skin.
  • On rubbing, it starts bleeding.
  • Joint pain and swelling can also be associated with this disease.

Do’s and Don’ts in Psoriasis

  • Avoid sour and spicy food items.
  • Avoid dry, cold and junk food.
  • Do not suppress natural urges like vomiting, flatus and bowels.

Home remedies for Psoriasis

Take juice of 10 leaves of neem, 50 ml bitterguard juice and 200 ml bottle guard juice. Mix ½ lemon and 1 table spoon honey. Consume it in the morning for a longer duration.

Ayurvedic treatment of psoriasis

Ayurvedic treatment of psoriasis is done by removing toxins out of the body with panchakarma. Imbalances of vata and pitta dosha are responsible for this disease. Vamana, Virechana, rakta mokshana, dhara and vasti treatments are done for the complete purification. Life style management with strict diet schedule is adopted for a longer duration. Blood purification is the prime target of the Ayurvedic treatment of psoriasis. Oral medicines containing ayurvedic herbs are used for a longer duration for the maintenance of the disease. A duration of 25-30 days is required to complete the ayurvedic panchakarma treatments for psoriasis.