Monday, July 22, 2019


Psoriasis is a skin disorder that causes skin cells to multiply up to 10 times faster than normal. This makes the skin build up into red skin rash covered with white scales. They can grow anywhere, but mostly appear on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back. Psoriasis is not contagious. It does sometimes happen in members of the same family.
  • Scaly spots especially in knees, elbows, and back
  • Itching, soreness or burning
  • Itchy and scaly skin on the scalp
  • Cracked and dry skin which may bleed
  • Painful, stiff joints that may get swollen after a while
  • Deformed and thickened nails
Always you might seek natural treatments to help manage your psoriasis symptoms. One form of natural medicine is called Ayurvedic medicine. Discover here whether it’s effective for people with psoriasis. The main Ayurveda treatment used to treat psoriasis is Panchakarma therapy. Panchakarma treatments involve plant-based remedies and dietary changes. These are meant to detox and purify the body. A vegetarian diet is often recommended. The length and success of your treatment depend on the severity of your psoriasis and your commitment to the treatment.
The Panchakarma treatments include:
  • Dhara with medicated thakra or milk
  • Vamana
  • Virechana

Thursday, July 4, 2019

Diabetic Gangrene

Gangrene refers to the death of body tissue due to either a lack of blood flow or bacterial infection. Gangrene mainly affects the extremities, including the toes, fingers, and limbs. It can also occur in muscles and internal organs. After the diagnosis, for recovery is better if gangrene is identified early and treated quickly.
SymptomsWhen gangrene affects your skin, signs, and symptoms may include:
  • Skin discoloration — ranging from pale to blue, purple, black, bronze or red, depending on the type of gangrene you have
  • Swelling or the formation of blisters filled with fluid on the skin
  • A clear line between healthy and damaged skin
  • Sudden, severe pain followed by a feeling of numbness
  • A foul-smelling discharge leaking from a sore
  • Thin, shiny skin, or skin without hair
  • Skin that feels cool or cold to the touch
To manage this, there are various herbs present in Ayurveda, which helps to provide relief in the symptoms like swelling and pain in tissues. They help to increase the body’s ability to fight against infections and supports good community. Ayurveda is the holistic approach that helps a person to balance the body, mind, and soul with the use of herbs, decent eating habits and rest. With the increase of health complications, people all across the world are looking for a safe medium to manage the ailments. So Ayurveda is new hope in this era because Ayurveda focuses on new disease and manage the symptoms without any adverse effects on health. Though herbs take time to show their effects these have positive results on the body without any side effects.