Why Psoriasis occurs in winter?

Why Psoriasis occurs in winter?

The Author of this article is Mr. Vikas Chawla, Ayurveda Expert, Founder & Director, Vedas Cure

An autoimmune skin disorder, Psoriasis is a condition which multiplies skin cells at an abnormal rate causing itchy and bumpy red rashes and white scales to crop up on the face, elbows, and scalp. It generally plagues the entire body with persisting effects on a long-term basis. Winter seasons are instigators of the psoriasis condition due to the minimum outdoor temperature and indoor heating caused due to heaters and warmers.

Ayurvedic cure for Psoriasis

Herbal medicines and a healthy lifestyle are two primary components of any Ayurvedic cure. For Psoriasis as well, it recommends a similar pattern to keep energies or doshas balanced, like Vata energy or dosha, which regulates bodily functions, Pitta energy, which controls metabolic activities, and Kapha energy, which controls growth in the body.

The first and most workable Ayurvedic method to treat Psoriasis is Panchkarma Therapy. It recommends a vegetarian diet to purify the body, skin cells, and mind. Panchkarma therapy signifies the importance of making simple dietary changes to treat psoriasis-like consuming medicated ghee, a form of clarified butter. Maida or Refined wheat flour should not be had. Psoriasis is often a reactionary effect of fetid or stale food, which is often the case with outside food. So, warm lemon water and turmeric milk can be a good repellant for psoriasis by encouraging purging and vomiting.

A third solution can be to put medicated buttermilk on a person’s head to give him a soothing relief from the constant itches and blisters. A homemade paste remedy of herbal medicines and mud is also cited to be a preventive cure for psoriasis. Panchkarma Therapy acts as a purification agent and cleans the body of toxins, contaminants and blocked pores.

Inflammation and redness are two symptoms of psoriasis. It can be controlled by applying a herbal pasture mix of black nightshade. It reduces inflammation and gives the body the relief it requires. Having garlic and onions can also be great agents for blood purification and eliminate the severity of aftereffects of psoriasis.

The Jasmine flower, which is quite abundantly found in India, is a profound source of relief. Its paste can reduce blisters, rashes, and inflammations caused by the psoriasis condition but can also provide skin with continuous relief from pain and irritation caused by the skin disorder. Indians belonging to mountainous regions are popular for using jasmine flower treatment as a strategic and effective step to cure psoriasis.

Guggul, Neem, and Turmeric are salubrious nature’s gifts and can be used as a tool to cure psoriasis. Neem in the crushed form, whether it is used as a paste or as a drink, is an efficient solution to curb the effects of psoriasis and give patients ultimate relaxation. Turmeric sembled with buttermilk is popularly used by people as good riddance to swelling, rash, and skin problems.

A healthy lifestyle with increased consumption of fruits and vegetables is a must. Ayurvedic literature emphasises using various channels and means of herbal and natural treatment for curing health risks and problems.

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