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Analysis on Psoriasis treatment - bebin - 02-19-2015 09:47 AM

Psoriasis is a pruritic, acute dermatological condition easily noticed by its severe symptoms such as inflamed and reddened skin. Red scaly patches appear on the skin with itching. Formation of thick, silvery scales and pruritic, dry patches that can be painful are also common. The reddened patches caused by Psoriasis or Psoriatic plaques frequently appear on the skin of the elbows and knees. It can affect any area including the scalp, soles of the feet and palms of the hand. The chronic recurrent condition varies in severity from minor patches to complete body coverage. Appearance of lesions is common in Psoriasis, these lesions can be painful and itchy. The disease is graded as mild, moderate or severe based on the severity of the lesions and the area affected. Psoriasis is non-contagious, it does not transmit from one person to another. It is difficult to treat in the aggravated stages. Ayurvedic Psoriasis treatment is effective against the dreaded illness. The inception of Psoriasis therapy is successful in curing Psoriasis. The specific therapy is known for its therapeutic properties, it is curing Psoriasis since decades. External therapies such as Abhyanga or therapeutic oil massage, Thrakkadhara or pouring medicated buttermilk on the forehead in a rhythmic way, Vamanam or emesis, Sneha Vasthy or oil enema, Kashaya Vasthi or decoction enema are effective against Psoriasis. Topical medications are also used to subside down Psoriasis. Psoria Oil is a special formulation that is used for external application, it is ideal for all stages of Psoriasis. The complete treatment requires 21 days and it depends on the chronic condition of the illness.