Ayurvedic Treatment for Psoriasis

Our unique Psoriasis Treatment is derived from Ayurveda. At our Clinic, we offer consultation and Ayurvedic Treatment for Psoriasis through medication for mild Psoriasis suffers and therapies for those who are suffering from severe Psoriasis.
It’s evident that Ayurveda works wonder in Psoriasis. Though the conventional medical system is unable to cure Psoriasis, we approach it in a holistic manner to heal Psoriasis by bringing balance from within through suitable detoxification therapies, internal and external medication for the complete healing of your Psoriasis.
During the course of the treatment, we help you in everything to make you comfortable with quality care to relive from your Psoriasis. We take utmost care from procuring herbs, preparing special medicines to ensure the quality. The diet and lifestyle changes are advised during the course of treatment and after the treatment procedures to provide complete care that are needed for faster recovery from Psoriasis.
Our Ayurvedic Treatment for Psoriasis is completely a natural process where the disease-causing toxins are eliminated first then assisting in the re-creation of balance from within the body to give complete healing without disturbing the harmony.

Plaque Psoriasis

Plaque psoriasis is the most common form of the disease and appears as raised, red patches covered with a silvery white buildup of dead skin cells or scale. These patches or plaques most often appear on the scalp, knees, elbows and lower back. They are often itchy and painful, and they can crack and bleed.

Guttate Psoriasis

This form of psoriasis appears as small, red, separate spots on the skin. Guttate lesions usually appear on the trunk and limbs and can number in the hundreds. Sometimes lesions form on the scalp, face and ears. They usually are not as thick as the lesions that characterise plaque psoriasis. This form can precede or co-exist with other forms of psoriasis, such as plaque.

Pustular Psoriasis

Pustular psoriasis in characterised by white pustules (blisters of noninfectious pus) surrounded by red skin. The pus consists of white blood cells. It is not an infection, nor is it contagious. Pustular psoriasis is primarily seen in adults. It may be limited to certain areas of the body — for example, the hands and feet. Generalised pustular psoriasis also can cover most of the body. It tends to go in a cycle with reddening of the skin followed by pustules and scaling.

Psoriasis on Palm

Palms affected by psoriasis tend to be partially or completely red, dry and thickened, often with deep painful cracks. The skin changes tend to have a sharp border and are often symmetrical, ie similar distribution on both palms.

Psoriasis on Feet

Plantar psoriasis is a chronic, recurring condition that affects the soles of feet. It looks similar to other types of skin conditions, such as dermatitis, but the appearance of psoriasis lesions elsewhere on the body is an indicator of psoriasis.

Scalp Psoriasis

Scalp psoriasis is a common skin disorder that makes raised, reddish, often scaly patches. It can pop up as a single patch or several, and can even affect your entire scalp. It can also spread to your forehead, the back of your neck, or behind your ears.

Inverse Psoriasis

Inverse psoriasis shows up as very red lesions in body folds. It may appear smooth and shiny. Many people have another type of psoriasis elsewhere on the body at the same time. Inverse psoriasis is found in the armpits, groin, under the breasts and in other skin folds on the body. It is particularly subject to irritation from rubbing and sweating because of its location in skin folds and tender areas. It usually lacks the scale associated with plaque psoriasis due to the moist environment. It is more common in overweight people and people with deep skin folds.

Erythrodermic Psoriasis

Erythrodermic psoriasis is a particularly inflammatory form of psoriasis that often affects most of the body surface. It is a rare type of psoriasis, occurring once or more during the lifetime of 3 percent of people who have psoriasis. It generally appears on people who have unstable plaque psoriasis. This means the lesions are not clearly defined. Widespread, fiery redness and exfoliation of the skin characterise this form. Severe itching and pain often accompany it.

Psoriasis on Specific Locations

Psoriasis can show up anywhere—on the eyelids, ears, mouth and lips and nails. The skin at each of these sites is different and requires different treatments.