kustha Roga (guttate psoriasis)

A patient of 48year male Having complaint of guttate psoriasis Redness present Itching present Reddish colour lesion like appearance present in back from 2years Dietary history- likes spicy ,oily food Dislikes -milk products Kustha Riga in Ayurveda Treatment history- patient has taken steroids for this and antiallergic medicines previously Family history -absent Treatment - Panchtikta ghrita 30ml in increasing dosage Virechana with trivitleham as the patient is not Willing for vaman For snehapana Then abhyanga with neem tailam Sthanika swedana Takradhara with amlaki for 7days Internally aaragvadhadi kashyam 20ml b.d Khadira churna 2gm +Haridra churna 1gm +Neem churna2gm +Mukta bhasma 4gm +Shudha gandhak 3gm -------------------------- 1pudiya b.d with manjishtha arishta used as Anupama Dasang Lepa mixed with gomutra application over night This is the result after 7day treatment

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Congratulations! Your case has been selected as Case of the day and you have been awarded 5 points for sharing the case. Keep posting your interesting cases, Happy Curofying!

Cheese...no sugar no nonveg diet no eggs no mushrooms no fried foods no processed or fermented foods and beverages...cold pressed coconut oil massage and in naval lime juice orange juice pineapple with black pepper sprouts kalijeeri alkaline diet no tuver dal...saunf...carrot... apricots dates ginger walnuts blue berries sunshine pomegranat e muskmelon inhalation techniques under strict supervision of Doctor

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very nice congratulations dr thanks for sharing. please continue...

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@ psoriasis

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Guttate Psoriasis main cause is Streptococcus infection And this psoriasis relapses very slow Keep under observation

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अति सुन्दर परिणाम है धन्यवाद देता हूं।

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