Psoriasis & Eczema
Psoraban is an ayurvedic product born out of years of research and field trials. It is liquid mixture manufactured from herbs and plants well known for their medicinal content in ancient ayurveda. It has been observed that its ingredients have unique properties to overcome all types of Psoriasis in combination by masking the stimulus for activation of hyperkeratination and over growth
This is because Psoraban repairs and maintain the normal skin structure including its pigmentation and appendages.
Generally results are seen with Psoraban within 4 to 6 months and are long lasting with certain dietary restrictions and follow-up.
FDA. Approved Medicine.
soraban has been approved by Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Thane, India and is also registered with Trade Marks Registry, India. This medicine is free from heavy metals, non-narcotics, non-hazardous and does not cause any harm to human body. It has provided lasting remission to thousands of people suffering from psoriasis. More than 50,000 patients have already felt the effect of this Ayurvedic product and are leading a happy life today and the credit for this goes to ARC.
Ayurveda insists certain dietary restrictions for the patients. Similarly Psoraban also has its own medicinal values under prescribed dietary restrictions only. These dietary restrictions help to speed up the healing and to control the itching and burning in the skin lesions.
1. Psoraban can be taken at any time before or after meals.
2. Skin covered with psoriatic patches may get dry and sometimes cause irritation. For relief, one can use the liquid paraffin IP (available at any medical store) or a mixture of coconut oil and camphor.
3. Patients suffering from Psoriasis should not use toilet soap containing chemicals. Psoriasis patches may have cuts on the skin and while using soap, the chemicals can enter the skin and cause more irritation and burning. Instead bathing with a mixture of chana ata (gramz - flour) and milk cream is beneficial.
4. Generally Psoriasis patients are being treated with corticosteroids and methotrexate. Long term and unguided use of these drugs may cause serious side effects on liver, kidney, eyes and immune system. We advice to take supplementary treatment for such patients which they should take with the help of family physician.
5.If the patient undergoing the Psoraban treatment have any other medical problems, they can consult their family physician. But they should continue Psoraban treatment regularly
PSORABAN is not only available in Mumbai but all across India through its network of the distribution centres. In all these centres patients are attended personally and their progress is metered. There is also arrangement for patients to undergo specialised treatment in the company’s hospital under the experts supervision of a panel of doctors.
The term eczema is broadly applied to many persistent skin conditions. These include dryness and recurring skin rashes that are characterized by one or more of following symptoms:
Sign & Symptoms:
itching and dryness,
oozing or bleeding.
Skin edema or swelling
Lichen planus lesions are so called because of their "lichen-like" appearance and can be classified by the site they involve and by their morphology
Classification or Types::
an allergic disease believed to have a hereditary component and often runs in families whose members also have bronchial asthma. Itchy patches on skin are present on head and scalp, neck, inside of elbows, behind knees, and buttocks
Most of the cases of contact eczema are of the irritant type, which is the most common occupational skin disease. Contact with substances like nickel, cement, detergents ,sunlight, some chemicals act as allergens or triggering factors. Contact eczema is curable, provided the offending substance can be avoided and its traces removed from one's environment.
s dry skin that becomes so serious it turns into eczema. It worsens in dry winter weather. Limbs and trunk are most often affected. The itchy, tender skin converts in a dry, cracked eczema.This disorder is very common among the older population.
is a condition sometimes classified as a form of eczema that is closely related to dandruff. It causes dry or greasy peeling of the scalp, eyebrows, and face, and sometimes trunk. The condition is harmless except in severe cases of cradle cap. In newborns it causes a thick, yellow crusty scalp rash called cradle cap.
Occurs in people with impaired circulation, varicose veins and edema, and is particularly common in the ankle area of people over 50. There is redness, scaling, darkening of the skin and itching. The disorder can lead to non healing foot ulcers.
The cause of eczema is unknown but is presumed to be a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Another study identified a gene that the researchers believe to be the cause of inherited eczema and some related disorders. The gene produces the protein filaggrin , the lack of which causes dry skin and impaired skin barrier function. A recent study indicated that two specific chemicals found in the blood are connected to the  itching sensations associated with eczema. The chemicals are neurotrophic factor & P substance.In a genome-wide study published on Dec 25, 2011 in Nature Genetics, researchers reported discovery of three new genetic variants associated with eczema. They are OVOL1, ACTL9 and IL4-KIF3A.