Ayurvedic Winsoria oil for psoriasis

winsoria oil for psoriasis

Winsoria an ayurvedic oil for psoriasis manufactured by Kerala Ayurveda. This medicinal oil has been prescribed by ayurvedic physicians and used by many patients in India. This oil soothes the skin and preserves the moisture of the skin.

Psoriasis is a disease in which the skin of the patient becomes red, rashes, plaques with scales can be seen. And in advance cases rash involves the nails or joints. Psoriatic arthritis is painful and needs a special regimen to follow to manage.

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Causes of Psoriasis

Psoriasis is caused due to hyper sensitive immune response to body’s own cells. It can be transferred through genes to someone. And triggering factors like stress, diet can bring out the visible symptoms.

5 Types of Psoriasis

Plaque Psoriasis: Most common type of psoriasis with raised, red patches covered with a silvery-white buildup of dead skin cells.

Guttate Psoriasis: Second most common type of psoriasis seen at an early age triggered by a strep infection. Small, dot-like lesions can be seen on the trunk, limbs.

Inverse Psoriasis: This occurs on in the body folds like the groin, armpit with smooth shinny red lesions.

Pustular Psoriasis: This psoriasis is characterized by white pustules (blisters of noninfectious pus) surrounded by red skin.

Erythrodermic Psoriasis: Rarest and the most severe type of psoriasis investing whole body with fiery redness lesions, pain, and itching.

Winsoria oil for Psoriasis

Winsoria oil is effective for psoriasis. Ingredients presents in the winsoria oil are anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic and does not allow the applied area to become dry. Winsoria oil can be used for any types of psoriasis.

Winsoria oil ingredients

  • Vidpala (Wrightia tinctoria)
  • Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia)
  • Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus)
  • Coconut oil

Wrightia tinctoria is having anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic properties. 777 oil is another popular oil for psoriasis prepared from Wrightia tinctoria.

Manjishta is a blood purifying herb having anti-inflammatory property too. It soothes the skin and helps in healing process.

Sariva is a very good detoxifying herb used in ayurvedic medicines. It helps in detoxification of body and cleans the systems. In ayurveda most disease starts from the ama or the morbid materials presents in the body. That’s why sariva is very good herb for cleaning the body naturally.

Coconut oil present in Winsoria oil keeps the skin moist preventing xerosis.

How to apply Winsoria oil

Winsoria oil is prepared coconut oil as the base infused with herbs like vidpala, manjistha, sariva. Winsoria oil comes in a small 100 ml bottle. Apply winsoria oil on the affected skin using a cotton plug dipped in the oil gently.

Keep it for one to two hour and then take bath with warm water. Do not use harsh soap and do not rub the skin to dry with a towel. Just gently pat dry your skin.

Best ayurvedic treatment for psoriasis in India

Treating psoriasis is difficult as it is an autoimmune disease. First, we need to find the triggering factor that has caused the symptoms to appear. History of the patient with diet and daily life is very important to know.

In Ayurveda, psoriasis is treated with medicinal herbs and Panchakarma therapy. Modification in the diet and lifestyle is also important.

Best ayurvedic oil for psoriasis

Winsoria oil: As discussed above, winsoria oil has four ingredients vidpala, sariva, manjistha, and coconut oil. These all act on the skin to heal the lesions.

777 oil: Another popular Ayurvedic oil for psoriasis manufactured by JRK Research and Pharmaceuticals Pvt Lt. It contains coconut oil as base and Wrightia tinctoria as the medical herb. It acts by reducing the proliferation of keratinocytes.

Neem oil: Oil prepared from neem is very effective for shin rash. According to Ayurveda neem has a cooling property that soothes the affected skin.

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About Dr. Ankurman Handique 16 Articles
A registered Ayurveda Practitioner. Loves to spread the knowledge of this Ancient Medical Science. He completed his degree BAMS(Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) from Govt. Ayurvedic College, Guwahati, Assam, India

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