Ditch the Itch with Ayurveda!

Have you been on tonnes of medication and creams for your Psoriasis? Does it seem to go away and somehow always make another appearance? Are you losing hope to cure this skin condition or rather getting rid of the pain and irritation? Worry not, because we have got your back.


Before we get into the details of how our Ayurvedic solutions can help with your Psoriasis, let us understand a little bit about the disease. Busting a popular myth, Psoriasis is not contagious. You can touch and be near a person suffering from Psoriasis, without worrying about the spread. 


Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes rapid skin cell reproduction resulting in a red, itchy scalp, and dry patches of thickened skin. The dry flakes and skin scales are the results of the rapid build-up of skin cells. It can affect various parts of the body. When it affects the palms it is known as palmar psoriasis, and when the feet are affected it is known as plantar psoriasis. Psoriasis commonly affects the skin of the elbows, knees, and scalp as well. The cause can be due to various factors such as

  • Heredity ( If one of the parents is affected, there is a 15% chance for the child to inherit the condition, and a 60% chance of the same, if both the parents are affected.

  • Consumption of contrasting foods that aren’t a healthy mix ( eg fish and milk)

  • Cuts, bruises, burns, certain medicines or skin irritants

  • Excessive smoking

  • Alcohol consumption 

  • Stress or psychological trauma.


With our traditional ayurvedic solutions, we can help you reduce the effect of Psoriasis and cure it permanently over time


Catchphrase- One diagnosis can save you from a lot of pain! Here are the symptoms you need to look out for


  • Skin redness around pustules

  • Itchy Scalp

  • Burning Skin

  • Skin Bumps filled with Pus

  • Loose silvery scales

  • Skin Blisters

  • Skin Pain and Inflamation

  • Dry Skin Patches

  • Bleeding Skin Patches

  • Restricted joint motion

  • Emotional distress

Why Choose Panchkarma Ayurvedic Treatment for Psoriasis?

Targets the Root Cause:

Ayurveda addresses the root cause of Psoriasis. We begin with a full-body detox for the medicines to work effectively towards treating the core reason of the disease. We start from scratch while managing symptoms, heading towards sustainable healing.

A lifestyle change, for the better:

Your diet and lifestyle play an imperative role in complementing the effectiveness of the medication. They enhance and sustain the benefits of treatment after the medicine course has been completed. Our treatment uses a 360-degree holistic approach that also focuses on diet & lifestyle.

Sustainable Healing; Reduced Side-effects:

The untreated underlying core cause of Psoriasis can cause severe health complications in the long run. Ayurveda not only enhances healing but also sustains it, leaving patients with reduced risks of complications and side effects in the future.


Understand How We Treat Psorasis at Panchkarma:

Based on our Diagnosis, we customise treatment plans that target core trouble areas which instigate Psorasis.


Our authentic ayurvedic treatment for plantar and palmar psoriasis, both during initial and advanced stages begin with detoxifying and cleaning blood impurities. Our expert counselers address mental health issues such as stress and trauma, which are crucial to enhance the treatment results. This is followed by a step by step lifestyle change that promotes good physical and mental health. This leads to forming a balance in doshas followed by strengthening immunity. Panchakarma treatment will improve the effect of medication on overall health and also balance Vatadosha.


Psoriasis with Arthritis


Arthritis being an associated complication of Psoriasis, the Panchkarma treatment focuses on managing both conditionsequally. Panchakarma is usually the first step at this stage to detoxify, balance vata and reduce joint pains. Vata-balancing diet and lifestyle recommendations by our experts along with customized herbal medicines will help manage Psoriasis and Arthritis.

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