Sophora from psoriasis
Psoriasis is a systemic dermatological pathology characterized by the appearance of pink-red, raised above the surface, skin areas with scaly exfoliation. The causative agent or the cause of the onset of the disease is not known. On the affected skin areas, the cells of the basal layer of the epidermis begin to intensively divide. It is ten times higher than the norm. Cells do not have time to ripen, which leads to their inferiority and loss of intercellular communication. As a result, the skin tissue loses density, elasticity and becomes sensitive to the slightest trauma, and the surface of the pathological area is covered with whitish-gray scales. On the skin-damaged segments of the skin, the immune system reacts with the onset of an inflammatory focus, swelling and redness.
Treatment of psoriasis is reduced to minimizing manifestations of symptoms: itching, soreness and reducing the area of the lesion. Various special anti-inflammatory and exfoliating creams, ointments, gels are widely used. Used drugs, the action of which is based on the antiflagic properties of various medicinal plants.
Indications of the sophores in psoriasis
The most effective phytopreparation for the treatment of psoriasis is Japanese Sophora. Buds and fruits of the plant are actively used in the preparation of various ointments, creams, tinctures and tinctures. The use of Japanese Sophora is recommended at various stages of the disease. Preparations containing sophora, in addition to the treatment of psoriasis, can be recommended by phytotherapeutists for the treatment of ulcerative manifestations, hypertension, renal pathology, muscular dystrophy, diabetes, etc. External can be used to treat skin (wounds, ulcers, burns). In traditional medicine it is used to obtain routine, which is used for various hemorrhages. In some cases, it can be used as part of complex therapy for the treatment of tuberculosis, bronchial tree diseases, colitis, measles, typhoid, etc.
The cream of sophora is an effective remedy for complex treatment of psoriasis and dermatological diseases. Does not contain hormonal supplements. The active effect of Japanese Sophora is explained by the content of a high level of routine, which has an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect.
The cream is successfully used for dermatitis, dermatosis, inflammation of the upper layers of the epidermis of various origins, dryness and flaking of the skin, mycosis, lichen manifestations.
Form of issue. The soap cream is produced in plastic jars of white color with an original polygraphic pattern. The cream in the container is additionally protected by a foil and a twist cap. The net weight of the cream is 40 g or 100 g.
Composition - Sophora flavescens, Deionized aqua, Glycerini, Acidum stearicum, Mentha piperita, Triclosanum, 80% Vocatus aliphaticorum, Camphora, Ledeboriella seseloides Wolff, Phellodendron amurense, Carthamus tinctorius, Borneol etc.
Pharmacodynamics. The main therapeutic effect is Japanese: it disinfects, reduces inflammation, promotes normalization of blood circulation.
- The bark of a youngster - relieves itching, burning, irritation of the skin.
- Lizard extract is an antibacterial property.
- Amur cork tree - has a tonic effect for the skin, providing it with vitamins.
- Extract from the scorpion - rejuvenates and gives elasticity to the skin.
Pharmacokinetics consists of the following stages: absorption, distribution, excretion. Cream of Sophoras from psoriasis is absorbed only in the upper layers of the epidermis, providing softening and anti-inflammatory effects. Operates in the place of application. When applying the cream to the affected skin segments, it is minimally absorbed into the systemic bloodstream. To achieve a positive effect, Sophor's Cream is applied with rubbing movements. Frequency of use and duration of the course of use are determined by a specialist.
Use during pregnancy. During pregnancy, the cream is not recommended for use.
Contraindications. Intolerance to individual components of the cream, periods of gestation and lactation.
Side effects. Data on the manifestation of local or general allergic reactions are not documented.
The use of sophora from psoriasis. In the morning and evening, apply a thin layer of the drug to a well-cleansed skin. To rub a cream it is necessary soft massaging movements within several minutes. If local allergic reactions occur or the dynamics of dermatological pathology worsen, discontinue use of the drug. The standard course of treatment is from 3 weeks to 1 month.
Overdose. Cases of overdose from the use of Sophor cream against psoriasis were not observed.
Interactions with other drugs. It is not recommended to use the cream in parallel with medicines containing hormonal components. Simultaneous application of Cream of Sophor and a similar agent will not lead to an increase in the therapeutic effect.
Storage conditions. Store in a tightly closed container in a dry, dark, cool (4-8 ° C), not accessible to children.
Shelf life - 2 years from the date of manufacture.
Ointment Sophora Japanese - is used as a phytotherapeutic component of the complex treatment of various dermatological pathologies: psoriasis (scaly lichen), lupus erythematosus (Liebman-Sachs disease), neurodermatitis, scaly lichen, eczema, allergic rashes.
Ointment Sophora from psoriasis has a healing effect, accelerates the functional restoration of tissues, helps strengthen the capillaries, which become less permeable. Has a bactericidal property against Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, etc. Ointment is recommended for topical application in case of circulatory disturbance in the vessels of the lower extremities, due to manifestations of atherosclerotic changes, with partial loss of sensitivity of the upper extremities as a result of paralysis and paresis. You can do light massage and rubbing the affected limbs with the use of ointment.
Composition - Elaeis guineensis, Solutionis Sophora iaponica spirituosae, Oleum Eucalipti, Oleum Abies siberica Glycerinum, Cetus
Method of application. The drug is applied a thin layer on the affected area of the skin twice or thrice a day. After use, the ointment should not be washed off, because its therapeutic effect will cease. The standard course of treatment with the drug is 30 days or longer (until the symptoms disappear completely).
Contraindications. Periods of pregnancy or lactation.
Keep the drug in a cool place inaccessible to the sun, within 12 months from the date of manufacture.
Alternative recipes for the use of Japanese Sophora for the treatment of psoriasis
Oil from Sophora. Lit glass jar on ½ fill with fruits of Sophora. Top up the boiling water to the very top of the jar. After a lapse of two hours, drain the water and bring the fruits to a homogeneous paste-like consistency (you can use a blender). Pour the rubbed mass with vegetable oil in a ratio of 1 part mixture and 3 parts oil. Put in a warm place for 1 month. After this time, the solution is filtered. Use as a wound-healing product with plantar psoriasis, overdried skin of the feet with the presence of cracks.
Decoction of Sophora Japanese. 4 tablespoons of flowers pour 400 ml of cold water, put on fire, after boiling, cook for 5 minutes. The solution must be cooled and filtered. To apply for rubbing with psoriasis therapy of the scalp.
Tincture from Sophora. 50 g of sophora pour 0.5 liters of vodka. Put in a dark place. Eat 0.5 hours before meals, 30-40 drops three times a day. The course of therapy is 3-4 months, then a break of 1 month, after which you can resume reception again.
In the World Wide Web, a large number of cardinally different opinions about the use of Sophora in the treatment of psoriasis have been left by patients. Many patients who experienced the effects of these drugs, completely or mostly got rid of psoriatic manifestations. This indicates that the therapy was correct and correctly corrected. But there are a number of patients who believe that psoriasis does not help and does not cure anything. Those patients who leave negative reviews may have become victims of unskilled specialists, or on their own initiative prescribe themselves therapy using Japanese Sophora. Therefore, the result was negative.
Sophora from psoriasis can indeed be used in therapeutic practice. In order to find out whether the patient needs preparations containing sophora, it is necessary to seek advice from dermatologists at the clinic or in the homeopathic centers to specialist herbalists.
Doctors say that the sophora actually contains a number of substances beneficial for the body. Buds and fruits of the plant are used for the production of various preparations. Sophora - rich in routine, used for the prevention and treatment of vitamin deficiency. Vitamin P helps strengthen the walls of blood vessels and capillaries during atherosclerotic changes. Fruits serve for obtaining tincture, used as a wound-healing agent in inflammatory processes - burns, ulcers of the upper layers of the epidermis. Sophora enters into the composition of creams and ointments used as regenerating, antiflogistic means for the treatment of psoriasis, eczema, lupus erythematosus, etc. A competent complex treatment strategy will necessarily lead to recovery and improvement of the skin condition.
In addition to using sophora from psoriasis, it is also necessary to cleanse the body of toxic substances, free radicals, to lead a healthy lifestyle (exercise, adjust the diet, take more out of the open air, abandon bad habits), avoid stress as much as possible , the disease will undoubtedly recede.