Saturday, 2 May 2015


                                   According to ayurvedic theories and concepts PSORIASIS  - one type of  kushta ( Sidhma kushta) where skin is the site of manifestation of a systemic pathology. Ayurveda describes this systemic pathology mainly related with metabolism and the importance of detoxification and purification prior to curative therapies...
Psoriasis can be treated and can be controlled by different systems of medicines (ayurveda,allopathy,homeopathy..) but what really matters is  how to manage a patient without relapse! and with minimum complications.
Here at Kottathil ayurveda  we are giving more importance to systemic detoxification and purification to get complete cure.
When we look into treatment options No other system of medicine other then ayurveda had given the prime importance of cellular level cleansing and systemic therapies to eliminate cellular exudates out of the body.
Ayurveda describes the manifestation of disease mainly due to the vitiated MALAS which invade the channels present everywhere inside the body and is transmitted to different parts of the body through lymph and blood which in due course of time makes the soft tissues flabby and skin with plaques.

If we look into the explanation each and every modern human being will definitely ask questions. Eg( what is the so called channels? Can you show me anatomically where it is? What are MALAS? )
For your  knowledge these are the ayurvedic variables or the hypothetical images made by ancient wisdom during there time period to give explanations to the same intellectual questions during there era..

It's really hard to correlate ....... But at the end ....RESULT matters..... And there , AYURVEDA WINS...

Images shown here are of relapsed cases in which patients had treated for psoriasis and got reccurance after 1-2 years..

We will update with fresh images of Complete cure after our treatment protocol.

Written by,
Dr.Samson c Varghese(+919495352072-whats app) 
Cheif Research officer
Kottathil ayurveda

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