Submitted by: Dr. Sunil
"Ayurveda Doctor, Diet, Yoga, Acupressure specialist and spiritual life coach"
Dr. Sunil has received his bachelor degree in Ayurveda in 2001. Today, he is a certified doctor by Delhi Bhartiya Chikitsa Parishad (New Delhi) and was honored by Dabur India Pvt.Ltd. in February 2008 for his dedication and services in the field of Ayurveda... Read more
Ayurveda the life science sees connection between the body mind & soul. Ayurveda says in healthy human body five senses are gateways into the body-mind. These senses take impressions of subject from environment & take it to mind. When healthy foods, visual impressions, sounds, smells and touch are taken in, the body responds well in form of balance doshas.
Skin is a sense organ. Touch, pain, temperature, pressure are subjects for skin. It gives external covering to the whole body. Ayurveda states that the skin has seven layers. These seven layers get their nutrition from muscles. According to Ayurveda skin is a secondary tissue product of the blood, so it is said to be a mirror that reflects the qualities of the blood and the body's plasma tissue. Hence it is a common saying that 'glowing skin is the result of good quality plasma and blood. Skin is mostly affected by fungus as it is external covering of body. In Ayurveda skin fungal infection known as Dadru.
Rub garlic juice on the site of infection
Make a paste with neem and raw turmeric, apply it 2-3 times a day
Apply the past of holy basil leaves on the skin rashes
Coconut oil and camphor, apply 2-3 times a day
Apply turmeric and holy basil leaves locally twice a day is effectively helps in fungal infection.
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