Psoriasis is accompanied by the formation of small scales on the affected areas, so the disease is also called scaly lichen. It is considered to be an invasive, but hereditary disease. Lesions localized on the skin, often near the joints. The disease worsens due to emotional overload and stress, as well as an acid-base imbalance of the body. Risk group - people under the age of 30 years.
Indications of the teas from psoriasis
The disease begins with inflammation, which is manifested by redness, itching, white scales. Such phenomena are indisputable indications for the use of teas from psoriasis. If the disease is not treated, it can go into a severe form, in which the joints are affected and a loss of working capacity is possible. Psoriasis can cause disruption of many important organs and the whole body.
Nutrition in psoriasis should promote the regulation of acid-base balance (the ratio is normal - 20-30% to 70-80%). Instead of regular tea, you should drink herbal teas and decoctions of seeds, for example, linen.
Nowadays, many people pay special attention to medicinal plants, using them as an alternative to pharmaceuticals. And not in vain, because the benefits of herbal drinks are obvious. Herbal teas:
easy to use,
contain natural ingredients,
have a rapid effect,
do not have undesirable effects.
The composition of teas from psoriasis is aimed at eliminating the symptoms of the disease. The drink operates in several directions:
normalizes the metabolism,
relieves stress and relaxes,
restores the body.
Complex effects on the body are provided by components of individual medicinal herbs and medicinal preparations from them. Alternative medicine offers collections, which include flowers, leaves, and roots of many plants - dandelion, motherwort, elecampane, oregano, hawthorn, sporis, celandine, nettle, mint, cowberry, stevia, yarrow, strawberry, burdock, violet, calendula.
Names of teas from psoriasis
Names of teas from psoriasis:
Anti-psoriasis №3 in bags,
Infusion of 3 herbs from Higuinka,
"From psoriasis" according to the recipe of Seleznev.
With psoriasis, decoctions are useful from the roots of parsley, chicory, dandelion: for them, cooked alone or chemically raw raw materials are pre-grinded. Also prepare a decoction of grinded in a coffee grinder of dill seeds, from the bark of a slippery elm, from a pie. For the prevention of common green tea is useful: according to studies, it reduces the risk of psoriasis.
Decoctions of medicinal plants with psoriasis are applied externally, for example, for the preparation of medicinal baths (use pine needles, mint, motherwort, chamomile, cumin, hops, lemon balm, valerian, eucalyptus, Kalanchoe).
Monastic tea from psoriasis
Monastic tea from psoriasis is a safe and effective method of treatment at home. This, in fact, a decoction of the healing parts of many plants used in the treatment of a variety of skin infections. It contains flavonoids, hypericin, essential oils, glycyrrhizic acid, tannins and other substances.
The monastery collection of psoriasis includes:
roots of licorice, althaea, a large burdock, a medicinal stench, a field keeper;
leaves of birch, nettle;
the herb of St. John's wort, the three-parted string, the tubercle-grasser, and the violet tricolor;
fruits of Japanese Sophora;
There are other recipes, for example: hawthorn, lingonberry, elecampane, oregano, nettle, mint, dandelion, motherwort, sorb, celandine. In any case, the monastic recipe is considered unique, as the plants are selected so that their combination enhances the healing effect, eliminating the symptoms of pathology.
Unique phytotea has a complex effect:
eliminates the itching and associated discomfort;
removes inflammatory phenomena;
normalizes blood circulation;
destroys harmful microorganisms;
Drink is made from the calculation: a spoonful of raw materials for a glass of boiling water; Each portion is insisted for two hours and taken twice a day, half an hour before a meal. According to another recipe - four times in half a cup. With such treatment, a week later in the prevailing majority of patients, unpleasant symptoms disappear, and a full remission is possible in a month.
According to studies, the collection does not provoke the development of allergies, does not cause side effects, is combined with any drugs. But it eliminates the visible signs of the disease.
The beneficial effect of herbal ingredients improves the body, prevents the progression of the disease. Gathering can also be used to prevent psoriasis: in this case, one cup per day, divided into four doses, is sufficient. Insist for ten minutes, like regular tea.
Chamomile tea from psoriasis
One of the most popular medicinal plants is chamomile. It is widely used in medicine and cosmetology: for external and internal use, for making ointments, creams, shampoos.
Drink from chamomile is useful to apply at any age, since early childhood, because it has many useful qualities:
reduces pain and spasms in the stomach,
calms the nervous system,
increases the body's resistance,
reduces menstrual pain.
Romashkovym tea in psoriasis replace the usual black tea. For a standard serving, use a teaspoon of flowers, brew for ten minutes, drink warm, with honey or sugar. Chamomile can be combined with mint, melissa, valerian, other herbs. The recommended dosage is three times a day on a large cup, half an hour before meals.
Romashkov's decoction is useful to do wraps during a period of exacerbation of the disease.
Preparation of teas from psoriasis at home
Teas from psoriasis at home can be easily cooked and taken on time. Together with medicamental treatment and alternative methods, medicinal infusions significantly help to resist psoriasis. The main thing is to do this only after preliminary consultation with the treating enemy.
The way of using monastic tea is mentioned above. Other drinks, in most cases, are cooked and eaten in a similar way. Dosage depends on the complexity of the pathology and other factors, so it is selected individually.
There are also features. For example, flowers of safflower (synonyms - saffron, thistle) can be used in several forms.
For tea, pour half a teaspoon of flowers with boiling water, drain in half an hour, drink before going to bed, and also during the day.
When heavy forms are used safflower water, which is calculated from the calculation of one teaspoon per 4 liters of boiling water. Brew a few minutes, until the water turns yellow. Drink 4 cups a day.
In psoriasis on the face of the steam procedures are useful: a toweled head is kept for several minutes over a vessel with safflower tea.
The infusion is made from powder raw materials. A tablespoon of dry turnip, filled with a glass of boiling water, is infused for an hour. The reception is divided into four doses, drunk before each meal.
The general pharmacodynamics of teas from psoriasis has not been studied. The pharmacodynamics of individual plants that make up phyto-tea is described.
Chamomile has an anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antispasmodic effect; reduces the processes of fermentation in the intestine, increases the production of secretory glands of the digestive system; eliminates itching and odor.
Motherwort has a sedative effect.
The dandelion root affects both choleretic, increasing appetite and secretion of gastric juice.
Nettle contains biologically active substances with a diuretic, hemostatic, restorative, vasoconstrictive effects.
The pharmacokinetics of teas from psoriasis is not described.
Use of the teas from psoriasis during pregnancy
Natural herbal teas can be very useful for the body of a woman expecting a baby. They enrich the body with vitamins, strengthen immunity, soothe, relieve tension.
However, not all drinks benefit. For example, the use of monogastric tea from psoriasis during pregnancy is not recommended. Some experts also do not advise future mothers to drink a drink from chamomile, as it can provoke an abortion.
Concerning other herbal teas, including psoriasis, it is necessary in each case to consult a doctor. However, there are cases when psoriasis in pregnant women passed without treatment.
Herbal drinks have contraindications for use. Typical for all - intolerance of individual components. In addition, monastic tea from psoriasis is not recommended for use:
children under 14 years,
Chamomile broth is not recommended for pregnant women, as well as for patients diagnosed with an anacid gastritis.
Side effects of the teas from psoriasis
Monastic tea does not cause side effects, in the absence of individual intolerance of any component. If you overdo with psoriasis tea, the disease can become aggravated and complicated by toxic-allergic dermatitis.
Chamomile tea can provoke allergic reactions and upset stomach, headache and irritability.
Overdosage of teas from psoriasis is possible with prolonged use of the drink. Continuous use of monastery tea from psoriasis is fraught with complications in the form of toxic-allergic inflammation of the dermis. To avoid unpleasant consequences, before starting treatment, you should consult a specialist.
Interactions with other drugs
Chamomile tea, in order to avoid an overdose, is not recommended for use with antidepressants, diuretics and sedatives.
Treatment of teas from psoriasis involves the rejection of alcohol and foods that provoke allergies.
To collect herbs for monastery tea from psoriasis was beneficial, it is necessary to observe the storage conditions. Dry herbs should be placed in a tightly closed dish and kept in a dark, dry place. The maximum air temperature should not exceed 25 degrees.
The phyto-tea must be protected from moisture and foreign smells, which it easily absorbs, and also to protect from children.
The opened packaging of tea from psoriasis is used no longer than three months.
Collected herbs must be properly dried and stored, best of all - in cardboard boxes or tissue bags.
The shelf life of monastic tea from psoriasis is up to 2 years. In unpacked form collection is recommended to use up to three months, as in the future it loses its effectiveness.
Preserved medicinal raw material retains useful properties for a year.
Reviews of doctors about tea from psoriasis
The doctors' reviews of the tea from psoriasis are usually positive. Some doctors assign the main place in the treatment of psoriasis to a daily diet with an 80% predominance of alkali-forming products. Various combined teas or simple chamomile broth necessarily enter into such a diet. Experts emphasize the usefulness of natural plant substances in the treatment of psoriasis.
Many warn of possible fakes, in particular, monastery tea from psoriasis. Authenticity can be confirmed by packaging - indicating the date of manufacture, the manufacturer, the composition, the way the product is used and other information for the consumer. Patients talk about the comfort of tea treatment, which is easy and simple to do at home.
Dermatologists note in patients the positive influence of the drink, as well as the absence in it of harmful components for the body. Medical workers, referring to scientific research, also respond positively to the preventive properties of monastery tea from psoriasis.
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Medical expert editor
Portnov Alexey Alexandrovich
Education: Kiev National Medical University. A.A. Bogomolets, Specialty - "General Medicine"
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