Psoriasis is a common, chronic, non-communicable skin disease characterized by circumscribed red patches covered with white scales.
Psoriasis is the result of several factors including genetics, environmental factors, and the immune system.
Plaque psoriasis: is the most common form of the disease and appears as raised, red patches covered with a silvery white buildup of dead skin cells. These patches or plaques most often show up on the scalp, knees, elbows and lower back.
Guttate: appears as small, dot-like lesions. This type of psoriasis often starts in childhood or young adulthood, and can be triggered by Streptococcus infection. This is the second-most common type of psoriasis, after plaque psoriasis.
Inverse psoriasis: shows up as very red lesions in body folds, such as behind the knee, under the arm or in the groin. It may appear smooth and shiny.
Pustular psoriasis: characterized by white pustules (blisters of noninfectious pus) surrounded by red skin. The pus consists of white blood cells. Pustular psoriasis can occur on any part of the body, but occurs most often on the hands or feet.
Erythrodermic psoriasis: is a particularly severe form of psoriasis that leads to widespread, fiery redness over most of the body.
The most common symptoms of psoriasis include:
- red patches on skin
- scaly, sometimes silvery, skin patches
- itchy skin
- joint swelling, stiffness, or pain is associated with psoriatic arthritis
A particular type of inflammatory reaction of the skin in which there is erythema (reddening), edema (swelling), papules (bumps), and crusting of the skin followed, finally, by lichenification (thickening) and scaling of the skin.
Eczema typically causes areas of a person’s skin to become inflamed, itchy, and red. There are several different types of eczema, including atopic eczema, contact dermatitis, and discoid eczema.
The specific cause of eczema remains unknown, but it is believed to develop due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
- Dry skin.
- Climate and sweating.
There are many different types of eczema.
- Allergic contact dermatitis: This is a skin reaction following contact with a substance or allergen that the immune system recognizes as foreign.
- Dyshidrotic eczema: This is an irritation of the skin on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet. It is characterized by blisters.
- Neurodermatitis: This forms scaly patches of skin on the head, forearms, wrists, and lower legs. It is caused by a localized itch, such as an insect bite.
- Nummular eczema: These show as circular patches of irritated skin that can be crusted, scaly, and itchy.
- Seborrheic eczema: This forms oily, scaly, yellowish patches of skin, usually on the scalp and face.
- Stasis dermatitis: This is a skin irritation of the lower leg usually related to circulatory problems.
Signs and symptoms:
Most common symptoms of eczema are:
- Skin redness.
- Dry, scaly, or crusted skin that might become thick and leathery from long-term scratching.
- Formation of small, fluid-filled blisters that might ooze when scratched.
- Infection of the areas where the skin has been broken.
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HR 22 has potent antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and antipsoriatic properties. It includes Carduus Mar, Hydrastis can, Mezereum, Rhus Tox, Sarsaparilla and Sulphur. HR 22 is effective skin stimulant and rubifacient, it also have immunostimulating effects. The main constituent’s hydrastine which contains berberine has broad spectrum antibiotic activity against bacteria, majorly streptococcus, salmonella typhi, and staphylococcus species. HR 22 blocks the secretary effects of toxins produced by several pathogenic bacteria. HR 22 has 3 times potent antipyretic activity. It lowers the fever by increasing the immune system’s handling of fever-producing compounds from microorganisms. Moreover it inhibits cyclic AMP phosphodiestrase activity and reduces inflammation of Plaques, pimples, dry, scaly and itchy skin. HR 22 as a whole has astringent properties this reduces the skin lesions and wounds formed by rashed psoriatic symptoms.
Each 1ml Contains:
- Cardus mar..…. 1D 26% v/v
- Hydrastis can ….1D 7% v/v
- Ichthyolum……12D 19% v/v
- Rhus tox….30D 29% v/v
- Sarsaparilla… 1D 13% v/v
- Sulphur ……30D 16% v/v
With excipients q.s.
Formula with properties:
Cardus mar 1D: Itching on lying down at night. Varicose ulcers (Clematis vitalba). Eruption on lower part of sternum.
Hydrastis can 1D: Eruption like variola. Lupus; ulcers, cancerous formations. General tendency to profuse perspiration and unhealthy skin.
Ichthyolum 12D: Heat and irritation; itching. Scaly and itching eczema. Crops of boils. Pruritus of pregnancy. Psoriasis, Acne, rosacea, erysipelas.
Rhus tox 30D: Red, swollen; itching intense. Vesicles, herpes; urticaria; pemphigus; erysipelas; vesicular suppurative forms. Glands swollen. Cellulitis. Burning eczematous eruptions with tendency to scale formation.
Sarsaparilla 1D: Emaciated, shriveled, lies in folds, dry, flabby. Herpetic eruptions; ulcers. Rash from exposure to open air; dry, itching; comes on in spring; becomes crusty. Rhagades; skin cracked on hands and feet. Skin hard, indurated. Summer cutaneous affections.
Sulphur 30D: Dry, scaly, unhealthy skin; every little injury suppurates. Freckles. Itching, burning; worse scratching and washing. Pimply eruption, pustules, rhagades, hang-nails. Excoriation, especially in folds.
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