Ayurvedic Treatment for Skin Cuts, Tears & Non-healing Wounds
While in a rush of attending your best friend’s marriage you suddenly slip off and all you find is red marks all over your skin. The day you thought you would look the best, turned out to be a disaster it seems. Bruises all over! It’s high time you do something to clear it off. Being sick isn’t one’s choice but in the rush of your daily routine, you get not to take care of your body. You fall, you meet with an accident or you get injured. The skin tissue gets abrupted and develops changes in it in the form of breaks.
The outer space:skin
Being the largest organ of the body, skin is a thin, delicate membrane made off three layers with each of its layers performing different functions of the body. It covers the outer body and protects the tissues.
How does tear/injury happen
How does it feel when your chicken steak falls out of your well-plated burger? Clumsy right! The same happens when one layer of skin separates from others. It causes a discontinuity in the normal lining of the skin. It may be acute or complex depending on the underlying structures involved. Ulcers, wounds, burns, cuts can all cause a break in the normal epithelium of the skin.
Skin layers separate from each other either due to
Who is prone to skin damage?
Being sick isn’t one’s choice, anyone at any time can feel low. Even then certain factors contribute to the high chances of getting bruised which might include 5 F’s
- Five (children)
- Fifty (elderly)
- Chronic illness
A slight mark on your skin might not be of great concern. Should every bruise be treated the same? Or should it be given special care?
Those of the bruises which cause
Should be taken care of. Drinking plenty of water, dressing with antiseptic creams, cleansing, bandaging etc helps in faster recovery.
Bruising in Ayurveda
Twak or skin the most vital organ of the integumentary system is given utmost importance in Ayurveda. Twak vikaras contribute to at least one-third of classics.The tearing of the body referred to as Vrana occurs either due to the imbalance in humors i.e. Vata, pitta and Kapha or due to external factors. The imbalance in Vatacauses pain, those of pitta causes burning sensation, redness and those of Kaphacauses secretion of exudates. External Vrana is generally caused due to falls, trauma, bites etc. It can be contusion, laceration, crushed, punctured or even cut wound.
Cover it up
Treat the cause not the disease it says, understanding the route of the same and treating it helps to clear the disease from its root. Ayurveda has been provided with 60 treatment methodologies for the treatment of ulcers, cuts, tears and bruises. The most effective one’s include
1. Application of jatyadi ghrita
One of the most potent herbal preparations used since ancient times for ailments of the skin. Its external application over bruises and burns helps in easy healing. Jathyadi is a combination of herbs such as Jati, Nimba, Patola / Katuka etc. These drugs when combined produce antimicrobial action.
Dosage: External application over bruises
2. Application of murivenna
There would be fewer people around who haven’t heard of the potential healer, Murivenna. Made out of 9 essential ingredients this pure herbal decoction serves different purposes. The bioactive compounds present in it serve the function of easy healing of wounds. The antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory actions of the same are worth to be mentioned.
Dosage: External application over wound or Can be used as pichu
3. Application of lepa
External application of medicated packs over the affected part, It is doshagna ie pacifies the aggravated dosa and varnya provides better complexion
4. Application of honey and ghee
The magical combination so far, honey and ghee, creates wonders. Apart from being edible substances, they serve a wide purpose. It is bacteriostatic and antimicrobial which destroys the bacteria. The desloughing property of the combo helps in the rapid proliferation of granulation tissue and easy healing of wounds. It has contractile action too.
Dosage: External application overwound
- Internal administration of medicaments that pacify aggravated dosa
- Washing of wound with medicated oil
- Panchakarma procedures like Vamana ie emesis, virechana ie purgation, rakta moksha ie bloodletting
- External application of nalpamaradi taila.
Cuts and tear pack from Planet Ayurveda
1. Boswellia curcumin
As the name implies Boswellia curcumin is a completely organic capsule made from Shallaki i.e. Boswellia serrata and Haridra ie Curcuma longa. Shallaki resin acts faster in wounds due to its healing activity. On another note, it helps in the synthesis of collagen and the formation of newer cells which aids in healing. Haridra balances the tridosha with its antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial action.
Dosage: 2 capsules per day after food with lukewarm water
2. Neem Capsules
Neem from ancient times has always found a major role in healing. The neem capsules are made from the extract of neem. The sheet i.e. cold nature of neem helps in cleansing and healing wounds away quicker.
Dosage: 2 capsules per day after food with lukewarm water
3. Gleaming skin, hair, nails formula
This is a unique combination of Planet Ayurveda which is 100% organic made from fresh herbs like Manjishta / Rubia cordifolia, Pitta pada / Fumaria Officinalis, Chirata / Swertia chirata, and Ghrt kumari /Aloe barbadensis. Manjista decreases swelling and brings back the normal texture of the skin. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nature of pitta papaya, the pitta imbalance and the propane nature of chirata help in easy healing. Aloe is the best-used healer. All these when combined produce greater results.
Dosage: 2 capsules twice a day after food with lukewarm water
4. Kaishore Guggul
An authentic formulation with a vast effect on the human body. Kaiser Guggulu has served as a potent healer since time immemorial. It is anti-inflammatory and reduces swelling with its action on tri dosha. For all kinds of injuries of the skeletal system kaisora, Guggulu has been a life savior. Guggulu (Commiphora Mukul ) is the core ingredient along with Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Vibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica ), Amalaki (Emblica Officinalis ), Ginger (Zingiber Officinale ), black pepper (Piper nigrum ), Long pepper (Piper longum ), Fidanza (Emblica Ribes ) Indian jalap (Ipomea turpethum ), Red physic nut (Baliospermum montanum ) are the rest.
Dosage: 2 capsules thrice a day after food
5. Vrana rakshas oil
As the name implies Vrana rakshas is the savior of wounds. External application of Vrana rakshas oil can heal the scars quickly
Dosage: Mild Application of oil overwound two times a day
6 Nirgundi oil
Another excellent external application is Kirundi oil which is a mixture of four different herbs. Tila oil (sesamum Indicum ) with its anti-inflammatory action, Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia) by its action reduces Kapha, Haridra (Curcuma longa ) balances tri dosa and Kirundi (Vitex negundo ) due to very helps in easy healing of ulcers and wounds
Dosage: Application of oil overwound twice daily
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Cuts and scars are common in this industrious life. You get to face too many tears and breaks. Getting injured takes only a fraction of a second but healing takes a bit longer, hence Ayurveda helps to make this process a little easier and faster. The age-old system of medicines works with the body in all the ways possible to heal. The active principles present in each herbal decoction coordinate with the body in the regeneration of cells and tissues. The faster it heals the healthier the body becomes.Fear not of a scar with herbs around you.
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