Eczema is a disease characterise by skin rashes that have redness, swelling, itching, dryness, and flaking. The skin itches and when scratched, results in a rash. In Ayurveda, this disease is known as Vicharchika. It occurs when the immune system becomes unbalanced, so the condition is often associated with other allergic conditions like allergic asthma, hay fever, etc. Genetic factors, debility, climate, and psychological factors can dispose one to the condition. Personalise Eczema treatment at Rudraksha Ayurveda is based on a complete diagnosis of the root-cause.


Excessive consumption of foods that are dry, stale, cold, salty, spicy, sour, fermented or fried, late night work schedules, regular late night dinners, excessive physical, mental, and sexual activities; and stress can be responsible for causing eczema. Excessive intake of tea, coffee, aerated drinks, alcoholic beverages, indigestion, acidity, constipation and/or flatulence too can contribute to eczema. Before starting Eczema treatment, the doctor evaluates all of these causes and symptoms to identify the root-cause, based on which customise treatment course is planned for maximum relief.


·                 Redness on skin
·         Dry and flaky skin
·         Rough and thickened skin
·         Itchy blisters
·         Itching
·         Inflammation of skin

Rudraksha Ayurveda  Eczema Treatment

According to Ayurveda, Eczema or Vicharchika is caused due to a faulty diet and lifestyle, which leads to impairment of digestion and aggravation of Pitta Dosha. Pitta manifests in the skin and causes accumulation of heating toxins known as ama. These toxins accumulate in body tissues, contaminating them at a deep level and causing Eczema. Use of local creams, antibiotics and steroids only mask the symptoms; they do not affect the root cause of this disease and that is the reason why this problem often reappears. Ayurveda recommends an individual Eczema treatment plan for patients, including proper diet and special herbal combinations. The line of treatment works on pacifying Pitta by enhancing the body’s digestion, as well as cleansing the body of accumulated toxins.

Diet and Lifestyle Advice

  Avoid spicy or oily food and a hot humid atmosphere.
  Wear loose, cotton clothes; avoid synthetic fibers as they inhibit perspiration.
  Avoid soap or use mild herbal soap for bathing.
  Use a soft, smooth towel and avoid rubbing the skin.
  Avoid tea, coffee, hot spices, and canned and preserved foods.
  Practice Bhujangasan and Agnisaar Pranayam to enhance your body’s immunity.

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