Psoriasis has been a difficult disease to treat. It would be a challenge to the medical faculty, because most cases of psoriasis tend to decline after making use of all kinds of currently available treatments.
Several therapies for psoriasis treatment
There have been several ways and methods, therapies applied as treatment for psoriasis. Several methods would produce results that might last for varying periods. The treatment modalities have been included of conventional medicine or preferably called modern medicine, alternative medicines like phototherapy, supplements, Ayurveda acupuncture, herbal, homeopathy etc.
The treatment has used our different modes of administrations such as usage of needles in acupuncture, injections, usage of ultra violet lights or phototherapy, oral medicines, topical or local cream, lotions or oils and oral medicines.
Psoriasis has been a skin disease. For a layman, you would obviously think of getting it treated by applying some kinds of medicine on the skin. Use of local application has been called topical therapy. The medicines used on skin might be in any form such as use of immunity suppressive medicines such as moisturizer, anti-bacterial cream, herbal oil and the like.
Dr Shah’s take on topical treatment
Nonetheless, it must be noted, as the good doctor has been always saying that psoriasis is a disease on the skin. It should not be considered a disease of the skin. It means that psoriasis has been a disease of internal, immunological system that manifests on the skin. The topical treatment has been short lasting and superficial treatment.
Our experience based on a couple thousand of cases treated at Life Force would state that when you treat psoriasis or any skin disease for that matter by topical method, the disease would invariably relapse or come back.
Conventional medicine or immunosuppressive medicines
The conventional medicines or commonly called allopathic or modern medicine would use more of the following medicines. All of the following have been immunosuppressive medicine in one way or the other.
- Retinoids (Oral).
- Cyclosporine (Oral).
- Methotrexate (Oral).
- Cortisone (Oral, injections, topical).
- Psoralen (with or without P-UV rays) (Oral).
Homeopathic treatment for Psoriasis
We offer homeopathic treatment for psoriasis aiming at addressing the immunological factors responsible for its development. Immune system has been governed by host of factors such as genetic, hormonal factors, emotional, physical, environmental, etc. Therefore, homeopathy aims to consider the totality of the person who suffers from psoriasis.
The most distinctive method in homeopathy has been the way homeopathic medicines are prepared. They make use of a method called Potentization, which enables hidden therapeutic nano-particles to be released from the various source materials.