Natural Home Remedies for White Paches On the Skin

Home Remedies for White Patches on the Skin (Leucoderma)





White Patches on the Skin, also known as vitiligo, is a distressing skin condition. The word literally means white skin. There is
a gradual loss of the pigment melanin from the skin layers which results in white patches. These patches look ugly, especially
in persons with a dark complexion. The condition does not cause any organic harm. This disease is caused neither by any
germs, nor is it due to bad blood. It is considered to be neither infectious nor contagious.





The problem usually starts with a small white spot which later develops into patches. These patches are pale in the beginning,
but become whiter and whiter as tune passes by due to loss of pigment As the spots enlarge, they merge into each other and,
in course of time, form a very broad patch.
In some cases, most of the skin of the body may be covered with white patches.

The main causes of White Patches on the Skin are said to be excessive mental worry, chronic or acute gastric disorders,
impaired hepatic function such as jaundice, worms or other parasites in the alimentary canal, typhoid, a defective perspiratory
mechanism, and bum injuries. Heredity is also a well-recognised causative factor.

Home Remedies for White Patches on the Skin with Bitter Psoralea:
The best-known home remedy for White Patches on the Skin is the use of seeds of psoralea (babchi). These seeds should be
steeped in die juice of ginger for three days. The fluid should be renewed every day. The seeds should then be rubbed with the
hands to remove die husks, dried in the shade and powdered. One gram of mis powder should be taken every day with one
cup of fresh milk for forty days continuously. The ground seeds should also be applied to the white spots.

Babchi seeds, combined with tamarind (imli) seeds, are also useful. An equal quantity of both the seeds should be steeped in
water for three to four days. They should then be shelled and dried in the shade. They should be ground into paste and applied
to the white patches for a week. If the application of mis paste causes itching, or the white spots become red and a fluid begins
to ooze out, this treatment should be discontinued.

Home Remedies for White Patches on the Skin using Goose Foot:
The use of goose foot is beneficial in the treatment of this disease. This vegetable should be taken twice daily, in the morning
as well as in the evening, for two months continuously. Simultaneously, the juice of the leaves should be applied over the
White Patches on the Skin

Home Remedies for White Patches on the Skin with Turmeric:
Turmeric mixed with mustard oil has also proved useful in White Patches on the Skin. About 500 gm of turmeric should be
pounded and soaked in 8 litres of water at night It should be boiled in the morning all only one litre of water is left, and then be
strained and mixed with 500 ml of mustard oil. This mixture should be heated nil only the oil is left It should then be strained
and preserved in a bottle. The mixture should be applied on the white patches every morning and evening for a few months.

White Patches on the Skin Home Remedies with Red Clay:
Another useful remedy for White Patches on the Skin is red clay found by the river side or on hill slopes. The clay should be
mixed in ginger juice in a ratio of 1:1, and applied over the white spots once a day. The copper contained in the clay seems to
bring back skin pigmentation. Ginger juice also serves as a mild stimulant, facilitating increased blood flow to the spots.
Drinking water kept overnight in a copper vessel will also help.

Home Remedies for White Patches on the Skin with Radish:
A paste made from the seeds of the radish is valuable in treating White Patches on the Skin. About thirty-live grams of these
seeds should be powdered in two teaspoons of vinegar and applied on the white patches.



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