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Top 5 Effective Natural Treatments for Scabies that Work Fast

If you’ve been itching crazing and fear you’ve been infected with the eight legged microscopic nit –Sarcoptes scabiei, you must know that effective remedies are available that can deliver you from these creepy creatures. Also, you don’t have to feel guilty and embarrassed about the infestation because any one, just about anyone can get infected if they happen to come across even one bug in their life-time.

Of course, what you need to do apart from actively treating the infection is to make sure that people you come into close contact with are quarantined and you’ve disinfected your surroundings too because re-infestation is a very big possibility even if one mite survives your killing onslaught. Imagine going through the ordeal all over again. Scary, isn’t it?

To get detailed information on this highly contagious parasite click here.

Do Natural Remedies for Scabies Work?

Yes they do and today, we’re going to discuss the 5 best natural remedies that we’ve used in our protocol. These ingredients have clinically shown to potentially help in eliminating mites, stalling their life cycle, relieving itching, and nourishing and rejuvenating skin health.

In fact, we’ve not only combined these ingredients but also added several other equally versatile ingredients after studying or subjecting them to varying amounts of research. Our groundbreaking precedent setting kit –Freedom kit with HRS 200 Scabease Formula contains evidence based ayurvedic herbs, and advanced resonance homeopathic ingredients for full spectrum health.

The top 5 ingredients that may have the power to fend off the mites are:

  1. Sulphur

This is a homeopathic remedy that is said to possess disinfecting and antiseptic properties that potentially help to soothe wounds and lesions brought on by the burrowing of the scabies mite. A study conducted in Venezuela demonstrated that 95 % of the patients who used precipitated sulfur as a topical treatment of scabies reported being clinically free 7-30 days after cessation of ointment application, with no relapses or relevant adverse effects. 1

We’ve added sulphur in our Biogetica’s HRS 200 Scabease formula based on the clinical research found on it.

  1. Neem (Azadirachta indica)

No one can argue on the insecticidal properties of neem; both the leaves and extracted oil have shown to possess analgesic, anti-parasitic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. It appears to be exceptionally well suited in the treatment of scabies based on the several clinical studies that have shown it to potentially abort the reproducing cycle of the mites making them incapable of multiplying.  Moreover, neem is also said to relieve itching and potentially numbs painful stimuli.

Biogetica doctors have blended neem with other natural ingredients in our Cutis cream and Neem karanjal lotion to offer optimum skin health.

  1. Karanja oil

Karanja oil is extracted from seeds of the Karanja Tree (Pongamia glabra) and is said to possess antiseptic, insecticidal, anti-parasitic, and cleansing properties. This oil has clinically shown to work synergistically with neem oil in inhibiting the scabies infection and the combination also strives to restore normal healthy skin.

Biogetica’s exclusive multidisciplinary kit combines both neem and karanja oil so that you have a holistic protocol that potentially works at boosting your immunity, and nourishing, rejuvenating and improving your skin health.

  1. Sandalwood

This aromatic wood is well known for its emollient properties and is traditionally used for hydrating, protecting, and rejuvenating your skin. But, that is not the only reason for traditional health practitioners to recommend sandalwood in treating skin conditions like scabies. Clinical tests have indicated that sandalwood possesses powerful antimicrobial and disinfectant properties that potentially help in subsiding inflammation, skin redness and sore skin.

We’ve added sandalwood in our Freedom kit with HRS 200 Scabease Formula for its nourishing and emollient properties.

  1. Cardamom

Cardamom is mostly considered a kitchen spice and its use is merely limited to flavoring your dishes. However, these seed pods are teeming with antioxidant, detoxifying, anti-infective, circulation enhancing, anti-inflammatory, immune boosting, antiseptic, and skin rejuvenating properties according to the phytochemical analysis conducted on them. Thus, cardamom can pack in quite a punch and may assist in getting your affected skin back on track.

We’ve made sure to capitalize on Cardamom’s healthifying properties and have infused it in our Skin health protocol to synergistically amplify the beneficial effects of each ingredient.

Our unique protocol incorporating ingredients traditionally used in ayurvedic, homeopathic, and nutraceutical traditions has potentially helped individuals boost immunity, restore skin health, and get back to being healthy again. To know more about our protocols, or get any health related advice, please visit www.biogetica.com and consult with our specialist team available 24/7 for your assistance.

 

Reference:

  1. Diaz M, Cazorla D, Acosta M: Efficacy, safety, and acceptability of precipitated sulphur petrolatum for topical treatment of scabies at the city of Coro, Falcon State, Venezuela. Rev Invest Clin 56:615- 622, 2004
Dr. Vijaykumar S. Kamat

Dr Vijay Kamat graduated from K.L.E. society’s Shri B. M. Kankanwadi Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Belgaum, India; one of the oldest Ayurvedic institutions in India. He is a prestigious member of the Ayurvedic Association of India. He possesses deep ancestral and research-based knowledge of plants, and is passionate about bringing age-old secrets of Ayurveda within the reach of a common man. In keeping with his passion, he is presently leading the medical team of Biogetica – a collective of Doctors dedicated to natural medicine. Together, they work to bring evidence-based natural healing solutions to the world.

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