What is Scabies?
Whoever said that size does matter has in fact never come in contact with this herculean pint-sized diminutive eight-legged monster. Have you heard of the Human Itch Mite? The one that despite its microscopic stature is so brazen that it not only infects you, but also drills burrows in your skin and starts producing an army right away initiating a downright siege that will have you itch yourself red and blue without mercy.
Yes, we are talking about the sarcoptes scabiei mite, the one that brings on with it the terribly itchy and highly contagious condition called scabies, if it is allowed to make your body its breeding ground.
If left untreated, these mites multiply and colonize in the top layer of the skin to live and feed. The terrifying part is that the bug can spread very easily with as much as a close physical contact to another host. So, family members, close relatives, classmates, and colleagues are potentially under risk if any one person is carrying the scabies nit. Thus, creating awareness about prevention and treatment is absolutely vital so that the infection is properly contained and the person affected is effectively treated.
How can Scabies be Treated?
There are several treatment options that claim to make you pest-free. Some of them are conventional medicines such as Permethrin and Benzene that may kill the surface roaming mites but they contain harmful chemicals, provide temporary relief and are also accompanied by a host of side-effects. In fact, these drugs are also supposed to be neurotoxic and carcinogenic in nature and not recommended for long term use.
Others managing modalities include natural and holistic alternatives such as herbs, homeopathic tinctures, etc. that are traditionally believed to not just act on removing the meandering mites, but also boost your immune system, enabling your body to create such conditions that force the mites to abandon your body immediately and reduce itching without any side-effects. So, if you’ve already tried dousing yourself with toxic chemicals and are still itching then it’s a sign to try something that is more holistic and safer than chemically synthesized molecules. Read on to see whether herbs and homeopathic ingredients are the answer to your woes.
Natural and Holistic Alternatives for Scabies
Several natural remedies have shown immense potential in being able to afford comprehensive and holistic substitutes for toxic chemical molecules and with the myriad of complexities that synthetic drugs give rise to, its only time that nature is restored to its original reverence and respect. Several natural ingredients have been clinically tested and their results have been promising. Some of the ingredients tested for scabies include:
The oil extracted from the Azadirachta indica plant is said to be an ace analgesic, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial agent. Numerous lab studies have tested neem oil’s use in treating scabies and a study showed that all scabies mites died after being exposed to neem oil for four and a half hours. 1 Neem also appears to soothe inflamed skin, lessen the irritation and dull the pain.
You can get the full benefits of neem oil in our skin health protocol that fuses neem with other time tested herbs that have shown to work synergistically and have a more pronounced effect when combined.
The root of this plant is so popular in traditional medicine that you’ll find this ingredient being used to potentially remedy several maladies of the body. Several studies have indicated its potential immune boosting properties especially against foreign invaders. A pilot study evaluating 814 patients with scabies observed that 97% of the participants were completely relieved of the mite after applying a paste of neem and turmeric for a period of 3-15 days. Also, the paste was safe with no toxic or adverse reactions being reported. 2
Our multidisciplinary kit – Freedom kit with HRS 200 Scabease Formula is an amalgamation of clinically tested ingredients and has been formulated for a potentized effect on your skin.
Eucalyptus globules is the name of the plant that yields camphor oil and phytochemical evaluations have reported that camphor oil possesses excellent circulation enhancing, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, disinfecting, analgesic, and nerve calming properties. A clinical study on humans infected with zoonotic scabies reported that the patients were completely relieved from mites with oil concentrations of 100%, 75%, and 50% within 5-10 days. 3
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Sulphur is a homeopathic remedy and is widely employed for itchy skin infections owing to its traditionally believed emollient, antiseptic, and cleansing properties. A human study revealed that 95 % of the scabies patients reported being clinically free within 7-30 days of applying precipitated sulphur in the topical treatment of scabies. 4
Sulphur is an important ingredient in our multidisciplinary protocol. Get more details of it here.
We, at Biogetica have studied numerous natural ingredients and after meticulous research have finalized our skin health protocols that imbue herbs, homeopathic attenuations and advanced nutritional ingredients so that you have a comprehensive, holistic and wholesome regimen for total skin health.
The ingredients in our kits potentially work in the following ways:
- Homeopathic ingredients: Resonance homeopathic formulae in the kit aim to provide aid by enhancing the immune functions rendering the body inhospitable to the mite responsible for scabies and promoting skin health. **
- Ayurvedic herbs: A combination of herbal extracts that potentially regulate your immune and support the structure and function of your skin. **
We have undoubtedly seen time and again that natural remedies possess a wide spectrum of impressive pharmacological effects that make them versatile, multifarious and resourceful. Our kits also combine other effective ingredients tested for scabies such as:
- Karanja oil
So, if you’re looking to regain your health and freedom, please visit www.biogetica.com and consult with our specialist team available 24/7 for your assistance and get moving on the road to wellbeing today.
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- Tabassum N, Hamdani M. Plants used to treat skin diseases. Pharmacognosy Reviews. 2014;8(15):52-60. doi:10.4103/0973-7847.125531.
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