Hyperpigmentation and Hypopigmentation

Discoloration on skin has been a common problem seen in the ages between 18 to 54 years. Black dark colored patches are signs of Hyperpigmentation and small white spots are signs of Hypopigmentation. Both are different indication of imbalance in blood metabolism with certain enzymes missing in your daily diet.

Liver enzymes need the best and pure blood production for shining glowing skin. Usually discoloration is main indication of abnormal digestion due to missing Liver enzymes. Keratinocytes are the cells, which identifies color of the skin.

 

In Simple Ayurvedic terms, Bhrajak Pitta dosha imbalance is the main cause of such discoloration. Bhrajak Pitta dosha can be simply balanced by developing following good habits:

1. Eating vegetable and fruits full of Vitamin C.

2. Doing Ujjayi Pranayam on daily basis.

3. Doing just 5 min of Jogging every morning on flat surface.

4. Taking at least 7-8 hours of peaceful sleep.

5. Applying milk cream with lemon / Yogurt 3 times a week for 10 min on face or on the effected area.

6. Get Blood purifying syrup or tablet that we make exactly as per your constitution, severity of the discoloration and dietary habits.

It is wonderful to share our experiences with you. Recently an 11 year old child had white and brown patches on her face with accompanying Hyper-thyroidism. Diya is an intelligent school going child with innocent face. But this discoloration had made her parents worry about her face complexion. With the help of our customized medications, Diya gained beautiful one colored shiny growing face in just 23 days and her parents have been so thankful!!!

I would love to share with you more of such experiences, as we move ahead…. Please feel free to share your comments with us at doctor @ayurvedagroup.com.


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