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Skin Diseases

One has to be 100 percent Vegetarian to avoid skin diseases.
The reason-
Salt content in the body has to be reduced. Eggs contain sodium salt and is most dangerous for skin. Almost all the skin problems are on account of eggs, flesh and meat because by eating these salt content in the body increases.
The body has tremendous flexibility and is intelligent so it tries to through the extra salt out of the body in the form of sweat and the extra salt deposits under skin and hence the diseases. To prevent skin diseases it is advisable to reduce the salt content.
Another way is to throw the salt already deposited in the body through urine, which can be done by eating vegetables and fruits having high content of water and fibre.

Food To Be Eaten-
Juice made out of Apricot leaves (Zardalu - Khubani) is useful for skin application.

The raw papaya juice can be applied on skin affected part with good result the juice is also good for preventing pimples or out extra growth of the skin this juice is excellent cosmetic.

Honey, applied externally, is considered useful in the treatment of wounds and sore. Dr. N Zaiss, a leading Viennese physician before the World Wars, claimed to have treated successfully thousands of cases of wounds, sores and long standing ulcers with honey. Honey, according to him soothes pain, acts as an antiseptic, hastens healing and is especially effective in curing burns and carbuncles.

A poultice of the sesame seeds can be applied externally with beneficial results over ulcers, burns and scalds. External applications of a mixture of equal parts of sesame oil and lime water is also effective in these conditions. The oil is also used as a substitute for Oliver oil in pharmaceutical preparations for external uses.

The oil extracted from the flesh of the ripe coconut is an effective dressing for burns and scalds. It is of great value in the preparation of ointments as it penetrates the skin readily. The tar-like fluid obtained from the red, hot shell of a ripe nut is a rubifacinet which causes reddening and warming of the skin. It is a household remedy for ringworm, itch and other skin diseases.

Wild almonds are considered useful in skin diseases, especially eczema. For this purpose, a few leaves of the wild almond are pulverized with water and the cream so prepared is applied to the affected parts. Almonds are also beneficial in the treatment of pimples. In this condition, the endocarp which is hard cover of the seed, should be ground with water and applied over the affected parts. In case of inflammatory conditions of the skin, the external applications of almond oil will ease the pain and cool the heat.

It has been scientifically proved that chlorophyll arrests growth and development of harmful bacteria. Wheat grass therapy can be effectively used for skin disease and ulcerated wounds as by retarding bacterial action, it promotes cell activity and normal re-growth. By drinking wheat grass juice regularly an unfavorable environment is created for bacterial growth. Poultice of wheat grass juice can be applied on the infected area, as it is an able sterilizer.

Externally wheat flour is useful as a dusting powder over inflamed surfaces as in burns, scalds and various itching and burning eruptions. Whole wheat flour, mixed with vinegar, boiled and applied outwardly removes freckles.

Applying Tulsi juice mixed with lemon juice in equal portion on the affected skin cures itching, pimples and other skin diseases.