10 home remedies for scleroderma


Scleroderma is an innate autoimmune disease. This disease hardens the skin. Collagen is a tissue that forms almost all the connected tissues of the body along with the skin.

Scleroderma develops when there is an overproduction of collagen in the body. The surplus production of collagen stiffens and makes it thick and results in the malfunctioning of blood vessels. It will result in hypertension and the damage of tissues.

Hom remedies

There Are Some Home Remedies That Are Simple And Help To Relieve The Symptoms:

1. Garlic:

One of the best natural treatments for curing scleroderma is garlic. You should not eat garlic if you suffer from scleroderma. You just have to use it as a topical application that aids to make your skin soft. Slice a garlic clove into three pieces and apply all the pieces to the affected region of the skin.

Keep rubbing them on the spots for half an hour. You can also dip a ball of cotton in garlic oil and administer it to the afflicted area. You may make garlic tea and administer it to the afflicted area. Boil garlic cloves in water and blend the concoction to make garlic tea.[1]

2. Onion:

Use onion only as a local applicant only for the cure of scleroderma. You may be advised by your physician not to eat onions when you have scleroderma. You may cut the onion in half and apply it on the patchy areas of the skin where it is hardened.

Rub-down the onion energetically on the patches for around half-hour daily. You can take the juice of an onion and apply it to the required area with a ball of cotton or cloth.[2]

3. Gram Flour:

Gram flour is a very effective and efficient solution for scleroderma. Gram flour has numerous antioxidants and it helps the skin to regain its texture. Smooth out the gram flour with water and form a paste and apply the paste on the affected skin after soaking a cloth or cotton into the bowl of paste. Massage the spots for a while.[3]

4. Lemon:

Lemon is one more home solution. You may rub lemon right on the affected skin because it is safe for application. You will have to do the application for nearly 15 minutes three times a day.

Squeeze out lemon juice into a bowl and add some honey and mix the two well. Use a ball of cotton and apply the application to the skin. Lemon aids in eliminating free insurgents when honey is a natural moisturizer.[4]

5. Turmeric:

Turmeric has anti-bacterial properties and is the best natural cure for scleroderma. Tot two teaspoons of the ingredient into one cup of water and make a paste out of it. Use a ball of cotton to the paste and apply it on the skin-troubled area for around 25 minutes every day.

You can also use turmeric powder to avoid stains. You can also consume turmeric and treat scleroderma. Take a glass of milk and add some turmeric to it and mix to drink. You can mix turmeric in water and also consume it twice a day.[5]

6. Spinach:

Spinach is rich in iron, phosphorous. Vitamin E and foliate. It contains phytonutrients too that give energy to the cells and increase immunity. Eat two cups of greens every day cooked or raw. You may add another vegetable like tomato or carrots if you don’t like their original flavor.[6]

7. Cottage Cheese:

Cottage cheese is rich in sulfur protein. It prompts a chemical reaction that lets oil-water dissolvable. So it helps digestion and elevates the pace of absorption in the cell mucosa. Cottage cheese increases the efficiency level in the cells. Consume two servings of the cheese each day for effective results. Do not take oily preparations but take cheese in the form of salads.[7]

8. Fish Oil:

Fish oil is full of omega 3 fatty acids. It has very powerful antioxidant characteristics that help to flush out free agitators from the system and aid to detoxify the body. These antioxidants dispute with microbes and make sure the correct function of the resistant system.

You can consume fish capsules to get the ailment cured on your skin. Sardines, tuna, salmon, and mackerel are good supplements and are rich in omega-3 fatty acids.[8]

9. Ginger:

Scleroderma leads to indigestion complications. Constipation, bloating and diarrhea and swallowing difficulty, and heartburn are only a few symptoms of the skin disease- scleroderma. Ginger is a very efficient antimicrobial agent, antibiotic and antioxidant that fights harmful fats.

It improves immunity. Chop the ginger finely and tot it into a cup of water and boil it. Stir it for some time and take it off the flame. Let it rest for fifteen minutes. You can strain the tea and drink 4 or 5 cups of warm ginger tea.[9]

10. Physical Activity:

Somatic exercise keeps us healthy and energetic. It helps us to go into the world with new vigor. It aids in the circulation of blood at a higher rate and makes the body flexible by removing the stiffness in the limbs. Work out is one of the best ways of driving out scleroderma.[10]

PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS. She has been trained in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care Medicine, and Anxiety Medicine. In addition, she was also trained in Thoracic Transplantation Medicine and Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. CERTIFICATIONS Dr. Sarah Edwards is Board Certified in the following: • Internal Medicine • Child Diseases • Critical Medicine • She is also a Diplomate of The American Board of Anxiety Medicine. EDUCATION Postgraduate: • University of Nevada School of Medicine • Residency: Internal Medicine