Maurya Hospital is among the top Ayurveda Treatment centers for eczema in India.


Eczema is an immune-mediated inflammation of the skin arising as a result of an interaction between genetic and environmental factors. التهاب الجلد هو مصطلح شائع يستخدم بالتبادل ويصور التهاب طبقة البشرة من الجلد.

The word ‘Eczema’ is derived from the Greek word ‘Ekzein’ which means ‘to boil’. Eczema, also known as Dermatitis, is a non-contagious skin disorder characterized by painless, dry, itchy and inflamed skin. Eczema usually begins as a childhood disorder, mostly in those persons with a family history of Eczema. However, Eczema can occur at any age.

IgE (immunoglobulin E) levels are often elevated in individuals with eczema. IgE is an antibody produced by the immune system in response to allergens.

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Our Ayurveda Treatment for Eczema at Maurya Ayurveda Hospital

Eczema can be equally physically and mentally traumatizing for patients with the disease. We, the physicians at Maurya Ayurveda Hospital, are here to help you out in the most simplest and comfortable modes of Ayurveda Therapy. Initially, a consultation is necessary to work out the cause and nature of the Eczema, followed by any blood work if required. A treatment plan is then formulated by our expert Chief Physician, Dr Kasim, tailored to the patient’s needs.

Eczema Therapy at our hospital involves:

  1. Ayurvedic Internal Medications prescribed by expert physicians at Maurya Ayurveda Hospital take into account the patient’s body constitution and the nature and severity of the Eczema.
  2. Ayurvedic Detox Therapy: As per Ayurveda, Eczema is caused by the accumulation of toxins in the blood, which later manifest in the skin in the form of Eczema. Therefore, Ayurvedic Detox like Virechana (Purgation Therapy) and Vamana (Emesis Therapy) is essential to get rid of the body from these toxins, thereby resulting in a significant reduction in the symptoms such as itching and rashes.
  3. Ayurvedic External Therapy: Kashaya Dhara is considered one of the best external Ayurvedic therapy for Eczema. Decoctions made out of soothing, anti-inflammatory, antipruritic (relieves itching), and detoxifying Ayurvedic drugs are poured over the affected areas to calm down the symptoms associated with Eczema.
  4. Diet: Patients are required to adhere to a strict diet that is not too spicy, salty, or sour to attain better results from treatment. A well-thought-out diet plan designed by expert Naturopathic physicians will be given.

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Yes. Ayurveda is one of the most effective treatments against Eczema.

It Depends upon the severity. For mild cases, it could take weeks; for severe cases, it could take several months.

No, Eczema is not contagious.

Yes. It is said that some foods can trigger eczema resulting in flare in symptoms. While on ayurvedic treatment, the patient will be required to follow a strict diet as prescribed by our physicians.

Pruritus (Itching), Erythema(Redness of Skin), Edema (Swelling), tiny bumps on the skin, oozing in Acute cases.

Itching, Scaling, Dryness, and Lichenification of skin (Thick, leathery skin), constitute the chronic symptoms of Eczema.

Allergens and Irritants, Sweating, Infection, Dryness, Weather, Stress, Scratching

In Modern Medicine, the treatment for Eczema involves managing symptoms and preventing flare-ups. These include:

  • Identification of Allergens and Irritants
  • Prescription of suitable Antihistamines, Corticosteroids, and Antibiotics to reduce itching and cracks.
  • Application of suitable moisturizers regularly especially after a bat
  • Avoid Allergens and Irritants that worsen Eczema.
  • Use of suitable Moisturizers regularly after a bath prevents drying up of the skin.
  • Use of mild soap and detergents.
  • Use of humidifiers to prevent dryness of skin
  • Bathe in cold water only. Hot water may worsen the condition.
  • Avoid scratching as it worsens Eczema and damages the skin.

-Wear loose-fitting clothes made of cotton

In winter, low humidity results in dryness of the skin. In summer, sweating and humidity worsens itching.

Eczema can affect any part of the body, especially Hands, Neck, Face, Legs, Trunk, Face, etc.

Eczema is diagnosed by expert Physicians by Physical Examination of the lesions. The history of Eczema in childhood is taken into consideration. The Physician may also take into account Blood tests, Allergy tests, and Skin Biopsies to confirm Eczema and to rule out other skin conditions.