Molluscum Contagiosum (Ajagallika)
Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment - Ayurvedic and Natural
Molluscum contagiosum is a common self-limiting and painless viral skin infection caused by the pox virus, a DNA virus. This viral infection is more common in children than in adults. The lesions are usually multiple, waxy with an average diameter of 5mm and commonly affected sites are the face and trunk. Fully developed lesions give out waxy exudates on pressing. This infection is spread by direct contact with the affected person or by touching articles contaminated by virus and lesions process eosinophilic inclusion bodies collect molluscum bodies which in turn possess numerous viral particles.
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- Average incubation period is two-seven weeks
- The appearance of painless waxy multiple lesions
- The average diameter of lesions 2-5mm
- Spread across from one part of the body to another by touching or scratching affected body parts and touching other parts of the body.
- Direct contact with individuals affected by infection by molluscum contagiosum.
Children are immune-suppressed individuals, and people suffering from atopic dermatitis, etc. fill under the risky group for this disease.
- It is usually clinical based on the characteristic appearance of lesions
- Skin scraping biopsy may be performed to confirm the diagnosis.
- Avoid contact with the affected person and articles contaminated by him/ her.
- Maintain proper body hygiene.
- Avoid touching existing skin lesions to prevent their further spread.
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Diet in Molluscum Contagiosum
- Proper hygiene of the area containing blisters.
- Low carbohydrate easy-to-digest vegetarian diet.
- Avoid day sleep, and contact with the affected person.
- Avoid the use of caustic chemicals over lesions.
- Avoid Vidahi ahara (acidic food)
- Avoid Yogurt, Masha, oily, spicy, non-vegetarian, deep-fried food.
- Anuloma viloma pranayama
- Prithvi mudra
- Prana mudra
- Varun mudra
Ayurvedic Management of Molluscum Contagiosum
- Lekhana, granthi hara, kapha vata hara treatment is followed.
- Agni karma and pratisaraneeya kshara karma is beneficial.
- Vrna ropana chikitsa
- Guggulu Tiktaka Kashayam
- Triphala Guggulu
- Shukthi bhasma
- Paste of shyama, langala, patha
- Shudda spatika
- For vrna ropana – guggulu marichadi taila
- Chirata tailam
- Karutha vatu with nimbu swarasa
- Shyama (Dalbergia sissoo)
- Langali (Gloriosa superba)
- Patha (Cissampelos pareira)
- Agnikarma (cauterisation)
- Pratisaraneeya ksharkarma
- Jalaukavacharana (leech therapy)
- Shloka No. 1, Chapter 31, Kshudrarogavijnaneeyam, Utharasthanam, Astangahrudaya by Acharaya Vaghbhata.
- Sushruta Samhita. 8th ed. Singhal GD, editor. Varanasi: Chaukhambha Orientalia; 2005. p. 318.
- Vagbhata, Gupta A. Uttaratantra 36/84. Yadunandan U, editor. Astanga Hrudaya. 1st ed. Varanasi: Chaukhambha Sanskrit Sansthan; 2005. p. 585.
Molluscum contagiosum is a self-limiting, easy-to-heal skin disorder if given proper care through Ayurveda. Recurrence may be noted due to ahitha ahara vihara acharana. It is of prime importance to seek medical help and take necessary treatment to prevent complications. Following Ayurveda will help in better healing and recovery through safe and complete nature-friendly treatment modalities.
Article Written By: : Dr. Sahil Gupta (B.A.M.S., M.H.A.)