SPOROTRICHOSIS-NATURAL REMEDIES

Sporotrichosis

Sporotrichosis

Introduction:

Sporotrichosis is the skin infection. It is also known as rose handler’s disease. This condition is caused by a fungus called Sporothrix schenckii. Cutaneous (skin) infection is the most common form of infection, although pulmonary infection can occur if a person inhales fungal spores. People with agriculture, horticulture, forestry, or gardening as an occupation are at more risk of this disease.

Causes:

It is generally caused by scratch or bite of infected animal or person.

Symptoms:

The main symptoms of the disease are following:

Cutaneous infection:

  • Painless nodule
  • Discoloration of skin
  • Bumps on skin

Pulmonary infection:

  • Pneumonia-like illness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Cough
  • Fever
admin Default Asked on July 24, 2016 in Disease.
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NATURAL REMEDIES FOR SPOROTRICHOSIS

there are 4 natural ingredients use to get rid of sporotrichosis:

HONEY

Honey:

Honey is very effective to heal the wounds.

APPLE CIDER VINEGAR

Apple cider vinegar:

It works as a wonder to cure this infection. It has astringent as well as anti-bacterial properties. Used it daily 2-3 times by making it dilute solution and drink it or apply t over infected skin with cotton.

GARLIC

Garlic:

It has antimicrobial activity against the causative agent. Daily consume 2-3 cloves or apply the garlic oil on the infected area.

tea tree oil

Tea tree oil:

Its essential components are effective to inhibit the fungal growth. Use 2-3 times a day over the infected skin.

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gloves DISEASE MANAGEMENT FOR SPOROTRICHOSIS

DISEASE MANAGEMENT FOR SPOROTRICHOSIS

Risk of sporotrichosis can be reduced by wearing gloves and long sleeves when handling wires, rose bushes, bales of hay, pine seedlings, or other materials that may cause minor cuts or punctures in the skin through which causative agent can enter into the skin. It is also advisable to avoid skin contact with sphagnum moss.

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