The winter time is an unpleasant season for calm your skin very dry and care is now particularly strained. The cold, dry winter air cut off her very much moisture and she liked the continuous exchange between icy cold and dry air in addition. The Ayurvedic medicine but can help to relieve skin complaints. The skin the skin is the largest organ of the body. It protects against environmental influences and infections and helps maintain our body temperature stable.
Vata, pitta and kapha are the three doshas, which perform certain functions in the normal anatomical and physiological processes. Of these three, pitta is responsible for the health of the skin. It makes for a fresh and healthy complexion and sufficient skin moisture. The skin is composed of seven layers, of which each meets their own function. Skin diseases differ in which of the layers. General pathology of skin diseases skin covers our entire body and seven types of fabric wraps (called also seven dhatu: blood, lymph, muscles, fat, bone, bone marrow and sperm or ovum).
She has a close connection with this, which makes any disruption the dhatu on the skin is visible. Skin diseases are due to a dosha imbalance can be caused by many factors. Some of them are unhealthy food, adverse behaviour, genetic factors and psychological factors such as stress, depression, nervousness, etc. The emergence of diseases in three roga marga unfolds according to Ayurvedic theory\”(disease-inducing areas). These Bahya include roga marga, Abhyantara roga marga and Madhyama roga marga. Blood (Rakta), skin and skin layers (dhatu) Bahya rogamarga form (the periphery). Skin disorders develop due to a specific pathology that develops in the outer area. Rakta (blood) causes it, if it is contaminated due to a dosha disorder. Atopic Eczema is a common Skin disorder that is chronic. She can emerge from a disturbance of only one of the three doshas, two doshas, or all three doshas together.