Herbal Remedies for Epidermoid Cysts

Epidermoid Cysts

Epidermoid Cyst: Overview

An Epidermoid cysts is a small, hard, benign (non-cancerous), slow-growing bump underneath the skin. This cyst is usually painless, but sometimes it may become painful, infected or ruptured. In such cases or for cosmetic reasons, the affected individuals can have the cyst surgically removed by a doctor.

Epidermoid cysts grow under the skin, and mostly develop out of ectodermal tissue. These cysts can appear anywhere on the skin, especially on those parts of the body where there is relatively less hair. Commonly, these cysts appear on the face, head, neck, back, trunk or genitals. The size of these small bumps can range from 1/4-inch to 2 inches across.

The appearance of Epidermoid cysts is similar to small bumps which are generally yellowish or tan in color; and are filled with pus (thick, yellow smelly matter). The central opening of the cysts is plugged by a tiny blackhead. If the cysts get infected or inflamed, the affected area may become red, tender, and swollen.

To diagnose an Epidermoid cyst, a doctor basically examines the small bump and the surrounding skin, and check out the sufferer's medical history. For officially confirming the diagnosis, the doctor may sometimes require an ultrasound or may refer the patient to a dermatologist.

Although Epidermoid cysts are characteristically non-cancerous, they may sometimes, in rare cases, lead to serious health complications like malignant tumors and skin cancer.

Causes of Epidermoid Cysts

The most common cause of the occurrence of Epidermoid cysts is the build-up of 'Keratin,' a protein which is naturally present in the skin cells. The appearance of the cysts results from the trapping of the Keratin protein beneath the skin due to some kind of disruption to the skin or to a hair follicle.

In most cases, the development of Epidermoid cysts is linked to acne or other skin conditions, skin injury or skin trauma, HPV infection, surgery, or excessive sun exposure.

Treatment of Epidermoid Cysts

Epidermoid cysts mostly stop growing on their own and subside after some time, without any treatment. Moreover, since these cysts are non-cancerous, they do not pose any potential risk to the affected individuals.

Most Epidermoid cysts are, therefore, never treated. But, if the cyst gets infected, or if it leads to redness or swelling, or if changes in size or character, the affected individuals should consult a doctor to have the cyst treated. Generally, the treatment options for Epidermoid cysts include the use of antibiotics and drainage.

Herbal Remedies for Epidermoid Cysts by Planet Ayurveda

Planet Ayurveda herbal products manufacturing company offers some excellent herbal remedies such as Kanchnaar Guggul, Navkarshik churna, Arogyavardhini Vati & Erand Oil, which can prove to be very effective in managing Epidermoid cysts. The remedies are prepared under the guidance of renowned Ayurveda experts. These remedies are safe to use because they are prepared from 100% pure and natural herbs.

1. Kanchnaar Guggul

These tablets are prepared from two potent herbs -- Kachnaar (Bauhinia variegata) and Guggul (Commiphora mukul) -- along with a combination of some other useful herbs. These herbs include: Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica), Ginger (Zingiber officinale), Varuna (Crataeva nurvala), Black pepper (Piper nigrum), and Pippali (Piper longum).

The regular use of Kachnaar Guggul tablets is helpful in treating skin diseases, managing fistula, treating liver cysts, maintaining healthy muscle mass, managing tumors/cancers, managing Lipoma (tumors consisting of fatty tissue), treating obesity, and keeping the kidneys healthy.

Recommended dosage of Kachnaar Guggul tablets for managing Epidermoid cysts is: 2 tablets with plain water, thrice a day, after meals.

2. Navkarshik Churna

This churna is an amazing herbal powder prepared from a blend of beneficial herbs which are widely known for their anti-inflammatory, blood-purifying and immunity-enhancing actions. These herbs include: Neem (Azadirachta indica), Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia), Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Vibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica), Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Katuki (Picrorhiza kurroa), Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia), Vacha (Acorus calamus), and Daru haldi (Berberis aristata).

The herbal components of Navkarshik churna have the ability to cleanse the blood, improve skin texture and complexion, eliminate toxins from the body, boost the immune system, treat liver disorders, regulate the heat in the body, and balance the body's Vata and Pitta doshas.

Recommended dosage of Navkarshik churna for managing Epidermoid cysts is: 1 teaspoonful of the churna, twice a day, with plain water, after meals.

3. Arogyavardhini Vati

These tablets are an excellent natural supplement for improving and enhancing overall health and well-being. The preparation of these tablets is based on an ancient Ayurvedic formulation, which involves the use of some extremely beneficial natural components including: Shudh Parad (Purified Mercury), Shudh Gandhaka (Purified Sulphur), Lauh Bhasm (calcined Iron), Abhraka bhasma (Mica), Tamra Bhasma (Copper purified), Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Amalaki (Emblica officianalis), Vibhitaki (Terminalia belerica), Shudha Shilajatu (Asphaltum), Shuddh Guggul (purified Commiphora mukul), Chitraka moola (Plumbago zeylanica), and Katuka (Picorrhiza kurro).

The use of these tablets is beneficial in balancing the body's Vata, Pitta and Kapha energies, treating skin problems, maintaining a healthy immune system, strengthening the body, maintaining a healthy liver, treating jaundice, treating stomach disorders, controlling cholesterol levels, treating obesity, and removing unwanted fats from the body.

Recommended dosage of Arogyavardhini Vati tablets for managing Epidermoid cysts is: 1-2 tablets, two or three times a day, with lukewarm water, after meals.

4. Erand Oil

Erand oil (known as Castor oil in English) is prepared from 'Erandmoola' herb (Ricinus Communis) which has the ability to treat various kinds of Vata disorders, as well as balance Pitta and Kapha doshas. This herb is used widely in Ayurvedic formulations, particularly in preparing oils which are helpful in maintaining healthy muscles and joints.

The external application of Erand oil is very useful in treating several skin conditions like boils and furuncles, treating worm infestation, curing abdominal disorders, treating Arthritis and facial paralysis, managing urinary infections, promoting hair growth, and relieving pain in lumbago and sciatica.

Application of Erand oil for managing Epidermoid cysts: A few drops of the oil should be applied externally on the affected area.

Where to buy Erand Oil?

To buy Erand Oil from Planet Ayurveda, please mail us at herbalremedies123@yahoo.com

Conclusion

Planet Ayurveda's herbal formulations for the management of Epidermoid cysts do not contain any additives, chemicals, preservatives, dyes, binders, starch, yeast, colors, or fillers. However, it is advisable to use these formulations after consulting an Ayurveda practitioner.

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