Recipe 1: Fifteen water chestnuts and preserved vinegar 80 ml.
Administration: The water chestnuts are washed clean, peeled, soaked in the vinegar and then boiled in a non-metal pot for 10 minutes on a slow fire. The vinegary water chestnuts are pounded to prepare a paste for external application to the skin lesions, which are then wrapped in a piece of gauze, once a day.Indication: This paste is used to treat psoriasis due to heat pathogens in the blood. Mild cases may be cured within 3-5 days, while severe cases can be cured in one week. The application of this paste may cause local itching and slight pain:
Recipe 2: An adequate amount of pomegranate peel and sesame oil 30 ml.
Administration: The pomegranate peel is burned, and 10 g of the charred powder is mixed with sesame oil to prepare a paste for external application, twice a day for one week.
Indication: This paste is used to treat psoriasis due to dryness pathogens in the blood.
Recipe 3: Black plums 500 g and a small amount of sugar.
Administration: The black plums, with the pits removed, are boiled in water to prepare a syrup with sugar for oral intake of 9 g with warm water, 3 times a day until the disease is cured.
Indication: The plum syrup can enrich Yin and moisten dryness to treat psoriasis due to dryness pathogens in the blood.
Recipe 4: Walnuts 60 g.
Administration: The walnuts are pounded, and the oil in the paste is absorbed with filter paper. The pounded walnuts are put into a gauze bag for rubbing the skin lesions, 2-3 times a day.
Indication: This method is used to treat psoriasis in women due to disturbance of Chongmai and Renmai.
Recipe 5: Yiyiren (Job's tears) 30 g, Cheqianzi (plantain seed) 15 g (wrapped in a cloth bag), silkworm feces 9 g (wrapped in a cloth bag) and an adequate amount of sugar.
Administration: Three bowls of decoction of Cheqianzi and silkworm feces is used to make a gruel with Yiyiren and sugar for oral intake once a day for 10 days.
Indication: This gruel can clear heat, resolve dampness and eliminate poison to treat psoriasis due to attack of damp-heat pathogens.
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