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Nisore Oil 100 ml

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Nisore Oil For Psoriasis, Eczema, and Skin Complaints:

Nisore Oil is a highly potent yet gentle topical preparation for psoriasis, eczema and other skin ailments. It soothes and heals the skin and controls the proliferation of scaly skin tissue. Its astringent and antibacterial properties speed up the healing process by protecting the skin from infections. Nisore Oil also moisturizes affected skin and relieves any discomfort caused by dryness and itching.

Key Indications:

  • Psoriasis
  • Eczema
  • Fungal infections
  • Bacterial skin infections

Contraindications

There have been no safety precautions identified during clinical testing. However, avoid use during pregnancy and lactation.

Dosage

Apply the oil to affected areas of the skin twice daily or as directed by your physician and leave sufficient time for absorption. Once the oil is applied avoid exposure to the sun.

Additional Treatment Plan Considerations

To quicken the healing process you can combine this treatment with Nisore Capsules, which are to be taken internally.

Main Actions

  • Antipsoriatic - controls hyper proliferation of skin cells (increased dermal cell production commonly seen in Psoriasis)
  • Thophorestorative - quickens healing of skin lesions/burns
  • Emollient - moisturizes and smoothens dry and scaly skin
  • Anti-pruritic - controls itching
  • Antimicrobial - controls infections (bacterial / viral / fungal)
  • Antioxidant - control hyper-pigmentation of affected areas

Key Ingredients

  • Wrightia tinctoria (Indrayava)
  • Psoralea corylifolia (Bakuchi)
  • Nigella sativa (Krishana jeeraka):
  • Rubia cordyfolia (Manjishta):
  • Cocos nucifera (Coconut)

Further Reading and References:

  1. Srivastava R, 2014. 'A review on phytochemical, pharmacological, and pharmacognostical profile of Wrightia tinctoria: Adulterant of kurchi' Pharmacognosy Reviews, 8 (15), p. 36.
  2. Chopra B, Dhingra A K and Dhar K L, 2013, 'Psoralea corylifolia L. (Buguchi) — Folklore to modern evidence: Review' Fitoterapia, Volume 90, October 2013, Pages 44-56.
  3. Ali, B. H. and Blunden, G. (2003), Pharmacological and toxicological properties of Nigella sativa. Phytotherapy Research, 17: 299–305. doi: 10.1002/ptr.1309.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Has Nisore Oil been tested for anti-psoriatic activity?

To evaluate the anti-psoriatic nature of Nisore Oil human epidermal cells were treated with different concentrations of Nisore Oil. The results showed anti-psoriatic activity. Therefore, the findings support the potential psoriatic inhibitory activity of Nisore Oil.

Is there any toxicity concern shown in the study of Nisore Oil?

Some herbal chemicals can induce mutations and can also be responsible for future mutations. Mutations are responsible for abnormal cell growth that could lead to toxicity and cancer. To test that there is no such effect, Nisore Oil has been subjected to comprehensive research study. Using analysis known as 'bacterial reverse mutation' method, Nisore Oil has been tested for mutagenicity, toxicity and carcinogenicity. The study showed that there was no significant finding for such toxicity.

Nisore Oil 100 ml