Pustular psoriasis is a rare form of psoriasis with symptoms of clearly defined, raised bumps with pus or pustules surrounded by red skin underneath and around them. Red patches of raised skin with silvery scales is the early symptoms of pustular psoriasis.
Herbal Cure for Pustular Psoriasis
Herbal treatment to cure pustular psoriasis is not new. Herbal cure for psoriasis is extremely popular in China although most people seek steroid treatments first before turning to natural therapies. Since western science has declared there is no cure for psoriasis, so why are the reasons for you to consult your dermatologists and seek treatment from them. It is a waste of time and money for you.
Monk Herbal Cure To Treat Pustular Psoriasis Naturally
Our herbal medications provides people with a completely different cure which is attainable and real than western steroid treatments. We are particularly interested in recruiting people who have tried numerous psoriasis steroid cream, lotion, ointment, spray, oil, etc, with no success. When people are helpless in finding a real cure for their pustular psoriasis, they are more likely to try and appreciate the herbal cure provided by us.
Herbal Therapy to Cure Pustular Psoriasis
Treating pustular psoriasis with herbal therapy is not uncommon in China and many countries around the world. All western steroid treatments seem to work only for a short period of time or have limited efficacy, therefore, people start to look around for alternative and natural cure. Our Monk herbal cream product series are a lot more effective than prescription medicines because the herbal therapy clears up underlying cause of pustular psoriasis as well.
Natural Therapy to Treat Pustular Psoriasis with Herbs
Monk herbal medicine is effective for different kinds of psoriasis, including pustular, plaque, guttate, inverse, erythrodermic. Monk herbal medications also cure psoriasis on different parts of the body, including fingernail, nail, body, palm, face, ear, penis, psoriatic arthritis. Our home therapies for pustular psoriasis include spray, lotion, cream, ointment, oil, shampoo, gel.
Home Remedy to Treat Pustular Psoriasis
Although there are numerous ways to treat pustular psoriasis, including steroid, topical cream, phototherapy, PUVA, UVB, systemic medications, many remedies are only for control of symptoms. Herbal remedies are also popular but many are fake herbal remedies. Our Monk herbal remedy has stood the test of time as the herbs used are made based on an ancient herbal formula which originates more than 1500 years ago.
Home Therapy to Heal Pustular Psoriasis with Monk Herbal Medicine
People need to understand that fact that your doctor, GP, skin specialist and dermatologist think there is no cure for psoriasis, including pustular psoriasis, therefore, it is ridiculous to seek medical consultation and prescription therapy from them when there are herbal therapies which clearly give much better treatment results and even a real cure. Monk herbal therapies are topical therapies for permanent cure on chronic and severe pustular psoriasis.
Symptoms of Pustular Psoriasis
Pustular psoriasis has various forms such as acute pustular psoriasis, chronic pustular psoriasis. Acute pustular psoriasis starts with a fever and then skin symptoms with ring-shaped pustules. These pustules often affects palms and soles called palmoplantar pustulosis.
Pustular psoriasis is a very rare form of psoriasis but it affects all races and men and women as well. People with pustular psoriasis are averaged 45-50 years old and rarely affect children.
Causes of Pustular Psoriasis
The following causes are associated with pustular psoriasis:
- People who have taken systemic steroid medications and then discontinue them
- Psoriasis treatments with salicylic acid
- Phenylbutazone or oxyphenbutazone, nonsteroidal
- Topical psoriasis cream, ointments, lotion, including steroid, coal tar, anthralin
- Topical shampoo including zinc pyrithione
- UVB, phototherapy
Symptoms of Pustular Psoriasis
Early symptoms of pustular psoriasis include fever, chills, headache, joint pain, nausea and appearance of pustules on the skin.
The body parts where pustular psoriasis is located are bends and folds in the skin. Nails can also be affected by pustular psoriasis.
Palms and soles are also affected by pustule psoriasis with white and yellow pustules.
Topical Therapy for Pustular Psoriasis
Early therapies for pustular psoriasis are usually topical cream, lotion and ointment such as corticosteroids, vitamin D, anthralin, retinoids, coal tar. Since these topical therapies have adverse effects on the skin or the body, it is suggested not to take topical therapies for long time.
Vitamin D such as calcipotriene (Dovonex) reduces skin cell production. Dovonex is mainly used for mild to moderate pustular psoriasis. Dovonex can be in the form of spray, ointment, lotion, cream.
Creams such as DHS Tar, Doak Tar, Theraplex T, are brands of coal tar for pustular psoriasis. Coal tar therapy is a topical treatment in the form of shampoo, cream, oil, ointment, lotion, gel, paste. Coal tar treats pustular psoriasis by slowing down skin cell production and relieve itching on the skin.
Corticosteroid creams such as Clobetasol (Temovate), fluocinolone (Synalar), triamcinolone, and betamethasone (Diprolene) are commonly prescribed corticosteroids to treat pustular psoriasis.
Tree bark extract
Tree bark extract such as Anthralin (Dithranol, Anthra-Derm, Drithocreme) is a kind of herbal cream effective for pustular psoriasis. Anthralin may cause staining and skin irritation. Anthralin can be in the form of cream, ointment, shampoo, oil, spray, or paste.
Topical retinoid cream, or tazarotene (Tazorac) shrink red patches and reduce redness of the skin and is available as a gel, shampoo, cream, lotion, ointment, oil. Topical retinoid cream can be combined with corticosteroid to stop skin irritation of pustular psoriasis.
Phototherapy to Treat Pustule Psoriasis
Phototherapy, or ultraviolet light therapy slows down skin cell production and inhibit inflammation. When your pustular psoriasis is resistant to topical therapies, light therapy, UVB violet therapy and phototherapy are needed.
PUVA Therapy to Treat Pustule Psoriasis
PUVA therapy combines psoralen therapy and ultraviolet light therapy. Methoxsalen is a psoralen in combination with ultraviolet light therapy. Most people report improvement of symptoms after PUVA therapy. People usually take two to three PUVA therapy per week and maintenance treatments every two to four weeks until pustule psoriasis goes into remission. Side effects from PUVA therapy are burning, itching and nausea, skin cancer, cataracts. It would be very difficult to people with pustule psoriasis to start PUVA therapy as the skin is too toxic and tender.
UVB Ultraviolet Therapy to Cure Pustular Psoriasis
Pustular psoriasis can also be treated with ultraviolet B or in combination with other topical therapies. It may take people more time to take UVB ultraviolet therapy than other topical therapies.
Systemic Therapy to Treat Pustular Psoriasis
Systemic therapy such as retinoids is for severe pustular psoriasis. Topical therapies or phototherapy is better used for chronic and mild pustular psoriasis.
Psoralens helps the skin to get more sensitive to light when combined with phototherapy or UVB ultraviolet light therapy. Brand names of psoralens include methoxsalen (Oxsoralen-Ultra) and trioxsalen (Trisoralen).
Etanercept is a prescription drug for psoriatic arthritis. Enbrel is a brand name of etanercept is a protein regulating immune system to reduce inflammation of the skin. Other drugs in this class as Etanercept include Stelara, Humira, Remicade, Amevive.
The brand name for methotrexate is Rheumatrex. Methotrexate slows down skin cell production and suppress immune system. Make sure you have normal liver and kidney function while taking methotrexate or Rheumatrex.
Cyclosporine is a prescription medicine with brand names such as Sandimmune, Neoral. Cyclosporine medicine treats pustular psoriasis by slow down production of skin cell and suppress immune system.