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Title: PINAR ARSLANTAS 060205003


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PINAR ARSLANTAS 060205003
  • MEDICINE AND MAGIC
  • ARZU TÜRKER

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CONTENT
  • Dermatologic conditions
  • Wound healing
  • Burns
  • Atopic dermatits
  • Acne
  • Pruritis

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DERMATOLOGIC CONDITIONAL
  • There are many herbal therapies available for
    dermatological disease that patients have already
    begun to discover.
  • The use of herbal therapy by dermatology
    patients is on the rise some patients have lost
    hope standart treatment have failed to be
    effective for them.

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  • There are five major forms of topical
    application of herbs
  • CreamsA cream is an oil-in-water emulsion and is
    essentially the same as a lotion(altough lotions
    tend to be thinner.)
  • OintmentsAn ointmentis an oil-and-wax mixture
    and is also referred to as a salve or unguent.

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  • PoulticesA polutice is the direct application of
    a crude,undried substance to the skin.
  • CompressesA compress(also called a
    fomentation)is created when an extract of a plant
    is soaked into a cloth and then applied directly
    to the skin.
  • PowdersPowders are sometimes mixed with water
    and other substances to form a paste.

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  • Wound healing
  • Burns
  • Atopic dermatits
  • Acne
  • Pruritis

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Wound Healing
  • Botanical treatment of wounds is an ancient
    art,given that wounds have essentially always
    been an issue in medicine and today is no
    exception.There are innumerable remedies for
    wounds as a result.

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USE OF HERBS FOR WOUND HEALING
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Arnica Montana
  • Doses and routes
  • CompressLiquid,1 tablespoon of tincture per
    500ml of water
  • OintmentApply 3-5 times per day(inferior)
  • Specific indication(s)
  • Wounds with associated bruises,sprains or deep
    muscular sorenesschronic wounds with stickly
    bases and poor granulation.

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Calendula Officinalis
  • Doses and routes
  • CompressLiquid,2 tablespoons of herb per cup of
    water(steep 15 for minutes)
  • PoulticeReapply frequently(ligthly ground with
    sufficent water to make flowers stick together)
  • Specific indication
  • Acute woudshighly sesitive patientsdo not use
    for wounds with associated bruisingburns

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Chilopsis Linearis
  • Doses and routes
  • PowderApply to wound
  • Topical tinctureApply a few drops of tincture
    directly to wound 3-5 times per day(will sting)
  • Specific indication
  • Acute wounds

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Digitalis Lanata
  • Doses and routes
  • CompressLiquid,1 teaspoon of tincture per 500ml
    of water
  • OintmentApply 3-5 times per day(inferior)
  • Specific indication
  • Chronic woundschronic ulcers

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Echinacea
  • Doses and routes
  • CompressLiquid,3-5 tablespoons of tincture per
    500ml water or 1-2 tablespoons of herb per cup of
    water(steep covered for 15 minutes) or fresh
    juice of herb
  • PoulticeLigthly grind sufficient herb to cover
    area with a small amount of water(enough to make
    the herb stick together)
  • Specific indication
  • Chronic wounds with poor granulationacute
    woundsburns

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St.JOHNs Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
  • St.Johns wort herb,
  • given the focus on its antidepressant
    activity,particularly the infusedoil,is also a
    useful wound healing agent.

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DESERT WILLOW (Chilopsis linearis)
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BURNS
  • First and second-degree burns are generally
    amenable to botanical therapy.It is unclear how
    effective or safe herbs are for treating burns
    that affect large areas of the body.

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USE OF HERBS FOR BURNING
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ALOE VERA
  • Aloe leaf gel is probably the most popular and
    well-known herbal treatment for burns.In fact,in
    some sources,its comman name is given as burn
    plat.Numerous open clinical trials have confirmed
    that aloe can help to relieve burn symptoms and
    possibly hasten recovery.

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  • To apply aloe naturally cut a leave from the
    plant. 
  • Split the leave with a sharp knife and peel the
    outer skin away. 
  • Utilise the clear gel on the wound rather than
    the yellow liquid. 

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PRICKLY PEAR (Opuntia spp.)
  • The despined pads of prickly pear are a useful
    topical treatment for treating some skin
    conditions.The rounded prickly pear or nopal pads
    are easily recognized and produce
    beatiful,delicious flowers and sweet fruits.The
    pad is cut into thinner sections and applied as a
    poultice directly to the problem area.Prickly
    pear grows everywhere in desert and is completely
    safe.

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ATOPIC DERMATITIS
  • Allergic inflammatory conditions of the skin
    are highly amenable to botonical
    treatment.However,these conditions are very
    frequently the result of food allergies,dysbiosis,
    increased intestinal permeabilitiy,or other
    systematic problems.Therefore,it is critical to
    treat these problems if the lesions are ever to
    be healed and to stay that way.

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USE OF HERBS FOR ATOPIC DERMATIT
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RHATANY ROOT (Krameria spp.)
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AGRIMONY HERB (Agrimary eupatoria)
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BISTORT RHIZOME (Polygonum bistorta)
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  • Anti-inflammatory herbs that can used internally
    or topically to help resolve atopic dermatitis
    include

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GERMAN CHAMOMILE FLOWERS
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CALENDULA FLOWER
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BLACK CURRANT (RIBES NIGRUM)
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  • Are few examples of potentially useful
    immunomodulators.

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ASIAN GINSENG (Panax ginseng)
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ELEUTHERO (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
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Schisandra chinensis
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  • Seed extract are three possibly useful systematic
    antimicrobial.

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GARLIC BULB (Allium sativum)
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OREGON GRAPE ROOT (Mahonia aquifolium)
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GRAPE FRUIT (Citrus paradisi)
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  • All these herbs are extremely safe.

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ACNE VULGARIS
  • The underlying causes of acne vulgaris are
    somewhat obscure,making it difficult to target
    therapy at them.
  • It is clear that the first specific
    pathophysiologic event observed in people with
    acne is overproduction of sebum.
  • Acne is incredibly common in developed world.

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USE OF HERBS FOR ACNE VULGARIES
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OREGON GRAPE FRUIT
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YELLOW DOCK (Rumex crispus)
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CHIRETTA (Swertia chirate)
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DANDELION (Taraxacum officinale)
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  • Yarrow(Achillea millefolium) herb is an aromatic
    digestive stimulant with a weaker effect on the
    liver than ginger but also has that herbs anti
    inflammatory effect.

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PRURITIS
  • Pruritis is the sensation of itching.
  • Itching frequently occurs in association with
    inflammotory skin diseases.
  • The release of proteinases during the process of
    inflammation may also important role.

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USE OF HERB FOR PRURITIS
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Stellaria media
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  • Many of these therapies are considered "natural"
    and therefore harmless.
  • Many patients believe these products have "fewer"
    side-effects. Herbal therapies should be regarded
    as drugs. Since drugs have side-effects, such
    events can be seen with herbals.

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  • Author(s) Brown DJ, Dattner AM said that

The traditional practice of topically treating
dermatologic conditions with plant-derived
medicines predates the cultures of ancient Egypt
and remains vital today in the industrialized
cultures of both the United States and Europe.
Recent scientific studies lend support to some of
the claims of herbal practitioners for the safety
and efficacy of many herbs
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