Treatment for Urticaria

As urticaria has its origin in the gastro-intestinal tract, the best way to commence the treatment is to adopt an all-fruit diet for about five days. In this regimen, the patient should take three meals a day of fresh juicy fruits such as oranges, apples, pineapples, grapes, pear, peach and papaya. A warm-water enema should be used daily during this period to cleanse the bowels. The patient should also drink a liberal amount of hot water.

After the all-fruit diet, the patient may embark upon a well-balanced diet consisting of seeds, nuts, grains, vegetables and fruits. The emphasis should be on fresh fruits and raw vegetable salad. The patient should avoid tea, coffee, alcohol, flesh foods, refine foods and all food items which are difficult to digest. The patient should drink at least eight glasses of water daily between meals. A glass of water containing the juice of half a lemon may be taken one hour before each meals and also between meals.

The patient should spend two or three days on an all-fruit diet at regular intervals. This will further cleanse the system matters and help recovery. Certain home remedies have been found beneficial in the treatment of Urticaria. The use of  salt is valuable in urticaria accompanied by digestive disorders. In such a condition, about 12 grams of salt should be dissolved in water and taken by the patient. The throat should be tickled to induce vomiting and this should provide relief and help in curing eruptions.

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