Dr. Jagruti Kokani*, Manish Patel and Vigna Vyas


Ichthyosis is a rare condition characterized by hyperpigmented, hyperkeratinized, dry and scaly skin lesions. The signs and symptoms of inherited ichthyosis typically manifest at birth or during the first year of life. In Ayurveda, this condition can be referred to as Adibalapravrut (~hereditary anomalies)/Janmabalapravrrut (~congenital anomalies) Vyadhi (~disease/syndrome). This suggests that the Vyadhi is challenging to remedy or incurable. In this case, we can determine whether the patient experienced satisfactory relief after reaching 20 years of age through Ayurvedic treatment. This would suggest that the chosen approach was effective for their condition at that stage. A 21-year-old female patient presented with hyperkeratinized and hyperpigmented lesions with deep cracks, predominantly affecting her extremities, back, and abdomen. These symptoms had been present since birth but had progressively worsened over the years. Despite seeking medical attention at a nearby allopathic hospital and taking allopathic medication, the patient experienced no relief from her symptoms. Consequently, she decided to explore Ayurvedic medicine and sought treatment at our hospital. The hereditary nature of ichthyosis presents a challenging aspect for its treatment due to its genetic basis. The successful treatment of ichthyosis through Ayurveda after two decades of the patient's life underscores the importance of exploring alternative therapeutic approaches beyond conventional medical practices.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Ichthyosis Vulgaris, Panchakarma (~five internal bio-cleansing therapies)

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