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Vasu Cutisora Lotion

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Vasu Cutisora Lotion Information

Vasu Cutisora Lotion is an ayurvedic medicine that is primarily used for the treatment of Skin Disorders and Diseases, Psoriasis. Secondary and off-label uses of Vasu Cutisora Lotion have also been mentioned below. The key ingredients of Vasu Cutisora Lotion are Karanja, Amla, Giloy, Manjishtha, Black Pepper, Neem. The properties of which have been shared below. The correct dosage of Vasu Cutisora Lotion depends on the patient's age, gender, and medical history. This information has been provided in detail in the dosage section.

Ingredients of Vasu Cutisora Lotion

Karanja
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Drugs used for the treatment of fungal infections to destroy the pathogenic fungus.

  • Agents which prevent microbial replication and growth by either killing microorganisms or ceasing their actions.

Amla
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

Giloy
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

  • Agents that supress bleeding by contracting the affected tissue.

  • Drugs which kill bacteria or inhibit their activities.

  • Agents that inhibit microbial growth or destroys microbes.

  • Substances used to supress the symptoms of allergy.

Manjishtha
  • Drugs used to reduce swelling after an injury

  • Agents that are used to prevent the growth of or killing microorganisms.

Black Pepper
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • An agent or a drug that destroys fungi or inhibits fungal growth

  • Drugs which inhibit bacterial growth.

Neem
  • Drugs used to reduce swelling after an injury

  • Agents that lead to constriction of blood vessels causing reduction of blood flow to the site.

  • A drug or a substance that reduces bleeding by contracting tissues or blood vessels.

  • Substances that arrest the growth of fungus or that kill fungi.

  • A medicine or an agent which destroyes or suppresses the growth of bacteria.

  • A drug or an agent that kills microbes and inhibits their multiplication.

  • An agent or a substance that inhibits the manifestation of immediate hypersensitivity.

Vasu Cutisora Lotion Benefits

Vasu Cutisora Lotion is used to treat the following -

Vasu Cutisora Lotion Side Effects

No side effects of Vasu Cutisora Lotion have been reported in the medical literature. However, you should always consult your doctor before using Vasu Cutisora Lotion.

Vasu Cutisora Lotion Related Warnings

  • Is the use of Vasu Cutisora Lotion safe for pregnant women? Safe Pregnant women can take Vasu Cutisora Lotion without worrying about any side effects.

  • Is the use of Vasu Cutisora Lotion safe during breastfeeding? Safe Vasu Cutisora Lotion does not have any harmful effects on breastfeeding women.

How to use Vasu Cutisora Lotion?

  • Place Vasu Cutisora Lotion on your palms then gently apply all over the skin.

General precautions for Vasu Cutisora Lotion

  • Clean/rinse your skin with normal or lukewarm water.
  • Take a bath before the applying the Vasu Cutisora Lotion.
  • Do not overuse the Vasu Cutisora Lotion. Follow the dose as per prescription.
  • Do not refridgerate the Vasu Cutisora Lotion. Make sure you keep it in a cool and dry place.
  • Consult your doctor if you're allergic to Vasu Cutisora Lotion.
  • In case of pregnancy, the woman must consult her doctor before taking Vasu Cutisora Lotion.
  • Nursing women should talk to their doctor before taking Vasu Cutisora Lotion.

This medicine data has been created by -
Dr. Braj Bhushan Ojha
BAMS, Gastroenterology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Ayurveda, Sexology, Diabetology
10 Years of Experience

References

  1. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume 1. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 1986: Page No 83-84
  2. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume 1. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 1986: Page No 5-8
  3. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume 1. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 1986: Page No 53-55
  4. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume 3. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 2001: Page No - 115 - 117
  5. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume 2. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 1999: Page No - 131 - 135
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