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Scleroderma Herbal Treatment, Prevention, Symptoms, Causes, Cured By

General Name
Medical Name
Scleroderma Symptoms
Discoloration of Extremities
Skin becomes hard
Cold Extremities
Ulcers on the Fingertips
Red spots on the Face and Chest
Pain in the Extremities
Joint Pain
Swollen Joint
Weak Muscle
Dry Eyes
Dry Mouth
Shortness of breath
Weight Loss
Joint Pain

Scleroderma Cured By

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Scleroderma is a disease of the Skin.
The autoimmune disorder that causes hardening of the Skin is known as Scleroderma. It affects the connective tissues of the body.
Scleroderma is a result of an autoimmune disorder. The immune system is a defense system of the body. Its job is to find the threat and throw them out of the body. But sometimes the Immune system misunderstands the healthy cells as harmful. It causes changes in the body and may give rise to some disorders.
In Scleroderma, the Immune System causes damage to the inner layer of the tissues. This results in hardening of the Skin.

Causes of Scleroderma
Gene Mutation
Autoimmune Disorder

If not treated properly, Scleroderma may cause
Heart Failure
Kidney Failure
Digestive Failure
Ulcers on the Finger Tips
Failure of sexual Functions
Damage to the deep internal Skin

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Materia Medica for Scleroderma

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Flaxseed Oil for Scleroderma

Have one teaspoon of Flaxseed oil, 2 times a day.

Ginger for Scleroderma

Add 1 tablespoon of grated Ginger in one cup of water. Boil it for 10 minutes. Strain and drink it twice daily.

Spinach for Scleroderma

Take 2 cups of Spinach. Steam it till soft. Have it daily.

Turmeric for Scleroderma

Mix one teaspoon of Turmeric with little water to make a paste. Apply it over the affected areas and massage it for 20 minutes. Do this daily.

Lemon for Scleroderma

Take a small Lemon and cut it into halves. Rub it over the affected areas for 15 minutes. Do this 2 to 3 times a day.

Garlic for Scleroderma

Soak a cotton ball in Garlic oil and apply it over the affected area. Gently massage for 15 minutes. Do this 2 to 3 times a day. You can also prepare a tea using Garlic cloves.
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