Natural Dermatology Treatment
Common plaque psoriasis treated with internal Chinese herbs plus Zi Zai Dermatology’s PsoriaHerbal 1 Ointment. These results after only 4.5 months of natural dermatology treatment. Patient’s skin was fully stabile for one year. It got aggravated after a respiratory infection (a common trigger in psoriasis) and we quickly got it under control again and patient was able to discontinue herbs.
Dermatology is a recognized specialty in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). TCM texts described the symptoms and treatment of many various skin diseases hundreds of years prior to their recognition in western medicine. Since ailments affecting the skin were referred to by various names over the course of Chinese medical history, we will refer to the skin conditions recognized in TCM by their modern western names below.
Traditional Chinese Dermatology uses various methods to treat skin diseases and their associated symptoms naturally. We use internal (ingested) Chinese herbal formulations, external (topically-applied) herbal preparations, dietary improvements and lifestyle recommendations. We do not use steroids or antibiotics in our holistic, natural dermatology treatments of skin conditions.
**We do not diagnose or treat skin cancer. If we suspect a skin lesion may be cancerous (or require treatment by steroids or antibiotics), we will refer you to a local western dermatologist for additional care.
Skin Conditions We Treat Naturally
- Allergic Contact Dermatitis (incl. poison ivy)
- Alopecia Areata
- Athlete’s Foot (Tinea)
- Atopic Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
- Fungal Infections (Tinea)
- Herpes Simplex (cold cores, genital herpes)
- Hives (Urticaria)
- Lichen Planus
- Lichen Simplex
- Molluscum Contagiosum
- Nummular Eczema
- Perioral/Periorbital Dermatitis
- Pityriasis Versicolor (Tinea Versicolor, yeast infection)
- Polymorphic Light Eruption (PMLE)
- Pompholyx Eczema (Dishydrotic Eczema)
- Pruritis (Itching)
- Psoriasis (including psoriatic arthritis)
- Ringworm (Tinea)
- Seborrheic Dermatitis
- Shingles (Herpes Zoster)
- Stasis Eczema
- Warts (viral)