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Frequently Asked Questions – Sorion Australia

We have aimed to cover enough ground on this site to help give you all the information you need to try the Sorion range.

If you want to address any health issue, then we also strongly recommend booking a free 15 minute consultation with Dr Rama Prassad, who is an Ayurvedic Doctor with more than 30 years of optimal health study and coaching experience.

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Please see our Skin Articles page for a lot more detail on Sorion, Skin and Ayurveda – we hope there is something in there for everyone.

And find below a list of Frequently Asked Questions, that may help with any other information you may require.

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Use Sorion sparingly, no need to rub it in, but apply gently, and try not to rub or scratch.

Within a few weeks of use, most people find their dry skin improving dramatically.

Of course, we are all different, and Sorion products won’t work for absolutely everyone.

For one thing, it’s often the case that you may need to use the cream for at least six weeks with daily care to see really great results.

There are sometimes some mixed reactions including itchiness, a change of skin tone, or small red spots that may occur. This is normal, so in these cases use common sense, and stop use if the reaction is painful or uncomfortable.

You may choose to attempt to use more sparingly, or even mix with a little petroleum jelly to dilute. This approach has worked for many, but please stop using it immediately and do seek medical advice if your rare reactions persist.

All the very best in your journey! Chat with us if you have any concerns. We are here to help.

Sorion Cream is made with a base of Coconut Oil and Shea Butter. and exotic herbs like Neem, Turmeric, Indian Madder and Pala indigo.

Our formula is based on the Ancient Indian Tradition of Ayurveda, that spans over 6000 years.

Our five main plants. Cocos Nucifera, Azadirachta indica, Curcuma longa, Rubia cordifolia, Wrightia tinctoria. 

Very particular particles of these plants are used, based on thorough Biotechnological research, and have been thoroughly tested for their efficacy and safety.  

To see more details on the ingredients see here

There is no ONE specific cause for psoriasis.

Here is what we have observed in general. An inflammatory lifestyle combined with stress is commonly found in most psoriasis sufferers.

Prolonged habits such as late nights, missing breakfast, dinner being the larger meals, a carb dominant nutrition etc are found to be present in them as well as immune compromising and inflammatory factors. Most sufferers had not done any sufficient gut rest, flush or repair for years.

Don’t try to do this without your particular physiology being observed, and under the guidance of a qualified professional

It’s easy to think of psoriasis as just a “skin condition.” But psoriasis actually starts underneath the skin – in your gut. While its known as a chronic (long-lasting) disease of the immune system that can range from mild to severe, there are people with long term remissions.

If not effectively treated, like most chronic diseases, psoriasis may be associated with other health conditions such as psoriatic arthritis, Type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

A holistic mind-body approach in order to address Psoriasis effectively. But, if you look at Psoriasis as a skin-only problem, there is no long term relief. This will only result in upping prescriptions and dosages! But, if you consider lifestyle, gut functions, and tissue states we have hope for long term remission. Also, a de-stressing technique is also vital.

There is a huge range of herbs and recipes that are anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, or immune-corrective in nature. A practitioner can give you a suitable product or a tailored program for you.

Find out more from Dr Rama – a good read – here: Ayurveda skin clinic

To address Psoriasis effectively requires a mind-body approach. If you look at Psoriasis as a skin-only problem, there is not much long term relief. But, if you consider the client’s lifestyle, gut functions, and tissue states we have hope for long term remission. Also, a de-stressing technique is also vital.

There is a huge range of herbs and recipes that are anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, or immune-corrective in nature. An Ayurvedic practitioner who focuses on optimal wellness, can give you suitable products and a tailored program.

While there are hundreds of creams in the market including homemade calendula and lavender ones, a compound that has evidence-based, time-tested, natural herbs is the best to avoid any known damages from just the chemical elements. Dr. Rama Prasad has came across hundreds of creams in Australia, During an overseas trip, he tripped in Sorion. His clients responded well to the sample tubes. Then he decided to bring more and now has one into business with a very close friend and partner – and so we have this nice new website. Hope you like it, and you find it useful. Let us know what you think! 😉 

The diet works for psoriasis and eczema are very similar.

It should be high in alkaline energy to speed up the cell repair and reduce the inflammation.

It should be low in starch, sugar and fermentable items such as grains, sugars, flours and dairy are the major groups that can cause inflammation and slow down the healing.

Eating well is one part. Eating when the body can actually digest is another thing. This requires checking the digestive and metabolic organs so that one can eat the right meal at the right time.

To speed up the healing there are many more alkaline techniques that are scientifically proven that we can help you with.

We recommend either a free online one-on-one consultation with Dr Rama, which will quickly dive deep into your specific pathology, and explain the answers to any condition. We are so confident in this, as we have thousands of followers who have discovered same, and healed their illnesses naturally, using Dr Rama’s wisdom.

Cure is a word that increasingly avoided by the doctors. To achieve longer remissions, one needs to alkalise (psoriasis is due to high intracellular acidity) and energise (low vitality and autoimmune states) with body friendly routine and body purifications.

Psoriasis arthritis is a long-term inflammatory arthritis that occurs in people affected by the autoimmune disease psoriasis. The classic feature of psoriatic arthritis is swelling of entire fingers and toes with a sausage-like appearance. This often happens in association with changes to the nails such as small depressions in the nail, thickening of the nails, and detachment of the nail from the nailbed. Ayurveda/holistic medicine upgrades the metabolism, flushes the inflammation and corrects the immune system via home cleanses and proven phytotherapy.

Psoriasis can affect any part of your body. Nails, palms, ad scalp are no exceptions. Scalp psoriasis is a common skin condition that makes raised, reddish, often scaly patches. It can appear as a single patch or several, and can even affect your entire scalp. It can also spread to your forehead, the back of your neck, or behind and inside your ears.

Ayurveda/holistic medicine upgrades the metabolism, flushes the inflammation and corrects the immune system via home cleanses, proven phytotherapy and creams.

There two main groups. Natural and chemical.

One type of natural treatment may address just your skin with creams and anti-psoriatic products and therapies. The other type will look at as a gut-skin phenomenon and rebuild the gut functions while repairing the skin. The latter is more complete and holistic, also will provide longer remissions.

Ayurveda/holistic medicine upgrades the metabolism, flushes the inflammation and corrects the immune system via home cleanses and proven phytotherapy.

There two main groups. Natural and chemical.

One type of natural treatment may address just your skin with creams and anti-psoriatic products and therapies. The other type will look at as a gut-skin phenomenon and rebuild the gut functions while repairing the skin. The latter is more complete and holistic, also will provide longer remissions.

Ayurveda/holistic medicine upgrades the metabolism, flushes the inflammation and corrects the immune system via home cleanses and proven phytotherapy.

There are two forms of psoriasis that can be seen on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. A milder form causes the feet or hands to be dry and scaly, and a more severe form causes pustules to form on the feet or hands.  

Ayurveda/holistic medicine upgrades the metabolism, flushes the inflammation and corrects the immune system via home cleanses and proven phytotherapy.

Eczema and psoriasis are two conditions that are often confused for each other, but are very different. Both are categorised under dermatitis.

Eczema is a group of conditions in which the skin is hot, dry, itchy and scaly. In severe outbreaks, the skin may become raw, red and bleed. Eczema is thought to be a reaction to environmental irritants or allergies, and symptoms are worsened by stress and hormonal fluctuations.

Psoriasis is an autoimmune inflammatory skin condition. It is marked by patches of raised reddish skin, covered with a whitish silver layer. The most common form (plaque psoriasis) is common on the knees, elbows, scalp and lower back. More here!

Effective treatments in natural medicine may include an alkaline nutrition plan, anti-proriasic herbs, gut repair and flush. This may result in longer remissions.

All health systems have treatments for psoriasis. If you treat it as a skin disease, there is no long term relief. But, as in Ayurveda, if you treat it as a lifestyle related gut and tissue problem, there is.

All health systems have treatments for eczema. Most of them treat eczema as a skin condition. As an effect, eczema is suppressed and astha is a very common results. Once both are established, these two conditions will start playing “catch me if you can” game. Meaning, when an asthma responds to the dermatologist’s treatment, asthma pops up. When medications controls asthma, eczema appears.

Ayurveda has established the gut-skin connection thousands of years back. If we treat eczema just as a skin disease, there is no long term relief. But, as in Ayurveda, if you treat it as a lifestyle related gut and tissue problem, there is.

The most common form of eczema (dermatitis) is atopic dermatitis and is not contagious. However, if the raw, irritated skin of eczema becomes infected, the infecting agent may be contagious. The exact cause of atopic dermatitis is not known, but because it often occurs in family members, it is felt that a person’s inherited genes may play a role in its development.

Most of them, most of the time, espc when the air is relatively colder.

Symptoms are different for everyone in eczema. Your eczema may not look the same on you as it does on another adult, or on your child. It may even appear in different areas of the body at different times.  

Eczema is usually itchy. For many people, the itch is usually only mild, or moderate. But in some cases it can become much worse and you might develop extremely inflamed skin. Sometimes the itch gets so bad that people scratch it until it bleeds, which can make your eczema worse. This is called the “itch-scratch cycle.”

Symptoms:

Dry, sensitive skin

Red, inflamed skin

Very bad itching

Dark colored patches of skin

Rough, leathery or scaly patches of skin

Oozing or crusting

Areas of swelling

You might have all of these symptoms of eczema or only just a few. You might have some flare ups or your symptoms could go away entirely. But the only way to know if you have eczema for sure, is to visit your doctor so he or she can look at your skin and ask you about your symptoms.

Allergies have emerged as a major public health problem all over the developed countries during the twentieth century. Australia and New Zealand have among the highest prevalence of allergic disorders in the developed world.  

An Access Economics Report estimated that in 2007:

  • 4.1 million Australians (19.6% of the population) had at least one allergic disease;
  • The highest prevalence of allergies is in the working age population, with 78% of people with allergies aged 15 to 64 years;
  • There are 7.2 million cases of allergy (i.e. an average of 1.74 simultaneous allergies per person).
  • If current trends continue, there could be a 70% increase in the number of Australians with allergy, from 4.1 million in 2007 to 7.68 million by 2050 (26.1% of the population or more than one in four Australians) compared to 5.62 million (19.1%) by mid-century due to demographic ageing alone and compared to one in five Australians today.
  • In Australia there is a lack of appreciation of the impact of allergic disorders on quality of life, and even less of the economic impact to society and individuals who suffer allergic disease.  

Raising awareness of the economic and health impacts is an important factor in facilitating the early recognition and control of allergic disease.

A skin disease can be a nightmare for many as it may undermine your appearance and are a source of discomfort due to the onset of various symptoms.

Eczema is one of those conditions. While it may not be contagious, it still manages to be quite a common ailment. There are various lotions for eczema available which serve to reduce the occurrence of symptoms. There is no ONE specific reason for eczema. We have found gut disfunction in every eczema patient.

The eczema rash is one of the most distinctive features of eczema, despite the fact that its appearance will vary from person to person. Everyone with eczema will have a rash … and an itch. The typical eczema rash is dry, red, scaly and itchy.

Sorion cream Regular and Sensitive are great moisturisers as a cream.

There is no ONE cause for eczema. In other words, the cause of eczema is not fully understood. But it’s believed to be triggered by an overactive immune system that responds aggressively when exposed to irritants.

Eczema is sometimes caused by an abnormal response to proteins that are part of the body. Normally, the immune system ignores proteins that are part of the human body and attacks only the proteins of invaders, such as bacteria or viruses.

In eczema, the immune system loses the ability to tell the difference between the two, which causes inflammation. An eczema flare-up is when one or more eczema symptoms appear on the skin. Common triggers of eczema flare-ups include:

  • stress
  • synthetic fabrics
  • sweating
  • chemicals found in cleaners and detergents that dry out the skin
  • rough scratchy material, like wool
  • raised body temperature
  • temperature changes
  • sudden drop in humidity
  • food allergies
  • animal dander
  • upper respiratory infections

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis or simply AD) is a challenging condition, and it becomes worse when you develop eczema on your face. When we see it just as a skin condition, symptomatic treatments are the only available way resulting in suppression.

Being the very first body part that other people see, your face is what that helps you make an impression in the society. Any health condition associated with your face affects your daily everyday life. Having eczema on the face is one of those annoying conditions. National Eczema Association has found that eczema affects almost 32 million Americans. Out of these 32 million people, at least 17 to 18 million experience moderate to severe eczema (1). Eczema is a rash-like skin condition or group of skin conditions where the skin patches become red, itchy, rough, cracked and inflamed. Blisters may also pop up in some cases. There are many causes of eczema, including some foods, environmental factors, nutritional deficiencies, and genetic factors. Your eczema on the face picture can become the worst nightmare for you. However, knowing the exact triggers can be helpful in finding the right treatment. In this article, we will discuss some of the most common signs, symptoms, causes and natural treatments for eczema on face.

Ayurveda has complete treatment program for scabies.

Seborrheic (seb-o-REE-ik) dermatitis is a common skin condition that mainly affects your scalp. It causes scaly patches, red skin and stubborn dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis can also affect oily areas of the body, such as the face, sides of the nose, eyebrows, ears, eyelids and chest.

An antiscabetic kills the mites to speed up the skin repair. There are many natural creams and ointments such as Nalpamaradi in Ayurveda that are used individual specific.

This falls under the twag-roga category of Ayurveda. Two main groups of things in the environment cause contact dermatitis: irritants and allergens. Irritants are substances like detergents and solvents that strip the skin of its natural oils, and cause dermatitis to develop if contacted frequently and without skin protection. When this happens, the skin changes are known as an irritant contact dermatitis.

The most important factor in causing this type of contact dermatitis is the amount of irritants to which you are exposed. It is particularly common in people who do a lot of wet work, for example nurses, hairdressers, those who work in bars, and those in the catering trade. Allergens are things to which your immune system can develop a specific reaction after you have come into contact with them.

Examples include substances such as nickel, rubber, and perfumes or preservatives used in some creams and cosmetics.  This type of dermatitis is called an allergic contact dermatitis. It is not known why some people who are exposed to these allergens develop it while others do not. Sometimes substances such as proteins in fruit and vegetables can cause an immediate allergic reaction leading to itchy skin swellings known as contact urticaria (hives), which in turn can aggravate your dermatitis. Contact dermatitis cannot be caught from nor spread to other people.

All health systems have treatments for dermatitis. There are dozens of disease groups under the title dermatitis. Ayurveda sees this as a gut dysfunction that leaks toxins into the body’s water and then into the skin where they trigger an inflammatory response, to be named dermatitis.

Ayurveda looks at the whole body and life in every health condition. Ayurveda has established the gut-skin connection thousands of years back. If we treat eczema just as a skin disease, there is no long term relief. But, as in Ayurveda, if you treat it as a lifestyle related gut and tissue problem, there is!

People with a tendency to asthma, eczema and hay fever develop irritant contact dermatitis more easily than others, and this tendency does run in families. While this is the general thought, half of my clients have no genetic history.

Itching of the skin is the most common symptom. Itching can be intense. Triggers include temperature change, contact, time of the day, season etc.

Skin can gets sore, and painful cracks can develop over the backs of the fingers when dermatitis affects the hands.

The most common areas for dermatitis are the hands, arms, face and legs. During a flare, the skin gets inflamed and the surface looks red and scaly. Sometimes, tiny water blisters develop and these leak fluid when scratched. When the contact dermatitis is less active, the skin looks thick and dry, and painful little cracks can form over joints.

Yes – if you can greatly reduce your contact with irritants, then your irritant contact dermatitis will improve or clear. If patch testing shows that you are allergic to a specific allergen, then avoiding that allergen will usually lead to a big improvement or even complete clearance of your allergic contact dermatitis. To find out about available treatments please visit this page on the website of the British Association of Dermatologists, or if you think your dermatitis may be allergy related, visit this pageon the website of Allergy UK.

Its an inflammatory autoimmune skin condition with red, irritated, itchy, scaly rashes. Psoriasis causes skin cells to multiply up to 700 times faster than normal. This makes the skin build up into bumpy red patches covered with white scales. They can grow anywhere, but most appear on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back.  Psoriasis usually appears in early adulthood.

Psoriasis is bodily toxicity overflowing into the skin, where skin tissues attack it in the absence of surveillance of the immune system. In other words, Psoriasis is an inflammatory and autoimmune condition.

  1. Red, raised inflamed patches of skin.
  2. Whitish-silver scales or plaques on the red patches.
  3. Dry skin that may crack and bleed.
  4. Soreness around patches
  5. Itching and burning sensations around patches.
  6. Thick, pitted nails.
  7. Painful, swollen joints.

Ayurvedic view of psoriasis treatment is holistic. It addresses your body’s digestion, metabolism and the psoriasis pathology. It’s a time-tested and logical approach to bring your healthy self out of psoriasis. It gives you a ladder of high energy lifestyle so that you can be fully healthy and fit. We choose a step by step health building plan that includes 4 simple points.

  1.  To improve your sleep
  2.  A fitness schedule to activate your body’s natural gut functions
  3.  To boost your nutritional circulation
  4.  To actively cleanse any toxins that trigger your condition

There are thousands of over the counter Psoriasis treatment products including pills, capsules, creams, moisturisers, and ointments. Some of them help. The result can vary from person to person. To find a longer lasting solution, we must deal with it from the inside out, and apply a method to dissolve pathology and leave the physiology clean.

There are hundreds of Psoriasis treatment creams. Various normal moisturisers sometimes help a little temporarily. There are many symptom-masking products, protocols, and treatments. To find a longer lasting solution, we must apply a method to dissolve pathology and leave the physiology clean.

The Sorion range, with it’s natural plant based Biotech solutions, has satisfied many people.

Ayurvedic view of psoriasis treatment diet is holistic. It addresses your body’s digestion, metabolism and the psoriasis pathology. It’s a time-tested and logical approach to bring your healthy self out of psoriasis. It gives you a ladder of high energy lifestyle so that you can be fully healthy and fit. We choose a step by step health building plan that includes 4 simple points.

  1.    To improve your sleep, during which your body starts jumping in strength
  2.    A fitness technique to activate your body’s natural gut functions
  3.    To boost your nutritional circulation
  4.    To actively cleanse any toxins that trigger inflammation and immune reaction

Here is an important article around the link between Psoriasis and Diet. It’s important to have your individual vulnerabilities and sensitivities checked in a sensible skin clinic, which can tailor the right cleanses, herbs. diet and lifestyle tips for you.

Ayurveda believes in simple and step by step approach to keep you healthy based on human physiology. Just like a vacuum cleaner that works strongly when plugged into the powerpoint, we keep you engaged in your energy supply and circulation with a clinic-tested program. This keeps you strong in various aspects of your wellness and health and keeps the illnesses away. We provide strong support.

Ayurveda has time-tested topical and tissue remedies for scalp psoriasis. Psoriasis treatments for scalp or skin, is done exactly the same way. We work you – your gut flora, fitness, power routine, and cell-functionality.

We are excited to announce that we will also be adding to the Sorion range with an amazing Shampoo, and a specific Scalp Lotion – designed to maximise the effects. 

How to address your health during Psoriasis is done by working on your gut flora, fitness, power routine, and cell-purity.

Atopic eczema is an inflammatory condition of the skin. Atopic is the term used to describe conditions such as eczema, asthma, seasonal rhinitis and hay fever, which often have a genetic basis. Eczema is the term used to describe changes in the upper layer of the skin that include redness, blistering, oozing, crusting, scaling, thickening and sometimes pigmentation (although not all of these changes will necessarily occur together). The words eczema and dermatitis are interchangeable and mean the same thing: thus atopic eczema is the same as atopic dermatitis. For simplicity we shall use atopic eczema in this leaflet. Atopic eczema affects both sexes equally and usually starts in the first weeks or months of life. It is most common in children, affecting at least 10% of infants at some stage. It usually disappears during childhood, although it can carry on into adult life or come back in the teenage or early adult years. It may occasionally develop for the first time in adulthood.

This is still not fully understood. A tendency to atopic conditions often runs in families (see below) and is part of your genetic make-up. In people with atopic eczema, the function of their skin as a barrier to the outside world does not work well, so that irritant and allergy-inducing substance enter their skin, and may cause dryness and inflammation. Atopic eczema is not catching.

Yes. Atopic eczema (as well as asthma and hay fever) tends to run in families. If one or both parents suffer from eczema, asthma or hay fever, it is more likely that their children will suffer from them too. In addition, there is a tendency for these conditions to run true to type within each family: in other words, in some families, most of the affected members will have eczema, and, in others, asthma or hay fever will predominate.

The main symptom is itch. Scratching in response to itch may be the cause for many of the changes seen on the skin. Itching can be bad enough to interfere with sleep, causing tiredness and irritability.

Atopic eczema can affect any part of the skin, including the face, but the areas most commonly affected are the bends of the elbows and knees, and around the wrists and neck (a flexural pattern). Other common appearances of atopic eczema include discrete coin-sized areas of inflammation (a discoid pattern), and numerous small bumps that coincide with the hair follicles (a follicular pattern). If you have eczema, it is likely your skin will be red and dry, and scratch marks (and bleeding) are common. When the eczema is very active (during a ‘flare-up’) you may develop small water blisters on the hands and feet, or the affected areas of your skin may become moist and weepy. In areas that are repeatedly scratched, the skin may thicken up (a process known as lichenification), and become even more itchy.

Many factors in a person’s environment can make eczema worse. These include; Heat, dust and contact with irritants such as soap or detergents

Being unwell: for example having a common cold can make eczema flare. Infections with bacteria or viruses can make eczema worse. Bacterial infection (usually with a bug called Staphylococcus) makes the affected skin yellow, crusty and inflamed, and may need treatment with antibiotics. An infection with the virus that causes cold sores (herpes simplex virus) can cause a painful widespread (and occasionally dangerous) flare of eczema, and may need treatment with antiviral tablets. Dryness of the skin. Perhaps stress

It is usually easy for healthcare professionals, such as health visitors, practice nurses and general practitioners, to diagnose eczema when they look at the skin. However, sometimes the pattern of eczema in older children and adults is different, and the help of a hospital specialist may be needed. Blood tests and skin tests are usually not necessary. Occasionally the skin may need to be swabbed (by rubbing a sterile cotton bud on it) to check for bacterial or viral infections.

With appropriate natural treatment the sufferer achieves long term remission. Sometimes after 10, 20 or 30 years. Stress, unhelpful lifestyle etc can bring it back.

There are many ways of controlling it. Most children with atopic eczema improve as they get older (75% clear by their teens). However, many of those who have had eczema continue to have dry skin and need to avoid irritants such as soaps or bubble baths.

Eczema may persist in adults, but it should be controllable with the right treatment. Atopic eczema may be troublesome for people in certain jobs that bring them into contact with irritant materials, such as catering, hairdressing or nursing.

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