Leprosy, also called as the Hansen’s disease, develops slowly in an individual which affects the skin and nervous system deeply. It is caused by a bacteria called Mycobacterium leprae or M. lepromatosis. The complete of effect of this disease can be seen after few years from the time the infection started. At the beginning stages, leprosy affects the cooler parts of a body, like earlobes, nose, eyes, hands, feet and testicles. In some cases, facial disfigurement might also happen.
This disease is called chronic granulomatous disease, because of the inflammatory nodules produced on the skin over a period of time, which is similar to TB (tuberculosis). This infection can be contagious and human-human transmission of the droplets from the nose or the nodules, is the main the cause. There are very rare cases that it is passed from an animal to human. There are high chances of infection from person to person, someone is exposed too much to the infected person.
This herb is has also been used to treat sexually transmitted diseases since ancient times. The anti-bacterial and anti-fungal nature of nannari helps of treat and cure leprosy when used on a regular basis. The antibiotic nature of the herb, is used to treat and cure the symptoms of leprosy. Indian sarasaparilla is also used in the treatments of eczema and psoriasis. The inflammatory nature of nannari helps to reduce itchiness and irritation on the affected area. It also treats minor wounds ad rashes on the skin.
This herb also promotes healthy digestion and appetite, intestinal infections and Hepatitis B. This herbal mix can be consumed along with other medications.
Follow the simple instructions in this recipe to prepare the medicine. It is always recommended to consult your doctor before consuming any medication. Be careful that you do not overdose the medication.