In Ayurveda, skin diseases vary. Vata skin is generally dry, thin, cool to touch and gets easily dehydrated. It’s also vulnerable to dry weather, windy and chilly climate. Pitta mostly fire, is concerned with breakouts, photosensitivity, less tolerance to food and fieriness in temperaments.
Skins of these are warm and easy to touch and prone to freckles and mole growth. Kapha Pitta or oily skin is sensitive and generally dry during chilly weather.
Gouts are a painful disease that most people face resulting from inflammation and deposition of uric acid in the cartilage of joints. Its symptom begins as a big toe causing to swell and pain. It later on spreads to the other parts like ankles, knees, joints of hands and feet , wrist and elbow.
Gout also termed as vatarakt, impairment is caused by heavy intake of spicy, sour, salty, alkaline and heavy penetrating foods. The impairment spreads through accumulation at the smaller joints, causing damage to tissues and bones.
Ayurvedic treatments emphasize herbal preparations, diets and routines to cleanse the blood.