Mycoderm Spray (Anti Skin Fungal)
Several topical and oral drugs, including Imidazole and amino acids, are used to treat this disease, which in some cases have been accompanied by a failure in treatment, complications and high relapse of the illness. Therefore, extensive efforts have been made to determine the natural treatment for this disease up to now. Artemisia has been used in traditional medicine as an antiseptic, analgesic and cough suppressant. Also, antibacterial, antiparasitic and antifungal effects of Artemisia essential oils has been reported in several studies. In a clinical trial, 68 patients with Tinea Versicolor were treated with Mycodermal lotion (37 patients ) or with Clotrimazole lotion (31 patients). After 2 weeks, the recovery rate was 71% in the Clotrimazole group and 91.9% in the Mycoderm group.
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Fungal skin infections or skin fungal is highly contagious, and although this is not a very dangerous infection and it is usually easy to treat. But it is very important to follow up on its treatment. Fungal skin infections or skin fungal is contagious that some people, including children and people with immune system weakness, are more affected by this disease. The symptoms of Fungal skin infections or skin fungal include the incidence of Red spots. Fungal skin infections or skin fungal usually involves the scalp and elbows, but can also appear in other parts of the body. While many drugs are available to cure Fungal skin infections or skin fungal, natural remedies can also work, but with no side effect. Natural Skin fungal remedies and antifungal spray are varied in the market.
The infection consists of five items
1- Athletes foot fungal infection:
This Fungal skin infection or skin fungal causes the foot skin between fingers itchy, dry, flaky and red. Most people have this type of fungal infection in swimming pools and sauna. If you don’t wash your hands after contact with the infected skin. This pollution can be transmitted to your hands and spread in the folds of the palm and between hand fingers.
2-Nail fungal infection:
This kind of Fungal skin infections or skin fungal is usually accompanied by athlete ‘s feet and may cause thickening and breaking of the nail.
3-Fungal infection of the groin:
Symptoms include itching and rash of red skin in the groin and surrounding areas.
4- Fungal infection on the body:
This kind of Fungal skin infections or skin fungal is taken from domesticated animals. It is often in areas of the body like a stomach, hand or leg. The symptoms of this infection consist of flat fragments and a red ring that can grow and expand.
5- Skin fungal infection:
This infection is often caused by small children and can be transferred from one to another, causing the loss of hair and inflammation of the affected areas.
Other kinds of Fungal skin infections or skin fungal infections are due to yeast infection. The main infection includes the following two.
2-Touch Candida Albicans infection:
The infection is happening by Candida Albicans fungi that live on the skin and digestive system. The infection is visible under the arms, groin, chest and skin wrinkles. Symptoms include itching, pain, white-yellow spots.
3-Colorful Pythyriasis fungus:
This kind of Fungal skin infections or skin fungal infections causes dark spots on the pale skin and bright spots on the dark skin. The infection is mostly in teenagers and young adults.
Artemisia, Natural antifungal spray
Artemisia is a native herb to China, now Artemisia is known as the source of the special ingredients such as sesquiterpene endoperoxide lactone artemisinin. It is rich in mono- and sesquiterpenes and Artemisia have many medicinal properties. Many studies have confirmed the antibacterial and antifungal properties of Artemisia. Also, Artemisia extraction is a part of some natural skin antifungal spray.
* Adjuvant treatment for superficial fungal infections of the skin
* Anti tinea Versicolor
Spray 30 ml
Artemisia (Artemisia sieberi) Essential Oil
Depending on the area of infection, Maximum 4 puffs on the area of infection, 2 times a day. The course of treatment is 2-4 weeks, as suggested by the physician.
Fungi comprise a common cause of dermal infections all around the world. An individual’s risk of ever suffering such infections in his/her lifetime is 10-20 percent; among them Tinea Versicolor is the most prevalent infection. Tinea Versicolor is a benign, chronic, and often asymptomatic superficial cutaneous fungal infection, which is characterized by spots of various sizes and colors along with fine or bran-like scales. The macules are usually scattered over the chest, arms, abdomen and back. Tinea versicolor is caused by the lipophilic yeast, Malassezia furfur, which becomes virulent under such circumstances as use of corticosteroids, chronic infections, excessive perspiration and pregnancy. This infection is more prevalent in hot and humid regions (like the north and south of the country, or shores of Urmia lake) and in youngsters. The yeast is contracted by direct exposure to the infectious scales, for instance while swimming in public pools or at sea, or using the underwear or towels of an infected individual; those infected do not usually complain except of mild itching and alteration of skin color.
Several oral and topical medications, such as those of imidazole group and amino acids, are used to treat this infection; some involving failure of treatment, extensive adverse effects and recurrence. Therefore, extensive efforts have been made to find natural substances that can affect this disease. Among the plants that have been surveyed is artemisiam, which is regarded as antiseptic, analgesic and antitussive in traditional medicine. Several studies have also reported the antibacterial and antifungal properties of essential oil of Artemisia species.
In laboratory, Artemisia essential oil manifests antifungal properties. For instance, its Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) against Tinea versicolor is reported to be 1:1280. Based on the results of one report, after 14 weeks of treatment with Artemisia lotion, the onychomycosis of a patient, who was unable to take griseofulvin due to hepatic problems, was cured.
In a test run on animals (dog and cat) suffering dermatophytosis, full recovery was achieved in 77.3% of the cats and 71.4% of the dogs under treatment with Artemisia essential oil; the numbers in the case of those under treatment with clotrimazole was 70.8% and 66.7%, respectively. In this survey, no significant difference was observed between Artemisia essential oil and clotrimazole, in terms of clinical recovery and mycological results.
In a double-blind clinical trial, 68 patients (34 men and 34 women) of 6-61 years of age with Tinea versicolor, who had received no medication previously, were visited by dermatologists and the diagnosis was confirmed through direct microscopic study. The patients were randomly sorted into two groups of Mycoderm Lotion (37 individuals) or clotrimazole lotion (31 individuals) and were administered the lotions locally twice a day for two weeks. Furthermore, 34 patients with Tinea Versicolor were administered placebo as positive control. The patients were followed up for 2 weeks after completion of the treatment to monitor the recurrence of the disease. Clinical and laboratory findings were registered 2 weeks after the commencement of treatment and in the 2 succeeding weeks. The data were analyzed using chi-squared, Wilcoxon and independent t-test. According to the results of this survey, the most prevalent clinical finding was pink/brown macules. Clinical findings indicated recovery after 2 weeks of treatment, but many patients manifested signs of recurrence after 2 weeks of follow-up. 2 weeks after the commencement of the treatment, the rate of recovery in the clotrimazole group was 71% and 91.9% in the Mycoderm group, while 4 weeks after the treatment, the rate of recovery in the clotrimazole group was 67.7% and 100% in the Mycoderm group (p<0.001) and the efficacy of the two medications was statistically significant (p<0.007). At the end of the study, 51.6% of the patients in the clotrimazole group and 70.3% of the Mycoderm group were cured. Out of the 34 patients in the positive control group, patients who received placebo, only 3 showed relative clinical recovery. The researchers came to the conclusion that, due to the obvious inhibition of Malassezia furfur by Artemisia essential oil, Mycoderm can be effective as an adjuvant treatment of Tinea versicolor as a topical medication applied twice daily.
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With the recommended dosage and appropriate administration, no adverse reaction has been reported. However, in sensitive individuals, dermal allergic reactions like burning, itching and rash may occur.
* Avoid using the spray on open wounds and mucosal membranes, including the eyes.
* Before using also for an administration period of more than 15 days, consult a physician or a pharmacist.
* Store at room temperature (15-30ºC).
* Protect from direct light and heat.
* Keep out of the reach of children.