Suppuratec harnesses the power of nature using only those herbs regarded highly for their ability to heal Hidradenitis Suppurativa. All herbs used in Suppuratec can be found in well established ancient and recent texts as being highly effective for Hidradenitis Suppurativa. Made from 100% pure plant sources, Suppuratec only contains the herbs listed below.
Chebulic Myrobalan 9.4 mg
Chebulic Myrobalan is found all over India from eastern to western
region. It is called the "king of medicines" and is always listed first
in the Ayurvedic meteria medica because of its extraordinary powers of
healing. In Ayurveda it is considered to destroy all diseases and
eliminate all waste from the body. At the same time, it is known to
promote tissue growth and health. It is used to treat digestive
diseases, urinary diseases, diabetes, skin diseases, parasitic
infections, heart diseases, irregular fevers, flatulence, constipation,
ulcers, vomiting, colic pain and hemorrhoids. If taken after meals it
prevents imbalance of any of the humors due to bad food or drink. It
promotes wisdom, intellect and eyesight. Chebulic Myrobalan has a strong
effect against the herpes simplex virus HSV, has antibacterial activity
and exhibits strong cardio tonic properties. Chebulic Myrobalan also has
antioxidant components which indicates it can increase the life of
tissues. It has considerable effect in inhibiting the HIV virus which
ultimately results in AIDS.
With its rejuvenating and cleansing properties, Chebulic Myrobalan is excellent for the digestive system. As a preventative supplement it has great anti viral attributes, as shown by its antitumor and HIV action. It is also effective for alleviating constipation.
Belliric Myrobalan 18.8 mg
Another of the famous myrabolan fruits Belliric Myrobalan traditionally called as bibitaki , well reputed as rasayana in Ayurveda, is the best single herb for controlling Kapha. It is a powerful rejuvenative herb that nourishes the lungs, throat, voice, eyes and hair. It expels stones or other kapha-type accumulations in the digestive, urinary, and respiratory tracts. It is unique in being both laxative and astringent, so it purges the bowels, while simultaneously toning the tissues of the digestive tract. It provides strength to the tissues of the sense organs. It is one of the constituents of famous preparation "Triphala" which finds use in wide array of areas ranging form hair care, as laxative, in headache, leucorrhoea, liver diseases to gastro-intestinal complaints. The overall tonic effect of this fruit has been known for thousands of years in India and other Asian countries.
Indian Gooseberry 9.4 mg
Indian Gooseberry's bark is gray in color and peals in irregular patches. Its feathery leaves, which smell like lemon, are of linear oblong shape and size 10 to 12 mm length and 3 to 6 mm width. Its flowers are monoecioius having greenish yellow color. They grow in auxiliary clusters and start appearing in the beginning of spring season. It is found natively in India. Indian gooseberry has been used as valuable ingredient of various medicines in India and abroad. It has been regarded as a sacred tree in India. The tree was worshipped as Mother Earth and is believed to nurture humankind because the fruits are very nourishing. The leaves, fruit and flowers are used in worship in India. In Himachal Pradesh the tree is worshipped in Kartik as propitious and chaste. Refrigerant, heart- tonic, tonic to brain, prevents vicious humours in stomach and intestines. Used in chronic diarrhea, in the convalescent stage of typhoid and other fevers.
Autumn crocus 9.4 mg
Autumn crocus grows in wet meadows, woodland clearings and shady rocky habitats on non calcareous substrates. It may be found up to an altitude of 2,000 metres. 2.5 g of seeds and 25 g of tincture contain 10 mg colchicine. Although colchicine has been used for several diseases including neoplastic and allergic diseases, and as a diuretic, it is currently almost exclusively used as a pharmaceutical in the treatment of gout attack and familial Mediterranean Fever. In Homeopathic medicines Autumn crocus is used for gout and polyarthritis.
Wild Indigo 4.7 mg
Wild Indigo is a tropical plant which grows in arid regions of Hawaii. It also grows in other tropical countries, although it is said to be less effective there. It grows as common wasteland weed. It is used traditionally as folk medicine. According to Ayurveda, plant is digestible, anthelmintic and alexiteric. It is used to treat leprosy, ulcers, antipyretic, alternative, cures diseases of liver, spleen, heart, blood, tumors, asthma etc. According to Unani system of medicine, root is diuretic, allays thirst, enriches blood, cures diarrhea, useful in bronchitis diseases, inflammations, boils and pimples. Leaves are tonic to intestines and a promising appetizer.
Dodder 4.7 mg
The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The seeds are anthelmintic and carminative. They are used in the treatment of bilious disorders. The stems are used in the treatment of bilious disorders as well. The whole plant is purgative. It is used internally in treating protracted fevers and externally in the treatment of body pains and itchy skin. The plant is employed in Ayurvedic medicine to treat difficulty in urinating, jaundice, muscle pain and coughs. The juice of the plant, mixed with the juice of Saccharum officinarum, is used in the treatment of jaundice. The analysis of the plant differs according to the host it is growing on. The report does not say if this makes a difference to its medicinal properties.
Fumitory 4.7 mg
Fumitory is the most common species of the genus Fumaria in Western and Central Europe. It is an herbaceous annual plant, which grows erect, with stalks about 10 to 50 cm long. The fruit is an achene. It contains alkaloids, potassium salts, and tannins. It is also a major source of fumaric acid. The "smoky" or "fumy" origin of its name is uncertain. It was traditionally thought to be good for the eyes, and to remove skin blemishes. In modern times herbalists use it to treat skin diseases, and conjunctivitis; as well as to cleanse the kidneys.
Nux vomica 53.3 mg
Nux vomica is the dried, ripe seed of Strychnos nux-vomica L., a native tree of Burma, China, eastern India, Thailand, and northern Australia. Medicinally, Nux vomica is used for allergies, back pain, colds, constipation, digestive problems, emotional stress, flu, hangovers, headaches, hemorrhoids, and menstrual problems. Nux vomica is also a polycrest, or a homeopathic remedy used to treat many ailments. As a polycrest, Nux vomica's primary indication is for disorders related to abuse of narcotic drugs, alcohol, coffee, or tobacco, overindulgence of rich food and beverages, and mental strain from excessive work. Strychnos Nux-vomica is a tree of a moderate size, with numerous strong branches, covered with a smooth, dark gray bark. The young branches are long, flexuous, smooth, and dark green, with opposite, roundish-oval, petiolate, entire, smooth, and shining leaves. The flowers are small, white, funnel-shaped and in terminal corymbs. The fruit is a round berry, about as large as an orange, with a smooth, yellow or orange-colored, hard, fragile rind, and many seeds in a juicy pulp.
Indian Bedellium 6.2 mg
Indian Bedellium is a small tree of the Burseraceae family that is indigenous to India. It grows wild in the semi-arid states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Karnataka in India. The tree has an ash-colored bark that comes off in large flakes exposing the under bark that also peels away. The gum resin of the tree is revered in Ayurveda for its medicinal properties. The gum resin resides in the ducts located in the soft bark of the tree. It is obtained through a process called tapping. Circular incisions are made on the main stem, not beyond the thickness of the bark. From these incisions, a pale yellow, aromatic fluid exudes that quickly solidifies to form a golden brown or reddish brown agglomerate of tears or stalactic pieces. The dried resin has a bitter aromatic taste and a balsamic odor.