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Rosacea is a facial rash that occurs in middle-aged men and women. Approximately 13 million people in the United States have Rosacea. The cause of Rosacea is unknown, but it affects people mainly in their 30s and 40s, especially those with fair skin, blue eyes, and of Celtic origin. Famous individuals with Rosacea include W.C. Fields, Rembrandt, and President Bill Clinton.
Rosacea used to be called "acne rosacea," but it's quite different from acne. The red spots and pustules are dome-shaped rather than pointed and there are no blackheads, whiteheads, deep cysts, or lumps. Sometimes the affected skin is swollen and hot. Rosacea affects the cheeks, nose and forehead rarely the trunk and upper limbs. Facial creams or oils and topical steroids may aggravate Rosacea. In fact, Rosacea sufferers should avoid anything that may cause skin irritation.
Rosacea is a facial rash that occurs in middle-aged men and women.
Most Westerners feel like strangers to the healing apothecary herbs of China, yet some of these herbs such as honeysuckle, mint, gardenia...
For Rosacea sufferers the redness or blush can be made worse by the following stimuli: heat, exercise, stress, alcohol consumption, spicy foods, coffee, tea and chocolate.
An infusion is made in the same way as one would make strong tea.
For Rosacea sufferers the redness or blush can be made worse by the following stimuli: heat, exercise, stress, alcohol consumption, spicy foods, coffee, tea and chocolate. All these stimuli can aggravate the underlying condition caused by internal heat.
In the Tang Dynasty, the famous doctor Sun Si-miao said that, when a person is sick, the doctor should first regulate the patient's diet and lifestyle. Certainly the combination of a change in dietary habits and herbal medicine can achieve remarkable results.
In winter dry cold weather can aggravate acne and rosacea. The combination of outdoor winds and indoor heating causes the skin to loose a lot of moisture. These extremes of temperature can especially aggravate the skin conditions.
Most Westerners feel like strangers to the healing apothecary herbs of China, yet some of these herbs such as honeysuckle, mint, gardenia, hawthorn, dandelion and quince grow in our own gardens.