Skin Skin

The skin is the largest human organ, being directly affected by both the internal and external environment of the body.

Internally, from the point of view of Tibetan medicine, the skin is most affected by digestion and metabolism, as well as the state of the nervous system. The latter is directly affected by the “wind” element. In addition to anxiety, stress, sleep problems, dry skin, eczema, psoriasis and other skin problems are accompanied by wind in a person’s wind.

The wind dries the skin, just like the soil in nature. Therefore, it is good to use skin-softening oils in addition to soothing herbal mixtures for nervous system disorders: oil lubricated into the skin also blocks wind energy in the body. Soothing herbs also help reduce dry skin internally.In short, two-way action brings the fastest and most lasting results.The role of digestion in skin health is equally obvious. Excessively sweet, poor quality food imbalances the element of fire, irritates the liver and problems with the skin looking for a way out, such as acne, etc.

Therefore, in addition to dietary adjustments, it is a good idea to take herbal mixtures that cleanse the liver and blood and balance energy with fire, and to support it with herbs that calm the nervous system.