What is Papular Urticaria
Papular urticaria is a skin condition characterized by extra sensitivity against insect bites or drugs.
Papular Urticaria Causes
- Insect bites such as wasps, bees, bed bugs, flies, caterpillars, and mosquitoes
- Emotional agitation
- Side effects of drugs intake such as penicillin, quinine, and aspirin
- Digestive disorders
- Vitamin B complex deficiency
- Allergic reaction on foods such as strawberry, cheese, mushroom, and eggs.
Treatments for Papular Urticaria
- Drink herbal teas such as peppermint or parsley.
- Peppermint oil taken orally is another papular urticaria cure.
- Observe which food causes allergic reaction, then totally avoid eating it. To prevent the occurrence of papular urticaria, eat different types of food every meal. Avoid eating the same dishes the whole week.
- Get a teaspoon of table salt and dissolve it in a glass of water. Take the water with salt to induce vomiting and provide instant relief against papular urticaria.
- Get a glass of water and mix it with two teaspoons of turmeric powder. Drink this glass every day until itching and symptoms abate.
- Essential oils such as chamomile can also treat papular urticaria when applied topically on the affected skin area.
- You can also use water in different forms as treatment to papular urticaria. You can use ice packs, hot and cold compress, heat pads, steam bath, warm bath, sauna, and colonic irrigation. For effective treatment, seek the medical advice of a professional for proper administration of the preferred method of treatment.