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Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection. It is caused commonly by staphylococcus aureus and rarely by group A streptococcus bacteria. Impetigo may affect people of any age group, but more commonly occurs in children. It may affect skin anywhere on the body but usually attacks the area around the nose and mouth.

Impetigo often starts as a minor itch. Small red spots are formed that develop into tiny blisters that burst producing oozing, sticky, honey or golden coloured, crusty sores. The disease is highly contagious, and scratching or touching the sores is likely to spread the infection to other parts of the body as well as to other people.

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Boehmeria nivea

Used to prevent miscarriages and promote the drainage of pus (plant); in the treatment of fluxes and wounds (leaves); in the treatment of threatened abortions, colic of pregnancy, haemorrhoids, leukorrhoea, impetigo etc (root)

Cetraria islandica

Digestive disorders and in inflammations of the upper respiratory system, bronchitis and coughs. Externally, it is used in the treatment of boils, vaginal discharges and impetigo.

Crotalaria juncea

As a laxative, abortifacient and for inducing vomitting (leaf); and the seeds in impetigo, psoriasis and as emmenagogue. Besides, a paste of the leaves is applied in skin diseases. Seeds are used to purify blood, in treatment of impetigo, psoriasis and skin diseases. It is used as an emmenagogue. Flowers are used to treat leucorrhoea and blood diseases.

Crotalaria retusa

For impetigo and scabies (plant)

Crotalaria sericea

Impetigo and scabies (plant)

Quercus infectoria

In the treatment of intertrigo, impetigo and eczema; in the treatment of haemorrhages, chronic diarrhoea, dysentery etc. (galls)




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