What is Nla?
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‘Nla’ (nracha), also known as ‘ela’ in Yoruba, is an ugly skin condition that gives red, dry, itchy patches commonly in the skin folds (like the neck, buttocks, and joints) of children, especially infants.
The medical term is atopic dermatitis (eczema).
Nla is a major source of worry to mums and can make children restless, sleep poorly, and have fever.
Most importantly, nla destroys the smooth feel, texture and beauty of babies skin.
The itching can be so severe and constant that frequent scratching results to blisters or sores on the skin.
Overtime, prolonged scratching may result to the skin becoming very rough and darker in color.
What is Jedi Jedi?
Jedi Jedi is a common children disease characterised by diarrhoea or dysentery, causing passage of frequent watery or frothy stool, mucoid (mucous) or bloody stool.
If left untreated, Jedi Jedi can cause dehydration, malnutrition, and growth retardation in infants and children.
Treatments Options for Nla and Jedi Jedi
Two widely method of treating Nla and Jedi Jedi include the use of:
- Orthodox drugs
- Herbal medicine
Orthodox Treatment Approach
The orthodox medicine that is commonly used in the hospital and other health care facilities include creams containing antibiotics and steroids. This no doubt gives symptomatic relief but it is not without serious adverse effects on babies especially when used for a long period of time.
Yes, prolonged use of hydrocortisone or some steroid-containing triple action creams, widely prescribed by doctors and other healthcare professionals for nla has harmful adverse effects on babies.
When steroids are used extensively, it can disrupt the natural building of the skin and cause thinning and weakening of babies’ skin and increase their risk of developing viral infections.
Moreover, over use of steroidal creams on children for the treatment of Nla and Jedi Jedi can lead to a build up of steroid in their bodies over time which will lead to a lot of complications, including growth retardation and poor immune defence against infectious diseases.
On the other hand, antibiotics and antifungal medicines used for jedi jedi have not proven effective.
It is pertinent to know that inappropriate use of antibiotics can lead to antibiotics resistance such that they become ineffective later on.
Herbal Treatment Approach
Experiences and testimonies from moms across the country show that herbs have proven to be more effective than orthodox medicines for the treatment of Nla and Jedi Jedi.
Instead of reaching for a steroidal or triple action cream to treat your baby’s eczema-prone skin, why not rely on a natural product that has proven to be safe and effective for both nla and jedi jedi.
For an effective, affordable and safe treatment of Jedi Jedi and Nla in babies, we recommend Medis Mixture.
What is Medis Mixture?
Medis Herbal Mixture is a herbal preparation for the treatment of Nla and Jedi Jedi in children. It contains 100% purified herbal extracts. It is in a solution dosage form. It is both taken by mouth and applied on the body.
Uses of Medis Mixture
Topical application and oral use of MEDIS Mixture For Children provides fast relief from nla and jedi jedi.
Medis Herbal Mixture is used for the treatment of:
- Nla (atopic dermatitis)
- Jedi Jedi
- Skin rashes in babies (eczema)
- Stomach upset
Dosage and How to Use Medis Mixture
Infants up to 11 Months
5ml (1 teaspoonful) 2 to 3 times daily.
Children 1-5 years:
10ml (2 teaspoonfuls) 2 to 3 times daily
Apply all over the body with cotton wool for skin rashes or eczema (nla).
Side Effects of Medis Mixture
Medis Herbal Mixture is very safe in children when used as directed.
Where to Buy Medis Mixture
MEDIS Mixture is available, affordable and accessible in all pharmaceutical stores nationwide.
Distributors are needed nationwide.
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