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Homeopathic Treatment for Chilblains by National Homeo Pharmacy.


Chilblains are small, itchy swellings on the skin that occur as a reaction to cold temperatures.

They most often affect the body's extremities, such as the toes, fingers, heels, ears and nose.

Chilblains can be uncomfortable, but rarely cause any permanent damage. They normally heal within a few week, if further exposure to the cold is avoided.

Signs and symptoms of chilblains

Chilblains usually develop several hours after exposure to the cold. They typically cause a burning and itching sensation in the affected areas, which can become more intense if you go into a warm room.

The affected skin may also swell and turn red or dark blue.

In severe cases, the surface of the skin may break and sores or blisters can develop.

What causes chilblains?

Chilblains are the result of an abnormal reaction to the cold.

Some people develop chilblains that last for several months every winter.

When the skin is cold, blood vessels near its surface get narrower. If the skin is then exposed to heat the blood vessels become wider.

If this happens too quickly, blood vessels near the surface of the skin can't always handle the increased blood flow.

This can cause blood to leak into the surrounding tissue, which may cause the swelling and itchiness associated with chilblains.

Some people are more at risk of chilblains than others.

  • Do you suffer itchy swelling of your finger, every winter?
  • If blisters develop on itched swelled fingers ?
  • Is your finger become red, swelled and painful?

Don’t worry from winter!

This winter you will not face any problem related to chilblain (If God wish)

Start treatment by answering the following questions to get best possible consultation for your treatment



  • Online consultation fee with medicine for 20 days ......950.00
Q 1.

How old are you ?

Q 2. Gender
Q 3. Diabetic
Q 4.

Are you a smoker ?

Q 5.

Do you have blood pressure ?

Q 6.

Do you suffer chilblain every winter ?

Q 7.

Is your chilblain is more severe in extreme cold weather ?

Q 8.

Tick on the parts which are affected

Q 9.

Do you feel itching on chilblain ?

Q 10.

How is your fingers look like ?

Q 11. Are you diabetic?
Q 12.

Is your chilblain is very severe and recurring type means throughout the winter ?

Q 13.

Is our chilblain is such that it does'nt improve within a week ?

Q 14.

Do you feel pain and itching in chilblain ?

Q 15.

Do your chilblain goes worse and painful by rubbing ?

Q 16.

Character of pain

Q 17.

Tips of fingers rough, cracked every winter ?

Q 18.

Do you feel your fingers very hot, swelled and red ?

Q 19. Swelling and pub forming in the affected area?
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