What does psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis have to do with the First People? The presence of Aboriginal Australians on the continent dates back an incredible 50, 000 years, making them the most ancient continuous civilization on earth. A recent genetic study confirms this longstanding history of living in harmony with the land, which you can see from the long periods Indigenous Australians stayed in certain areas. Aubrey Lynch, an Indigenous elder from Goldfields says to The Guardian, “This study confirms our beliefs that we have ancient connections to our lands and have been here far longer than anyone else”.
Living in the desert for so long meant surviving through some pretty tough environmental changes, this great mastery of the land’s resources includes the vast Aboriginal knowledge of traditional medicine that’s still applied today. A healing practice that starts early, the path to becoming a Ngangkari healer begins as early as childhood, with natural healers chosen by family and the community.
How Aboriginal Aromatherapy Can Treat Your Skin Condition Long Term
For sufferers of skin conditions like Psoriasis, Eczema & Dermatitis, there can be no cure for the condition, it can simply be managed. Often a steroid cream will be prescribed by doctors. The quick-fix solution can actually do more harm than good though, as applying these chemicals regularly in the long run actually damages the skin more.
So what if there why can’t the wisdom of traditional medicine be used to find a natural alternative with a similar function to steroid creams? Pure Jali have created a lotion that can do just that.
Pure Jali Lotion For Psoriasis, Eczema & Dermatitis and Sensitive Skin
Created and made in Australia by the respected Aboriginal leader and botanical healer, David Buranjali, the Pure Jali Lotion is loaded with powerful natural ingredients enriched with generations of healing knowledge. The remedy contains a soothing botany of avocado, aloe vera, macadamia, jojoba, shea butter and the secret ingredient: jali, a proven derivative of a unique type of eucalyptus leaf along with Bottlebrush and Bougainvillea.
The Eucalyptus tree is one of the most prolific trees in Australia and has long been cultivated by Aboriginal peoples for its antibacterial, antifungal, pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. Its applications are broad and include the treatment of wounds, coughs, respiratory infections, skin problems and even to aid dental procedures.