Urticaria is a common skin condition characterized by weals forming on the skin. It is caused by an allergic reaction and can vary from being acute, chronic or recurring. If you notice red and white patches on your skin and there is severe inflammation, itching and stinging sensation on the area then you may be suffering with the allergic reaction.
Do not scratch the infection as it will aggravate the condition and lead to spreading it. The allergy will erupt in small boils forming. If it is not a strong reaction then the allergy may subside within a few hours; however you must ensure that you do not cause further harm to your skin.
In order to get rid of the rash you must first wash the area with warm water. Soak a cotton ball in warm water and rub it gently over the rash in order to clean it. You may add a mild disinfectant in the water in order to clean the skin. Do not use any over the counter topical treatments on the skin as it may increase the irritation on the skin.
Mix a spoon of salt in warm water and drink it. This warm water solution helps to clear the effects of the allergy internally and induces vomiting. Though this may cause some degree of irritation in the beginning; it will clear the infection instantly.
Blend rose water and vinegar and apply the liquid over the infected skin. You will experience immediate relief from the itching sensation as well as the inflammation will reduce.
Boil fresh mint leaves with brown sugar and let it cool. When it does; drink the solution for immediate relief from the itching and irritation. You can also drink turmeric mixed in water or milk for an internal cleansing.
After you have been diagnosed with the condition you need to adopt an all fruit diet for a week. This is in order to reduce the risk of an allergic reaction to any food that you eat. You must include oranges, apples, pineapples, peaches and papayas in your diet. In addition to these fruits you must drink only warm water and post the fruit diet you must move onto a diet that comprises of seeds, nuts, grains and vegetables. Avoid all refined foods, sugars, caffeine based foods and alcohol until the rash completely dries off.