Lichen Planus Supplement Bundle

What is Lichen planus?

If you have an itchy, spreading rash with red, purple, or bluish lesions, do not just consider them common symptoms. You may have lichen planus. A condition that we are all not aware of.

This disease is triggered by the immune system's reaction to allergens, stress or viral infections. Skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes can all be impacted by lichen planus, an autoimmune condition. 

On the skin, lichen planus typically appears as small, flat-topped lesions that may itch on the wrists and other flexural movement-prone places. It may have an impact on the lips, genitalia, scalp, and nails. Mild to severe discomfort is possible.

There could be a number of contributing elements, and every case of lichen planus is different. Although it could be uncomfortable, lichen planus is not always a serious condition. A few rare types of this illness can be painful and dangerous. 

Lichen planus cannot be transmitted to others, including in sexual relationships, as it is not contagious and rarely runs in families.

This bundle


Boosts immune system


Helps reduce itching


Helps reduce rashes


Maintains healthy skin


Helps to clear skin scars


Reduces skin inflammation

Lichen planus Bundle contains

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Liver Detox Rs. 1,499.00
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Vitamin ADK Rs. 899.00

Know More About Lichen planus

What’s the reason?

Poor liver function

Poor liver function, particularly liver disease, can increase the risk of developing lichen planus.


Lichen planus is a chronic inflammatory disorder that affects the skin, mucous membranes, and nails. While infections can potentially trigger or exacerbate lichen planus.

Certain medications and drugs

Some drugs and medications can be particularly harmful to the liver and can cause liver damage.

High-stress levels

Stress can lead to an overactive immune response, which can potentially trigger or worsen autoimmune conditions like lichen planus.

What to avoid

Certain Medications

Don’t use over-the-counter medicines in excess for temporary relief. Work on your lifestyle and diet first to get rid of symptoms.

Chemical exposure

Excess use of chemical-based cleaning products and creams can aggravate symptoms of lichen planus.

Gluten & Dairy

Avoid gluten and dairy as they can flare up symptoms and autoimmunity.

Spicy Foods

Spicy, citrus, and acidic foods can worsen your symptoms of oral lichen planus. Foods and beverages that are too hot or cold may also make you feel uneasy.

Risk Factors

Skin cancer

Lichen planus is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the skin and mucous membranes, an increased risk of skin cancer.


It is a condition characterized by loss of pigmentation in the skin, resulting in white patches

Oral Cancer

There is a rare type of lichen planus called erosive lichen planus that is associated with an increased risk of developing oral cancer.

Vulvar cancer or Penile cancer

Lichen planus affecting the vulva, there is an increased risk of developing vulvar cancer.

Golden Tips

Vitamin A-rich foods like raw carrots, kale, sweet potatoes, and spinach as vitamin A helps in the healing of the skin.

Intake of Vitamin B12 and folate-rich foods like dark green leafy vegetables, beans, sunflower seeds, fresh fruits, etc.

Epsom salt baths - It helps in stress relief, toxin removal, pain, and inflammation reduction. For the best results, add 2 cups of Epsom salt to a warm bath and soak your body for at least 30 minutes. The addition of your favorite essential oils can also enhance relief.

Tea tree oil to apply on the affected area of the skin and mix it with the coconut oil before applying.

In the case of oral lichen planus - try coconut oil twice a day as it may reduce and/or improve the symptoms. By actually pulling out the toxins, it assists in detoxifying your mouth.

Include omega-3-rich foods like fish, soaked chia seeds, flax seeds, and nuts in the diet as they help reduce inflammation and nourish the skin.

Identifying your Lichen Planus type can aid in managing it

Oral Lichen Planus

When lichen planus develops in the mouth, expect minor to severe discomfort. Some people may find that icy food or drink or extremely hot food or drink can make them feel worse. It can also get worse if you eat spicy or acidic meals. In cases of oral lichen planus that are more severe, the discomfort may be constant and unrelenting.

Lichen Planus of the Genitals

Rashes develop around the penis glands or the shaft in men. It can affect the vulva, vagina, and skin around the genitalia in females.

Lichen Planus of the Nails and Scalp

Toenails and fingernails can both develop lichen planus. One or two nails may be sufficient for some people. Others might experience damage to one or more of their nails that is either temporary or permanent. When a rash appears on the scalp which is known as lichen planopilaris, It might result in alopecia, or hair loss, along with lifelong scars

Complete Lichen Planus Cure


Managing your diet is the primary key to controlling the symptoms of lichen planus.

Stress management

Stress worsens the signs and symptoms of this condition and can lead to flare-ups. It can bring on a recurrence and aggravate the symptoms.Engage yourself in relaxing activities that calm your mind and spirit to help reduce stress. Yoga, meditation

Dietary supplements

Skin conditions aggravate due to the deficiency of certain nutrients. So, considering dietary supplementation is necessary. Start immediately with Liver detox, Vitamin ADK, and Turmeric Matrix.


How long should I take your lichen planus treatment?

You need to take this at least for 3 months for better results.

Having lichen planopilaris symptoms, does it work for this as well?

Yes, it will help to reduce inflammation of the scalp and boost your immune function.

I have been already taking allopathic oral lichen planus treatment for 5 months. Do I still need to take this?

Yes, you should as you need to work on your liver and immune first. Long-term allopathy usage won’t help you to cure this condition.

I have blackish and damaged nails. Do I have lichen planus?

Yes, lichen planus might be a reason.