Psoriasis can be relieved softly with natural remedies we have indicated as an assortment in this elaboration. Based on scientific evidence. Read on to learn about details.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
According to World Psoriasis Day consortium, 8 million U.S. citizens - and 125 million inhabitants of this planet - are struck with psoriasis. While many health issues may vanish with treatment, psoriasis is a ‘chronic’ autoimmune situation where the immune system is responsible for the overproduction of skin cells. Causing thick and red scaly patches (plaque). In most cases on scalp, knees and elbows. Itchy and painful.
Although not life-threatening, the situation is still inconvenient and therefore usually suppressed with medical synthetics from the shelve, without solving the problem. Rather, resulting in side effects and symptoms of additional health issues – going round in circles, accordingly.
To relieve this vicious cycle, nature gives us quite a few opportunities we may not want to overlook. To cut down respective symptoms and side effects.
Let us focus on an assortment of appropriate remedies/modalities to be applied on the skin and inside of our body.
NATURAL SUPPORT – SCIENTIFICALLY VERIFIED
To start with natural treatment on top of the skin, irradiation of
on our skin is certainly the most natural – and economic – way to expose our skin to UVB rays in order to relieve the psoriatic issue. Without overstating timewise, to avoid sunburn.
According to the U.S. National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF).
a yellow essential oil derived from the leaves of the anti-inflammatory/antifungal/antibacterial/antiviral tea tree plant melaleuca alternifolia may well help to relieve psoriasis.
Native to Australia, where it has been used since a century for treating skin conditions the natural way.
According to the University of Western Australia in Crawley.
Another treatment of itchy psoriatic skin may well be an
Based on research at, inter alia, Maulana Azad Medical College in New Delhi, India.
Similar to using
in this case, according to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
is recommended to cut down inflammation and scaling of psoriasis according to research, inter alia, , at the University of Rome in Italy's capital.
on the skin to soothe burning and itching of psoriatic skin is recommended by, inter alia, Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, MI.
Because of its antioxidant and antimicrobial properties.
(botanical term mahonia aquifolium) may cut down the immune response in cases of psoriasis.
According to Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s, Canada. Verified also by Loyola University Chicago in Maywood, IL.
To shift natural treatment under skin, let’s first take a look at
as it is found in yogurt and in fermented foods such as
(sweetened black tea)
(fermented dairy/similar to yogurt)
According to research at, inter alia,
- University of Latvia in Riga, Latvia
- University of Cambridge in Cambridge, UK
as the active part in spice turmeric relieves inflammation of the skin and psoriasis in general.
Based on research at, inter alia, at University of Florence in Florence, Italy.
And in China at
- Peking University School and Hospital of Stomatology in Beijing
- Xi’an Jiaotong University in Xi’an
Also recommended is
a component of red peppers, known as a fighter of skin inflammation by research at, inter alia, Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, NY.
IN A NUTSHELL
Psoriasis as a long-term (‘chronic’) skin disease with no cure by conventional medicine yet, can be relieved softly with natural remedies we have indicated as an assortment in this elaboration. Based on scientific evidence. For the convenience of those millions affected.
MEDICAL ADAGE OF THE WEEK
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