How To Naturally Treat Psoriasis

How To Naturally Treat Psoriasis


It’s an annoying problem with an annoying
name: psoriasis. This skin condition can create enormous problems
with a person’s self-confidence, as it generally cannot be concealed. Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition which
can target skin, nails and even joints. The autoimmune condition is a result of the
body creating new skin cells faster than older cells can be eliminated. This leads to an avalanche of skin cells;
they pile up, push up and leave the skin looking dry. Also, these silvery patches itch continuously. So what’s at the root of this skin cell
build up? It can stem from many causes, including diabetes,
high levels of stress, obesity, medications and smoking. Infections can also worsen the condition. Although there is no absolute cure for psoriasis,
symptoms can be controlled by topical oils. In today’s video we’ll review a few specific
types of oil treatment. Tea Tree Oil This oil, which is from the leaves of the
Melaleuca tree, contains antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. These can provide much needed relief from
redness, itching, and burning sensations. Tea tree oil exfoliates dry, flaky skin cells
and softens the plaques, thus reducing itching. As the anti-inflammatory properties penetrate
the skin layers, they reduce swelling and redness. Occasionally, the oil can lessen the appearance
of scar tissue caused by psoriasis. Try experimenting with one of the following
types of tea tree oil treatment: 1. Topical solution Since tree tea oil is potent, it should always
be diluted with water or other oils. Applying full strength could result in irritation
and burning sensations. To create your own solution for application
of the scalp, nails or skin, follow these directions: In a small cup of water, mix in a few drops
of tea tree oil Dab a cotton ball into the solution to moisten
Apply the solution to the skin, scalp or nails Allow it to remain overnight
In the morning wash the areas and pat dry Repeat daily Other natural moisturizers such as olive or
coconut oil can also provide a soothing effect. After bathing, you may want to add a drop
or two of tea tree oil with your daily moisturizer. 2. Tea Tree Oil Bath An immersion in a tub of water enhanced with
tea tree oil can provide a world of relief to those who suffer with psoriasis. Simply add a few drops of tea tree oil, almond
oil, or olive oil to your bathwater. Soak for 20 minutes daily. 3. Tea Tree Oil with Shampoo Dry itchy skin that’s under attack by psoriasis? First, make sure your shampoo contains very
few chemicals. And when you shampoo: Mix 1 part of tea tree oil with 10 parts shampoo
Once completely blended, shampoo your hair Rinse your hair thoroughly with warm water
Repeat as needed You may also check your health and beauty
aisles for shampoos that already contain tea tree oil. Tips and Precautions Consult your dermatologist before using any
type of topical treatment Remember tea tree oil is too potent for any
direct application Use 2 – 5% concentration of tea tree oil
in homemade remedies Always perform a patch test on healthy skin. If you observe adverse reactions, do not use. If the symptoms of psoriasis become worse
instead of better, stop using it.

18 Replies to “How To Naturally Treat Psoriasis”

  1. Ok, awesome tip but the best way to treat the disease is to purify the blood in the body. A swedish now retired doctor and scientist Erik Enby discovered that there are lots of foreign substances in the blood plasma which does not belong there, one of them is a fungus which is the cause of psoriasis.

    The tip in the video is good for relieving the itching and in order to get rid of the disease all together look for remedies that purifies your blood, that will improve the situation dramatically.

  2. tea tree oil does not work. i used to do that. but to no avail. the only thing that works for me is my diet. no cold cuts and just watch those processed things. it all comes from the food. its not an illness. even though ppl and doctors might say this.

  3. It's a good video of psoriasis. I'll try L-Glutamine. I have psoriasis for 33years now. If using medication, help only for a very short time or sometimes not even helped. Thanks

  4. hey ,if anyone else wants to uncover curing psoriasis try Vaxicorn Simple Psoriasis Guide (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my colleague got great results with it.

  5. I've been studying reducing psoriasis at home and found a great resource at jeds remedy planner (google it if you're interested)

  6. the oil does not clear Psoriasis unless you address the internal problem. I had it for 20 years and the only thing that finally cleared me 100% was a massive detox and major changes in diet, lifestyle and sleep.

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