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Psoriatic Arthritis Diets, and Foods to Avoid


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Stanford Health Care: “Low FODMAP Diet.”

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Journal of the American College of Cardiology: “The effects of diet on inflammation: emphasis on the metabolic syndrome.”

Advances in Neurobiology: “Avocado as a Major Dietary Source of Antioxidants and Its Preventive Role in Neurodegenerative Diseases.”

European Journal of Clinical Nutrition: “Beyond weight loss: a review of the therapeutic uses of very-low-carbohydrate (ketogenic) diets.”

Mayo Clinic: “Diet and psoriatic arthritis: What’s worth trying?”

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Journal of Translational Medicine: “Effects of eight weeks of time-restricted feeding (16/8) on basal metabolism, maximal strength, body composition, inflammation, and cardiovascular risk factors in resistance-trained males.”

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: “Alternate-day fasting in nonobese subjects: effects on body weight, body composition, and energy metabolism.

Mediterranean Journal of Rheumatology: “Fasting mimicking diets: A literature review of their impact on inflammatory arthritis.”

What Food Should I Eat or Avoid if I Have Psoriasis?

If you have psoriasis, you might take medication and keep close tabs on the weather, your stress level, and other triggers. Should you also watch what’s on your plate?

A healthy diet — lots of fruits and veggies, lean protein, and whole grains — is a good idea for just about everyone. But some people who have psoriasis say their eating habits can affect their skin.

There’s no scientific proof that staying away from certain foods or following a specific diet will help your condition. But what you eat and drink may make a difference.

Limit Alcohol

The link between alcohol and psoriasis isn’t clear, but experts say that if you drink, be moderate. For men, that means no more than two drinks a day, and for women, no more than one.

Studies show that men who drink heavily don’t respond to psoriasis treatments as well. And some research suggests that people who have psoriasis and drink heavily may find that their skin gets better when they stop.

If your condition is especially severe or you take certain medications, like methotrexate and acitretin, your doctor may tell you to stay away from alcohol completely.

Foods That Fight Inflammation

Psoriasis is an inflammatory condition. Research is limited, but some people who have psoriasis say they can manage it better if they eat more inflammation-fighting foods.

Some studies suggest that antioxidants, like vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, and selenium, may make a difference. And some research suggests fatty acids from fish oil can be helpful. More research is needed.

Anti-inflammatory foods are generally healthy, so it shouldn’t hurt to give them a try. They include:

  • Fruits and veggies, especially berries, cherries, and leafy greens
  • Salmon, sardines, and other fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids
  • Antioxidant-rich herbs and spices like thyme, sage, cumin, and ginger
  • Heart-healthy sources of fat, like olive oil, seeds, and nuts

Some foods can make inflammation worse. Eat less of these:

  • Processed foods and refined sugars
  • Fatty cuts of red meat
  • Dairy

Lose Weight

People who are overweight or obese have a higher chance of getting psoriasis, and their symptoms tend to be worse. Studies suggest that your skin may get better if you shed extra pounds. This may be because fat cells make certain proteins that can trigger inflammation and make the condition worse.

You might eat smaller portions, limit carbs or fat, or follow a combination of diet strategies your doctor recommends.

Gluten-Free Diet

You may wonder whether your psoriasis would get better if you ate a gluten-free diet. Although you may hear about success stories from others who have tried it, so far studies aren’t clear that it helps. More research is needed.

This kind of eating plan is needed if you have celiac disease, which, like psoriasis, is an autoimmune disease. This plan may be useful when you have gluten sensitivity. Research suggests that people with psoriasis are more likely to also have another autoimmune disease.

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You may wonder whether your psoriasis would get better if you ate a gluten-free diet. Although you may hear about success stories from others who have tried it, studies aren’t clear that it helps. More research is needed.

This kind of eating plan is needed if you have celiac disease, which, like psoriasis, is an autoimmune disease. This plan may be useful when you have gluten sensitivity. Research suggests that people with psoriasis are more likely to also have another autoimmune disease.

If you go gluten-free, it means you have to cut out foods that have grains like wheat, barley, and rye. The downside is that those foods are also heart-healthy, and psoriasis raises your chance of getting heart disease. Talk to your doctor before you make any changes in the food you eat.

out foods that have grains like wheat, barley, and rye. The downside is that those foods are also heart healthy, and psoriasis raises your chance of getting heart disease. Talk to your doctor before you make any changes in the food you eat.

Beware of Miracle Diets

Even though there’s no proof, you’ll find dozens of psoriasis diets described in books and on websites. At some point, almost every food has been blamed for an outbreak, and there are just as many theories about which foods might be helpful.

You may feel so frustrated with your psoriasis that you’re ready to try anything. Don’t let desperation make you gullible.

If you’re thinking about trying a psoriasis diet, talk to your doctor first. They’ll probably tell you that any diet that cuts down on the amount of junk food and alcohol you eat and drink is OK.

Stay away from extreme diets that claim to cure psoriasis with things like fasting or enemas. They won’t work and can even be dangerous. And don’t assume that supplements are helpful or even safe. Always talk to your doctor before using any supplements or alternative medicines.

Listen to Your Body

Don’t ignore your own experience with psoriasis. If your skin gets worse after you eat certain foods, stop eating them and see what happens. That food could be a trigger for you.

Managing Psoriasis with a Plant-Based Diet

Autoimmune disorders occur when the immune system attacks healthy tissues in the body. Depending on where the immune system attacks, this highlights the type of autoimmune disorder. For instance, when the immune system overreacts, causing rapid reproduction of skin cells, this is called psoriasis. While autoimmune disorders have no cure, many patients have found that symptoms are heavily affected and stymied with certain diets. When it comes to psoriasis, it’s found that modulating a diet to exclude inflammation-causing foods and including anti-inflammatory foods, has had positive effects on managing outbreaks.

Let’s take a deeper look at what psoriasis is and how plant-based foods can help manage outbreaks!

What is Psoriasis?


Psoriasis falls under the umbrella of autoimmune disorders, meaning that “psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis are actually caused by an overactive immune system.” While the medical field doesn’t know what causes psoriasis, it is known that the “immune system and genetics play major roles in its development.”

So, what exactly is psoriasis?

It is a very particular and virulent skin condition that “causes the body to make new skin cells in days rather than weeks.” With the amped-up rapidity of the process, the cells “pile up on the surface of the skin,” creating itchy, scaly, and oftentimes painful thick patches called plague and, if left untreated, can develop into lesions. While psoriasis oftentimes appears on the elbows, knees, or scalp, breakouts can happen anywhere on the skin.

How is a breakout triggered? Unfortunately, there is no single answer.

Triggers are somewhat personalized and curated per case and person, yet researchers have found that there are a few triggers that many psoriasis sufferers share. These include high levels of stress, skin trauma, — referred to as the Koebner phenomenon in which vaccinations, sunburns, and even scratches can trigger psoriasis — certain medications, — lithium, antimalarials, Inderal, quinidine, and indomethacin — any infection that affects the immune system, — in particular, streptococcus infection, also called strep throat — allergies, and even the foods you eat, your diet, may be triggering breakouts.

Along with being painful and itchy, psoriasis is also “associated with other serious health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, and depression.”

Variations of Psoriasis

While there are many triggers that can spur psoriasis, there are also five specific forms that this autoimmune disorder may take. Depending on the type of psoriasis you develop, this will change the management and treatment options. 


Plaque psoriasis is the most common form of the condition. Around “80% to 90% of people living with psoriasis get plaques.” As skin cells reproduce and begin to build on the skin, these are called plagues (placks), taking the form of thick scaly patches. Plague patches can appear anywhere on the body and vary in size, yet they are most commonly found on the knees, elbows, lower back, and scalp. If left untreated, the itching can become intense and the skin may begin to sting, burn, tighten, or feel painful.


Guttate develops in about ten percent of psoriasis sufferers, making it the second most common form of psoriasis. While plague manifests in large, scaly patches, guttate psoriasis “appears as small, dot-like lesions.” This type of psoriasis is oftentimes triggered by a streptococcus infection and may begin in childhood and/or young adulthood.


This type of psoriasis also goes by intertriginous psoriasis. As the name implies, inverse psoriasis manifests in red, smooth, shiny lesions within hidden areas of the skin, such “armpits, groin, under the breasts and in other skin on the body.” Unfortunately, this type of psoriasis may be accompanied by another “type of psoriasis elsewhere on the body at the same time.” While this form of psoriasis “lacks the scale associated with plaque psoriasis,” it is subject to aggravation from rubbing and sweating.


Pustular psoriasis manifests with “white pustules (blisters of noninfectious pus) surrounded by red skin,” yet the pus — created by white blood cells — is not an infection and they are not contagious. This type of psoriasis may be “limited to certain areas of the body — for example, the hands and feet” — or you may develop generalized pustular psoriasis, which “can cover most of the body.”

There are three types of pustular psoriasis: von zumbusch, — a life-threatening form “characterized by widespread areas of reddened skin” — palmoplantar pustulosis (PPP) — characterized by “pustules on the palms of the hand and soles of the feet” — and acropustulosis — a “rare type of psoriasis characterized by skin lesions on the ends of the fingers and sometimes on the toes.


This type of psoriasis is a “particularly inflammatory form of psoriasis that often affects most of the body surface.” Erythrodermic psoriasis generally occurs in conjunction with pustular psoriasis — most commonly von zumbusch — and unstable plague psoriasis and is incredibly rare “occurring once or more during the lifetime of 3 percent of people who have psoriasis.” It’s characterized by “widespread, fiery redness and exfoliation of the skin.” This is a life-threatening form of psoriasis.

Psoriasis, Inflammation, and the Role of Plant-Based Foods

While there are many factors that can trigger psoriasis, most are out of our control. With that said, there is one factor that is completely in your hands and that’s your diet.

With psoriasis, the immune system overreacts, attacking healthy tissues, and causes chronic inflammation. If you were to take a microscope to the process, you’d see proteins called cytokines, carrying out the inflammatory attack, and triggering inflammation. When it comes to psoriasis, this immune system “battle is waged in the skin and joints.” Unfortunately, researchers have not identified the “substances inside the body that the immune response mistakes for antigen,” yet it is understood that infusing the body with healthy anti-inflammatory agents, while also avoiding specific triggers, may help manage the aggravated inflammatory response.

A study published in the Dermatologic Therapy journal in May 2017, found that diet played a large role in affecting psoriasis outbreaks and symptoms, specifically the survey concluded:

[That] “reducing alcohol, gluten, and nightshades – members of the plant family that includes tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant and peppers – led to noticeable improvement in their symptoms. Adding fish oil, vegetables, and vitamin D proved helpful as well. Respondents also named several special diets as particularly effective in alleviating their symptoms: the Pagano diet (based on the principle that psoriasis is caused by a toxic buildup or “leaky gut”), the vegan diet, and the Paleo diet. The gluten-free, low carbohydrate/high protein, Mediterranean and vegetarian diets were also seen to be helpful.” 

Foods that Aggravate Psoriasis

After years of research on psoriasis, there are a few food groups that have been found to be major instigators and aggravators to the disease. Here are the foods that should be avoided and why. With that said, it’s important to speak with your doctor before changing any aspect of your diet!

Red Meat and Dairy

While there are many reasons to avoid red meat and dairy products, when it comes to psoriasis, it’s specifically about the polyunsaturated fatty acid called arachidonic acid.

What is this acid, you ask?

Arachidonic acids are present in the phospholipids of membranes “of the body’s cells, and is abundant in the brain, muscles, and liver,” in particular, in the skeletal muscle. This acid is “involved in cellular signaling” and regulation of signaling enzymes, and is a “key inflammatory intermediate.

Why does it generally trigger a psoriasis response? Research has found that “by-products of arachidonic acid may play a role in creating psoriatic lesions. Foods especially high in arachidonic acid include processed red meats such as sausage and bacon, beef, and eggs.


Gluten happens to be one of the main food groups that almost all autoimmune disorder sufferers should avoid. What’s the connection? Unfortunately, those that have a preexisting autoimmune disorder generally have “increased markers for gluten sensitivity,” which means they have a higher risk of Celiac disease — a “condition characterized by an autoimmune response to the protein gluten.” Steer clear of gluten-containing foods such as wheat, rye, barley, malt, certain processed foods (look at the ingredients on the package), some condiments and sauces, beer, and other malt beverages.

Alcohol and Processed Foods

These two groups are lumped together due to the fact that they both should be avoided for their ability to cause increased bodily inflammation.

Consuming large amounts of processed foods, especially those that are high-calorie, may “lead to obesity, metabolic syndrome, and a variety of chronic health conditions.” This, in turn, leads to “chronic inflammation in the body, which may be linked to psoriasis flare-ups.” Alcohol plays a similar role in psoriasis flare-ups as processed foods due to its “disruptive effects on the various pathways of the immune system.”


Even if you haven’t heard the term nightshades, if you practice a plant-based diet, you’ve most likely been consuming them. Nightshades are veggies that are “part of the plant family Solanaceae,” and, while safe for consumption in the vegetable form, “contain an alkaloid called solanine, which is toxic in high concentrations.” Vegetables in the nightshade group include popularly consumed produce white potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, bell peppers, and spices including cayenne and paprika.

While these veggies are safe and nutritious, they are also “one of the most commonly reported triggers for psoriasis flare-ups. ” Researchers believe this is due to the solanine content, which may cause increased inflammation. 

Food Groups that Manage Psoriasis Symptoms

Now that we know what to avoid, what about foods that can help manage psoriasis outbreaks? While nightshade veggies are on the “don’t eat list,” other anti-inflammatory plant-based foods are actually good for psoriasis. Here are a few food groups to include in your psoriasis-fighting diet!

Vegetables and Fruit

Raw Fruit Tarts/One Green Planet

If you’re looking for a diet that reduces inflammation, look no further than fruits and veggies! Most of these food products are high in antioxidants — properties that “reduce oxidative stress and prevent the body from producing ‘free radicals,’ or reactive oxygen species,” which may prevent or reduce inflammation. In particular, try to incorporate foods that are high in “vitamins A, E, and C, and the minerals iron, copper, manganese, zinc, and selenium.

Try out a few of these anti-inflammatory recipes: Cinnamon Turmeric Sweet Potatoes, Raw Fruit Tarts, Chia Blueberry Cups, or this Brazil Nut Milk.

Spices and Herbs

Pumpkin Puree Sage Risotto/One Green Planet

Along with fruits and veggies, many spices and herbs also have antioxidant properties. By infusing your plant-based meals with flavorful herbs and enriching spices, you’ll also be infusing your body with a double dose of inflammation fighting properties. In particular, you’ll want to focus on cloves, peppermint, cinnamon, oregano, thyme, and sage.

Infuse your food with inflammation-fighting herbs and spices with these delicious recipes: Pumpkin Puree Sage Risotto, Cinnamon Roll Cake, Cauliflower Salad with Roasted Almonds and Brazil Nut Parmesan, of this 5-Ingredient Artichoke Oregano Spread.

Healthy Oils

Chickpea Crust Rainbow Alfredo Pizza/One Green Planet

While it’s recommended to consume heart-healthy oils from fatty fish (such as salmon, sardines, and trout), for those practicing a plant-based diet, these oils can be found in plant-based sources such as olive oil, coconut oil, flaxseed oil, and safflower oil. Healthy oils are higher in inflammation-fighting omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which have been shown to have various other health benefits on top of reducing inflammation.

Try substituting heart-healthy oils in your baking recipes, such as in these coconut oil Two-Bite Chocolate Cookies, this extra-virgin olive oil Chickpea Crust Rainbow Alfredo Pizza, or these flaxseed oil Baked Falafel Balls with Flax and Tahini Sauce.

We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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Ultimate Guide to Managing Psoriasis with Diet

Today, we’re talking to you about the interconnected relationship between diet and skin conditions, like psoriasis. In addition to medication, it is important to consider diet modifications that are known to fight inflammation and lower stress levels. You can manage conditions like psoriasis with diet. Here at Culina, we are firm believers in the power of food to help heal chronic, systemic disease. That’s why I broke down the latest evidence-based recommendations for managing psoriasis with nutrition. Remember that each person is different, and may or may not have symptom relief with different approaches to nutrition.

Psoriasis and inflammation

Psoriasis appears as red, scaly rashes and patches on the skin, usually on the scalp, knees and elbows. We know…not cute. While people experience the painful, itchy symptoms on the outside of the body, psoriasis is actually triggered from within. The immune system is thought to malfunction causing inflammation, which leads to the overproduction of new skin cells. Then, old skin cells build up with new skin cells, creating uncomfortable, scaly patches.

Psoriasis can also impact the joints, and evidence shows it may increase risk of cardiovascular disease. Experts believe that someone with a genetic predisposition to psoriasis is triggered to develop the disease by exposure to stress, infection or even diet choices.

Psoriasis is a medical diagnosis. A doctor examines the skin, rules out any infections, and diagnosis the condition as psoriasis. The skin is typically inflamed and thicker than it would be with eczema. While there is no known cure, various therapies are used to either help manage symptoms as they arise or get to the root of the inflammation. A doctor may prescribe topical creams and moisturizers to alleviate symptoms, light therapy to slow skin cell growth, and medications that suppress the body’s immune response.

We’re going to talk to you about what to eat, because we believe it’s just as important. 

Anti-inflammatory foods

Many studies have demonstrated that certain foods can be powerful tools in fighting inflammation. If you have psoriasis, try incorporating more of these anti-inflammatory foods into your diet. 

Don’t shy away from healthy fats:

Drizzle extra virgin olive oil on salads, toast, and even savory oatmeal! This “liquid gold” is packed with antioxidants and other compounds that help fight inflammation such as polyphenols, oleuropein and caffeic acid. Other healthy fats with numerous anti-inflammatory properties include flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts and avocados. Add a tablespoon of nuts, seeds or a ½ of an avocado to almost any dish — eggs, rice bowls, salads or your dinner entree.

Eat the rainbow:

You’ve heard it a million times…eat your veggies! Load at least half of your plate with colorful fruits and vegetables that are rich in nutrients and antioxidants that are anti-inflammatory. Often the deeper the color, the more nutritious your produce will be. Also, try vegetables such as dark leafy greens, mushrooms, spinach, sweet potatoes and squash. Experiment with a wide variety of fruits such as figs and mangoes.

Berries and grapes are particularly high in the antioxidants, anthocyanins. Meanwhile broccoli is a rich source of sulforaphane, another type of anti-inflammatory antioxidant. Bell and chili peppers contain the antioxidants quercetin, sinapic and ferulic acids. Are we getting nerdy enough for you?

Go Fishin’:

Focus on fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, known to reduce inflammation. Good sources include wild salmon, sardines, anchovies, oysters, trout or tuna. Cans of wild fish are more budget friendly and convenient. Eat fish two times a week to reap the benefits.

Be picky about your meat and eggs:

When it comes to meat, choose grass-fed over conventional. The ratio of omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids is more favorable for your body in grass-fed cuts. Also, pastured eggs are richer in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A, E and D than conventional eggs. Being picky about your animal proteins can get expensive, so we recommend adding more meatless meals starring chickpeas, black beans and tofu to your week. Enjoy the more nutritious animal proteins every so often. 

Spice up your foods:

Turmeric is high in the anti-inflammatory nutrient, curcumin. When you use this spice, pair it with black pepper, high in piperine. Black pepper enhances the absorption of turmeric. Studies show that the duo decreases CRP, an inflammatory marker that is typically actually elevated in psoriasis.

Indulge in dark chocolate:

Dark chocolate that is higher than 70 percent cacao is rich in anti-inflammatory flavanols. Eat a square or two every day!

Foods to Avoid

Processed or packaged foods

While it is okay to indulge every once in a while, packaged foods have many additives, unhealthy fats, salt and sugar that can be highly inflammatory. Here are a few guidelines to help you figure out what to cut out to radiate from within:

  • Avoid processed meats, such as bacon, sausage, pepperoni, hot dogs, deli meat and fast food meals. 
  • Limit white breads and chips including potato, tortilla and pretzels.
  • Be wary of packaged salad dressings and ketchup with added sugars and salts. Look at labels to find products with whole ingredients in them.
  • Avoid fried foods and fatty cuts of meat.
  • Don’t go overboard on sugary beverages and desserts.

Alcohol and smoking

Both alcohol and smoking can wreak havoc on the immune system, and increase risk for a psoriasis flare-up and or make symptoms worse. Gradually work to cut out these inflammatory agents from your lifestyle. 


Gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley, tends to be inflammatory for some people with psoriasis. According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, 25 percent of people suffering from psoriasis are sensitive to gluten. To test this sensitivity, practitioners measure anti-gliadin (AGA) and anti-endomysial (AEA) antibodies.

Before going gluten-free, it is best practice to first test for gluten sensitivity. If negative, you may want to think twice about cutting out the beneficial nutrients in foods containing gluten, such as whole-grain breads and pasta. If positive, dietitians recommend that you go on a gluten-free diet for at least three months to see if you have symptom relief. Avoid processed foods labeled “gluten free,” and instead focus on eating gluten-free breads, pastas and rice with whole ingredients that you recognize.


There is currently controversy on whether the saturated fat and hormones in dairy products leads to inflammation and adverse skin reactions. Some studies even show that dairy may reduce inflammation. If you do want to try eliminating dairy products from your diet, make sure that you are replacing the nutrients you are giving up. Here’s what we mean.

Eat plenty of non-dairy sources of calcium, including almonds, tofu, fortified nut milks and fish with bones in it. Also, many people get their vitamin D from fortified dairy milk. So if you give it up, you may want to consider taking a vitamin D supplement, and eating plenty of fish and eggs.

Before restricting your diet from these good sources of nutrition, first try eating a minimally processed whole-foods diet for a few months. If you still are having trouble, eliminate gluten and dairy products once at a time to see if you notice any improvements. A registered dietitian can be help guide you through this process. 

Weight Loss

Research has shown that there is a positive correlation between body mass index and psoriasis. People with obesity have elevated levels of the cytokines, IL17 and IL23. Research shows that these cytokines play a role in the development of the disease. These two cytokines trigger fat cells to make other substances that cause inflammation throughout the body.

Therefore, weight loss may be helpful when it comes to disease management. Studies have found that psoriasis patients who followed a low-calorie diet in combination with medical treatments had improved symptoms and quality of life. However, diet alone without medication did not sustain these improvements. 


While people have tried a wide range of supplements to help with psoriasis, research shows that fish oil and vitamin D supplementation help alleviate symptoms. Therefore, you may want to consider routinely taking these supplements in addition to eating a variety of minimally processed, fresh foods. 

The Bottom Line

Inflammation is what triggers psoriasis. In addition to medication, eating a variety of foods potent in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds may help reduce disease symptoms. Other strategies may include avoiding processed foods, gluten and dairy, losing some weight and taking certain supplements. Each case is different, and it is important to work with a team of healthcare professionals to help you manage the disease. 


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What foods cause psoriasis to flare up?

Foods to avoid in psoriasis

The foods we will be discussing have been reported to trigger psoriasis and become the reason for it to flare up. But they may not have the same effect on all patients. With that said, let’s discuss what these foods are and how exactly they flare psoriasis. First off, we have red meat and dairy. Both red meat and dairy contain a polyunsaturated fatty acid called arachidonic acid. It is very abundant in eggs as well. Studies have shown that the byproducts of this acid tend to flare up psoriasis. Next is gluten. Celiac disease is a digestive disorder caused by abnormal reaction of the immune system to gluten. In psoriasis patients, gluten detecting markers are extra sensitive and can hence cause psoriasis to flare up even more than it already is. Next we have processed food. Processed food has preservatives and high level of calories that can cause metabolic syndromes and all sorts of eating disorders. This results in chronic inflammations which is closely related to psoriasis.

What foods to go for in psoriasis?

As there are foods to avoid in psoriasis, there foods that can actually help treat the disease as well. These are fresh fruits and vegetables that are anti-inflammatory and have antioxidants that help with inflammation and oxidative stress, fatty fish that has omega-3 fatty acids that are known to decrease inflammation again, and last but not the least, heart-healthy oils like coconut oil, olive oil and flaxseed oil that have omega-3 and omega-6 acids that once again help in reducing flare ups and preventing dry scaly skin.


Conditions of the skin generally benefit from dietary changes, and so adding anti-inflammatory and healthy fresh foods to the diet can really help with psoriasis. There are diets specially designed that you can consider and follow like keto and gluten-free, which will also help tremendously in treating psoriasis. It is important to avoid pro-inflammatory foods like red meat and dairy as we have discussed earlier. The best way is to have a word with your nutritionist and dermatologist as they can guide you well in the right direction. Respecting your body is very important, and avoiding certain foods and taking better ones instead, can really help you live a healthier lifestyle.

Relevant article

https://www. everydayhealth.com/psoriasis/diet/foods-to-avoid-if-you-have-psoriasis/

Ointment from eggs from psoriasis: myth or real help

Psoriasis is also a scaly lichen, one of those diseases that have been known to man since ancient times, but still do not have a sufficient explanation for its occurrence and effective treatment, which makes it possible to forget about the disease forever. But this pathology brings not only physical discomfort in the form of itching and a feeling of tightness of the skin, but also considerable psychological suffering, by which you can not just pass. That is why pharmacology and alternative medicine have developed a variety of medicines that can make life easier for people with such a stubborn and unaesthetic illness. And ointment from eggs from psoriasis among them stands on a separate place, after all it is considered that eggs are the worst enemy of scaly lichen.

There are several options for this ointment. Some of them are more popular, others are less. The effectiveness of some is not in doubt, and around the other there are always disputes, reaching the pages of the Internet before mutual insults. Nevertheless, if such ointments have helped even one or two people to find a few years of a calm, happy life, they have a right to exist. Even if a person has had to go through pain and tears, but this can not be compared with the despair and despair that he had previously not been able to cope with the disease, feeling himself an outcast among others. 

Options for ointments for psoriasis

Ointment from eggs from psoriasis can be prepared from some yolks, proteins or using the whole egg and other useful supplements, which are “scared” by scaly lichen.

  • Ointment of yolks, or rather egg oil, is one of the most popular safe and painless means. True, its preparation requires a lot of raw materials, a certain amount of time and patience. The raw materials for egg yolk are the yolks of hard-boiled fresh domestic eggs, for which 100 g of therapeutic ointment should be taken exactly 20 pieces. And yet it is cheaper than the popular pharmacy from psoriasis.

Ready yolks need as much as possible to stretch a spoon, bringing to a puree state. Then put the resulting gruel on a clean frying pan without oil and grease and fry for a long time, not being lazy while constantly stirring the yolk mass. After about 40-50 minutes, you can notice the appearance of an oily liquid secreted by the yolks. This is a signal to the fact that the process of roasting is over. Further, the yolk mass together with the liquid contents is poured into the cheesecloth and the oil is poured into a separate clean, better glass or ceramic container.

The butter from the yolks is ready. Use it at least 2 times a day, applying to skin areas covered with peeling crust (psoriasis “plaques”). The effectiveness of the ointment is confirmed by numerous reviews.

  • Ointment of yolks, camphor oil, tar and alcohol is not so pleasant to use (it has an unpleasant aroma and burns a little), but it is simple in preparation. It is necessary alternately to mix 3 fresh yolks with a teaspoon of oil, 150 g of tar and the same amount of pure alcohol, all the while carefully mixing the ingredients until uniform.

Store the ointment in a dark place or use a container of dark glass. Apply the product to the skin with a cotton swab. During the day after the application of the ointment, it is undesirable to wet the affected areas. Ideally, wash the skin better than the day after 3 and, drying it, repeat the treatment “session.” Procedures need to be carried out until the state improves significantly, which in unopened cases comes in 2-3 weeks.

  • Protein ointment for psoriasis is less popular and is used in combination with basic methods of therapy. To prepare such an ointment, you need 0.5 protein of a raw egg (about 12-14 g), a teaspoon of honey, 10-15 g of a solidol ointment or even the most solidol, 4-5 g of a fat baby cream and 2 g of dried celandine powder . All components must be thoroughly mixed and used ointment in the morning and in the evening every day for 7 days. Then give the skin a rest for a week and repeat the procedure again.

And, finally, the recipes of the sensational and controversial ointment from eggs and vinegar. It is recipes, because there are several such:

  • Egg and acetic essence of psoriasis. In this case, we need a whole chicken egg with a shell, washed under running water. It must be carefully lowered into a glass with acetic essence. Essence needs to be taken so much that it only covers the egg in the glass. We leave this “beauty” alone for a few days and wait until the shell is completely dissolved. Then we take out the egg, rub it, removing the inner film, and thoroughly mix the egg mass with the vinegar, in which the egg was stored all this time. The medicine for psoriasis is ready.

This remedy is quite aggressive and causes a burning sensation that you just need to endure. To smear it it is necessary only on the places stricken with scaly soil, avoiding areas with healthy skin. You should start with a small amount of ointment and individual lesions (you can smear them alternately), and when the skin gets used a little, the volume of used ointment can be increased.

Some authors of articles on psoriasis recommend using pork or any other fat instead of vegetable oil, but there is no mention of how the composition of fats affects the effectiveness of the drug.

  • Egg and apple cider vinegar. This and the previous recipes are generally similar. Only in this case, the vinegar essence is replaced with apple cider vinegar, the effect of which is slightly softer, and the efficiency is even higher. Vinegar can be used as a store (only real, not flavored), and home-made. Apply the product on the skin can be a thicker layer. In unopened cases, the remission of the disease comes already from the first days of use of the remedy and lasts usually 3-5 years.
  • Eggs and acetic acid. Two fresh eggs must be thoroughly beaten with 1 tbsp. L. Any vegetable oil. In this mixture, add a little less than 2 tsp. Acetic acid and shaken.

Keep the medicine in complete darkness in a tightly closed container.

Use daily before bedtime.

  • Yolks and apple cider vinegar. This recipe is in a sense an analog of variant c, but instead of whole eggs only yolks in the amount of 2 are taken in it, and the role of acetic acid is played by apple cider vinegar. Yes, and the author of the recipe advises taking sunflower unrefined. Prepare the product on the same principle: whisk fresh yolks with butter and add the vinegar. Prepared in this way, the drug for 4 hours put in the refrigerator on the lower shelf, after which it can safely be used 2 times a day, applying to the affected surface of the skin. Burning will be palpable, but bearable.

As you can see, the options for using eggs from psoriasis are enough to choose one among them, which is suitable for you. This, of course, will be a trial and error method, but it will help to choose a truly effective ointment from eggs from psoriasis. After all, the effectiveness of eggs in the fight against scaly lichen is confirmed by the responses of many doctors who consider this tool worthy of support for basic therapy. With regard to the use of ointments from eggs as the sole means of treatment, then, according to the same doctors, this method is unlikely to have a quick and lasting positive effect.

People’s opinion about the treatment of psoriasis with ointments from eggs

The patients’ comments about the use and effectiveness of various ointments from eggs are distinguished by a huge variety of phrases and emotions. At forums dedicated to the treatment of psoriasis, ardent skeptics, without being shy in expressions, simply “troll” those who advocate the protection of ointment from eggs from psoriasis, even the latter give examples from their own lives or the lives of relatives and friends.

The most disagreement is caused by ointments from eggs, described in the previous paragraph under numbers 4a and 4c. And the first is called ointment not from psoriasis, but from rheumatism, known since ancient times. The presence of concentrated vinegar in both recipes causes a sea of negative emotions.

Participants taking on the role of the leader at the forum, motivate their negative attitude by the fact that the vinegar remedy causes severe burning even in the affected, keratinized areas, not to mention the consequences of possible getting it on healthy skin. It remains unclear how this effective remedy in the treatment of rheumatism is applied to the skin without causing a burn, if in the treatment of psoriasis, according to online skeptics, it can “burn” the same skin!

Other forum participants and simple readers of psoriasis sites respond about ointment from psoriasis from eggs and vinegar as a whole positively, citing real examples when this ointment provided a lasting remission of an almost incurable disease for several years. Someone tells about his personal experience, the other cites, as an example, the cases of healing known to him. And you start to wonder, they can not all lie, and why? So, it makes sense to check the recipes from eggs on yourself, if there is a chance, at least temporarily, to defeat the disease. It is not necessary to start with the aggressive means of alternative medicine. You can stock up on patience and prepare for start egg oil or protein ointment.

Ointment from eggs from psoriasis – this is a real chance to give yourself weeks of happiness and peace, if you really cope with the disease and forget about it forever is not possible. People are grateful to such recipes of alternative medicine and say that in a state of despair and “hopelessness” they are ready to endure any pain in order to receive these several years of “leave” from exhausting illness that affects not only the body, but also the soul, overwhelming physically and emotionally.

Egg dish may help treat psoriasis

Joe and Teresa Graedon, who write the weekly syndicated column
People’s Pharmacy, which appears Tuesdays in The Dallas Morning
News, are also co-authors of books on home remedies. Their latest,
Recipes and Remedies From the People’s Pharmacy (Graedon
Enterprises, $14.95), features foods with medicinal properties such
as the one here, which includes curcumin, the active ingredient in

Curcumin has anti-inflammatory properties and has been shown to
help block the enzyme that is associated with the overactive cell
growth responsible for psoriasis. (Caution: Curcumin should not be
taken by anyone taking the anticoagulant warfarin.)

Nancy Churnin


4 large eggs (if you prefer, substitute 2 egg whites for 1 of
the eggs) Pinch salt and ground black pepper 1 teaspoon curcumin
(turmeric) powder 1 tablespoon olive or grapeseed oil 2 tablespoons
milk or water (milk will make the eggs denser and creamier; water,
fluffier and lighter) ½ teaspoon grated parmesan Sprinkling
of chopped chives

In a medium-size mixing bowl, use a fork to mix eggs, salt,
pepper and curcumin powder. (Be very careful with the curcumin
powder; it will dye everything it touches a bright, summery

Add olive or grapeseed oil to a large sauté pan or
skillet, and set your burner to medium-low heat. While the oil is
heating, stir milk or water into your egg mixture. When oil is hot,
pour egg mixture into pan or skillet. Let eggs set for 15 to 20
seconds before gently scrambling with a wooden spatula. Add
parmesan. Let set for another 15 seconds, and gently scramble
again. Repeat until eggs look almost but not quite cooked. (They’ll
continue to cook on the plate.)

Serve, and add a sprinkling of chives to each dish for garnish.
Makes 2 servings.

PER SERVING: Calories 221 (71% fat) Fat 18 g (4 g sat)
Cholesterol 425 mg Sodium 230 mg No fiber Carbohydrates 2 g Protein
13 g

Do’s and don’ts for psoriasis

Treatment of psoriasis is a long and complex process, the most important moments of which are the experience of treatment, long-term observation of patients and the correct choice of methods and means of therapy. You should always remember that the main thing in the treatment of this unpredictable disease is “noli nocere” (do no harm). In many ways, the treatment of psoriasis depends on the patient himself, on his awareness of this disease, state of mind, mood, optimism.

Make sure that it is really psoriasis (if the rash appeared for the first time).Remember what circumstances and events preceded the appearance of the rash. These can be stressful situations, any intoxication – drug, alcohol, food, etc., prolonged hypothermia, infectious diseases and vaccinations, skin trauma (including perm, hair coloring), etc. Subsequently, if possible, eliminate the influence of these factors on your body.

Not allowed

  1. Get sick. Avoid the transition of acute infectious diseases to chronic ones.

  2. Drink, smoke. Remember that alcohol and tobacco use tend to make psoriasis more difficult to treat and exacerbate it.

  3. “Clean”. Recently popular “cleansing” of the body can also act as provoking factors. Do not get carried away with fasting.

  4. To abuse ultraviolet light. Many patients go to the sea to get rid of the disease with thalassotherapy and heliotherapy (sea and sun), but soon they become convinced that the disease progresses again and comes with renewed vigor, again makes itself felt – the sun has a detrimental effect on the patient, it “drives in” psoriasis is even deeper into the body, and after a while the opposite happens, therefore, it is better to take sea and sun baths after the autumn-winter treatment and prevention by summer.

  5. There is everything. Successful treatment of psoriasis largely depends on adherence to the dietary regimen, which in this disease should be physiologically complete in terms of energy value, fat and carbohydrate content. It is necessary to exclude the consumption of citrus fruits, chocolate, eggs, honey, whole milk and products containing red pigment (tomatoes, peppers, strawberries, etc.). After the disappearance of plaques, during the period of remission, do not abuse these products, it is advisable to sharply limit sour, spicy and fatty foods, smoked meats, sweets.

If possible, avoid foods that cause allergic reactions or limit their consumption. Increase the number of meals, but at the same time reduce the volume of meals. Eat dishes boiled, baked, stewed.

Successful treatment of psoriasis largely depends on the elimination of spicy dishes, spices and herbs, seasonings (mustard, mayonnaise, etc.), smoked products, strong meat, fish and mushroom broths and sauces. Significantly reduce your intake of table salt and salty foods.

With the intensive progression of the process, fasting days and a sharp restriction on the consumption of alcoholic beverages are required. Minimize your intake of sugar-containing foods.

Treatment of psoriasis, as a rule, is complex, and is carried out taking into account many factors that contribute to the development or exacerbation of the disease, as well as adherence to certain dietary rules.


  1. Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). Particular attention should be paid to the consumption of vegetable oils, which contain polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA).The intake of PUFA in sufficient quantities is very important in psoriasis, since they form biologically active substances in the body (including tissue hormones prostaglandins, which play the role of regulators of biological processes), have anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects, have a positive effect on the skin condition (since they are included in composition of cell membranes) and the walls of blood vessels, regulate metabolism (in particular, fat metabolism in the liver, the exchange of a number of vitamins).

  2. Fiber. In this group of patients, there is a need to periodically maintain the cleansing function of the liver and its participation in lipid metabolism. Regular bowel movements are essential. With a tendency to constipation, the diet includes foods with a high content of dietary fiber and dishes with a “laxative” effect (salads with vegetable oil, vinaigrette, etc.). In addition, dietary fiber has other important properties: it affects the metabolism, maintains the balance of minerals in the body. Food should be enriched with products that normalize lipid metabolism (buckwheat porridge, cottage cheese, etc.)).

  3. Vitamins. Psoriasis treatment is more successful when close attention is paid to the intake of vitamins in the body, belonging to the group of antioxidants that support healthy skin and nails. They help neutralize free radicals that damage the skin, strengthen the walls of blood vessels, and are important for the synthesis of collagen and elastin (constituents of connective tissue). The complex of B vitamins involved in all cellular processes also helps to maintain healthy skin.In addition, B vitamins have a beneficial effect on the state of the nervous system, which is important in this disease. Typical for psoriasis is the increased proliferation of skin cells and their incomplete maturation. It was found that the cells of the upper layer of the skin (keratinocytes) have a high sensitivity to vitamin O. Currently, preparations with vitamin O are successfully used in practical medicine, which, acting through receptors on keratinocytes, lead to an increase in their differentiation and thus try to normalize the development epidermis.

When drawing up a diet, it is important to remember to include in the diet foods rich in vitamins: E (vegetable oils), C (rose hips, bell peppers, currants), A beta-carotene (liver, butter, sweet peppers), O (fish products ), B (beef liver, buckwheat groats), as well as bioflavonoids (currants).

  1. Calcium. The diet must be enriched with foods – sources of calcium (cottage cheese, fermented milk products, etc.), which have anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects.

  2. Zinc. In psoriasis, it is important to take into account the intake of zinc with food, on which the production of protein necessary for healing wounds, increasing immunity and antioxidant protection depends.


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Nutrition and lifestyle for psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder that causes red, itchy and flaky patches.It is impossible to cure it completely, but today there are remedies that help reduce the manifestations of psoriasis. These include the cream “Kartalin”.

Useful tips for atopic dermatitis

People who suffer from this ailment need to follow a special diet. It involves avoiding foods that can cause allergic reactions. It is advisable to exclude citrus fruits, chocolate, honey, eggs, whole milk, as well as red vegetables and fruits from the diet.Give up spicy dishes, various spices and seasonings, smoked meats, rich meat, mushroom and fish broths, sauces. Limit your intake of salt and sugar-containing foods. Avoid alcoholic beverages.

The diet of a person suffering from psoriasis must necessarily include celery, carrots and onions, asparagus and cucumbers, garlic, broccoli, parsnips, olives, zucchini, all varieties of cabbage. You can eat bananas, melons and apples. No more than twice a week, it is allowed to include lamb, rabbit, chicken, turkey or low-fat game dishes in the diet.With psoriasis, it is allowed to eat fish such as salmon, white perch, halibut, hake, sturgeon, tuna, sardines, cod. Foods are best steamed, stewed, or baked in the oven, but not fried.

With psoriasis, one should try to avoid contracting any diseases, since against the background of reduced immunity, they can quickly turn into chronic ones. Stop smoking. Try not to overuse sun exposure. Previously, people believed that it allows you to get rid of psoriasis, but in fact, ultraviolet rays only drive this disease deep into the body, and then it manifests itself with renewed vigor.With psoriasis, physical exercise, running and walking in the fresh air, positive emotions are encouraged. Well, if you are interested in the treatment of atopic dermatitis, you will find information about it on our website.


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Psoriasis: Causes, Symptoms, Psoriasis in Children | doc.ua

Psoriasis is often the cause of psoriatic plaques – red and dry patches that protrude slightly above the skin. They form as areas of chronic inflammation with excessive proliferation of cells of the immune system – lymphocytes, macrophages, skin keratinocytes and excessive formation of small capillaries. In addition to the skin, psoriasis often affects the nails, and 10-15% of patients with psoriasis suffer from joint damage caused by this disease.

The theory that psoriasis is acquired by an infectious route has been completely refuted in our time. In general, people with dry and sensitive skin are more likely to suffer from this disease than with oily and moisturized skin. In a patient, psoriasis often develops where damage to the skin is found – the presence of scratches, abrasions, cuts in places that are usually exposed to contact with chemical detergents, friction.

Forms and classification of psoriasis

The course of psoriasis is carried out in various forms with various clinical manifestations.

The forms of psoriasis are broadly classified as non-pustular and pustular. Non-pustular psoriasis includes ordinary, simple and erythrodermic psoriasis. Pustular – generalized pustular, palmoplantar and annular psoriasis, chronic persistent acrodermatitis and herpetiform psoriatic impetigo.

Additional forms of psoriasis are also distinguished:
  • drug-induced;
  • seborrhea-like psoriasis;
  • psoriasis of bending surfaces and folds of the skin;
  • Napkin’s psoriasis.

There is a classification of psoriasis depending on the severity. The defeat of 3% of the skin surface or less – mild psoriasis, 3-10% – medium, above 10% of the skin is affected – severe. At the same time, regardless of the form of the severity of the disease, the damage to the joints of psoriasis is classified as a severe form.

The severity and activity of the course of the disease is often assessed using the psoriasis severity index (PASI), which converts the estimates of the area of ​​psoriatic lesions and the severity of the lesions into a visual linear scale.

Psoriasis teardrop

Guttate psoriasis – one of the forms of psoriasis, which is characterized by an undulating course and the appearance of rashes in various parts of the body. Guttate inflammation occurs in any area of ​​the body and at different ages. Most often, the teardrop-shaped form of psoriasis is observed in people aged 16 to 27 years. The size of the formations can be different: from small spots of small size to spots of large diameter up to 10 cm.

The first signs of guttate psoriasis may appear in adolescence.According to studies, the disease most often develops after otitis media, tonsillitis and other infections. Psoriasis of the teardrop type is unpredictable. Psoriatic plaques can appear in a separate place, and then disappear, and after a while they appear again in another part of the body.

The cause of guttate psoriasis is most often a bacterial infection, streptococcal. In some cases, the disease can occur against the background of viral infections. Guttate psoriasis begins 2-3 weeks after a streptococcal infection: tonsillitis, sinusitis, otitis media and others.Especially in people with weak immunity.

Areas of psoriasis

  • Psoriasis on the hands is a chronic condition that affects the skin of the palms, the area between the fingers and the hand. The disease can affect the joints of the upper and lower extremities and lead to psoriatic arthritis. For this reason, a person loses the ability to work and may become disabled. Psoriasis on the hands can be inherited and begin as a result of a malfunction of the immune system, metabolic disorders, endocrine system functioning, mechanical irritation of the skin of the hands, contact with chemical and toxic substances, stress, depression.

  • Psoriasis on the legs can most often give complications such as edema of the lower extremities, psoriatic arthritis, disease of the nail plates. Patients feel severe discomfort and unpleasant sensations, they are strongly suppressed psychologically. The cause of the development of psoriasis on the legs has not yet been precisely established. Most experts are inclined to believe that the disease occurs due to a hereditary factor and a malfunction of the immune system, which is aggressive towards its tissues.Because of this, accelerated cell division and plaque formation begins.

  • The development of psoriasis on the face can be associated with many reasons, among which are most often a failure in the immune system, diseases of the endocrine system, infectious and chronic diseases, constant stress, excessive alcohol and smoking. Experts are inclined to the theory of a malfunction in immunity, which leads to increased activity of skin cells. Rapid cell division occurs, the old ones do not have time to separate and psoriatic plaques are formed.

  • In psoriasis of the scalp, a large dense formation occurs on the surface of the scalp, and its borders run along the forehead. Some small plaques can spread to the forehead and neck. They do not impede hair growth and do not lead to hair loss. The main cause of scalp psoriasis is a hereditary predisposition. The disease may not manifest itself for many years, however, with negative factors, it begins to progress.These factors include diseases of the endocrine system, stomach, decreased immunity, smoking, alcohol abuse, stress and constant nervous tension.

  • Psoriasis on the elbows may not appear for a long time, however, with a negative factor, it begins to manifest itself. There is a violation of metabolic processes, a malfunction of the endocrine and immune systems. As a result, the process of dividing skin cells is accelerated, old cells do not have time to die off and layering occurs – psoriatic plaques, papules.There are many reasons for the development of psoriasis on the elbows: stress, insomnia, diseases of the endocrine system, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, prolonged use of drugs, smoking and alcohol. The specific reasons have not yet been established, so doctors consider psoriasis a multifactorial disease.
  • Palmar plantar psoriasis occurs at any age, most often at the age of 30-50 years. The disease can be inherited. If there are no predisposing factors, psoriasis may not appear.The reasons for the development of psoriasis of the palms and soles can be constant mechanical or chemical irritations of the skin: stay in water, contact with chemical and other harmful substances at work, wearing uncomfortable shoes. The development of palmar plantar psoriasis can also be caused by various infectious diseases, such as: scarlet fever, in which the upper layers of the palms and soles are rejected, chronic tonsillitis, sinusitis, pyelonephritis, as well as smoking, alcohol abuse, endocrine disorders, stress, low immunity.

  • Nail psoriasis develops due to a malfunction in the body’s immunity, which leads to the division and growth of immature cells of the upper layer of the skin and the stratum corneum of the nail plate. The immune system perceives them as a foreign body and produces specific antibodies. This leads to damage to your own skin and nails, nails become brittle and fragile, begin to flake off.


Hypotheses for the development of psoriasis

Despite the knowledge of the disease of psoriasis, the causes of its formation and the process of development are still unknown, there are only hypotheses.

The first hypothesis suggests that psoriasis is a primary skin disease with a disruption to the normal maturation process, in which there is an increased proliferation of skin cells. The positive effect in the treatment of psoriasis with drugs that slow down the growing volume of keratinocytes only confirms this hypothesis.

The second hypothesis is based on the fact that psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that provokes the activation of cells that protect the body from various infections.They create most of the chemical factors that cause inflammation and active proliferation of keratinocytes. This hypothesis is supported by the fact that immunosuppressants increase the likelihood of reduction or disappearance of psoriatic lesions.

Many genes are known that play a large role in the development of psoriasis or develop it themselves, but it is not yet known how they interact with each other during the development of the disease. In parallel with psoriasis, there is a deterioration in the regulation of the endocrine system, and a violation of the rhythm of melatonin release contributes to insomnia, weakness and increased anxiety.Sometimes psoriasis occurs simultaneously with autoimmune thyroiditis and hypothyroidism.

A group of scientists made the assumption that sex hormones are also involved in the process of psoriasis, explaining that women are more susceptible to this disease, and its course sometimes improves during pregnancy with further relapse.


Psoriasis in terms of the importance of deterioration in the quality of life of patients is on a par with such diseases as depression and heart failure.Also, psoriasis can provoke depression, stress, social anxiety.

Simple psoriasis

80-90% of patients have ordinary, simple psoriasis. Symptoms of plaque psoriasis are often red skin lesions covered with light silver skin that peels off easily. The skin under this layer contains an excessive number of blood vessels and may bleed as a result. Such areas are called psoriatic plaques. Their size can increase, connecting with adjacent plaques and forming plaque plates.

Psoriasis of flexion surfaces

Smooth, red, inflamed patches without peeling, which are located in the skin folds without affecting other areas of the skin or with minor damage. The most susceptible to this form of psoriasis are folds in the groin, armpits, as well as folds of skin under the mammary glands of women and under the abdomen with obesity. Often, friction of the skin, its injury leads to complications in the form of a secondary fungal infection and worsens the course of psoriasis.The skin, with the presence on it of many small dry growths of red or purple in the form of drops or small dots, is a sign of teardrop psoriasis. These small formations mainly affect a large area of ​​the skin, mainly the thigh. They also cover the shoulders, forearms, psoriasis of the scalp, back, neck, psoriasis on the face is formed. Often the development of this type of psoriasis is triggered by infections of streptococcal sore throat or pharyngitis.

Pustular or exudative psoriasis

It manifests itself as blisters with a clear liquid inside and redness of the skin with inflammation around them.Pustular psoriasis has a localized lesion, most often the legs and forearms. If the pathology is severe, pustular psoriasis is extensive – it spreads pustules throughout the body, and they merge into each other.

Nail psoriasis

Causes changes in the color of nails and the nail bed, reduces the density of nails, making them brittle, provokes the appearance of dots, spots on the nails and under them. The skin under and around the nails thickens.

Arthropathic psoriasis

Psoriasis, the syndromes of which disappear with inflammation of the joints and connective tissue, mainly affects the small joints of the distal phalanges of the toes and hands – arthropathic psoriasis.This leads to swelling of the fingers, in other words – to psoriatic dactylitis. This form of psoriasis can also affect the hip, knee, and vertebral joints.

Sometimes such arthritis deprives the patient of the ability to move independently, sometimes it makes him bedridden with severe disability. The likelihood of death in such severe forms becomes higher, because in the immobilized bed rest, bedsores and pneumonia occur. About 10-15% of patients suffer from psoriatic arthritis.

Erythrodermic psoriasis

It develops with peeling of the skin on the head, most of the entire skin or all of the skin, accompanied by itching, swelling and soreness of the skin. Often this type of psoriasis is formed with a sharp refusal from systemic treatment. Alcohol, stress and colds can also trigger erythrodermic psoriasis. In this form of the disease, lethal outcome is not excluded, since too inflamed skin reduces the body’s ability to regulate the temperature of the body.

Exacerbation of psoriasis

Exacerbation of psoriasis can be caused by many factors. Many patients note that the disease can begin for no particular reason. There have been many studies, but they could not give a clear answer to this question. In each person, an exacerbation can be triggered by a specific reason, but most often the following are distinguished:

  • constant experiences and stress;
  • chronic or acute infection;
  • some drugs;
  • violation of metabolic processes;
  • non-compliance with the diet;
  • alcohol or smoking;
  • contact with chemicals;
  • change of climatic zones;
  • allergy to cosmetics;
  • HIV infection in the AIDS stage.

Exacerbation of psoriasis most often affects areas of drier and thinner skin that has been exposed to mechanical or chemical stress: at the site of scratches, wounds, contact with household chemicals. Experts believe that this process causes a streptococcal infection, which easily penetrates dry skin and causes dry inflammation and accelerated division of keratinocytes. Psoriasis is a chronic disease, therefore, it is characterized by stages of remission and exacerbation. Subject to all the rules, he may not bother for a long time.

Psoriasis in children

Children’s psoriasis proceeds seasonally, in winter it worsens, remission occurs in summer. This is a hereditary disease. If one of the parents has psoriasis, the probability that the child will get sick is 25%, and if both – then 60-75%. Psoriasis occurs due to negative factors, most often due to infectious and severe colds, stress, low immunity, and the use of certain medications.

There are several types of psoriasis in children:

  • limited psoriasis – the rash affects one part of the body;
  • widespread psoriasis – rashes occur on two or more parts of the body;
  • universal psoriasis – rashes are localized on all areas of the skin, but there are light parts;
  • erythroderma is the most severe form of psoriasis, in which the entire body of the child is affected.

Psoriasis is characterized by the appearance of a rash on the skin in the form of red plaques with silvery-white patches that itch and easily flake off. Symptoms of psoriasis in children are expressed in the form of cracks and wounds in the plaques, from which blood can flow, which leads to a secondary infection. Psoriatic manifestations on the skin in children are similar to adults, but there are differences. Children’s psoriasis is characterized by the development of Kebner’s syndrome – the appearance of rashes in places that have been irritated or injured.The disease lasts a long time, with the exception of a teardrop-shaped, more favorable form of psoriasis.

Psoriatic eruptions can be located in various parts of the body. Most often, the skin of the elbows and knees, buttocks, navel, scalp suffers. Among the symptoms of psoriasis in children, there are severe itching, pain, tightness of the skin. In every third child, psoriasis affects the nails, in which small holes appear on the nail plates, similar to the fossa of a thimble. Plaques often appear in the folds of the skin, on the mucous membranes, especially on the tongue, and the rash can change its place and shape.With psoriasis in children, the skin of the palms and soles of the foot thickens. The face is affected less often, a rash occurs on the forehead and cheeks, and can spread to the ears.

Is psoriasis transmitted

Most often, the disease is inherited and can begin due to a negative factor, nervous stress, chronic diseases. Can I get psoriasis from another person:

  • psoriasis is not transmitted by contact with a patient through handshake, touch, hugs and other contacts;
  • cannot be infected while caring for a sick person;
  • psoriasis is not transmitted sexually or through kissing;
  • you cannot get infected by contact and everyday life, so you can safely use common items of use: a towel, dishes and others;
  • psoriasis is not caused by pathogenic microorganisms, therefore, the patient is not contagious to those around him, since there is no source of infection.

How is psoriasis transmitted from person to person? There are several theories about the origin of psoriasis. Some doctors believe that it is inherited, others that it is an infectious-allergic disease. Some dermatologists are inclined to believe that the cause is in endocrine disorders of the body. Disruption of metabolic processes lead to the failure of important systems and cause psoriasis. But in any case, the disease cannot be infected.

Most scientists are inclined to the theory that psoriasis is inherited.Studies have shown that metabolic disorders in the blood and skin of patients occur early and before clinical manifestations. According to analyzes carried out in certain families, identical markers were found in the blood of healthy relatives with a direct relationship. This suggests that the processes in psoriasis in cells are inherited and create a risk of developing the disease. However, not all relatives necessarily develop psoriasis. Although the risk of the disease is quite high – from 20 to 60%.Many children get psoriasis due to hereditary factors. In some families, the disease was transmitted from grandmothers and great-grandmothers.

The highest risk of psoriasis morbidity is noted at the age of 20-45 years, the percentage of patients exceeds 70% of the total number of patients. Recently, children and adolescents have begun to suffer from psoriasis more often, especially in severe forms, psoriatic erythroderma and psoriatic arthropathy. The disease is observed at the age of 13-15, as hormonal changes occur in the body.How can you get psoriasis at an early age? Psoriasis in children can occur in the first year of life, at 4 and 7 months, and only for genetic reasons. At the same time, the parents may not get sick, and the signs of the disease may appear in them later.

Consequences of psoriasis

Psoriasis is a serious disease of the skin and the whole body, as it can give various complications. With extensive lesions of the skin, the body’s defense system, immune processes, and tissue metabolism are disrupted.Psoriasis affects all body systems:

  • Psoriatic arthritis;
  • Damage to the nails indicates the onset of joint diseases. If the patient changes the appearance of the nail plates, depressions, oil spots, destruction of the nail plates appear, there is a risk of developing psoriatic arthritis.
  • Eye diseases: conjunctivitis, lens sclerosis, iritis, episcleritis and others.
  • Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, mucous membranes of the oropharynx, urethra, bladder.
  • Increase in the size of the liver and spleen.
  • Disturbance of the central nervous system: delirium, epileptic seizures, encephalopathy.
  • Sharp muscle pain, muscle atrophy, muscle weakness.
  • Heart diseases: myocarditis, pericarditis, heart defects.
  • Disorders of the endocrine system: enlarged lymph nodes.

Today there are a large number of treatments for psoriasis. Therapy is selected depending on the stage of the disease.At the initial stages, local hormonal and non-hormonal ointments, creams can be applied, with a progressive form of psoriasis, phototherapy and ultraviolet treatment are indicated. Treatment in sanatorium-resort complexes with the help of mud and other medicinal baths is widely used. During the treatment period and after, the patient must follow a diet, limit food allergens so as not to cause a relapse.


Psoriasis is treated in a systemic manner. In the initial stage, local treatment is prescribed with the help of creams, ointments, preparations with keratolytic substances.To achieve high efficiency, phototherapy is used in conjunction with photochemotherapy. With long-term use of one type of treatment, psoriasis can become resistant to it, so different methods should be periodically combined.

Treatment of drip psoriasis is a long process, since this form of the disease is characterized by an unpredictable course. In most cases, guttate psoriasis affects a large area of ​​the body. For mild psoriasis, local creams and ointments based on natural substances are used.A severe form of the disease is treated with drugs based on corticosteroid hormones: Ryderm, Diprosalik, Elokom, Advantan.

For the treatment of psoriasis on the head, drugs are used that contain hormones – corticosteroids. They are highly effective and help to achieve quick results, however, they have many side effects, therefore they are prescribed for severe stages of psoriasis. In severe psoriasis, it is recommended to have a short haircut, since you have to often apply ointments and creams, and wash your head every day.It is necessary to avoid complex hairstyles, styling and less often to pull the hair with an elastic band, hairpins. It is not recommended to use sharp hairpins, invisible hairpins, curlers, curlers, as they can injure the skin. Hair can be gently blow-dried so as not to dry out the scalp.

Vitamins for psoriasis

With psoriasis, not only the skin suffers, but all systems of the body, therefore, a person needs an additional intake of a vitamin complex. Vitamins for psoriasis are extremely necessary for the body to restore the regenerative processes of the skin, strengthen nails, hair, and bone tissue.They help to restore tissue structures, improve metabolic processes and increase immunity. The complex and dosage of vitamins should be prescribed by a doctor, since an increased content of vitamins in the body is harmful to health.

What vitamins to drink for psoriasis:

  • vitamin A;
  • vitamin E;
  • vitamin D;
  • B vitamins;
  • vitamin C;
  • calcium and zinc additives.

Aevit is a necessary complex of vitamins for psoriasis.It includes 2 vitamins A and E at once. These vitamins are useful for any type of psoriasis, including the head. Aevit accelerates the recovery processes, improves blood circulation, tissue nutrition, due to which the skin is quickly restored and renewed. Vitamin E fights free radicals and prolongs the youthfulness of the skin, eliminates wrinkles. Vitamin A and E can be taken separately, but Aevit is more useful, as it is better absorbed by the body. You need to take it 1 capsule per day.

Pills for psoriasis

In the treatment of psoriasis, topical preparations are widely used, which are quite effective.These are hormonal and non-hormonal ointments. Hormonal drugs or glucocorticosteroids have a strong effect and quickly eliminate the symptoms of the disease. However, their long-term use can cause a withdrawal effect, in which the action of the drug is terminated, and the refusal to use it is problematic. Hormone-based ointments have severe side effects and can cause a number of serious illnesses. These drugs negatively affect the state of the liver, endocrine system, kidneys, heart and blood vessels.

The best medicines for psoriasis are ointments based on substances such as:

  • Triamcinolone – this substance is included in Berlikort, Kenalog, Ftorocort, Nazacort, Triacort ointments. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antipruritic effects. Causes side effects such as irritation, itching, eczema, atrophic and infectious skin lesions with prolonged use.
  • Mometasone – is included in such drugs as Skin Light, Momat, Uniderm.Relieves itching, irritation, allergies. Causes side effects in the form of itching, burning, pigmentation, stretching of the skin.
  • Flumethasone, fluocinonide acetonide, flucortonol – are a part of Lokasalen, Sinalar, Lokakorten, Flucort, Flucinar ointments. They have antipruritic, antiexudative, anti-allergic effects. They can cause side effects: itching, burning, atrophy, extensive pigmentation, stretching, systemic skin disorders.

Non-hormonal ointments are less effective, but they do not cause side effects and do not affect the state of the body.Non-hormonal drugs include Salicylic ointment, Daivobet, Kartalin, Belosalik, Akrustal, Zinc ointment, cream with vitamin D.

In addition to pills for psoriasis, the patient can be prescribed vitamin complexes, hepatoprotectors to protect the liver, Heptral, Phosphogliv, Omega-3 fatty acids, immunomodulators, enterosorbents to eliminate toxins from the intestines, antiallergic drugs, Suprastin, Tavegil, Tsetrin.

Injections for psoriasis

Injections are an effective method of treatment, as they are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream and begin to actively act on the body.Depending on the main substance, injections for psoriasis are divided into the following groups:

  • immunomodulators: pyrogenal, thymalin, glutoxim;
  • immunosuppressants: humira, remicade, stelara;
  • antihistamines: tavegil, chloropyramine;
  • hepatoprotectors: heptor, heptral;
  • glucocorticosteroids: diprospan, phlosterone, hydrocortisone, prednisolone, metipred.

Immunomodulating drugs normalize metabolism in cells and tissues.They have anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, analgesic, hemostimulating effects.

Immunosuppressants contain monoclonal bodies and give better results. Several such injections for psoriasis can be given per year. Their disadvantage is that the cost is not available to everyone. Also, these drugs help to reduce the function of the body’s immune system, which leads to the development of other diseases.

Hepatoprotectors are prescribed to cleanse the liver, remove toxins from the body.They have a regenerating, antioxidant and cleansing effect.

Antihistamines are prescribed to eliminate itching, edema, as they have anticholinergic, antiserotonin, sedative and analgesic effects. This group of drugs is used if psoriasis causes an allergic reaction.

Glucocorticosteroids are the most effective injections for psoriasis. They have anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic and immunosuppressive effects.However, they are prescribed only in critical cases, as they are addictive, give many side effects, and act for a short time.

Cream for psoriasis

Non-hormonal cream for psoriasis is safer than hormonal drugs, since it does not cause side effects, it contains only natural ingredients. It has been applied over a long period. Depending on the active substance, several non-hormonal creams for psoriasis are distinguished:

  • zinc – Zinocap has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties, Skin-cap quickly eliminates itching, burning and dry skin, has antiseptic properties, is not addictive, can be used for the face and in the folds of the skin;
  • calcipotriol or with vitamin D – Daivonex is used for long-term treatment of a simple form of psoriasis, promotes regeneration and rapid healing of the skin;
  • with urea and naphthalan – Losterin is used for daily care, softens and eliminates skin inflammation;
  • with herbal extracts – Psoril is used for daily care, eliminates itching, burning, dryness and flaking of the skin, has anti-inflammatory, disinfecting and regenerating properties;
  • with floralisin – Zorka cream softens the skin, eliminates inflammation, accelerates the recovery processes in the skin;
  • with urea and beeswax – Topikrem is suitable for very dry and rough skin, has a high moisturizing, nourishing effect, restores the protective fatty film on the skin, cannot be used on the face and damaged skin.

Hormonal creams and ointments for psoriasis include Hydrocortisone and Prednisolone ointment, Lorinden, Laticort, Lokacorten, Lokoid, Ftorocort and others. They are fast acting and highly effective due to the change in the level of hormones in the body. However, with prolonged use, they pose a high health hazard, since they affect the condition of the kidneys, liver, heart, endocrine system, disrupt metabolism, lead to osteoporosis and arthritis. Hormonal creams are prescribed only for severe psoriasis.

Treatment of psoriasis with salicylic ointment

Psoriasis is a chronic disease and therefore requires constant treatment. Among non-hormonal ointments for psoriasis, salicylic ointment has proven itself well. In its composition, it contains salicylic acid, which has medicinal properties. Due to its high efficiency, salicylic ointment for psoriasis has only positive patient reviews.

Salicylic ointment has been used for a long time. The active ingredient is salicylic acid, which is obtained from willow bark.Salicylic ointment is used in the treatment of not only psoriasis, but also other skin diseases. It has high anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties. Unlike hormonal drugs, salicylic ointment does not cause severe side effects, but it must be used strictly according to the doctor’s prescription.

Salicylic acid ointments for psoriasis have a positive effect on the skin:

  • anti-inflammatory – relieve itching and inflammation;
  • antiseptic – cleanses the skin of germs and infections;
  • keratoplastic – dry the skin and protect it from purulent processes;
  • keratolytic – softening and dissolving the rejection of the stratum corneum.

Salicylic zinc ointment can also be used for psoriasis. It is highly effective because it contains zinc oxide and salicylic acid. Zinc oxide promotes disinfection and relieves inflammation, dries out rashes. Salicylic acid has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

Shampoos for psoriasis

Shampoos for scalp psoriasis are divided into the following groups:

  • tar;
  • antifungal;
  • medicinal, which include medicinal substances: salicylic acid, ichthionol, ketoconazole, zinc and others;
  • cosmetic products with a therapeutic effect;
  • baby shampoos.

Tar shampoos: “Friderm Tar”, “Psorilom” tar shampoo, “Tar for a bath” shampoo from grandmother Agafia, “Algopix”, tar shampoo 911. Contains birch, willow, pine, juniper or coal tar. The active substances of tar gently cleanse the skin of sebum, dead cells, wash off fatty ointments well, eliminate inflammation, flaking, severe skin itching and other symptoms of psoriasis. Tar also stops the formation of fungus on the skin.

Antifungal shampoos for psoriasis: Nizoral, Keto Plus, Squafan, Bioderma, Vichy.Thanks to their composition, fungal formations on the scalp are eliminated. Itching may worsen at the beginning of use. The main active ingredient in the shampoo is the antifungal component ketoconazole. Regular use of shampoos eliminates the growth of fungal infection, eliminates itching, heals wounds and abrasions on the skin.

Healing shampoos contain components such as salicylic acid, urea, ichthyol, zinc and others. The most famous is “Skin Cup”, which is available in the form of a spray.These substances actively fight bacteria, microbes, soften inflamed skin, and stop the growth of fungal flora.

Cosmetic shampoos for scalp psoriasis: Friderm Balance, Harmony of Pure Metals shampoo, Sulsena, Natura. Suitable for sensitive skin, softening it. Cosmetic shampoos normalize sebum secretion, eliminate dandruff, flaking, protect against hair loss, and strengthen hair. The main action of these shampoos is to maintain the appearance of the hair.

Children’s shampoos for scalp psoriasis: Johnsons Baby, Bubchen, Natura Siberica. These shampoos do not contain fragrances, preservatives, dyes, aggressive foaming agents, so they are ideal for psoriasis. In baby shampoo, the pH level is as close as possible to the pH of the skin, therefore, dry skin and inflammation are eliminated. Baby shampoo should be free of sodium lauryl sulfate and propylene glycol, transparent and odorless.

Scalp psoriasis requires proper care.The water for washing should be warm, never hot. It is better to let your hair dry on its own, if you are in a hurry, use the minimal mode of the hairdryer. It is not recommended to curl, use curling irons, curlers, as they dry out the skin. With psoriasis, it is worth giving up complex hairstyles, tight tails and braids, and the use of elastic bands and hairpins. It is better to do a short hairstyle, as the hair needs to be washed every day.

Treatment of psoriasis with alternative methods

How to get rid of psoriasis with folk remedies? Warm baths have worked well.For the therapeutic effect, various agents are added to them:

  • sea salt;
  • soda;
  • celandine and other herbs;
  • starch;
  • turpentine.

The bath should be taken for 15-20 minutes. The water should be warm, not hot, so as not to damage sore skin. After the procedure, it is recommended to dry without a towel and apply a healing or moisturizing ointment.

Essential oils are used to treat many skin diseases and psoriasis.They have a positive effect on the skin, as they contain active substances, have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, healing effects. The most beneficial oils for the skin are considered oils such as linseed, olive, tea tree, burdock, coconut, sea buckthorn. The oil is applied to the affected areas with a cotton pad and left on for 5 minutes.

How to treat psoriasis with tar. Tar is mixed with salicylic acid and castor oil. The ointment has a strong odor and is almost not washed off, so you need to wear clothes on top that you do not mind.Tar ointment is effective for scalp psoriasis. But after using it, the hair needs to be washed well with shampoo several times so that there is no smell.

It is not recommended to use birch tar in the summer, as the skin becomes more susceptible to sunlight after it. There is another recipe for ointment and tar. For it, you need to mix eggs, castor oil, a little honey and tar. Treat the affected areas with the resulting ointment at night. It is useful to lubricate the skin with clean grease.It heals the skin from inflammation and wounds, cleanses the skin well from rashes.

Treatment of psoriasis can be carried out with lotions and compresses based on celandine, soda, aloe, string, apple cider vinegar and other natural ingredients. For treatment, you need to moisten a bandage in a solution and apply to psoriatic plaques.

Diet takes a special place in the treatment of psoriasis. It is quite strict, but it increases the effectiveness of therapy and allows you to prolong remission. Food excludes all salty, fatty, smoked, spicy, sweet, flour, spicy foods and dishes.Alcohol and carbonated drinks, packaged juices are strictly prohibited. All fruits, vegetables, berries, herbs are allowed, except for nightshade and red, celery and carrots in small quantities are especially useful. From drinks, it is worth giving preference to fresh juices from vegetables, fruits, green tea, purified water. It is useful to drink tea from rose hips, mint, chamomile, it has a sedative and relaxing effect.

Solidol from psoriasis

Today there are many types of solid oil ointments for psoriasis: Golyuk ointment, Kartalin, Cytopsor, Magnipsor, Rybakov’s ointment, Antipsor and others.You can prepare an ointment from solid oil yourself. In addition to solid oil, they contain mineral salts, natural herbs, acids, honey, and various oils. To do this, you need to take fatty grease for lubricating parts, which is sold not in a pharmacy, but in a store. A purified pharmaceutical substance will not work, since useful properties have been lost in it. Psoriasis ointment recipes on solid oil:

  • Take regular grease and apply it to psoriasis plaques. For the first week, leave the ointment for 20-30 minutes, then rinse, then increase the time to 60 minutes.Before using the grease, check if you are allergic to it by applying it to the elbow fold.
  • Take 100 g of solid oil, 25 g of dry crushed celandine, 20 g of lime honey, 1 teaspoon of sulfur. Mix all ingredients and pour into a glass jar, leave for 10 days in a dark place. Apply solid oil ointment to the affected areas 1-2 times a day. The course is 2 months.
  • Mix 100 g of grease, 1 tbsp. a spoonful of ghee, 1 raw egg white. Leave the mixture for 3 hours, then add 1 tsp.spoon of eleutherococcus tincture and mix everything again. Apply to sore spots. The course of treatment is 2 months.

The duration of treatment for psoriasis with solidol should be 2 months. After that, you will see the effect. Solidol can be used in pure form or in the form of an ointment. Pure grease is applied to the skin in a thick layer and left for 15-20 minutes, bring the time to 40-60 minutes within a week. After applying the ointment, you need to wash off the grease well. Tar soap is well suited for this, as it cleans the skin of impurities well and has an antibacterial effect.

Treatment of psoriasis with tar

The use of birch tar in psoriasis can be in pure form or in the composition of ointments, shampoos, soaps. With psoriasis in the stationary stage, clean tar should be rubbed into the area of ​​skin lesions. For old psoriatic plaques and newly appearing tar, you can use it simultaneously with steam baths. Tar application alternates with water treatments. Tar should be applied to psoriatic plaques, after 30 minutes you need to take a shower with soap or gel, wash off the tar with a washcloth or sponge.

You can add to the bath 50-100 g of pure tar or a mixture of tar with soap alcohol and distilled water, 75 g each. Taking a bath with tar for psoriasis takes from 30 to 60 minutes. The water should be warm. After you remove the tar, the skin should be lubricated with a lanolin-based ointment. To achieve a good result, such procedures must be carried out every day.

For the treatment of psoriasis, you can prepare an ointment based on birch tar. It needs to be mixed with salicylic acid and castor oil.Tar has a strong odor and is practically not washed off. Therefore, when applying the ointment, you need to use clothes that you do not mind. Tar ointments are good for scalp psoriasis. After applying it, the head must be rinsed several times to eliminate the unpleasant odor.

Another recipe for making tar ointment. We take raw eggs, castor oil, some honey and tar. We mix everything, the resulting ointment is applied to the skin before bedtime. The course of treatment is a month. After that, you will notice improvements.In addition to the ointment, you can use tar soap and tar shampoo. They are effective in treating psoriasis of the body and scalp. You can wash your hair with soap, but not often, as it dries the skin very much.

Treatment of psoriasis with birch tar should not be carried out in the summer, since after it the skin is very sensitive to ultraviolet light and you can get burns. The use of tar is contraindicated in pregnancy, kidney disease, acute skin inflammation, acne, eczema, which are caused by chemical allergens.

Prescriptions for the treatment of psoriasis with celandine

Celandine juice is used for the treatment of psoriasis. It is harvested during flowering. The plant is collected and washed well with water. Dry celandine on a cloth and twist in a meat grinder or blender. Squeeze out the juice and pour into any dish. To preserve the beneficial properties of the juice, you need to add alcohol or vodka to it. For 1 liter of juice, take 50 grams of vodka or alcohol, and put in a cool, dark place.

For exacerbation of psoriasis, celandine juice is used.You need to rub the juice into the skin for 20 minutes. Then let it dry for 5 minutes and start rubbing again. You need to do 3 procedures, then rinse with water. During treatment with celandine, the skin reacts immediately. The spots are burning and reddening, as if after nettles, but this is normal. The course of treatment is carried out until the skin is completely healed.

An ointment is made from celandine, which is rubbed into the skin of the body and head. How to make an ointment from celandine for psoriasis at home: take 100 grams of solidol, 15 grams of flucinar and 2 teaspoons of celandine.Mix everything well. Infuse the ointment at room temperature for 3 days, then you can use it. Before applying the ointment, you need to take a warm bath or shower. Dry the body well and rub in the ointment. The procedure should be performed in the morning and in the evening. On day 4-5, you will see improvement. After the plaques become clear, treatment should still be continued 2 times a day until pale gray spots remain in the place of the plaques.

Celandine for psoriasis on the head: 2-3 hours before washing the head, apply the ointment to the scalp, and then wash off with soapy water.Rinse hair with infusion of celandine: 1 tbsp. a spoonful of the mixture in 1 liter of water. We boil for 5 minutes, insist for half an hour. After 2 days, the procedure must be repeated.

The ointment can be prepared in another way: take celandine 2 tsp, walnut leaves 1 tsp, blackberry leaves 1 tsp, tar 3 tsp, honey 2 tsp. and fish oil 1 tsp. Grind the leaves in a meat grinder, add plant powder, honey. Mix and leave for 2 hours. Then we add fish oil and use to lubricate the stains.This celandine ointment can be used for psoriasis on the elbows.

How to treat psoriasis with celandine according to the royal method:

  • Take celandine tincture with 1 drop, increasing the dose by one drop every day, mixing 50-100 mg with water. We bring the rate to 15-20 drops so that there are no side effects. If you feel unwell, you need to reduce the rate by 4-5 drops and use it further. Take a break for 10 days, then drink again with 1 drop. The course of treatment is 3 months.
  • Take tincture with 1 drop per day, diluted with water.Increase the dose to 20 drops. Then reduce by 1 drop per day. Take a break for 10 days and start treatment again. The course lasts 3 months.

Treatment of psoriasis with soda

Soda baths are effective for psoriasis. To prepare a soda bath, dissolve 250 grams of soda in warm water. Take a bath within 20 minutes. After the procedure, the skin should dry itself, no need to wipe it off, then apply a moisturizer. You need to take a soda bath once every 2 days.

You can add 500 grams of salt, 250 grams of soda, 5 ml of iodine alcohol tincture to a soda bath. It is better to add sea salt, but ordinary salt is also possible. Iodine tincture can be replaced with 10 ml propolis tincture if there are no allergic reactions.

Soda baths for psoriasis can be supplemented with magnesium. We take 300 grams of soda, 20 grams of magnesium carbonate and 15 grams of magnesium perborate and add to the water.

Various medicinal herbs can be added to the soda bath: string, sage, celandine, chamomile.To prepare a bath, you will need 1 liter of broth and 250 grams of soda.

Another recipe for a healing bath: soda with essential oils. The oils of rosemary, tea tree, fir, and juniper are especially useful for the skin. They promote skin softening, healing and regeneration. Add 10 drops of oil and 300 grams of sodium carbonate to the bath water.

The course of treatment is 2 months. The water in the bathroom should be at a warm temperature so as not to burn the skin. After taking a bath, it is not recommended to dry the skin with a towel, let the skin dry on its own.Then apply a moisturizing oily cream or lotion to it.

The Pegano diet for psoriasis

American physician John Pegano was the first to draw attention to the relationship between nutrition and psoriasis. Based on the ideas of the American physician Edgar Cayce, he developed a treatment program for patients with psoriasis without the use of drugs. According to Pegano’s theory, to maintain health in psoriasis, it is necessary to maintain a balance of 3 components: a correct diet, a positive mood and cleansing of harmful substances.Skin diseases speak of an internal malfunction of the body, so proper nutrition is necessary.

John Pegano’s diet for psoriasis involves the use of alkaline products: water, various fruits and vegetables, fresh juices. They should form the bulk of the patient’s diet. The other part includes acid-forming products: cereals, fish, meat, milk, eggs, vegetable oil. They should make up 20-30% of the total diet, and alkali-forming products – 70-80%.

Thanks to the Pegano diet in psoriasis, the patient’s general condition improves, the process of skin dying off on psoriatic plaques slows down, itching and inflammation are eliminated, the disease is in remission.In addition, such nutrition helps to cleanse the body, reduce weight, which is important for skin diseases.

John Pegano believes that psoriasis should be treated naturally. Only proper nutrition and exercise will allow you to achieve lasting results. The Pegano diet for psoriasis allows you to eat foods such as:

  • fresh fruits: pineapples, nectarines, mangoes, papaya, raisins, cherries, grapes, lemon, oranges;
  • vegetables: broccoli, beets, green beans, cucumbers, celery, watercress, carrots and sweet potatoes;
  • cereals;
  • almonds;
  • meat and fish dishes, while it is recommended to eat more lamb, less poultry;
  • cow and goat milk;
  • yogurt, kefir, yogurt with low or zero fat content;
  • bran;
  • friable cereals on the water: buckwheat, corn, wheat, barley;
  • whole grain bread.

What absolutely should not be eaten with psoriasis? All citrus fruits, chocolate, whole milk and fermented milk products with a high percentage of fat content, honey, sauces, marinades, meat broths, tomatoes, peppers, strawberries, red currants and other fruits, red berries should be excluded from the diet. It is strictly forbidden to include in the menu spicy, sour, spices, salty, flour, smoked, sweet dishes and products.

It is necessary to reduce the consumption of salt, it is better to replace it with seaweed, as it contains a large amount of iodine.Alcohol, coffee, smoking, sugary drinks, juices with sugar from packages, sweet water with preservatives and dyes, flour and confectionery products are completely excluded. Prohibited foods for psoriasis include all semi-finished products, fast food, street food, since they contain a large amount of salt, spices, sugar and fat.

Prevention of psoriasis

Can I sunbathe with psoriasis?

How does the sun affect psoriasis? Under the influence of ultraviolet radiation, the skin regenerates, plaques are removed, wounds and abrasions heal.Moderate sunbathing has a positive effect on the skin. If you sunbathe for a long time and during dangerous hours, psoriasis can worsen due to skin burns. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, so patients have an increased risk of skin cancer and premature aging compared to healthy people.

Is it possible to sunbathe in the sun with psoriasis? It is possible, but only in moderation. Experts recommend sunbathing for 5-7 minutes in the first days. On the following days, the tanning time can be increased gradually by 5-7 minutes, but the total duration of sun exposure should not exceed 30 minutes.You can only sunbathe at the right time, from 12-14 hours it is forbidden to be in the sun. The skin should be treated with a protective cream or lotion, avoiding psoriasis lesions.

It is also imperative to treat psoriatic plaques. The disease leads to severe inflammation in certain areas of the skin. Inflamed skin is more sensitive to sun damage and other irritants. In order not to injure the diseased skin, a remedy must be applied to it.

This recipe is “folk”.

for a start, I removed all kinds of parasites from the liver. brought out tincture-porridge, which is prepared like this:

you need to chop 2 lemons with zest very finely. : D then chop (also finely) 10-15 cloves of fresh garlic. pour all this with vodka (250-300 grams to get gruel). add two tablespoons of honey. insist for 2-3 days in a dark cool place. use a dessert spoon on an empty stomach 1 time per day! WARNING: the recipe is not for the faint of heart 🙁 – it lasted for a week, then I just: oops: vomited from the thought of gruel.but I saw parasites: D)) they, too, apparently did not like this hellish mixture … naturally, this mixture should be used in the presence of parasites. of course, there are also more gentle ways to remove them, but I liked this one – cheap and cheerful) (even very)))) and the psor did not grow after this garbage. no new plaques appeared. the term for taking the mixture – hmm … a week, maybe two … a week was enough for me – I was tested – there are no insects!

and then used ointment:

4-5 eggs from domestic chickens pour 70% vinegar essence and insist in a cool dark place for two weeks.(Take a compact jar for eggs – a liter, in my opinion … in general, so that 4-5 eggs will be enough to fill with 2-3 bottles of essence.)

then we extract the yolks from the eggs and mix them with butter (gr 150-200), prepared at home from sour cream (it is advisable that the sour cream was not purchased, but village, from the milk of a cow you know))) ointment turns out to be about 200 grams …

I advise you to first try to prepare one portion of the ointment – if it burns strongly, unbearably, replace the 70% essence with 30%.

of course, when you put it on, it is not deceiving: help:: help:: help: !!! 10 minutes … then the burning sensation goes away … you will experience discomfort. but, in my opinion, the game is worth the candle. in general, in about a week and a half, psor is practically burned out. no scars remain. and the effect lasts a long time.

If you are not lazy and smear every day for a month, then, probably, the skin can be cleaned completely. (the only thing – it will be necessary to prepare ointments in advance) …

Naturally, there is no need to explain why it is not necessary to apply the above ointment on mucous membranes…)))

by the way, I haven’t tried it on my head either 🙂 …

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What is egg vinegar ointment for psoriasis?

I gave preference to Psorix because there is no side effect from it, there is no addiction and the remedy costs very little.I ordered the drug via the Internet, there was no deception. It took me two weeks to cope with psoriasis.

The effect of applying egg vinegar ointment for psoriasis

Unlike pharmaceutical drugs, Psorix does not contain toxic substances – betamethasone, gentamicin, retinoids, etc. Therefore, it is suitable for the treatment of psoriasis in patients of all ages. But it is undesirable to take drops together with other homeopathic remedies. The active ingredients of Psorix enhance the effect of other medicines, which is fraught with side effects.

Expert opinion

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Psoriasis occurs for various reasons.Most often this happens due to endocrine disorders, frequent stress, genetic predisposition, disruption of the immune system, taking certain medications. Regardless of the etiology of the disease, Psorix oil for psoriasis helps to get rid of unpleasant manifestations and physical discomfort in a short time. The best Russian scientists, together with dermatologists, were engaged in the development of the drug, selecting components that not only act in a targeted manner, but also complement each other.As a result, Psorix oil for psoriasis contains the following natural ingredients: propolis is a beekeeping product that has long been known for its healing properties. It has an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect, promotes rapid healing of affected tissues; Palm oil – relieves inflammation and itching, normalizes the activity of the body’s defense mechanisms; Beeswax – creates a protective shell, prevents the penetration of bacteria and infections into the affected tissues; Bee venom – has anti-inflammatory and healing effects.Supports the immune system; Honey – improves overall health, relieves itching and inflammation.

I gave preference to Psorix because there is no side effect from it, there is no addiction and the remedy costs very little. I ordered the drug via the Internet, there was no deception. It took me two weeks to cope with psoriasis. Where to buy egg vinegar ointment for psoriasis? Psorix Herbal Complex includes drops for internal use and cream-gel for external use.Local and systemic therapy increases the effectiveness of dermatosis treatment by 4 times.

Opinion of people about the treatment of psoriasis with ointments from eggs. Patient reviews on the use and effectiveness of various. Other forum members and ordinary readers of sites about psoriasis speak about ointment for psoriasis from eggs and vinegar in general positively, giving real examples when this ointment. How to use apple cider vinegar for psoriasis: traditional medicine recipes. Treatment of psoriatic eruptions with vinegar.Ointment with egg and butter. The medicinal composition is prepared using 1 fresh egg, which must be dipped into a glass filled with 70% vinegar essence, which should. A similar ointment (an egg – and freshly laid by chicken, 1-day, vinegar. Ess. And drain. Oil) really has the right to exist, BUT for the treatment of heel hyperkeratosis. this is when the heels of the cream for psoriasis of the head look like hooves and knock the same :-). The list contains drugs, devices, methods, declared. Vinegar in the treatment of psoriasis.Ointment based on vinegar, oil and eggs. … Can I just use vinegar for moxibustion. Apple cider vinegar for psoriasis is considered a specific product, the use of which should be very careful. Contact with healthy skin may cause burns. Ointment with vinegar for psoriasis. Cold spray. Step # 2. Baths with cedar resin for psoriasis: reviews, opinions, recommendations. … The substance is used for the preparation of: hair rinses; ointments with vinegar and eggs for psoriasis; coconut honey cream; soda-vinegar mixture.Apple cider vinegar for psoriasis. Psoriasis is a dangerous dermatological disease characterized by. Ointment recipe number 1. Good reviews are left by an ointment made from vinegar of unrefined sunflower oil, eggs from psoriasis. Beat 2 egg yolks with 1 tbsp. spoon. Are vinegar and an egg effective for psoriasis and how much you need to smear with this remedy. Varieties of remedies for treatment. … It should be noted that the ointment, which includes vinegar and an egg, is considered one of the most remarkable and effective remedies in the treatment of psoriasis, which are known today.It is not without reason that egg ointment is considered one of the most effective remedies for psoriasis that exist in traditional medicine. It is a very strong medicine that will provide remission for many years (usually at least 5 years of remission). I know that this recipe is in use not only in Russia. Egg and vinegar for psoriasis can be mixed not only with butter, but also with pork fat (lard), and even with. An ointment is capable of helping in treatment, the main ingredients of which are vinegar and a chicken egg: A raw egg in a shell is placed in a small jar (200 ml), poured with vinegar (essence).




Unlike pharmaceutical drugs, Psorix does not contain toxic substances – betamethasone, gentamicin, retinoids, etc.Therefore, it is suitable for the treatment of psoriasis in patients of all ages. But it is undesirable to take drops together with other homeopathic remedies. The active ingredients of Psorix enhance the effect of other medicines, which is fraught with side effects.

egg vinegar ointment for psoriasis

I preferred Psorix because there is no side effect from it, there is no addiction and the remedy costs very little. I ordered the drug via the Internet, there was no deception.It took me two weeks to cope with psoriasis.

Add review All 27 reviews. Reviews (27) Where to buy Description Photo gallery. … I can recommend birch as another remedy for the treatment of psoriasis. Before that I used traditional treatment with hormonal ointments, there is no sense from them, it only gets worse. Of course, you still need a special diet (you prepare tar ointments for psoriasis yourself, or you can buy them ready-made in soap, shampoos, ointments. Psoriasis therapy must be accompanied by special rules so that side effects do not appear and the tar is absolutely safe.So, before using drugs, the skin. Sulfur tar ointment. Posted by Guest anyat, 24 Aug 2005 in Topical preparations used for psoriasis. … 2. Local therapy of psoriasis: usually during the treatment period, ointments and creams containing 1-2% salicylic acid are used. Resorbing ointments based on tar and naphthalan are shown in. Psoriasis? Let’s be treated together! Treatment of psoriasis with tar. Practical experience of the forum participants. Part 2. . I wash it off with tar soap. From the top of the head, the psor disappeared after 2 weeks, after a month, the skin was normal, not red.Psoriasis is # 1 on the list of chronic skin diseases. With psoriasis, red spots form on the body. At different stages and stages of the disease, the spots change color, peel off, and the largest. Treatment of tar psoriatic plaques. In the reviews of people who have used birch tar against psoriasis, general rules for the treatment are indicated. By doing them, the patient will be able to see the therapeutic effect of this product. Publicly available method of psoriasis treatment – Complex method. Diet table for psoriasis – a table of foods for a diet.Good afternoon, please tell me today I bought a 10% sulfur-tar ointment at the pharmacy. There was only such a percentage in available sale, maybe more. Good day, such a sore as psoriasis, or rather palmar plantar psoriasis, started up. While there were small plaques I did not pay attention, did not bother me I will say right away, in my opinion, birch tar is the best cure for psoriasis! … This is really the most effective psoriasis remedy, which, in principle, is suitable for almost everyone.

Psoriasis.Skin diseases

Psoriasis is a chronic non-infectious disease, dermatosis, affecting mainly the skin. For psoriasis, traditional healers offer the following treatment recipes

Wounds on the skin can be wiped with alcohol infusion of dry herb celandine (better than celandine roots). To prepare it for 0.5 liters of alcohol, take 0.5 cups of roots or stems of celandine. Insist for several days. After alcohol treatment of the wound, the skin is lubricated with fish oil or salted pork interior fat.Salt is the main remedy for skin diseases.

Mix 200 ml of vinegar essence, 200 g of butter, 1 raw chicken egg and refrigerate for 7 days. After that, every 2-3 hours during the day, lubricate the patients with the resulting composition. place and rub it into the skin. After rubbing from above, you need to lubricate the sore spots with salicylic ointment.

For psoriasis , eczema and other skin diseases: boil several eggs (2-12 or more, depending on the area of ​​the affected skin area) and remove the yolks from them.By pricking the yolk on a knitting needle or fork, or placing it on a metal net, hold it over the candle fire and collect the juice dripping from the yolk. The collected juice should be thickly greased with gauze or a cloth and applied to the affected area. Gauze should be changed no more than 1 time a day, and even better – 1 time in 2 days. Gauze should be tied on top so that the bandage does not absorb juice, put wax paper or something like that). Treatment continues until complete recovery (3-4 weeks).

One of the best treatments for psoriasis is fresh chicken eggs.Eggs must be boiled for 15 minutes. after boiling, remove the yolks from them and crush these yolks into a gruel. Then you should fry this gruel in a clean (without oil) frying pan over low heat, stirring occasionally, for 45 minutes. From the resulting mass through cheesecloth, you need to squeeze out the oil and lubricate the affected areas with this oil 1-2 times a day. Twenty eggs make almost 1/2 cup of butter.

Thoroughly clean sore spots with alcohol and lubricate with hernia juice.

For other recipes for psoriasis, see article Psoriasis.Traditional medicine recipes

vinegar ointment for psoriasis

vinegar ointment for psoriasis

vinegar ointment for psoriasis


What is vinegar ointment for psoriasis?

Nourishing oil Honey Spas against psoriasis in a month of systematic use will show an amazing result – you will be able to say goodbye to psoriatic plaques once and for all! The formula of the cream is based exclusively on natural ingredients – propolis, red palm oil, Dead Sea mud, beeswax and bee venom.Thanks to the complex effect on the skin, Honey Spas is able to: stop the inflammatory process, relieve itching, redness, plaques; start the regeneration of epidermal cells; produce a powerful immunomodulatory effect; prevent recurrence of psoriasis in the future.

The effect of using vinegar ointment for psoriasis

Even in those places where the cracks in the skin were deep and even bleed, the oil worked from the best side, after 2 days they were already covered with a film and began to heal.The jar is small, but the consumption is also small.

Expert opinion

The doctor advised me to Spas Honey, and my granddaughter helped me buy it. I’m not overjoyed. With age, these crusts were completely tortured. They constantly cracked and ached. I smear the second jar and right before the eyes of improvement.

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Customer Reviews:


Nourishing oil Honey Spas against psoriasis in a month of systematic use will show an amazing result – you will be able to say goodbye to psoriatic plaques once and for all! The formula of the cream is based exclusively on natural ingredients – propolis, red palm oil, Dead Sea mud, beeswax and bee venom.Thanks to the complex effect on the skin, Honey Spas is able to: stop the inflammatory process, relieve itching, redness, plaques; start the regeneration of epidermal cells; produce a powerful immunomodulatory effect; prevent recurrence of psoriasis in the future.


A big plus of the product is that the composition is natural, non-hormonal, there is no risk of damage to general health, unlike drugs with a chemical base. After healing, slightly pinkish marks remain on the body, but after a while they merge with the natural skin color.

The consumption of the drug is very small. I have half the jar left. It fully justifies its cost. Itching does not bother about 5-6 hours after application, and after a week it completely disappears. The container is convenient, the lid is large, it can be completely unscrewed. I apply the oil with my fingers, but it is better to buy a cosmetic spatula, it will be more hygienic. Where to buy vinegar ointment for psoriasis? The doctor advised me to save Honey, and my granddaughter helped me buy it. I’m not overjoyed. With age, these crusts were completely tortured.They constantly cracked and ached. I smear the second jar and right before the eyes of improvement.

Treatment of psoriasis with vinegar allows you to soften crusts and keratinization, eliminate itching and discomfort, and relieve. Knead well until creamy. The resulting ointment is smeared with the affected surface of the skin. Before starting treatment for psoriasis, it should be borne in mind that. Can psoriasis be smeared or cauterized with vinegar? How to make vinegar at home, apple cider vinegar recipes.During severe itching, vinegar from psoriasis helps along with baking soda, you need to mix a couple of tablespoons of vinegar with a couple of tablespoons of soda. While the explosive mixture is boiling, it must be applied to the itchy area. Among the popular methods of treating psoriasis, vinegar is used for psoriasis. The most commonly used apple cider vinegar. Consider effective recipes based on it and possible contraindications. We store the ointment with vinegar for psoriasis in an opaque container in the refrigerator, apply to psoriatic plaques, avoiding areas of healthy skin.On contact with healthy skin, the ointment causes burning and irritation. 2.2 Prescription ointment for psoriasis. The uniqueness of apple cider vinegar. Natural acetic acid based. Vinegar treatment for psoriasis involves several ways of using it. Of the simplest, the following recipes can be noted: Spraying the product with a spray bottle on. Egg ointment for psoriasis: myth or real help. Psoriasis, also known as scaly lichen, is one of those diseases that. Other forum members and ordinary readers of sites about psoriasis speak about ointment for psoriasis from eggs and vinegar in general positively, giving real examples when this ointment.Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease. It can appear at any age, regardless of gender. What is apple cider vinegar, what are its advantages or disadvantages. Egg and vinegar ointment for psoriasis. Applying apple cider vinegar for psoriasis internally. Simple tincture. Vinegar for psoriasis has many medicinal properties and also contains benefits for skin regeneration. There are a lot of methods for preparing medicinal compositions based on this agent. Egg and vinegar ointment for psoriasis.One chicken egg placed in a glass must be poured with an apple one. Vinegar for psoriasis is an anti-inflammatory, wound healing and exfoliating agent. The product can become a part of a comprehensive treatment of an ailment at home.





Even in those places where the cracks on the skin were deep and even bleed, the oil worked from the best side, after 2 days they were already covered with a film and began to heal. The jar is small, but the consumption is also small.

vinegar ointment for psoriasis

Nourishing oil Honey Spas against psoriasis in a month of systematic use will show an amazing result – you will be able to say goodbye to psoriatic plaques once and for all! The formula of the cream is based exclusively on natural ingredients – propolis, red palm oil, Dead Sea mud, beeswax and bee venom.Thanks to the complex effect on the skin, Honey Spas is able to: stop the inflammatory process, relieve itching, redness, plaques; start the regeneration of epidermal cells; produce a powerful immunomodulatory effect; prevent recurrence of psoriasis in the future.

Various hormonal ointments, Chinese ointments, tablets, injections of a diet, ointments based on solid oil. Psoriasis is a chronic disease prone to relapse. Until now, for sure. there used to be Rybakov’s ointment SHE BASED on solidol and very well helped from psoriasis and egzm Now one advertisement is expensive.Solid oil from psoriasis: medicinal properties, recipes, reviews. Solidol helps from psoriasis both independently and as part of ointments, it is an auxiliary remedy. It should be used as part of a comprehensive treatment. An effective ointment for psoriasis based on solidol perfectly helps to cope with skin disease. … An ointment based on solidol for psoriasis is exactly the kind of medication that is needed for patients suffering from psoriasis. I have been suffering from psoriasis since the age of 13. I tried everything I could. … After reading the reviews, I realized that you can buy and use an ordinary one.You can just as well make your own ointment and sell it, profiting from other people’s illnesses. All health, I hope that the review will be. Ointment N.F. Rybakova M.V. Golyuka Ointment Ungvetol Ointment Magnipsor Ointment Antipsor (A.A. Ivanov) Ointment I.S. Chernysheva. It helped quite well, I knew several people who, thanks to Rybakov’s ointment, completely covered up psoriasis. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, it disappeared. FROL. An effective ointment for psoriasis based on solidol perfectly helps to cope with skin disease. … Solid oil ointment, or as it is also called Rybakov’s ointment, is effective in treating psoriasis, which has been proven by positive reviews.The recipe has been tested over the years. Based on materials. Psoriasis is a skin disease associated with the human immune system. The disease can become chronic. Modern medicine recommends using drugs without hormonal components in the treatment of this ailment, including Rybakov’s ointment. Solid oil ointment is the first assistant in the treatment of a rather unpleasant disease called psoriasis. This drug has been tested over many years of use and has proven itself to be the best.I ask for advice: you need a non-hormonal ointment that heals the skin with psoriasis. I would be glad to hear all the possible options! … I’m not out of idle curiosity. Collecting reviews of all the means that can improve the quality of life with P. Samoban. Dream interpretation. Ekaterinburg. just a visitor. oksa_sam, Skin. Rybakov’s ointment, the price of which is not too high, is made on a plant basis. … In the composition of the ointment based on solidol for psoriasis, there are no hormones or harmful chemical components, it cleans the skin well of signs of lesions, does not cause addiction and is able to be used as it is.Solid oil ointment is the first assistant in the treatment of a rather unpleasant disease called psoriasis. This drug has been tested over many years of use and has proven itself to be the best. Despite the fact that the disease cannot be completely cured. I cured psoriasis with an ointment that I bought on vacation in Anapa. there is a grandma, a herbalist, accidentally found her at all! She makes the ointment herself on herbs, there is a jar of 150 grams of ointment, I had enough for the course and I have been clean for the third year, pah-pah. and husband. I have psoriasis like chickenpox.I smeared with cream arkyderm, the king of the skin, fufan, disappeared and now I went out again, I bought antipsoriasis cream 2 times a day, I smeared the effect zero for now, and what drugs helped you? Please write in a personal.