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7 Best Home Remedies For Psoriasis — 12 Comments

  1. These look like great home remedies. I love that a lot of them are things the average person would already have on hand. I didn’t know you could do so much with the banana peel.
    I’d be very interested in learning how to not just help psoriasis but also how to address some of the other skin issues you listed. Are you going to be writing a post about this?

    • I am glad that you found my article on the 7 Best Home Remedies For Psoriasis interesting Jessica. As I always like to say: “Nature has provided us with everything we need to live a healthy life”. Unfortunately, we, humans often prefer to go our own way. We think that we know better.

      The main topic of my website is to find ways to reduce the pain resulting from psoriasis, but most remedies discussed on this website will usually work as well for other skin issues, and I often mention that in my articles. What I suggest is to first find out from a medical practitioner exactly what sort of skin issue one has, then to work from there. Very often, to simply go on a diet and to take regular Dead Sea salt baths will already do a great job, then, if need be, to start investigating other natural treatments.

      If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them here below, in the comments section, and I will respond as soon as possible.

      John ツ

  2. Going natural is always better because when you go natural you don’t have to warrior about the side effects. I believe that these natural remedies are nature’s pharmacy that can do so much to help us. What you are sharing here is really amazing and will really help those that need this kind of information.

    • Thanks for visiting my website regularly and for taking the time to share your views on the best home remedies for psoriasis Norman.

      I hope that you are finding what you are looking for and I look forward to seeing you here again soon.

      John ツ

  3. What a great article on Psoriasis very informative, I don’t suffer myself but I have a friend that can have quite nasty flare-ups. she uses creams from the doctors and I know she would definitely like a more natural remedy so will show her this article.
    I use Dead Sea Salts myself in a bath if I have had a rather hard workout so it has many benefits.
    I look forward to reading more of your articles.

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website and for taking the time to comment Jane. I will appreciate it very much if you would point your friend to this article, and your friend will be very grateful to you as well.

      I very often encourage people who have skin issues to first start to go on a diet and to take regular Dead Sea salt baths, and as you are experiencing yourself it is very beneficial to anybody, even people who have no skin complains.

      I look forward to seeing you here often as I have several very interesting articles in preparation, almost ready to be posted.

      I wish you the very best of health Jane!

      John ツ

    • I have had psoriasis for too long. I found that turmeric is great for inflammation, since I started using it my skin no longer burns or gets inflamed. Don’t use the spice, it needs to have pepper mixed in it. I get my turmeric from Amazon on the internet. It should work on inflamed acne as well Wishing you all well.

      • Thanks very much for visiting my website Nancy, and for taking the time to share your remedy. That’s right, Turmeric works very well for psoriasis, as well as other skin problems such as acne, rash, etc..

        I am glad that you have found what works for you and I wish you the very best of health.

        John ツ

  4. I have a lot of rashes since I have a really sensitive skin. After going to a gym, I always have them. I wonder how many times I should apply banana peels. For example I got to gym 3 times per week and I want to do it 3 times. Is it suitable for someone who has a sensitive skin like me?

    • Thanks for your question Furkan. I will recommend that next time you go to the gym, and have the rashes, that you proceed with rubbing the banana peel as explained in my article, notice if it has any effect. If yes, good. Then repeat the process next time you go to the gym. If in between sessions the rash re-appears, make a rub, as many times as you need to. However, if you don’t notice any relief, I suggest that you see your doctor who might refer you to a dermatologist to find out exactly what you are suffer of, so that you can decide which natural treatment you can follow if you wish to go the natural route.

      If you have any success, please do share it with us here.

      I wish you the very best of health.

      John ツ

  5. I enjoyed your article. I’m inspired to take a salt water bath- it’s been way too long.

    I make soap with neem oil and it works well for healing psoriasis. I would think putting a small amount of neem oil in liquid hand soap it would work as well.

    • Thanks very much for sharing your recipe with us Charlotte. You are quite right Neem Oil also helps with a few skin conditions, including psoriasis. Mixing it with your liquid hand soap is a great idea.

      I also highly recommend the use of Dead Sea salt in your bath water. Both can be found on Amazon and are very affordable.

      I suggest that you also read one of my past articles: Dead Sea Salt And Psoriasis

      Please do share your results here, it will help some of my readers.

      I wish you a very happy and healthy life Charlotte.


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