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  1. Hi John,

    Your article was very informative providing very simple methods to remedy Psoriasis. I appreciate that it’s not necessary to spend a lot of money to treat psoriasis unlike many ads that are constantly reminding you what prescriptions to use to treat it. My husband use to have psoriasis and treated it by using prescriptions under a doctor’s care.

    By moisturizing your body on the outside to keep it from dry or scaly skin makes sense as well as drinking lots of water to help with the hydration benefiting your skin from the inside.

    My husband is no longer suffering from psoriasis today but these are good points to keep in mind and refereance back to.

    Thank you for these tips.

    • Hello Rosa,

      I am glad that your husband is experiencing relief from his Psoriasis, which proves that even the most simple things can help, it is just a matter of trying them, as each one of us will not react to the same treatment in the same way, but what your husband has discovered works on just about anybody with Psoriasis. You might want to encourage him to have a look at more complete and effective natural remedies I have tested myself: http://curepsoriasisholistical

      Thanks very much for your comments and I wish you and your husband a very healthy life.

      John

  2. Good tips for natural remedies for psoriasis, I believe natural remedies are your best strategy before using prescription drugs when possible anytime.

    Psoriasis is a skin problem for many people, most people do not drink enough water. I wonder how the chemicals in our food and water affects this health problem, maybe this is something you can share in another article?

    • Thanks for visiting my blog Jeffrey. As you say, water is part of most diets to combat Psoriasis, in fact I have written a little bit about it in a previous article: http://curepsoriasisholistical… and I intend to write more about drinking water in the near future (thanks for the tip), as there are so many basic things we can do to help.

      I wish you the very best of health.

      John

  3. Hi John,
    Great article, I was absorbed by the reading!
    I know two people who suffer from psoriasis since their young age. It comes and goes away, but it never disappears forever. I’ve asked them if there is a way to get rid of the Psoriasis completely. Their answers were, negative. They also told me that it comes from stress most of the time. They even made a trip to Israel to the Dead Sea to put mud on their skins. It worked great, but the Psoriasis problem came back after a while.
    I will show them this article. I am sure they will find it extremely useful!
    Thank you for this excellent post!

    • Thanks for your comment Daniella. You are quite right, Psoriasis cannot be cured and go away forever. The purpose of this blog is to show people that there are many, many ways we can get a relief from the annoying and sometimes even painful itchiness, avoiding the side effects of the medications we are prescribed and at the same time saving some money on very expensive remedies, like going to the Dead Sea for example, to end up with the same results as with a good natural program.

      Thanks for sharing the article with your two acquaintances.

      I wish you a very healthy time ahead.

      John

  4. Hi John,
    I found the article quite informative. It seems like water is one of the most important aspects need for the body to function. Had read a article that we are made up of about 90% water. So I would think hydration is important in all aspects of how and what we do. Especially during the Summer months.

    • Thanks for your visit and comment Tim. You are quite right, it is very important to keep hydrated, especially during the summer months, or if leaving indoors with an air conditioning system going on, summer or winter alike. Most people do not feel thirsty and can become ill before realising that they are dehydrated. This often happens among older folks. So it is very important to keep thinking about drinking.

      That’s right, the body is made of an incredible amount of water, but I think that the percentage you are putting forward is rather high. This is what I know and read from various source:

      “The amount of water in the human body ranges from 50-75%. The average adult human body is 50-65% water, averaging around 57-60%. The percentage of water in infants is much higher, typically around 75-78% water, dropping to 65% by one year of age.”
      (https://www.thoughtco.com/how-much-of-your-body-is-water-609406).

      I look forward to seeing you around Tim, and if you have any questions, please do ask them here, so that we can all benefit from the answers.

      Thanks,

      John ツ

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