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Natural Remedies for Scalp Psoriasis – 15 Home Recipes — 10 Comments

  1. Oh, man! Do I ever wish I’d had this information when I was a teenager. I had a heinous patch of psoriasis on my scalp where all my hair in that area fell out. Thankfully, the rest of my hair was long so it covered it up. I couldn’t stand my doctor at the time. Although she did prescribe a medication that healed the spot, I would much rather have been able to avoid that doctor visit and used some of these remedies at home. I’m so glad you published these. I’m going to save this page so if it ever happens again to either me or one of my sons, we can hopefully avoid an office visit. Thank you so much for your research!

    • I’m glad that you found this blog post interesting, although it came to you too late in life, but let’s hope that it will come handy to someone else at some point. You could share it socially also to help some of your fans and followers who might need it.

      Best wishes,


  2. Hey thank you for the awesome post!  I have been looking for remedies for this for quite some time, and no matter how hard I try I simply can’t get right of it!  I did not know, though, that food could be a contributing factor.  I am overweight, and I eat a lot of fried food and so I’ll try dieting.  Thank you!

    • As you have read in this article Jessie, the first thing I recommend to a psoriasis sufferer is to start with a diet. There are a few examples of diets that one can get on to if you click on the tab “Healthy Recipes” on the navigation bar. So, as you are overweight, it is a good place to start, which will do you good anyway.

      If you have any questions, please do come back to me, okay?

      I wish you the best of health.


  3. Hi Thanks for this article. I suffer with an auto immune deficiency and as such I often get Psoriasis behind my ears and on the back of my neck. I use Apple Cider vinegar for my stomach as I also have Diverticular Disease. Normally I have 2 Table spoons in a glass of water I find it is a great way to help. I like the idea of using baking soda In a bath as I have never tried this. Personally I think Peppermint oil is a wonderful thing and It can be used for so many applications and it really does help with skin conditions. I also drink peppermint tea which again is great for my stomach. I find that even the sea water here in the UK helps ease my skin conditions as salt is like a natural antiseptic.  One of my favourite products is Aveeno Oil which is Oatmeal based I use this as both a bath and a cream. Thanks for an interesting post. Mark

    • Thanks for sharing all these great remedies Mark. It is good to hear it from a serious psoriasis sufferer who has already tried many natural remedies.

      I wish you a very healthy and psoriasis life Mark.


  4. Psoriasis is something that can really be uncomfortable to say the least.
    I’ve had on the scalp and it’s no fun.
    I like the list of home remedies you have here. Form me, I used the tea tree oil shampoo and it worked aces for me!
    Aloe vera is also good on the skin.
    Changing up your diet also can benefit because that’s what I did.
    And one of the most helpful products is baking soda. It is beneficial for so many different issues.
    I also use turmeric and apple cider vinegar. All of these products are very helpful.
    Do you have any one remedy that you think is the best?

    • Thanks very much for sharing your experience with all these natural remedies and I am glad that they have all helped you with your condition Rob.

      Personally, I have succeeded in getting rid of my psoriasis from most parts of my body thanks to Aloe vera cream and fish oil caps, basically those I am recommending in my article. I am still with a little bit at the back of my neck, luckily under my hair, which is more difficult to control, but still I am managing it with apple cider vinegar.

      I wish you the best of health,


  5. What a comprehensive list of psoriasis remedies!  I like your focus in your second point that nutrition plays a huge role in inflammation.  I am a Crohns sufferer managing my condition through good nutrition.  I use aloe vera juice, oatmeal and coconut oil every day from an internal perspective and find it interesting that there is also applicability externally.  I also take fermented cod liver oil every day that has aided in healing my digestive track and wholeheartedly recommend it as a supplement feeding a good gut biome.  Great to see your list and the overlap in ingredients with my internal protocols.

    • Thanks for sharing you condition Stacy, and how the natural remedies you are using are similar to those that I am recommending to treat psoriasis. This proves once again that a good nutrition and the use of natural products can fix a lot of ailments, be it internally or externally.

      I wish you the best of health,


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