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  1. I enjoyed your article. I also use Evening Primrose as one of my daily supplements. It helps when I have a Lupus flare with the lesions. I was wondering if your receipe for the bath would help to sooth aching muscles and joints. Some of the oils you are using might be soothing for your muscles as well.
    People with auto-immune diseases usually have hair loss and I use Evening Primrose every day as one of my herbal supplements to help with that and the many other benefits the primrose offers.
    Thank you. Good article.

    • Thanks for your comment and input Deborah. I did enjoy reading your articles too. A lot of skin problems, and I could even say health issues, can be helped with natural remedies, proper diets and the right supplements. I am all for natural healing and a good diet. My wife is very good at keeping us healthy with a balance diet. We do visit our family doctor regularly for checkups but it is usually a quick in and out, checking blood pressure, heart beat, and sometimes sent for blood analysis.

      Take good care of yourself Deborah and I wish you a very healthy life.

      John ツ

    • Thanks very much for your comment Penelope and also for passing on the information to your clients that could be interested. I look forward to seeing you on this site from time to time and if you have any questions please feel free to post them in this section so that other readers can benefit from the answers.

      I wish you a very healthy life.

      John ツ

  2. This is an amazing article, and I will bookmark and send this to my sister, who suffers from psoriasis and has tried to find natural cures and relief. I especially like the skin care oil mixture with the essential oils. Obviously you know what you are doing, and this is a great site. I also love the idea of the aromatic bath salts. I think borage oil is also used for thinning hair!
    My sister will be thrilled to see your website. Thank you…!

    • Thanks for your comment Amy. I am quite sure that your sister will enjoy going through my website. I definitely know what it is to suffer from psoriasis as I don’t remember myself being without, until I learned how to control it. Psoriasis in not treatable, there is no known cure for it, but we can live a very normal life with it once we have discovered how. Each one of us react differently to a program. Some sufferers will do well with an holistic approach, others will have to make use of creams, essential oils, etc., and others will just need to adjust their diet. After my last article on “Dead Sea Salt And Psoriasis“, I received a lot of feedback from readers saying that they have been using Dead Sea salt that is available on the market (no need to go to the Dead Sea), and the results are fabulous. Here is the link:
      Minera Dead Sea Salt, 20lbs Fine. 100% Pure and Certified. Natural treatment for psoriasis, eczema, acne and more
      You are quite right, borage oil can also be used tor thinning hair.

      I hope that your sister will find relief for her psoriasis one way or the other.

      Best wishes,

      John ツ

  3. I love the idea of natural supplements. I try to use these when ever possible, instead of running to the doctor for a prescription. My son suffers from psoriasis and we have tried so many different things. Gets kind of frustrating as they all promise to help, and most don’t. Well they help somewhat, but not to what they advertise. I love the idea of using bath salts and oils. My son does like to take baths, to this works. Thanks for all the great information!

    • Thanks very much for taking the time to comment on my article Leahrae. I’m sorry to read that your son is suffering from psoriasis. The first thing to think about is for him to have a balanced diet. Unfortunately, there are foods that he will have to avoid, and some that he should eat more of, but it is not that drastic, it is just a matter of getting used to it, and it is really worth it.

      I am about to post an article that contains a recipe, and to answer requests from many of my readers, I will regularly include recipes especially designed for psoriasis sufferers.

      I hope that you find the right remedy for your son and I wish him the very best.

      John ツ

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