According to the Health Pages in the Daily Mail - the best natural treatment for psoriasis is Mahonia Aquifolium also known as Berberis Aquifolium and Oregon Grape Root. To read more click here
Scientists believe that Psoriasis symptoms only develop if they are triggered by certain events, most frequently in children and teenagers, but that does not mean your child will have every aspect of the condition to deal with in their lives either now or in the future...to learn more click here
This psoriasis sufferer used M-Folia to clear the itching and dryness on his hands. The results are amazing!
The National Psoriasis Foundation only recommend 8 natural remedies for psoriasis, and one of these is Mahonia Aquifolium. This herbal extract, which is used in all our M-Folia range, has been proven in studies to contain anti microbial agents and, when used topically, is wonderful for treating the symptoms of Psoriasis. To learn more click here
M-Folia will soon be adding a Glycerine and Mahonia Aquifolium tincture to our range after discovering that Dermatologists and Scientists at UCLA and Vanderbilt University have found that Glycerine can be helpful for skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema. Studies have shown glycerol makes skin look and function better by helping skin cells mature properly. To learn more click here
According to a recent article, a family history of psoriasis can't be ignored and in one-third of psoriasis cases there is a history of the disease in the family. Statistics show that if a parent has psoriasis, a child has about a 10 percent chance of developing it as well. But while genes are responsible for controlling the way cells act, researchers still don't know exactly which genes are controlling this misfiring of the immune system, or why. For more information click here
Talking to friends and co workers about your psoriasis can alleviate some of the stress and help people to understand what you are going through. It's important to let people who care about you know that psoriasis is not catching and that they can talk to you about it. For more information about how to approach people and to talk about psoriasis. click here
For Psoriasis sufferers, the natural UVA rays of summer sun can be therapeutic and when the air is humid, the skin is better able to retain moisture which is key to easing those dry plaques. So, while scorching temperatures and high humidity can put a damper on summer fun for some, for psoriasis patients the hot, moist weather may be just what the doctor ordered! Click here to read about a few ways that you can avoid a few hidden hazards this Summer.
In a study involving over 80,000 women, researchers discovered that the risk of developing psoriasis was 72% higher in women who drank an average of 2.3 beers per week or more compared to women who didn't drink alcohol at all. That risk went up even higher for women who drank 5 or more beers a week. To read more click here