National Psoriasis Foundation Recommend Mahonia Aquifolium for Psoriasis

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 […]

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Is Glycerine good for Psoriasis?

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 […]

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Talking to others about Psoriasis

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 […]

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Psoriasis? Oregon Grape Root Excites Dermatologists

Research into Oregon grape root (also known by its Latin name as Mahonia aquifolium, and which is the active ingredient in M-Folia) is causing excitement among dermatologists. The tall, flowering shrub that grows in abundance in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States is traditionally used to help treat constipation, bloating, and other intestinal […]

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Foods That Fight Psoriasis

Great article about foods that may help control the symptoms of psoriasis.   People with psoriasis react differently to dietary changes, just as they can react differently to medical treatments. But many people have reported success with changes in their diet. Here is an article showing foods that may help. Click here to view

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Winters can worsen psoriasis

Dry air and low levels of exposure to sunlight’s ultraviolet rays can lead to a worsening of psoriasis symptoms during fall and winter. * That’s why it is particularly important to take good care of yourself to avoid falre ups. This means maintaining a sensible, high fibre diet, high in Omega 3 essential fatty acids, doing regular exercise […]

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