Natural Psoriasis Treatment Information


There is a growing understanding that natural methods are THE ONLY TRUE WAY to successfully control psoriasis symptoms for the long term.

Traditional pharmacological approaches in the treatment of psoriasis are costly and have their limitations. These include the risk of infections and possibly malignancies, with long-term use resulting in many patients with the disease unable to achieve effective long-term control.

In fact, of the estimated 7 million diagnosed with psoriasis, it is estimated that 51% use complementary and alternative medicine therapies to treat their psoriasis symptoms.


What is psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a common, poorly understood condition that affects the skin and sometimes the nails.

The symptoms are red, inflamed skin, covered by scales which flake easily. Affected areas can appear all over the body and can be very itchy, but it is mostly concentrated on the arms (elbows), legs (knees) and trunk, and occasionally can effect the face and scalp. Fingernails and toenails can also be affected with typical symptoms being ridges down the nails, white color pits, yellowish spots and thickness to the nails edge.

What is The Cause of Psoriasis?

The current theory amongst conventional doctors is that psoriasis is an autoimmune inflammatory response by the body’s own immune system, which seems to target its own cells, but the exact cause of psoriasis is not known. The response makes the body replicate new skin cells at a very fast rate, 1000 times quicker than normal skin, which leads to a build up of plaque-like flakes within days. For those people who have a suppressed immune system, the symptoms of psoriasis can become a lot worse.

Current Psoriasis Treatment Options

The options that are currently offered for treating psoriasis range all the way from topical treatments such as cortisone creams and coal tar solutions, to internal medications such as Methotrexate, (an immune suppressant drug). This drug is normally used as a cancer treatment, and is given internally in the most severe of cases. Yes my friends, there are lots of folks out there who are receiving cancer treatments for their psoriasis. It really is absolutely mind-boggling!

If you so desire, go right ahead and continue attempting to keep your psoriasis symptoms under control through conventional methods, but if your are ready for a change then you have come to the right place.

Twenty Two Steps To Natural Psoriasis Treatment: Learn How You Can Treat Your Psoriasis Symptoms Naturally and Effectively Through Dietary And Lifestyle Changes

1.  Improve your digestive health

Proper digestive health is basic to the healthy function of every organ system in the body. If your digestion is bad, nutrients from your food aren’t made available for absorption. Read more »

2.  Detoxify your colon

The importance of releasing and eliminating the accumulated toxins from the body, and maintaining proper elimination, is probably one of the most, if not the most important aspect of any psoriasis cure. Read more »

3.  Detoxify your liver

We are constantly exposed to potentially dangerous toxins through the food we eat, the air we breathe, and the water we drink. Read more »

4.  Eliminate potential food allergies

Eliminating food allergies is one of the best ways to help psoriasis. Read more »

5. Reduce your alcohol intake

Excessive alcohol consumption is a surefire way to keep your psoriasis thriving since alcohol puts great strain on the liver. Read more »

6.  Stop smoking!

Studies have shown that smokers have at least a two- to threefold increased risk of developing psoriasis. Read more »

7.  Reduce your caffeine intake

When used in moderation caffeine can be beneficial since it stimulates the various body functions, but ingesting too much caffeine will cause havoc in your system. Read more »

8.  Avoid refined sugar!

Excessive consumption of refined white sugar is a well-known aggravating factor with a host of medical conditions. Read more »

9.  Avoid artificial sweeteners

Avoid artificial sweeteners such as Aspartame. Many people experience skin rashes as a symptom of aspartame. Read more »


10.  Avoid soft drinks

Soft drinks like coke, sprite, or any other flavored soda water, are absolute poison to the psoriatic. Read more »

11.  Eat red meats in moderation

While good quality animal based protein products most definitely have their place in a healthy diet, they should be used as condiments rather than as the centerpiece of each meal.  Read more »

12.  Avoid pork

PORK IS A KNOWN PSORIASIS TRIGGER due to its SUPER high saturated fat content. Read more »

13.  Avoid Trans-Fats

Trans-fats are especially harmful for the psoriatic because; Trans fatty acids adversely affect immune response by lowering efficiency of B cell response and increasing proliferation of T cells. Read more »

14.  Avoid fried foods

Avoid foods such as fried chicken, fried meats, breaded meats, fried fish and poultry, and potato chips. Read more »

15. Increase your intake of Essential Fatty Acids and Omega3 Fatty Acids

Recent research has shown that skin conditions in humans, such as psoriasis and eczema, have improved dramatically when fish oil,  flaxseed and flax oil was added to the diet. Read more »

16.  Reduce your stress level

Recent medical studies have confirmed that stress plays a major role in increasing the severity of many diseases. Read more »

17.  Avoid skin irritants

Stay away from all commercially produced soaps, and use only soap products produced from all-natural sources such as olive, coconut, vegetable oils, and pine tar. Read more »

18. Apply natural moisturizers

Quality natural moisturizers when applied regularly over a long period, not only offer a soothing effect on inflamed skin, but also have a remarkable cosmetic effect. Read more »

19. Avoid showering with chlorinated water

A shower/bath filter that filters out chlorine and other contaminants is an absolute necessity in controlling psoriasis. Read more »

20.  Avoid certain medications

Avoid certain medications  especially beta-blockers and lithium, which can provoke a psoriasis attack. Read more »

21.  Drink plenty of pure water

The fact that our bodies are made up primarily of water makes it one of the most important elements that are essential to our well being. Read more »

22.  Do exercise, get active

Regular daily exercise is absolutely vital for controlling your psoriasis. This is a field that has been extensively researched by our wise sages and scholars. Read more »


Natural remedies are far safer and more effective ways to deal with psoriasis than simply taking medication for the rest of your life. However, a surprising number of people are not aware of or simply do not believe this information. This is just another example of how powerful drug companies are controlling information and hiding natural remedies to keep people dependent on their drugs.