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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 […]

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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 […]

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Psoriasis Sufferers CANNOT tolerate ‘live’ vaccines

Psoriasis Sufferers cannot tolerate live vaccines

  According to resident dermatologist at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, Dr Julie Moore M.D., Psoriasis sufferers cannot tolerate “live” vaccines such as the nasal flu vaccine and the shingles shot. Remember, Psoriasis is an immune-related condition and for that reason, patients with psoriasis should always consult their physician or dermatologist before […]

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