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PostBiafranprince on Tue 03 Jun 2014, 7:01 am

When a disease starts troubling you with symptoms like reddish patches, scaling of the skin and pustule formation in some cases and most of the medicines have just given you temporary relief then it is best that you do some research and find a treatment line as there is psoriasis cure in Ayurveda. This is conditional as the degree of the disease must be first evaluated and since there are different types of psoriasis and this progressive disease has various stages the certainty of complete cure can only be done on personal evaluation by the doctor. According to Ayurveda, psoriasis is a medical condition that occurs as a result of a combination of factors like overreaction of the immune system, blood impurities and even hereditary factors too play a role. This is a disease condition that has symptoms which varies from one person to another. It is difficult to suggest a general remedy for all as one mode of therapy work for one whereas it will be ineffective in another. Since this is mainly a skin disorder the patients must take care to not let the skin go dry that is it is essential to retain the skin’s moisture content by external oil massages and strict diet control. Ayurveda aims at using the panchakarma treatment for this disease and this is a treatment procedure that purifies the body, mind and soul and has been proven to reverse the aging process. Natural psoriasis treatment requires strict dietary restriction accompanied with systematic life style practices. 
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PostVenusg on Tue 03 Jun 2014, 12:59 pm

What is psoriasis?
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PostPlatemoney on Wed 04 Jun 2014, 5:02 pm

@Venusg wrote:What is psoriasis?

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PostWizards on Fri 06 Jun 2014, 8:18 pm

jyinn wrote:
When a disease starts troubling you with symptoms like reddish patches, scaling of the skin and pustule formation in some cases and most of the medicines have just given you temporary relief then it is best that you do some research and find a treatment line as there is psoriasis cure in Ayurveda. This is conditional as the degree of the disease must be first evaluated and since there are different types of psoriasis and this progressive disease has various stages the certainty of complete cure can only be done on personal evaluation by the doctor. According to Ayurveda, psoriasis is a medical condition that occurs as a result of a combination of factors like overreaction of the immune system, blood impurities and even hereditary factors too play a role. This is a disease condition that has symptoms which varies from one person to another. It is difficult to suggest a general remedy for all as one mode of therapy work for one whereas it will be ineffective in another. Since this is mainly a skin disorder the patients must take care to not let the skin go dry that is it is essential to retain the skin’s moisture content by external oil massages and strict diet control. Ayurveda aims at using the panchakarma treatment for this disease and this is a treatment procedure that purifies the body, mind and soul and has been proven to reverse the aging process. Natural psoriasis treatment requires strict dietary restriction accompanied with systematic life style practices. 
this is sh*t
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PostGina on Fri 06 Jun 2014, 9:28 pm

what is this one talking

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