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Submitted on: 17-04-2016; Answers: 5; Tagged under: Psoriasis       ✘ Report abuse
Q I have psoriasis in my hair I did use polytar plus shampoo but it's been taken off the market. I have not tried a number of recommendations with no luck. Can you help pr

A Often psoriasis can be brought about by issues that you may be holding onto which need to be released. I work with pranic healing and have a protocol to work with this skin condition and can also help with why perhaps you have this condition. Feel free to give me a call to discuss this further. My contact details are on my website: www.rainbowmountaintherapies.co.nz. I look forward to hearing from you to see and discuss help further.
Answered by: Faye Taylor - Rainbow Mountain Therapies;
Answered on: 18-04-2016;
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A Ozone therapy is worth a consideration here if all else fails. You might like to google " psoriasis and ozone therapy". However, working with your Naturopath should provide an excellent long term outcome for you.
Answered by: Northland Environmental Health Clinic;
Answered on: 18-04-2016;
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A Psoriasis is a sign that the body is too acidic and you need more alkaline foods. maybe a Multi B for Nerves and plenty of the good Oils to feed the skin from the inside and also outside with oil massage.
Remember too that stress plays a big part in how out system deals with detoxification. Good luck as I know it is not an easy area to clear up quickly.
Answered by: Carolyn Mettrick - North Shore Nutrition;
Answered on: 18-04-2016;
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A Good morning. Psoriasis can be bothersome, and it is important to address the underlying issues. The condition has been shown to be strongly linked to digestive function - let me know if you would like further assistance in this regard.
What is the main aim for your shampoo? to reduce the flaking or to alleviate itching? Feel free to email me directly.
Kind regards
Sharon Erdrich
ND, MHSc, DipMH, DipAroma, NZRN
Answered by: House of Health Ltd;
Answered on: 18-04-2016;
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A Hello. Please feel free to book a FREE 20 min appt with me to discuss what you have already tried and then what we might suggest for your psoriasis. Please book at http://sheenahendonhealth.gettimely.com/book if that works for you.
I am a qualified dietitian, naturopath and NLP Master practitioner. I look forward to speaking with you soon. Sheena
Answered by: sheena hendon health;
Answered on: 17-04-2016;
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