Treatment of psoriasis is a complex and lengthy process, with a large role in local treatment with topical preparations, among which cod liver oil occupies an honorable place. And it can be used both in pure form, and in the composition of home masks and ointments.
External application of fish oil in psoriasis is shown both during the exacerbation of the disease and for some time after the removal of symptoms to improve the condition of the skin.
During an exacerbation of a pathology and increase in the affected areas of the skin, it is recommended to lubricate them with a warm fish oil heated on a water bath, leaving it for 45-50 minutes. After that, the remaining fat is removed by wiping the skin with warm water through a sterile bandage or cotton wool. For the procedure, you can use both a solution of fish oil, and capsules, pre-pierced them with a needle to release the contents.
Effective curative ointment for psoriasis is obtained from fish oil and eggs. For its preparation, you will need hard-boiled, crushed and fried in a dry frying pan until the oily liquid appears in the yolks of domestic eggs. It is this gruel that is combined with fish oil and applied to plaques of psoriasis until the skin clears.
As an improving skin condition and preventative for psoriasis, it is recommended to apply an external mask based on fish oil and honey. Apply it regularly for half an hour, washing off later with warm water or a decoction of chamomile. This procedure has an antimicrobial effect, removes inflammatory processes and equates the impaired pigmentation.
Psoriasis is a disease that, although manifested only in the superficial layers of the skin, has deeper roots. Therefore, his therapy is not limited to local withdrawal of symptoms, by external application of drugs. So the fish oil in psoriasis doctors advise not only to smear on the skin, but also to take inside. The usual dose of maintenance therapy is 500 mg or 3 capsules of fish oil. The daily norm is recommended to be divided into 3 doses, which are combined in time with food intake.
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