Slippery Elm Psoriasis Treatment and Saffron Tea Psoriasis Cures
Dr Pagano and Edgar Cayce are the two well known individuals, who discovered using slippery elm bark and Yellow Saffron Tea could be considered as effective home remedies for psoriasis treatments.
Edgar Cayce's recommendation for treating Psoriasis symptoms was to use a Slippery Elm Bark Powder Tea and American Yellow Saffron Tea by mixing small amount of slippery elm bark powder and yellow saffron in normal drinking water for up to 3 weeks. The person who suffers from Psoriasis symptoms during this period should be following a diet consisting of more of vegetables than meats or sweets - This should then gradually rebuild the digestive system of the person suffering from Psoriasis symptoms, which should then help the symptoms of Psoriasis get better.
The University of Hawaii (Department of Human Nutrition) directed a study to check whether "Nutritional Therapy" might be utilized for "Natural Psoriasis Treatment" in preference to using other types of medications for psoriasis which would carry negative side effects.
As a feature of the study, they instructed 5 patients for plaque psoriasis treatment to make a change in their dietary regime and drink Slippery Elm Bark Tea, and the results were positive as a psoriasis home treatment.
After 6 months they discovered that nearly all Patients had a progress in their bowel movement and psoriasis symptoms. Generally, their "PASI test scores" before-and-after dropped from about 18 to between 8 and 9, which is a decline of fifty percent in the number of individuals affected by this skin disease.
According to the researches done by "Journal of Dermatological Science" in early 1990's there is a connection between psoriasis of the skin and having a "leaky gut".
The theory is in an LGS or a "Leaky Gut Syndrome", some of the undigested food, bacteria and toxins from the intestine get released into the blood circulation and create an autoimmune reaction which could later on manifest itself by showing different symptoms.