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Science has discovered that the synthetic forms of Vitamin D will slow the growth of skin cells, one of the hallmark characteristics of psoriasis. However, some of the analogue Vitamin D forms are irritating to the skin, making natural production of Vitamin D by your body a better option for treatment, and without the side effects of medications.

One study evaluated a topical preparation of turmeric, noting significant improvement in symptoms over the 9 week course of treatment. There was also a reduction in the number of new lesions. The anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric are likely responsible for these improvements.






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