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    Default Indigo naturalis - a ray of hope for chronic plaque psoriasis?

    I was reading about a study published last November of this alternative treatment which hails from China. Apparently those treated with an ointment containing indigo naturalis had an 81% improvement in the treated lesions.

    While idigo naturalis is a herbal remedy, it does still have occasional side effects when used over an extended period of time which consist of "irritation of the gastrointestinal tract and adverse hepatic (liver) effects."

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    How do you feel about alternative therapies such as this? Would you want to try them?

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    yea i have also heard that it works.. i'm planning to consult a dermatologist and talk about it..and give it a try.


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