Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease that causes skin lesions. This condition is not contagious, but can be hereditary and is more common among men than women.
Psoriasis occurs mainly on the back, abdomen, scalp, knee and elbows. This disease can develop at any time, but is more common in adults aged 20 to 55 years. It starts with mild symptoms and has an autoimmune origin.
But, did you know that Sarsaparilla tea has anti-inflammatory properties that you can use in combination with garlic oil to relieve the discomfort caused by psoriasis eruptions?
Well, that’s absolutely right! Sarsaparilla has beneficial effects for skin that eliminates impurities, but only in combination with garlic oil.
– 1 cup of water (250 ml)
– 2 teaspoons of sarsaparilla root (10 g)
– garlic oil (200 g)
– a piece of cotton
Method of preparation:
Boil the water. Add the sarsaparilla root, and let it boil for 15 minutes.
Mix the infusion of sarsaparilla with garlic oil in a container with a lid.
Allow the mixture to cool. Once cooled, apply the treatment very slowly to the affected area with a piece of cotton wool.
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