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Need natural medication for scalp psoriasis. Allergic to prednisone

What kind of natural (allergy to prednisone and cortisone and steroids) medicine to help heal 6 years of scalp psoriasis of diagnosed inverse psoriasis, knees, elbows, under breasts, hairline of scalp and now one buttock....I am trying to stay stress free on the latest attempt to combat this problem. I have found a shampoo that is working well by using a product called Arbonne's called "Intelligence Not So Basic shampoo" Pat.
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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HI if you are allergic to steroids you can use products containing Tar and salicylic acid like polytar shampoo or fongitar can also use ketoconazoleshampoos.TO remove thick plaques you should use 10% salicylic acid mixed with mineral oil coer with a shower cap and leave it overnight and then wash off in the morning.
Vitamin D analogues like calcipotriene lotion can be used for maintenance
if problem persists then systemic treatment can be considered like methotrexate
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