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Equilac as an alternative psoriasis treatment

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When treating psoriasis, the healthiest and best results can be achieved by treating the skin from the inside out, and by fighting the cause rather than the symptoms alone. While it’s true that it will take longer to see or feel results compared to topical hydrocortisone creams, the results in the long term will be much better and healthier for your body. These days, everyone has probably tried, or is still trying hydrocortisone creams. However, these types of cream can only lessen your outward symptoms, and are dangerous to your health if you use them on a long-term basis. The...

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Research on mare's milk points to effective relief for skin disorders

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The most important studies of the soothing effects of mare's milk on the human skin were published by the Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany, in the context of a large-scaled poll among both doctors and patients, that was conducted in 2009. The goal of this anonymous survey was to collect and study the experiences of patients that were undergoing a treatment with mare's milk, in order to prove its beneficial qualities. Over 90% of the interviewees suffering from various types of skin conditions reported that the severity of their symptoms - such as itchiness and the erratic sleep associated with...

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The beneficial qualities of lactoferrin found in mare’s milk

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Lactoferrin is a protein that can be found in both mother's milk and mare's milk. It is an important element for the development of infants. It operates as a natural antibiotic that represses the growth of bacteria by binding itself to iron. Lactoferrin also positively influences autoimmune disorders such as psoriasis, acne and eczema. The protein has a whole range of biological effects and strengthens the immune system. Both in vitro and animal studies have confirmed this. More recent studies point out that lactoferrin protects against rotaviruses, shigellosis, salmonella infections and Escherichia coli which are all bacteria that can cause...

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