Apple Cider Vinegar for Psoriasis?

So there has been buzz on the use of apple cider vinegar and its power to combat Psoriasis for many years.  With some youtube testimonials reaching around 200 thousand views, it is no secret that people are seeking effective cures for Psoriasis symptoms.  The use of this product is meant for both internal and external treatment of inflammation.  Although I have researched the benefits of internal uses of apple cider vinegar, and even saw benefit through its use for weight loss, I have had no such luck with external use of apple cider vinegar. I still however, take a shot of apple cider vinegar every morning due to its other health benefits

The video below incorporates the use of hemp oil, Dr. Bronner’s soap, and apple cider vinegar.  I have tried this method, and aside from being tedious, and foul smelling, the last step of applying the vinegar, actually caused a painful sting.  I did not see results after almost two weeks of using this process.  I do however usually like to be optimistic, so, I will attempt to try this method again.  Also some treatments that do not work for me may possibly work for the next person, so I say try it yourself.

Directions:

  1. Applying hemp seed oil directly to the scalp and/or affected area of the scalp allowing the oil to sit covered for up to 6 hours or overnight.
  2. Wash the scalp several times with Bronner’s soap.
  3. Apply apple cider vinegar with an applicator bottle directly to scalp and let sit for 2 to 5 minutes.

So there it is.  and many others like it.  I will try this method again and post my results, to see if this method of treating scalp psoriasis really works.  In the meantime, I say try this method for yourself, you may find different results.

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Dr. Bronner’s Soap
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Hemp Oil
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Apple Cider Vinegar

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