Thanks for the recipe!! It sounds good! I almost wana try it and see if it makes my patches redder!!
I already saved it to a txt file so i may just try it out!
Actually most of those ingredients could cause that to happen.. I agree with ya that makin your own junk at home is healthier, sad thing is that so many of the ingredients aren't healthy for us
Sugar = BAD NEWS, our bodies don't like it, its been processed from its natural state, bleached white on top of that, and our bodies don't know what to do with it
Salt (white table salt ) = BAD NEWS, this too has been processed and bleached and it is not the salt that our bodies need, Sea Salt is a good substitute for that but make sure its not bleached Sea Salt , and then theres pollutions of the sea, so its best to go for a Himalayan Crystal Salt
Flour, Again most use bleached, and then even the unbleached flour isn't made of anything that we could actually call healthy, look for a healthy baking flour to replace your average flour with
Chocolate chips, well we all know whats in those.. check ingredients and opt for natural alternatives to that for a healthier choice
Nuts are good for us but unfortunately a lot of us have nut allergies, some of us that don't think we do may have an allergy to them that come out in ways we would never suspect
Nutrition4skin.com forums does a lot of research on different things like this.. they are a good source for alternatives for eating as well as medicines
They also have some natural Psoriasis medicines too as well as for other ailments
I have tried several of the products and love them, the best part is they are all natural and they contain no irritants and that was a huge problem for me with everything else i have tried, prescription as well as anything else i found in drug stores.. most everything contains irritants and perfumes and additives that actually aggravate the skin even more.
Anyway.. i know quite a few people in the forums over there that are using these products and most seem to love them.
Good luck with your red patches! I hope they fade soon.