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NATURAL TREATMENT ALTERNATIVE FOR PSORIASIS: A REVIEW ON HERBAL RESOURCES

@article{Singh2014NATURALTA,
  title={NATURAL TREATMENT ALTERNATIVE FOR PSORIASIS: A REVIEW ON HERBAL RESOURCES},
  author={Kamlesh Singh and Surendra Tripathy},
  journal={journal of applied pharmaceutical science},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={114-121}
}
Psoriasis is an immune mediated inflammatory disease, which is having no permanent cure. Though, there are several treatment methods to treat psoriasis, no particular medication claims a satisfactory and complete remedy. A wide range of synthetic therapeutic agents have also been reported to cause psoriasis as their adverse effect. Herbal drugs by virtue of their safe nature and easy availability may lend themselves as potential anti-psoriatic moieties. Before developing a herbal drug candidate… 

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