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5 Benefits of Mahonia Aquifolium for Psoriatic Arthritis

Mahonia aquifolium is a natural plant extract (otherwise known as ‘Holly-leaved barberry’) from the Western United States of America. The root has been shown to contain high proportions of berberin and oxycanthin (strong antimicrobial agents) and has been successfully used for a variety of skin disorders such as psoriasis and […]

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M-Folia New Formula free of Parabens

We have created a new formula for our M-Folia Cream and are happy to announce that now neither our Cream or Ointment contain parabens!  This new, gentle, chemical free formula still contains anti-bacterial, anti-oxident and anti-proliferative properties without any of the side effects that are associated with the continual use […]

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August is Psoriasis Awareness Month!

Throughout the month, The Psoriasis Foundation will introduce weekly themes to teach you everything you need to know about psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, while motivating you to help spread the word that psoriasis isn’t contagious – awareness is!   M-Folia products been helping sufferers with their symptoms naturally for 20 years.  click […]

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National Psoriasis Foundation Recommend Mahonia Aquifolium for Psoriasis

The National Psoriasis Foundation only recommend 8 natural remedies for psoriasis, and one of these is Mahonia Aquifolium.     This herbal extract, which is used in all our M-Folia range, has  been proven in studies to contain anti microbial agents and, when used topically, is wonderful for treating the symptoms […]

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Is Glycerine good for Psoriasis?

M-Folia will soon be adding a Glycerine and Mahonia Aquifolium tincture to our range after discovering that Dermatologists and Scientists at UCLA  and Vanderbilt University  have found that Glycerine can be helpful for skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema.     Studies have shown glycerol makes skin look and function […]

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Psoriasis Treatment Creams

One of the problems with many psoriasis creams is that they often contain coal tar or have ingredients that produce a bad smell.     Some emollients are used but are thick and difficult to spread making it very uncomfortable to wear clothes.   Often they do not absorb into […]

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