Can I put Vitamin D3 from a gel cap on my Psoriasis?
Hi there -
You certainly may apply vitamin D3 from a gel cap onto the psoriasis plaques.
I recommend that you consider using liquid vitamin D3 vs vitamin D3 gel caps. This is more cost effective and easier to do.
Apply to affected areas twice or more daily.
There is a great research summary on psoriasis here along with other recommended products
Should you have further questions, please do ask.
Do let me know how you are doing after a month of using the above suggestions.
One tip that I was taught by one of my clinical supervisors which I found quite powerful is:
- Conditions and disease states are due to the body not functioning optimally. It is not you. You are functioning just fine.
The question that you posed to me:
"Can I put D3 from a gel cap on my psoriasis?"
If you look at that question, you see that psoriasis has become part of you. However, it has not truly. It is simply a sign showing that there is an imbalance in the immune system and digestive system.
I have found that patients which state questions similar to the one above have a more difficult time in completely eradicating their condition.
Phrasing the question as below maintains separation from you and the condition:
"May I apply Vitamin D3 from a gel cap onto the psoriasis?"
It is a subtle yet very powerful difference that I have found highly clinically relevant.
I wish you full health and disappearance of the psoriasis.