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    Psoriasis child

    Slmz Dr Joy

    I'm not sure if you received my emails regarding a psoriasis product? I did not send it thru the forum, but thru my personal email (so not sure if it went thru to your junk mail?)....I don't know if I can post the name of the product here. I was just after you professional opinion. Thanks Dr Joy


    Would the ingredients be safe for a child to use;

    1) topically -a) Kigelia Africana, 0.25% Camphor Oil, Purified Water, 20% Stabilized Oxygen
    -b) Natural Based Cream, Aqua, 0.25% Camphor Oil, Purified Water

    2) orally - Stabilized Liquid Oxygen, 0.5% natural anti-microbial agents, purified distilled water suspension

    Is camphor oil bad for us?

    I'm worried about side effect for now and possible future side effects.

    Thanks Dr Joy

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    Unfortunately I have not received your email

    Would you please resend me the email at the following address [email protected]

    I am not a product specialist and you would need to check the package insert of these products in order to assess the efficacy and safety. However, I can comment on the herb Kigelia Africana which is traditionally used in the treatment of psoriasis, nappy rash and other inflammatory skin conditions due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Different parts of this plant has different effects and from the notes I have the fruit is given to infants to encourage weight gain. What is the age of your little one? Purely based on the indications I have listed for this herb, it appears to be safe in children, however, I would like to do some research on the entire product. So will you please send me the name via email

    Camphor oil has many beneficial properties for the skin
    Dr Joy Saville
    BSc (CHS). BCM (UTM) Summa Cum Laude
    Unani-Tibb Medicine
    http://bit.ly/DrJoySaville

    Always consult your healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information to your own situation.

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