A lot of questions about ratios, I guess I should have measured it lol.
I really just used enough coconut oil to dissolve the hash. It doesn't fully dissolve, but becomes like a grainy paste. I just massage that into the affected areas.
While it isn't "gone" yet it is so much less noticable and less itchy and flaky that I would consider it as healed as I have ever seen it since I got psoriasis in the 4th grade.
Honey oil should work just as good, probably better. I am going to make up a qwet, I had some the other day and applied it topically to one spot, and it worked well, but it was difficult to spread. I would like to make more and formulate a lotion out of it. I made the caps to eat but just tried it on my psoriasis because it was itchy as hell!
I used to use HALOBETASOL, and I got the thinning skin, I would bleed from almost anything. I also got a unibrow (hyperthrichosis), hypopigmentation, and I also got chronic recurring folliculitis that was baffling the doctors, (never good when the doc says, I need someone else to take a look at this, and the second doc stands there looking at you in shock) They said it was probably from swimming in a lake, years later I learned it was from the steroids...
I agree that doctors are total fools who's job it is to keep you from being well. If you were well, how would they make any money?