Treat cases involving acute flare-ups of psora with antipsorics after dispatching the acute state.
To achieve a thorough cure in such not-rare cases, an appropriate antipsoric treatment (as taught in my work, The Chronic Diseases) should be undertaken after the acute state has been dispatched to a tolerable extent. The antipsoric treatment should be directed against
1. the ailments that remain after the acute state has been dispatched, and
2. the diseased condition-states that were habitual for the patient prior to the acute disease.
In chronic local diseases that are not obviously venereal, the antipsoric internal cure is necessary anyway. 178
178 As I have stated in my book The Chronic Diseases.