Objectives: To assess efficacy and safety of Psori Silk in mild to moderate plaque psoriasis.
Material and Methods: Randomized double blind Psori Silk versus vehicle, 12 weeks treatment and 4 weeks follow up study. The
primary endpoint was Modified PASI 50 at week 12, while the secondary endpoint included life quality assessment by DLQI.
Results: The Psori Silk group consisted of 23 patients with 34 lesions treated versus 22 and 36 in the vehicle group, respectively.
Modified PASI 50 seen in 59% versus 22.7% of patients in the active and the vehicle group, respectively (p< 0.001). Mean 33%
DLQI improvement was observed in 65.2 versus 27.2% (p< 0.001) of active medicine and vehicle group patients, respectively. Mild
and temporary discomfort at the application site was observed in 39 and 23% of the active medicine and vehicle group patients,
Conclusions: Psori Silk appear to be effective and safe treatment for mild to moderate plaque psoriasis.
Keywords: plaque psoriasis; natural medicine; Psori Silk; Modified PASI 50; DLQI