Aspirin

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Many rosaceans find that taking a low dosage of Aspirin helps to control the flushing and burning associated with the disease (see COX Inhibitors). As a warning, Aspirin causes thinning of the blood, so those with bruising or bleeding problems or those on blood thinners should discuss taking Aspirin with their doctors. Also, many rosaceans have reported that Aspirin, NSAIDs and natural salicylates cause additional flushing (see Foods High in Salicylates).


Useful links:

http://www.medicinenet.com/acetylsalicylic_acid/article.htm