is realy common, chronic skirern condition in which
patches of skin become thickened and reddened and covered
with silvery scales. It usually does not itch, but does
cause discomfort and cosmetic embarrassment. The areas
of the body most commonly affected by psoriasis are
the arms, elbows, behind the ears, scalp, back, legs,
is metabolic in nature and can be triggered by environmental
or stressful conditions, poor diet, flu-like conditions,
the administration of penicillin, and nutritional deficiencies.
Patients with psoriasis are also a higher risk of rheumatoid
can also be caused by food allergies, essential fatty
acid deficiencies, low digestive enzyme and hydrochloric
acid levels, vitamin B complex deficiencies, emotional
stress, illness, drugs (such as beta-blockers, lithium,
and chloroquine), poison ivy or oak, skin damage, and
several infections, bacterial or viral in origin.
Mild cases of psoriasis may be helped
by daily exposure to sunlight. Frequent exercise is
Screen for and eliminate all foods to which
you are allergic or sensitive. Eat a varied diet of
organic, whole foods, rotating foods as much as possible.
Also eliminate wheat and wheat products for 1-3 months.
Also consume seafood high in omega-3 fatty acids, such
as wild salmon, sardines, mackerel, herring, and each
day, on a rotating basis, take one tablespoon of olive
or flaxseed oil, and be sure to drink plenty of pure,
filtered water. Organic beef, venison, poultry, garlic,
onions, parsley, organic plain yogurt, and
is also recommended.
The following nutrients can be helpful evening primrose
oil, omega-3 essential fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin
B Complex, vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, vitamin C with bioflavonoids,
folic acid, lecithin, zinc, and a multi-mineral supplement.
Taking hydrochloric acid (HCl) with each meal can also
be of use.
Europe fumaric acid treatment in the form of fumaric
acid tablets, ointment, lotion, and scalp lotions is
widely used to reverse symptoms of psoriasis
The following essential oils are recommended
bergamot (to help heal skin plaques), lavender (to reduce
excessive itching), melissa (for irritated skin), jasmine
(for dry sensitive skin), geranium (for dry irritating
skin), and sandalwood mysore (for dehydrated, inflamed,
and sensitive skin).
Rescue Remedy Cream applied topically can
Combine equal parts of burdock, sarsaparilla,
and cleavers tinctures and take one teaspoon three times
a day. Silymarin (milk thistle) is also helpful for
psoriasis due to its positive effects on liver function.
Useful homeopathic remedies include Psorinum,
Sulfur, Graphites, Cuprum met., and Arsen alb.
Apply a hot compress affected area each day.
Taking a bath heated to body temperature to which sea
salt has been dissolved can also help speed healing.
The following juice combinations can be helpful
apple and carrot; beet, cucumber, and grape; and beet,
carrot, burdock, yellowdock and garlic.
Apply seawater to the affected skin several times daily.
Linseed or avocado oil, aloe vera gel, and/or capsaicin
cream applied topically can reduce the scaling, thickness,
redness, and itching.
If your symptoms persist despite the above measures,
seek the help of a qualified health professional.
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