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Patty

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#1 Dec 23, 2011
I have had psoriasis for 20 years, but nothing like what I have now. For the past two weeks my psoriasis has taken over my entire
body, including the palms of my hands and bottom of my feet. I have been bed ridden all this time, unable to walk or use my hands.
The pain is the worse I have ever had to endure.
I stopped going to my derm. doctor years ago because all he ever did was give me "tar".
My husband had to get me a wheel chair for me to get around, I fear this will be my fate forever if I can't stop this rampaging
psoriasis on my body.
Edgar

Mexico

#2 Dec 27, 2011
I have psoriasis in my hands and feet but I tried something and has work, rattle snake..

my email is eamh7777@yahoo.com
the rattle snake is dry into the sun untill its disecated and then you eat as like salt, im from Mexico but untill now this has work
if you investigate this snake has a lot of vitamins and there are investigations related to cancer help
do not hesitate to sent me a mail if you have questions, also in natural stores they sell it as capsules
OUCH

Hartford, SD

#3 Dec 28, 2011
Patty, I firmlybelieve that psoriasis is diet related. I went gluten free and mine completely cleared up. Then after eating some gluten free cornbread, it came back. I completely eliminated all corn products from my diet, and once again, the psoriasis is gone.

I had had it for about ten years, and I understand what you are going through. My hands were so sore I couldn't even pick anything up, and although I was still walking, each step was agony.

Why don't you just try a whole foods diet for two weeks? Eat nothing but meat cooked plain, fresh potatoes, and fresh vegetables. If you need dessert, try fresh fruit. Do this for two weeks and see if you get results. I know everybody is different, but I would bet a LOT of money that if you do this and avoid all processes foods, you will see a huge difference.

And once you know for sure you can start adding other foods to your diet. I can eat Hagan Daz, Starbucks, and Blue Bunny All Natural ice creams.(These are sweetened with sugar instead of corn syrup.) I can eat Kettle Brand potato chips with sea salt.

I can make a great pie crust out of merange, believe it or not, and fill it with blueberries or whatever else I want.

There are several gluten free breads on the market. Some of them are absolutely terrible, but Udi's whole grain, Rudy's, and Canyon Bakehouse make gluten free breads that are delicious. I would just avoid things like that for the first couple of weeks, then add each new item one at a time. Eat each new food for three days in a row (unless you get a reaction right away.) Sometimes it takes a few days to react, so wait a week, then try adding something new.

Go to Celiac.com and read up on all of the different skin conditions (psoriasis, excema, and DH) that a gluten free diet can cure.

You will be in my prayers.
Edgar

Mexico

#4 Dec 28, 2011
I agree with his comments as well this helps I also eat better now only healty food and I began to se results as well
Patty

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#5 Dec 28, 2011
Thank you all for your suggestions, I truly believe only people that have psoriasis can
understand the disease, I have found out these
past few weeks of this horrid flare up I have
that the medical community has no clue.
Thanks again, prayers are with all of you.
mario

Houston, TX

#6 Dec 29, 2011
Patty wrote:
I have had psoriasis for 20 years, but nothing like what I have now. For the past two weeks my psoriasis has taken over my entire
body, including the palms of my hands and bottom of my feet. I have been bed ridden all this time, unable to walk or use my hands.
The pain is the worse I have ever had to endure.
I stopped going to my derm. doctor years ago because all he ever did was give me "tar".
My husband had to get me a wheel chair for me to get around, I fear this will be my fate forever if I can't stop this rampaging
psoriasis on my body.
I got injected w 1and half ML of TRILOG 0r KENlog twice in 1 week.It cleared 95%of my psoriasis.then the rest was cleared with Clobetasol.TRLOG injections r used for pain due to swelling.U can go 2 most Family practice clinics & thyl have it.I was only given creams for 8yrs & never cleared my condition cuz i would drink n smoke eat bad etc.but this was lika miracle.I had all my legs covered by psoriasis & patches everywhere.I felt lika leper.Always having 2 cover up.Trust me it works i swear to god!the reason it didnt clear it 100% was cuz i kept drinkin n smoking and didnt apply clobetasol as needed.It will lower ur immune system 4 a short time. so stay away from sick ppl.Dont think about jus do it.
Edgar

Mexico

#7 Dec 29, 2011
i smoke and im clear with the snake however I will quit hope it does not return i will keep you posted
Joseph

Hermosa Beach, CA

#10 Jan 5, 2012
Hi Patty,

I too have suffered from Psoriasis on my elbows and knees for most of my life. I'm 29 years old and have recently been working on my health and overall wellness as of late. I have been eating a cleaner diet but most of all I've tried a product that helps bring your body's PH level back to neutral.

A lot of the negative reactions that occurs within our bodies are due to an unbalanced PH level. Our PH levels become unbalanced due to outside environmental sources that we cannot control. With bringing our PH levels back to neutral, our bodies can heal themselves and I've used the "zero point energy" products which have worked great! I've used the Sirius Silver and the Citrus Silk on the areas of my skin that were irritated and I also have one of the necklace pendants that I wear on a daily basis. The science behind it is that the topical solutions and pendant are embedded with energy frequencies to bring our body's PH level to normal. I have noticed amazing results with my elbows and knees and overall feel really good too with my general health.

If you're interested in checking out the products here's a website or you can email me. I hope that these will work for you too.

http://jserrao.zeropointglobal.com/products/p...
joseph.zeropointenergy@gmail.c om
chad

Tulsa, OK

#11 Jan 8, 2012
i read about a home remedy that included taking daily doses of fish oil and flax seed oil. i tried this and within a couple of months my condition went away. i have been free of any symptons except for a mild condition that periodically appears on my cheeks wich has been easily treatable with over the counter medication. i have had no reappearance anywhere else and i had it everywhere. hope this helps somebody. remember it took a couple of months to work.
Lisa_43

Ottawa, Canada

#12 Jan 10, 2012
I have been suffering with psoriasis for 9 years, tried every treatment and cream out there with very little relief. I was then referred to a Naturopathic Doctor (Dr. Abid Ebrahim) who did IV (Intravenous therapy). He used vitamins and minerals in the IV which took away the scaling, the itching and the cracking of the skin. My hands used to crack up and there was a lot of bleeding and pus, once i started doing the iv treatments the improvement is like night and day! In fact, after the IV treatment (approx 30mins to 1 hr) you can actually SEE the difference in the skin! I swear by naturopathic medicine and IV therapy!
dipali biswas

Mumbai, India

#13 Jan 14, 2012
how did you apply tar,pl guide me.
Patty wrote:
I have had psoriasis for 20 years, but nothing like what I have now. For the past two weeks my psoriasis has taken over my entire
body, including the palms of my hands and bottom of my feet. I have been bed ridden all this time, unable to walk or use my hands.
The pain is the worse I have ever had to endure.
I stopped going to my derm. doctor years ago because all he ever did was give me "tar".
My husband had to get me a wheel chair for me to get around, I fear this will be my fate forever if I can't stop this rampaging
psoriasis on my body.
dipali biswas

Mumbai, India

#14 Jan 14, 2012
want to know the use of tar on effected psoriasis area. it will be v humble help for me.
my life became hopeless forever
thanks
Patty

AOL

#15 Jan 15, 2012
dipali biswas wrote:
want to know the use of tar on effected psoriasis area. it will be v humble help for me.
my life became hopeless forever
thanks
This was a "tar" ointment and you just place it on affected areas,
however, it's messy, smells terrible and after applying it for a
week or more, I saw no improvement.
Joseph

Hermosa Beach, CA

#16 Jan 17, 2012
Patty, did you have a chance to check out the link that I sent to you and read the data sheets on some of the skin appliques? Let me know if you need anymore direction.
dipali biswas

Mumbai, India

#18 Jan 18, 2012
dear,
want to know the dose of fish oil and flax seed
oil, i want to use that, suffering frm ps since 8 yrs,in my both leg area,pl help, thanks dipali
chad wrote:
i read about a home remedy that included taking daily doses of fish oil and flax seed oil. i tried this and within a couple of months my condition went away. i have been free of any symptons except for a mild condition that periodically appears on my cheeks wich has been easily treatable with over the counter medication. i have had no reappearance anywhere else and i had it everywhere. hope this helps somebody. remember it took a couple of months to work.
skintreat

Pompano Beach, FL

#19 Jan 18, 2012
dipali biswas wrote:
want to know the use of tar on effected psoriasis area. it will be v humble help for me.
my life became hopeless forever
thanks
Where are you located, email me at info@skintreat.net
Would like to help you..
www.skintreat.net
Ish

Pompano Beach, FL

#20 Jan 20, 2012
There is a new spray called PSORVAL made in China. I have been using it on my eczema for about a week, it has made a big difference. No itching, skin is getting softer and bumps going away. Would like to send a few samples to people who are going through a flareUp.
It is not on the site as yet: www.skintreat.net
Write to me if interested: http://skintreat.net/contact.html

This Spray really worked for me, no other product was as effective. This Spray will help MANY..
dipali biswas

Mumbai, India

#21 Jan 21, 2012
dear
suffuring with psoriasis since 8 yrs, nothing worked,had gone through ayurvedic, homeopathy,alopathy, doing meditation,pranayama[breathing exersise]everyday for 1 hour.but the condition is spreading only.
want to know more about iv therapy,
pl help me
dipali
Lisa_43 wrote:
I have been suffering with psoriasis for 9 years, tried every treatment and cream out there with very little relief. I was then referred to a Naturopathic Doctor (Dr. Abid Ebrahim) who did IV (Intravenous therapy). He used vitamins and minerals in the IV which took away the scaling, the itching and the cracking of the skin. My hands used to crack up and there was a lot of bleeding and pus, once i started doing the iv treatments the improvement is like night and day! In fact, after the IV treatment (approx 30mins to 1 hr) you can actually SEE the difference in the skin! I swear by naturopathic medicine and IV therapy!
Jessie

Kingsville, Canada

#22 Jan 30, 2012
I use a homemade facial scrub consisting of brown sugar, honey and grapeseed oil. I noticed the soothing effect immediately on the patch of psoriasis that I have on my eyelid. I haven't had this in a few years, but this outbreak has lasted 3 months.
I decided to do a search on honey and psoriasis and found the following homemade recipe:

Combining equal parts of raw (unprocessed) honey, beeswax, and cold pressed olive oil. Start with a small amount of each ingredient (e.g., one or two tablespoons). Begin by melting the beeswax in a small pan over low heat, stirring occasionally. Once melted, remove it from the heat and mix in the honey, then the olive oil, stirring the mixture until well blended. While the mixture is still warm, pour it into an airtight container and store in the refrigerator. The mixture should keep for up to three months. A few drops of vitamin E oil (from a gel cap) may be added to each batch for longer shelf life, and to enhance its healing properties.

I made this last night (used regular honey as I didn't have raw and grapeseed oil instead of olive oil). I melted the beeswax in the microwave and mixed honey then oil. As it cools, it hardens to the consistancy of lip balm- somewhat on the dense side. I applied it to my eyelid last night and when I woke this morning I had no swelling or itching.
Just thought that I would pass this along, will add a progress report on this in a few days.
Nikunj joshi

United States

#23 Feb 2, 2012
Dear mam, contact Dr. R.A.Carvalho, Nobles complex, 2nd floor, ashram road, ahemdabad, gujrat. His no is, 07926580439, 07926586228. He is no.1 dermetologist of gujrat. And i have cleard psoraisis. I will gurantee u that you will be get cured. Happy wishes.

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