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Palmoplantar Pustular Psoriasis Relief?

Posted By Joshua (Texas) on 08/23/2018

Has anyone found anything good for palmoplantar pustular psoriasis? I realize it is a rare form of the disease. I have seen 7 doctors and no one has been able to even slow it down. I am unable to walk at this point it is so bad and all my fingernails and toenails are falling out. It's so inflamed my feet are badly swollen as well. It has severely disabled me.

I've tried putting apple cider vinegar, baking soda, tea tree oil, various ointments with vitamin E or vitamin D in them and I've tried just regular bought iodine from the pharmacy. None of these have had any impact at all. Every day it gets a little worse.

I'm wondering if there is more to the iodine but I've found it difficult to research. I've had doctors tell me it's the most inflammation they've seen with psoriasis and it may be impossible to treat. I could really use some help.
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Replied by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 08/23/2018

Joshua, imho this calls for "the big guns": clay. Try French green clay or any other healing clay.
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Replied by Jeorgia (Wisconsin) on 08/23/2018

I have had good results taking L-lysine. 1000mg every morning on empty stomach.
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Replied by Charity (Faithville , Us) on 08/23/2018

Sorry you are going through that, you might look into lugol's iodine and borax and copper....do lots of research. Also gout can be from imbalance in system and cause much pain and inflammation. Any treatment will cause more pain so always go slow, low dose and have things around the house to combat die off toxins . Like I said, do lots of research before you start anything. Blessings, Charity

here is Ted answer to one question on that topic

https://ted.earthclinic.com/cures/psoriasis4.html

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