Posted By Debra (South Carolina, US) on 04/17/2015
Replied by Sara (The Beach, Canada) on 04/17/2015
Replied by Myway (Delaware, Usa) on 04/17/2015
Just eat the main meal daily for about a couple months to see if this will work or alleviate your symptoms.
I know how you feel!
Replied by Diamond (Ma.) on 04/17/2015
Also try coconut oil in place of lotions/ Please try to get organic/virgin oil it's best this can be used in your hair as well as all over your body, I suggest you get another small container of coconut oil so you can ingest(eat) this oil as it will work inside as well, you can put this oil on toast-I use it every morning on my bran muffins/my husband uses it on his oatmeal every morn..I have helped most of my pets and my self with ACV and coconut oil..Keep up with what ever makes you comfortable, there are no real quick remedies as of yet.Keep in touch with us on Earth Clinic, I would like to hear how you are doing.Also try at a herbal store or whole foods to get castile soap.Keep in touch and good luck.
Replied by Anon (Usa) on 04/18/2015
You may be low in D3 according to the article below:
I have had psoriasis for more than 35 years. A few years ago, my doctor suggested vitamin D, as my blood level was low. Much to my surprise, my psoriasis began to disappear almost immediately. Several patches had proved impossible to cure with other medications. When my blood test showed a normal level of vitamin D, the doctor asked me to cut back the dosage. I did and the psoriasis returned. I now take 5,000 units of vitamin D capsules per day and that keeps my psoriasis in check. Regular monitoring of my vitamin D level shows that I am in the middle of the acceptable range with this dosage.
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