View Full Version : What is the quickest & fastest way to heal psoriasis & how long would it take?
07-14-2007, 05:34 PM
Can someone give me a sample menu to follow as well?
I know it has to have something to do with raw foods. But how much raw foods & how long before results start coming?
07-15-2007, 06:03 AM
This a conditioner that you can use on your whole body.
It can clear up psoriasis.
As for your diet, good nutrition and stress reduction is the only cure. So you need to make sure you are getting lots of greens, green smoothies, juices, coconut water, nuts and seeds, fruit etc.
Look on Alissa's shop she should have some supplements there.
Also it'll take time. There's no shortcut.
07-15-2007, 11:58 AM
Finding raw foods is an excellent start. I wish that more people who suffer from skin dis-eases learn soon that it starts from within.
I agree with Kyrie that good nutrition is a must for the reversal of skin complaints.
Also, I personally (who has had eczema since childhood) would recommend learning about cleansing the liver!!!!!! That is a must!!:)
EDIT: I have had the book "Healing psoriasis: the natural alternative" by Dr. John Pagano for a very long time. I read it once but, did not feel ready in myself to follow any of the steps or recommendations. After finding raw foods I went back to the book and found my understanding of it all much deeper.
I can REALLY recommend this: http://www.amazon.com/Healing-Psoriasis-Alternative-John-Pagano/dp/0962884707/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/104-3021942-7571961?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1184519432&sr=1-1
07-15-2007, 12:28 PM
Livenraw, I don't know if this will help you, but I got rid of eczema by going 90% raw, getting rid of my coffee habit, and drinking 70 to 96 oz of water daily. I do get little spots here and there, but only when I drink coffee or eat something containing wheat (raw or not). It didn't take me very long to get rid of it (maybe a month at the most), and now the little spots heal within three days as soon as I stop drinking coffee.
07-15-2007, 12:37 PM
I don't know how your diet is like, but mine started clearing up right after I cut gluten out of my diet (I will still cooked).
08-15-2007, 08:34 PM
I juice fasted for 10 weeks and my psoriasis healed completely. It started clearing up in the first week but it took 10 weeks to go altogether.
If you don't want to fast that long I recommend a shorter juice fast which will lessen it. Then a raw diet until you're ready to do another juice fast.
There's a story here - http://www.doctoryourself.com/psoriasis2.html
A man did juicefasting for 1 week, raw 1 week, juice 1 week, raw 1 week etc until healed.
Mine had already lessened on a fruit only diet but I don't recommend that, it's not healthy, it was very cleansing but deficient in most nutrients. If I still had psoriasis and didnt want to juice fast for a long time, I would alternate juice fasting with a diet of just fruit and greens including lots of green smoothies, green juices, weeds, wheatgrass, baby greens, and sunflower greens.
The less nuts/seeds/grains/dehydrated food/salt/spices you consume, the faster you will detox. They're fine to eat on a raw diet, but it its speed you want, keep them to a minimum until your psoriasis has gone.
I can eat anything I want now without it coming back. Although I did have a minor outbreak when exposed to a high amount of bleach (inhaling it not eating it!). But even so the psoriasis wasnt visible, only feelable.
08-16-2007, 12:56 PM
Hello, My daughter (an adult) had her body 90% cover with psoriasis just before it started clearing. We did 4 things 1) cleanse the colon and the liver, 2) high nutrition, this meant some concentrated nutrition easy to digest as well as the best diet possible, 3) short sun bathing 3 to 4 times a day with as much skin exposed as comfortable, 4) eliminate any product with sodium laurel sulfate in it and eleminate as many chemicals as possible from the environment.
It took several weeks before she would say she was starting to heal becasue she continued to break out as well for a few weeks. I do not remember the total time it took to heal.
If you like you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will give her your e-mail. She likes to talk to people about her experience.
08-16-2007, 01:06 PM
I don't have this problem .. and I really don't have any background on this..but may I please add my two cents?? Just a gut feeling I have from reading other testimonys....
first... EAT 100% RAW....
second... start oil pulling. Look up under the 'main directory' towards the bottom of the page - you will see a section for health - open up those threads and you will see one for oil pulling. Read thru those threads - I was very skeptical at first -- but I am amazed at the blessings oil pulling has been to me! Also -- do a google search on 'oil pulling' I read quite a bit of research about it healing skin ailments.
third... I would start eating coconut oil. 100% RAW ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN COCONUT OIL. do a google search on that also -- seriously -- it is very healing for skin issues...
these things can not hurt... and only help!
blessings and I hope you find what you need... ;)
08-16-2007, 03:23 PM
I encouraged my friend to try raw for his psoriasis and ezcema. The results were that it cleared up completely within a couple of weeks. He said that he figured out the culprit was wheat/grain products.
08-17-2007, 08:21 PM
...with wheat/gluten being the culprit. I have psoarsis in my scalp. Soooo not fun. When I eat lots of bread products <sigh> Well...it's not pretty. As soon as I cut it out. It heals. I also don't use typical shampoos. I use Doc Bonner's Miracle castile soaps. It's an olive based cleansers that can be used for just about anything. He says you can even brush your teeth with it. I haven't tried that yet! LOL
08-17-2007, 09:14 PM
Some people find that coconut and or coconut oil, eaten and applied externally will help. Some people find that going out in the sun will clear it up. Sun has the opposite effect for me. Some people find bathing in dead sea salts will help.
For me, I take salt baths several times a week. I use very little soap and when I do use it, it is coconut oil based. I have not find diet to help or not help.
I think it also depends on what kind of psoriasis you have. If it's guttate, that can be caused by a virus.
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