Introduction to Psoriasis Cures
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Cures for Psoriasis
If you go to a doctor and ask if there is a cure for psoriasis, your doctor will tell you that no, there is no cure. But people do cure themselves of psoriasis. So is there a cure for psoriasis or not? It depends on who you ask and whether you’re willing to change your lifestyle a bit and maybe try some alternative psoriasis treatments until you discover the combination of therapies that work for you. If you’re new to this blog and this series of articles about psoriasis, start by reading our article about fumaric acid as a cure for psoriasis, ox bile, chlorine dioxide, and probiotics psoriasis protocol and then move on to the sunlight and seawater cure for psoriasis, but don’t neglect to read the other links that we’ve listed at the bottom of the page. Each person’s physiology is unique and you may need to add some other psoriasis treatments to your protocol to be permanently cured of the disease.
Colonics and/or coffee enemas (or filtered water enemas) are another important supporting treatment that help people permanently cure psoriasis. The large intestine is often implicated as an organ that is struggling to remove toxicities from the body though manifestations of skin plaques and rashes are often the most noticeable (and embarrassing) features of the disease. Skin problems from acne to eczema, psoriasis plaques to cancerous lesions, are often an expression of something going awry in the digestive system. Psoriasis sufferers who wish to cure their psoriasis permanently should definitely work with digestive system treatments, especially colonics and/or enemas and dietary changes, particularly in the initial stages of treatment to gain confidence that the disease can, in fact, be cured. Over time, after the large intestine has healed, it may be possible to return to a more normal diet and to do enemas and colonic treatments less frequently.
Based on our experiences with these treatment options that are often used as a comprehensive protocol to cure psoriasis at home, we have found that yes there is a cure for psoriasis, though patients may vary in terms of what they respond to because the core problem underlying their disease may differ from patient-to-patient. If you’re ready to cure your psoriasis using at-home treatments, then there will be work involved and you may need to experiment to find the right combinations of treatments that work for you. Nonetheless, our goal is provide you with the information you need to cure psoriasis permanently.
Diet and Alternative Treatment Options
The most important thing you can do as a psoriasis sufferer is change your diet. Doctors may claim that dietary changes won’t do a thing to help you, but many patients who’ve cured their psoriasis would beg to differ. If your doctor tells you that diet won’t change a thing, you should know that your doctor probably took one or maybe NO nutrition classes in their medical studies so they’re hardly qualified to speak to the possible utility of making nutritional changes to get rid of psoriasis. When you ask the doctor about how to cure this disease, they can only tell you whether or not there are surgeries or pharmaceutical treatment to treat the disease temporarily. And conventional medicine is not a business about cures. Indeed, the word “cure” is censored by Google and Facebook. Why? Because it’s more profitable for Big Pharma to dole out treatments that do NOT cure disease.
So, if you’re embarking on a quest for a psoriasis cure, begin by changing your diet and detoxifying your body. Then move on to alternative treatments. Be sure to visit our AlivenHealthy links at the bottom of the page for summaries of the various alternative psoriasis treatments that our team has located and written about. And download the book Healing Psoriasis: The Natural Alternative — The Drug Free Program That Really Works by John Pagano. Also download his companion book: Dr. John’s Healing Psoriasis Cookbook and start cooking! In my experience working with patients in long-term care settings, diet changes are the most likely thing to have a noticeable impact on psoriasis, but don’t stop there. Make dietary changes and then start seeking out alternative therapies for psoriasis that have a proven track record. Maybe you’ll see only a slight change in your symptoms by changing your diet, but if you see CHANGES, that indicates that you’re getting control over the disease. Start sampling holistic treatments for psoriasis like the ones listed in the first paragraph above knowing that you may need to add to the treatment approach over time to cure psoriasis permanently.
The best approach to curing this disease is to look at the process of healing as a journey. Indeed, you may need to travel to the beach for some sun and seawater since sunlight and salt water are a psoriasis cure that works for many people. Consider combining a trip to the beach with dialysis treatments perhaps. There are certain alternative psoriasis treatment facilities that offer both of these treatments at the same location.
If you can’t travel, due to COVID or for any other reason, consider purchasing Dead Sea Salts to bathe in at home. Though this is not as powerful as a treatment as going to the Dead Sea itself, it’s a good supporting therapy that can help you regain control over your body. Having a sense of control over the disease is part of the battle because this illness affects patients socially and psychologically. When you feel like you can control the symptoms of psoriasis, your stress level will be reduced. When your stress level is reduced, your digestive system will function better. In turn, your skin will be able to heal more rapidly.
When you’re trying to cure a disease, it can be good to start by proving that you can change or diminish the symptoms, even slightly or make them go away, if only for a brief time. Once you prove it to yourself that it’s possible to have an impact on your own disease (to reduce symptoms or change symptoms, you’ll feel more like you’re the one in charge of how your body feels. That will motivate you to continue working toward the cure.
Drinking Sea Water to Cure Psoriasis
Some studies have shown that psoriasis may benefit not only from bathing in sea water, but they may also benefit from drinking sea water supplements. Researchers have demonstrated that psoriasis sufffers who take a sea water supplement that contain a high selenium content have much higher levels of glutathione peroxidase. Glutathione peroxidase is vital in detoxifying the body which has led researchers to speculate that the high selenium content in the sea water supplements plays an important role in recovery from psoriasis. Additional studies have shown that selenium is most likely to play an important role in recovery from psoriasis in patients who have had the disease for 3 years or longer.
How to Find a Cure for Psoriasis
It’s unfortunate that many psoriasis sufferers give up before they hit on the magic combination of holistic treatments that work for them. Doctors discourage patients from seeking a cure because most doctors don’t believe there’s any other option for treatment other than what’s available through conventional medicine. If you believe this too, then you’ll find that there is no cure for any disease! But remember, there are people who have cured their psoriasis. It doesn’t matter whether you have plaque psoriasis, inverse psoriasis, guttate psoriasis, pustular psoriasis, or erythrodemic psoriasis. In all of these cases, it is possible to cure psoriasis. As mentioned above, however, the exact protocol or combination of treatments necessary to cure these diseases may vary somewhat from person to person. Our goal it to provide information about research into actual curative agents for this disease and compile them in one place so that psoriasis patients can find them easily and decide for themselves how to treat this disease.
Jason Winters is an icon for what it takes to cure a disease. Winters lived his life out loud. He worked as an actor. He flew a hot air balloon across the ocean with a boat as the basket (luckily, since the balloon crashed). But Winters developed cancer on his neck at one point and his doctors gave him only a short period of time to live. So, with only limited time left to live, he took off across the world to find a cure for his disease. He found one herb on 4 different continents and combined them together into a tea that’s widely available today because he happened to make friends with the Queen of England. He cured himself of cancer after his doctor had diagnosed him as terminal. It’s illegal (that’s right–ILLEGAL) to market the tea as a cancer cure in the U.S. thanks to the FDA and other organizations, but people find out that it’s a cure when they believe a cure exists and start looking for it. So while doctors will tell you matter-of-factly that there is no cure for cancer, this was not Jason Winter’s experience.
After having traveled the world myself in search of unconventional cures for disease, I now believe that there’s a cure for every disease and if you’ve been diagnosed with something, it’s a matter of finding the cure, literally, by going out in search of it. I usually recommend starting this quest by consulting yourself. Of course, as Americans, it’s pretty hard to do this since we’re taught not to listen to ourselves. We’re taught to listen to our doctors instead. So, if you have trouble listening to your gut over the negative prognosis given by your doctor, consider doing an Ayahuasca ritual in Mexico or Peru. You can contact me directly for advice on Ayahuasceros (people who administer Ayahuasca) I trust…I’d be happy to give you some pointers or even connect you to a trusted curandera in Mexico where I live. But through Ayahuasca, you can consult directly with the Mother of All Plants and ask her what to do for your specific disease. The plant will tell you. But then, you’ll have to listen and follow-through on it.
Today, more than ever, curing disease may literally be about going on a journey to another place through medical tourism. But even as COVID-19 threatens to shut down borders and limit medical tourism, patients can find alternatives to the treatments offered in alternative health facilities that can be administered at home.
If Ayahuasca seems like too much for you at this time, you might sign up for dialysis treatments in a sunny, beachy location near the ocean to take advantage of the combined healing benefits of sunlight and seawater along with dialysis treatments. Health Solutions, Inc. in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a dialysis center located on a Caribbean island and psoriasis sufferers can take advantage of all of these treatments at the same time. Or head directly to the core of Sun and Sea Psoriasis Treatment by going to the Dead Sea in Israel! There are Dead Sea Resorts that cater specifically to psoriasis patients because so many psoriasis sufferers find relief from the disease at the Dead Sea. But you can also combine this trip with peritoneal dialysis treatments in Israel too. These are some powerful treatments that have helped a variety of psoriasis sufferers overcome their disease.
Or visit this AlivenHealthy link for more information about treatment centers all over the world that offer alternative cures for psoriasis.
In summary, if you’re ready to cure psoriasis, whether you intend to travel or to do it at home, take a multi-pronged approach to the disease starting with diet changes. And don’t stop searching for the cure if you try a couple of alternative treatments that don’t work for you. Be patient and give your initial protocol of treatments at least 2 months. It may take months or even a year of persistence to cure psoriasis permanently. Nonetheless, the treatments that we discuss here at this web site will at least show you that you can have an impact on your disease and find relief without having to take drugs that cause more harm to the body.
Many people feel discouraged when I tell that a permanent cure for psoriasis could take time, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t experience relief and regression from the disease right away. Indeed, give some of the treatments that we talk about here a try and find the ones that cause a noticeable positive change in your psoriasis (including perhaps arthritis symptoms or digestive problems). Give these treatments, particularly the ones mentioned in the introductory paragraphs, time to work and continue experimenting to find additional options to take your healing to the next level using supportive treatments until you find the right combination that works for you.