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I found this video on YouTube and thought you might find it interesting to list the symptoms for psoriasis and come up with a possible remedy. 

You may also use the personality of this woman, her presentation, the use of signs, her concern about using soap, and her plea for money. You will notice those inflicted with disease consider it 'severe'. 

SUBJECT #1 : FEMALE: Age 44



SmackCook  January 29, 2009 — I set up a paypal account for donations. My email is smackcook@cox.net. Some of the money will go towards the purchase of DooGro and Dove products to be given to people in need. I deeply appreciate all donations and God Bless. After 44 years of suffering with severe scalp psoriasis and no results from doctors, I've found my own natural cure. This cure really works with immediate results.I've had ultraviolet radiation treatment, steroid cream treatments, tar treatments and nothing works like this $10 drug store cosmetic hair oil. (I am not affiliated in any way with PROCTER & GAMBLE or Dove soap company or Nature's protein Inc.)

Doo Gro | I have been searching for the ingredients list for this product. I guess I will have to go to the store to find it, because it is not online. However, there are rave reviews everywhere to purchase this product for hair growth to African women. 

To get us started, she is right about the general symptoms.

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition producing patches of silvery scales. Underneath the dry scales lies sensitive pinkish red layers of skin.  These patches may appear on the scalp, knees, elbows, buttocks, and back; sometimes the armpits, genitals, eyebrows, navel, nails, or other dermis. 

Do you think this woman is suppressing her symptoms by using this product? Is it okay to put on vitamins, oils, herbs or other topical treatments to soothe the skin?

Below is a general list of remedies typically used to treat psoriasis. However, we all know that each person needs to be evaluated as an individual case to determine physical, mental and emotional characteristics. 

Arsenicum album: People likely to respond to this remedy usually are anxious, restless, and compulsively neat and orderly. They are often deeply chilly, experience burning pains with many physical complaints, and become exhausted easily. The skin is dry and scaly and may tend to get infected. Scratching can make the itching worse, and applying heat brings relief.

Calcarea carbonica: This remedy is suited to people who are easily fatigued by exertion, sluggish physically, chilly with clammy hands and feet, and often overweight. Skin problems tend to be worse in winter. Typically solid and responsible, these people can be overwhelmed by too much work and stress. Anxiety, claustrophobia, and fear of heights are common. Cravings for sweets and eggs are often also seen when Calcarea is needed.

Graphites: People needing this remedy often have a long-term history of skin disorders. The skin looks tough or leathery skin with cracks and soreness. Itching is often worse from getting warm, and the person may scratch the irritated places till they bleed. Trouble concentrating, especially in the morning, is also often seen when this remedy is needed.

Mercurius solubilis: People who seem introverted and formal—but are very intense internally, with strong emotions and impulses—may benefit from this remedy. They tend to have swollen lymph nodes and moist or greasy-looking skin, and are very sensitive to changes in temperature. The areas affected by psoriasis may become infected easily.

Mezereum: A person who needs this remedy usually is serious, and often feels strong anxiety in the region of the stomach. Scaly plaques may itch intensely, thickening or crusting over if the person scratches them too much. Cold applications relieve the itching (although the person feels generally chilly and improves with warmth). People who need this remedy often have a craving for fat, and feel best in open air.

Petroleum: This remedy is often indicated for people whose physical problems are aggravated by stressful emotional experiences. It is especially suited to individuals with extremely dry skin, and problems that involve the palms and fingertips. The person may feel a cold sensation after scratching, and the skin is easily infected and may look tough and leathery. Itching will be worse at night, and from getting warm in bed. People who need this remedy may also have a tendency toward motion sickness.

Rhus toxicodendron: When this remedy is indicated for a person with psoriasis, the skin eruptions are red and swollen, and often itch intensely. Hot applications or baths will soothe the itching—and also muscle stiffness, toward which these people often have a tendency. The person is restless, and may pace or constantly move around. A craving for cold milk is often seen when a person needs this remedy.

Sepia: This remedy may be helpful to a person who feels dragged out and irritable, often with little enthusiasm for work or family life. The person’s skin may be look dry and stiff. Psoriasis may appear in many places on the body, including the nails and genitals. Signs of hormonal imbalance are often seen (in either sex), and problems with circulation are common. Exercise often helps this person’s energy and mood.

Staphysagria: This remedy may be helpful to individuals whose psoriasis has developed after grief or suppressed emotions. Any part of the body can be involved but the scalp is often affected. People who need this remedy often seem sentimental, meek and quiet, and easily embarrassed — but often have a strong internal anger or deeply-buried hurt.

Sulphur: Intensely burning, itching, inflamed eruptions that are worse from warmth and bathing suggest a need for this remedy. Affected areas often look bright red and irritated, with scaling skin that gets inflamed from scratching. This remedy is sometimes helpful to people who have repeatedly used medications to suppress psoriasis (without success).


We'll be looking for how you observe and select rubrics. There is no right or wrong answer. Just discussion. 


Does everyone use nutritional approach by asking patients to enhance their diet? Nutritional keys: 
Eliminating toxicity like dairy and gluten considered inflammatory
Anti-yeast Protocol: Eliminate sugars from diet
Increase: Omega-3 fish oils, omega-6, oils from nuts and seeds



This video illustrates someone who used an anti-inflammatory diet.



You can see the different types of people with this chronic disease that is lasting for decades. You can see that "embarrassing" is a major emotional response.

It is said that there is no cure. They use steroids and light therapy. Now, there is another treatment. 
SUBJECT #2 : MALE: Video Above


People live with this disease. Hard for people to go out, so they hide. They wonder, "Why Me". It is a non-contagious disease, yet it indicates miasmic propensity.  When will funding go toward homeopathic research? This is where people can find the deepest healing response. 
SUBJECT #3 : MALE: Video Above

Can you hear the desperation in the appeal? Note the location of psoriasis patches.
SUBJECT #4 : Video Above  

 

SUBJECT #5 : FEMALE: African American: Video Above

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