Fight psoriasis from within
Question: I don't want to leave my house anymore. The skin on my arms and hands is so scaly from psoriasis. I've fought this for 20 years, and none of the treatments have worked. Is there anything left to try?
Dr. Wright: Long-term natural psoriasis therapy requires allergy testing, elimination, and desensitization, and in many cases, improvement of digestive function with hydrochloric acid/pepsin and digestive enzymes. It also requires eliminating all sugar, refined food, and alcohol. I know cutting these things from your diet isn't easy, but having seen some of the devastating social effects psoriasis can have, I'm inclined to believe that giving up that occasional nightcap (or whatever you might be sensitive to) is well worth the sacrifice, considering the trouble it can cause.
There's also a natural formula called Psoriazide Forte that can help ease your symptoms while you're working on your diet and allergies. Psoriazide Forte is a combination of nickel, bromide, and fumaric acid. One 600-milligram tablet per day helps alleviate psoriasis symptoms in the majority of people who try it (although, like nearly any other treatment, it doesn't work for everyone).
You can get Psoriazide Forte from some natural food stores as well as through compounding pharmacies. To locate a compounding pharmacy in your area, contact the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacies at (800) 927-4227 or visit their website, www.iacprx.org.
About the author
Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. has degrees from both Harvard University (cum laude) and the University of Michigan. More than any other doctor, he practically invented the modern science of applied nutritional biochemistry and he has advanced nutritional medicine for nearly three decades.
As of today, Dr. Wright has received over 35,000 patient visits at his now-famous Tahoma Clinic in Washington State.
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