The quality of the skin (its glow, shine, radiance) reflects the state of the internal organs. The skin is specifically representative of the condition of the liver. Acne, rashes, spots, etc. are all indicative of challenges of the liver. The skin disease psoriasis is connected with liver dysfunction and enzyme deficiencies - especially a lipase deficiency.

To heal psoriasis, one needs to daily select an appropriate type of fat (one which digests well). Fats that are easier on the digestion include: fresh young coconuts, coconut oil, and flax seed oil. One must ease into heavier dosages of fat in the diet as a weak liver (typical in those who have psoriasis) can be challenged by an excessive fat intake - even if raw.

To overcome psoriasis, all cooked fats, especially egg and milk products (cheese, milk) should be avoided.

For those with psoriasis, 6-10 colon irrigations should be undertaken. After two months of this treatment, one should fast on water for 3 days, then conduct a gall bladder flush (drink 8 ounces of stone-crushed cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil followed by 8 ounces of freshly-squeezed lemon juice) (see Lesson 10: Detoxification). This will help flush the liver and gall bladder.

Rub avocado, extra-virgin cold-pressed olive oil, almond oil, or fresh aloe vera directly into the affected skin. Get the Sun shining directly on to the affected area. Sunlight will accelerate the healing process.

Regularly ingesting probiotic/soil-organism whole-food "supplements", such as Nature's First Food will be greatly beneficial to psoriasis sufferers. To find out more about probiotic/soil-organism products, please contact Nature's First Law at 888-RAW-FOOD.

Natural Treatments For Psoriasis

Natural Treatments For Psoriasis

Do You Suffer From the Itching and Scaling of Psoriasis? Or the Chronic Agony of Psoriatic Arthritis? If so you are not ALONE! A whopping three percent of the world’s populations suffer from either condition! An incredible 56 million working hours are lost every year by psoriasis sufferers according to the National Psoriasis Foundation.

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