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regading my earlier question earlier about psoriasis does any one get it internally wot are the symptoms?

Findings on physical examination depend on the type of psoriasis.

Plaque psoriasis is characterized by raised inflamed lesions covered with a silvery white scale. The scale may be scraped away to reveal inflamed skin beneath. This is most common on the extensor surfaces of the knees, elbows, scalp, and trunk.
Guttate psoriasis presents as small red dots of psoriasis that usually appear on the trunk, arms, and legs; the lesions may have some scale. It frequently appears suddenly after an upper respiratory infection (URI).
Inverse psoriasis occurs on the flexural surfaces, armpit, groin, under the breast, and in the skin folds and is characterized by smooth, inflamed lesions without scaling.
Pustular psoriasis presents as sterile pustules appearing on the hands and feet or, at times, diffusely, and may cycle through erythema, pustules, and scaling.
Erythrodermic psoriasis presents as generalized erythema, pain, itching, and fine scaling.
Scalp psoriasis affects approximately 50% of patients, presenting as erythematous raised plaques with silvery white scales on the scalp.
Nail psoriasis may cause pits on the nails, which may develop yellowish color and become thickened. Nails may separate from the nail bed.
Psoriatic arthritis affects approximately 10% of those with skin symptoms. The arthritis is usually in the hands, feet, and, at times, in larger joints. It produces stiffness, pain, and progressive joint damage.
Oral psoriasis may present with whitish lesions on the oral mucosa, which may appear to change in severity from day to day. It may also present as severe cheilosis with extension onto the surrounding skin, crossing the vermillion border.

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The Worst Psoriasis I’ve Seen

This is the worst psoriasis I’ve seen and it’s amazing! Wife explains how patient got his health back with no steroids, phototherapy, injections, methotrexate, cyclosporin, etc.

The common symptoms of psoriasis are thick, red patches of skin (plaques) and dry, silvery scales. These may appear on the face, scalp, elbows, knees, palms and soles of the feet. There may also be discoloration and changes in shape of fingernails and toenails.

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What are some cures for psoriasis? What causes it?

Ben Franklin had psoriasis, and I am curious what he might have done in his time to relieve his symptoms (including boils) or cure the desease.

Remove the Cause of Your Psoriasis Symptoms – You cannot change your genes but you can change how they react
Your Psoriasis Itch and Rash, Psoriatic Arthritis, will stop once you understand what causes Psoriasis and follow the simple guidelines. Most processed foods, soft drinks, etc. can affect you. You have to learn to avoid the foods that affect you – It’s all about learning to eat healthily.

I had suffered with Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis for many years but seeing medical practitioners and naturopaths had not helped so I set out to help myself. Removing all gluten products from my diet was the first step I took.
My health showed signs of improvement but I was still getting psoriasis and arthritis (itch, skin rash and joint swelling and pain).

The next step was to go on a diet that was natural, avoiding all processed foods ie. I ate only meat, fish, vegetables, fruits and drank water. Only when I strictly adhered to this diet did my psoriasis clear up. It became quite obvious that processed foods were somehow responsible.

After my psoriasis had completely cleared for several weeks I introduced foods that were processed. Soft drinks and fruit juices were added first and after each challenge my psoriasis flared up again. After stopping the intake and going back on the natural diet (meat, fish, vegetables, fruit and water) my psoriasis again cleared up.

The most common additives I found in the soft drinks were citric acid or food acid (330 food additive code) and ascorbic acid (300) vitamin C. Interestingly, my psoriasis first flared up when I was taking calcium ascorbate (vitamin C) as a vitamin supplement to aid my recovery from an accident (1986).

My next step was obvious, not wanting to be a guinea pig but needing to know the answer, I stuck to natural foods until my psoriasis had cleared again Psoriasis free, I tried adding some calcium ascorbate and was covered in psoriasis in a very short time.

After repeating the clearing program and then rechallenging myself with Calcium Ascorbate Vitamin C, Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C and Citric Acid (food acid) I began to understand what was happening. Over the next 10 years of researching and experimenting I realised that I had found another answer to my problems. Calcium Protease


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