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How to Remedy Psoriasis Naturally

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Jun 26, 2017
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Long sleeves in the summer, expensive skin treatments to no end, and itching all over the place are things of the past. It's time to forget about hiding under hot clothing and relish the attractive, glowing, beautiful skin that you were meant to have.

Organized in a checklist fashion, the remedies presented in this book are easy to understand and follow. The experienced EMT presents two simple lists on how he and many others cleared their skin and made it beautiful. One list heals skin, and the other list causes psoriasis. The tasks are easy, avoid one list, and practice the other.

By reading this book, you will know what to do, and what not to do in order to rid psoriasis away from your body for good. It's time to win your life back once and for all.

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How to Remedy Psoriasis Naturally - Drake Brooks

How to Remedy Psoriasis Naturally

By Drake Brooks EMT

Copyright © 2017 Drake Brooks

Published by Drake Brooks at Smashwords

Disclaimer

This eBook contains information that is intended to help the readers be better informed consumers of health care. It is presented as general information on health. Always consult your doctor for your individual needs.

Before beginning any new exercise program it is recommended that you seek medical advice from your personal physician.

This book is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. The reader should regularly consult a physician in matters relating to his/her health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention. Although the author and publisher have made every effort to ensure that the information in this book was correct at present time, the author and publisher do not assume and hereby disclaim any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.

License Statement

This ebook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to your favorite ebook retailer and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

Contents

Title Page

Disclaimer

Part One: Experience Points

- Words of Wisdom

- Good Things for Granted

- Bad Habits

- Tipping the Scales

- Frantic Research

- What They Say

- Appointment One

- Appointment Two

- Appointment Three

- Act of Redemption

- Quick Synopsis

- Hand Full of People

- Fix a Problem

- What is the Problem?

- What is causing the Problem?

- What is the solution to the Problem?

- Toxin Release Mechanisms

- Note on Inflammation

Part Two: The DO List

- Be Advised

- Sunlight:

- Cardio:

- Lecithin:

- 80/20 Rule:

- Zen Fusion:

- Vitamin E:

- The Secret Law:

- Fish oil:

- Good Fats:

- Coconut Oil:

- Garlic:

- Probiotics:

-Olive Leaf Extract:

- Colon Clense:

- Vitamin C:

- Pure Water:

- Meditation:

- Grounding:

- Grounding:

- Castor Oil:

- OPC Grape Extract:

-Turmeric:

- Elm Bark:

- Saffron Tea:

- Glyco-Thymoline

- Ocean Water and Epsom Salt

- Vitamin B Complex

Part Three: The Don’t List

- Stay True

- Beware Binge Eating

- Sugar:

- A.G.E:

- NightShades:

- Alcohol:

- Substance Abuse:

- White Flower:

- Bad Oils:

- Pork:

- Red Meat:

- Gluten:

- Stress:

- Shellfish:

- Dairy:

- Coffee:

- Citrus:

- Salt:

- Binge Eating:

Part Four: The Conclusion

License Notes

References

Part I: Experience Points

Words of Wisdom

Hear the words of wisdom and consider the precept crucial. Think of the gravity of the situation and heed every word. Wisdom shouldn’t be taken lightly especially if you were the one seeking it in the first place. Wisdom is knowledge gained though either personal experience or passed on by the experience of others. It is the sole essence of making right choices that affects everything we do. These are my words of wisdom.

We Often Take Good Things for Granted Until It’s Lost

Me, like some people, good times are not truly appreciated until taken away. Take college life for example, nothing but freedom and adventures.

College was the meeting grounds for men and women to meet; whether on campus or at a party. So I made sure I looked slim by exercising and only drinking diet sodas and light beer.

I maintained an appealing masculine figure and showed it off whenever I could.

My skin always received compliments especially after returning from the beach. It was light gold in most cases but because I didn’t work hard for it, I wasn’t as proud of my skin as I was of my toned muscles. Girls would squeeze my arms more often than compliment my skin, so of course the muscles were more important.

Every weekend was a party. And every weekend we did what most college gents would do, go out and mingle. We were hansom bachelors looking for good times. My good skin and toned body demanded attention from girls. Whether they liked me or not they always had to look whenever I entered a room. My confidence soared because of this, and because my confidence was high, my sex appeal was high.

Bad Habits Will Take Their Toll Sooner or Later

Some days I would wake up hung over and extremely thirsty due to drinking and smoking all night. When there was no drinking water, I would drink from the tap in the kitchen. Sometimes there would be no ice and I would crave something cold. I would go to the soda machine downstairs and get a drink. The soda machine was always out of water so instead I would settle for a soda. But I wanted to keep my six pack abs so I wouldn’t get just any soda, I would get a diet soda. Soon the addiction rolled in. Whenever thirsty, I would crave the nice cold crisp taste of a non fat soda, and take 50 cents to the soda machine down stairs.

Tipping the Scales

I was a part time server and a full time student. My roommate lost his job and moved out of our apartment. Stressful times followed after that. I worked extra shifts at my job while studying for finals. To compensate my budget, I would buy cheap, less nutritional foods.

One day a friend asked me to join him on a wild mushroom hunt. I did. I even recommended a mushroom field not too far away from where we lived. Having some experience with spotting mushrooms, I found the only one that day. It was medium size, hardly worth my time, so I gave the mushroom to my friend.

After getting home and out of the shower, I noticed what seemed to be bite marks on both my legs and my right arm. The telltale tiny holes and the accompanied raised red bumps in the skin. I figured it was a spider or an insect of some sort. I ignored it until the next day. The anomaly remained the same even after three days had passed. Then it began to look more and more like a rash everyday thereafter.

Frantic Research

I didn’t have money to go to the doctor or want to. Even though I knew I probably should have. Here are some key words I used while scouring documents and images on the internet.

- Rash

- Spider Bites

- Bite Marks

- Skin Rash

- Strange Rash

- Blemish

- Bumps

- Red Bumps

- Red Rash

- Sudden Rash

The images I kept stumbling upon were of psoriasis and emphysema. The pictures or the descriptions weren’t really comparable to my skin at first but the more I kept comparing the images to my skin the more it seemed to be one in the same. All the images started to make me itch, especially the rashes. I decided to give the research a rest for that day, and I settled on three possibilities.

1. Some strange spiders or insects had bitten me in the mushroom field and infected my skin with some type of rash. Not psoriasis.

2. I’ve had psoriasis for a while and didn’t ever know it. I acquired it by some other means in the past, probably by accumulating stress and bad habits. My stress level was finally showing up on my skin. I was never bit.

3. The bites initiated my dormant psoriasis to flare up. When I was bit, the

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