Psoriasis

Psoriasis (say "suh-RY-uh-sus") is a long-term (chronic) skin problem that causes skin cells to grow too quickly, resulting in thick, white, silvery, or red patches of skin. Normally, skin cells grow gradually and flake off about every 4 weeks. New skin cells grow to replace the outer layers of the skin as they shed. But in psoriasis, new skin cells move rapidly to the surface of the skin in days rather than weeks. They build up and form thick patches called plaques (say "plax").

The patches range in size from small to large.  Having psoriasis can be embarrassing, and many people, especially teens, avoid swimming and other situations where patches can show.

 
Symptoms
-    They most often appear on the knees, elbows, scalp, hands, feet, or lower back.
 
Causes
-    Experts believe that psoriasis occurs when the immune system overreacts, causing inflammation and flaking of skin.
-    Cold and dry climate.
-    Infections.
-    Stress.
-    Dry skin.
-    Medication (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)) and medicines used to treat high blood pressure or certain mental illnesses.
-    Smoking.
 
Suggested Treatment
-    Drink Aloe Vera
-    Take Vitamin A & E
-    Take Omega 3
-    Apply aloe and propolis cream
 
Products
-    Aloe Vera Gel (juice).  90 - 180ml daily, 60ml with each meal.  Anti-inflammatory, pain inhibitor, digestive, nutritive, cell regenerator.
 
-    A-Beta-CarE Softgels.  2 daily, 1 with each meal.  Cell regenerator, inhibits formation of poliamine (toxic amino-acid) from forming.
 
-    Arctic Sea Softgels.   3 daily, 1 with each meal.  Contains polyunsaturated fatty acids and high EPA concentration.  Assists in alleviating psoriasis.
 
-    Aloe Propolis Cream.  Apply daily on affected areas.  Anti-inflammatory and cell regenerator and prevents any infection (natural anti-biotic).
 
 
 
 
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