Psoriasis, a disease characterized by red patches on the skin, often covered with silvery scales, is more a cosmetically than physically debilitating disease. Nonetheless, it’s a serious problem for those who suffer from it – and even more serious for those who take prescription steroids to alleviate it.
Steroid therapy can cause major nutrient losses of calcium and phosphorus, contribute to adrenal exhaustion, weaken the immune system, and promote depression, among other undesirable side effects. But there are alternatives, and I’d recommend trying them before resorting to prescription drugs.
Daily topical applications of vitamins A and D oils have improved the condition of psoriasis sufferers dramatically; as has increased protein intake and the following supplement regimen:
•      A high-potency multiple vitamin with chelated minerals, a.m. and p.m.
•      Vitamin C, 1,000 mg., with bioflavonoids, rutin, hesperidins, and rose hips, 2-4 times daily.
•      High-potency chelated multiple mineral tablets, a.m. and p.m.
•      Vitamin A (water soluble), 10,000 Ш, 3 times daily for 5 days a week.
•      Vitamin В complex, 100 mg. (time release), a.m. and p.m.
•      Vitamin E (dry form), 100-400 IU, 3 times daily
•      Lecithin capsules, three, 3 times daily

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