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Detox to Ward Off Psoriasis — 18 Comments

  1. Hi John, this is a great website! I personally struggle with eczema at times (a close cousin) and I have noticed that when I give my digestive system a “break” it tends to clear up. I love learning more about the connection between food and our body because there is such a strong correlation and have been looking into all of the benefits of bone broth. What do you think about incorporating bone broth into a detox program?

    • Thanks for visiting my website and for your comments Andrea. That’s right, we are what we eat, and unfortunately our “modern” way of living has not been kind to our health, but fortunately, more and more people are waking up to the fact that we need to adopt some sort of diet and I am sure that you know that and have your own healthy lifestyle.

      To answer your question, here is a note that I have picked up on the Internet regarding bone broth: “…bone broth is rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing compounds like collagen, glutamine, glycine and proline. The collagen in bone broth heals your gut lining and reduces intestinal inflammation.”. Thanks for bringing this up as it gives me a topic to discuss here in one of my next articles.

      I wish you the very best of health and I look forward to seeing you here again soon.


  2. Very nice site you have John and love the font used here in the comments box. How did you do that?? Anyway, back to the detox, that is awesome info. I have tried in the past one done with a lemonade detox. It was awesome and you can feel so much better. You are so right when you say it helps overall well being too.

    • Thanks for your comment Merry. That’s right, I like the font as well, I did not chose it, it came automatically with the theme of the site. My wife and myself regularly do detox sessions, it does us so much good, especially after a period of not being too reasonable with our diet. It gets us back on the right track very quickly.

      Best wishes and to your good health Merry.


  3. For me I am a big green tea fan, that is all drink now for my hot drinks. There is nothing quite like a steaming hot cuppa to hydrate the body and relax you. I have never tried herbal tea before to do you have any recommendations on the the best type to start off with.

    Many Thanks

  4. Wow great tips. I’m particularly interested in the second and third ways to detox your body. When you fast, should you fast and only drink water? Or can you drink other things as well? I was thinking of fasting and drinking herbal tea at the same time. Do you think that is a bad idea?

    • Thanks for your comment Ben. There are many ways you can detox and fast. Personally, I do not drink tea, but a lot of pure water and follow a fasting program. It is not wise to carry on a fasting program designed by yourself as you may not be an expert with it, it is most recommended that you follow one that has been designed by professional nutritionists, like those that I have reviewed.

      I wish you a very healthy lifestyle,


  5. This is a website for everyone. I love this topic and my wife will be happy to see it too. My wife uses lemonade for now as detox. I will let her know about your article. Thanks.

    • Thanks for visiting my blog and taking the time to read my article. I wish you and your wife a very healthy life. Let me know if you have any questions.


  6. I will definitely try herbal teas. I actually try losing fat lately and consume caffeine. You said herbal tea should not include caffeine. However should I consume it any other time during the day?

    • Thanks for your comment Furkan. You can drink herbal teas at any time of the day, any time you are thirsty, just like you would drink water, this will eliminate the toxins that are in your body. However, if you plan to lose a bit of weight, you should consider one of the programs I have reviewed, one of which I can highly recommend because I am following it myself: http://curepsoriasisholistically.com/reviews-2/the-psoriasis-revolution Although it is meant to be for Psoriasis sufferers, overweight patients have reported great results for losing weight as well.

      I wish you the very best,


  7. Hi John,

    I am fortunate not to suffer from psoriasis but I wholly endorse your remedies. I am a big juice faster and usually do a 7 day juice fast at the change of each season. Its a great way to detox and heal the body. I love the herbal teas to.

    So many people these day eat badly then wonder why they get sick later in life. I was diagnosed with prostate cancer some years back and healed myself with whole foods. Definitely the way to go for any ailment or disease.

    Cheers, Kev

    • Hi Kev,

      Thanks for your comment and for sharing your own experience which I am sure will be encouraging for many of my readers. You totally have the right idea and if I may ask you a question: have you decided to eat properly before or after you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer? In any case you are doing the right thing, no matter for what health issues that you might have, or not have, a healthy diet program will always be the way forward.

      To your good health,


  8. Hi John,
    Nice article! I am glad I come across your site and see what I am looking for. I must admit I have struggled with Psoriasis quite a few years now. I tried several prescription, but not help.
    Last year, I went to see dermatologist for several times.
    I would like to know if I use your recommended herbal tea every single day will it help?
    Please suggest.

    • Thank you very much for visiting my site and for your comment. Drinking herbal tea alone is not going to get you very far, although it is a good start to clear up your system, to that you should consider adding a program like the one I am using myself, which I am describing at: http://curepsoriasisholistically.com/reviews-2

      Let me know if you have any questions and I wish you a very healthy life.


  9. Good afternoon John,

    I am a big fan of fasting myself. I do a liquid fast which is lots of water, some different teas, vegetable juice made fresh of course and in the winter I make a vegetable soup to then drink the broth.
    In the early 90, I read a book written by Dr. H. Lutzner, Rejuvenate with fasting. After reading it I gave it a try. The first time was not so easy but now, as I know what will happen and how it feels, it is like flipping a switch. I tell myself a couple of days before starting, hey, we are going on a fast. I listen to my body and if it tells me it is tired I have a little siesta. Like that I have fasted more than 40 times for the duration of 9 days and look at me, I am very much alive. 2 Nice side effects I would like to mention is as one has a lot of extra energy one can do big garden jobs. Like that time, while fasting, I was building a pergola for my Mother. The other thing is one sleeps sooooo nice with multi colored dreams.
    Good that you tell people about fasting on your website. We are bombarded with toxins every day, be it through the air we breathe, the water we drink or the men made foods we eat.

    Regards, Taetske

    • Thanks for your comment Taetske, and for sharing your healthy fasting recipe. I agree with you, the first time around, it seems to be impossible to fast, but the more we do it, the easier it gets. My wife and myself have noticed that too, as some times we are “bad” and it gets it out of hand for a while, but when we decide that enough is enough, it is as you say: “like flipping a switch”, and there is nothing we miss at all.

      I look forward to seeing you here Taetske and I wish you a very healthy lifestyle.

      John ツ

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