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What Is Psoriasis Exactly? — 8 Comments

    • Thanks for visiting my site and for your comments Gary. I have had Psoriasis ever since I can remember, my mother had it until she passed away at the age of 88. I am now 72 and was still suffering from it till about a year ago when I learned about this method of Holistic approach. Till then, I could keep it under control a little bit with medicines, it required being extremely clean plus keeping the affected places covered with various creams I am listing in my blog, many I could not use for very long because of the terrible side effects. So yes, now I am totally free of it, and happy.

      Best wishes,


    • Thanks for your comments Taetske. You are totally right, as my wife always says: “You are what you eat!”. We are normally quite good with our diet, and when we decide to be very good, which happens usually at the beginning of spring, I started to notice that my Psoriasis reduced quite significantly, so I began to find out more about it and came across this Holistic approach. As I am totally against medication like you are, I decided to give it a go and saw the results I was getting. My wife was even surprised. So out the window went my medication, and I never looked back since.

      Of course, as you are also a great believer of treating your body the natural way, and by sharing your own experience on your excellent blog, you understand why I am trying to help other Psoriasis sufferers.

      I wish you the very best of health Taetske,


  1. John,
    What a great post to help folks understand just Exactly What Is Psoriasis?..

    I can recall kids back in the 60’s that I went to school with having it. They naturally got the torment from the bullies, while having to live with a simple skin condition that frieghtens the unknowing.

    I appreciate holistic approaches to healing in general as long as they do work well.
    Thanks for this great read, all my best,


    • Thanks for sharing your experience Gary. I also remember that as a kid it was a shameful condition that was thought to be contagious, therefore we had to hide it. The positive thing with the holistic or natural approach is that it has no side effects and if it doesn’t work for you, then too bad, you just have to get back to the conventional treatments, and suffer the inevitable side effects. But if it does work for you, then, you will never regret having given it a try.

  2. What a great website!

    You have given me lots of information about something I have just encountered with one of my grandchildren.

    I did not know anything about this skin condition before, but your website has been extremely helpful.

    Thank you!

    Your website is very professional looking and instills confidence in me as a visitor.

    Thanks, again.


    • Thanks for visiting my website Susan. I hope that it will help you understand your grandchild’s skin condition and guide you towards the right solution, which is of course the natural way, while it is still early on as it can become very annoying and stressful.

      I will be posting more information regularly, so I hope that you will bookmark this site so that you can learn more about Psoriasis.

      Best wishes,


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