Category Archives: Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a skin autoimmune disease. Although it may travel on the skin, it is really not possible to spread to the eye itself. Psoriasis requires the medium of skin to spread itself across the body.
Psoriasis vulgaris is the most common form of psoriasis.. Plaque psoriasis typically appears as raised areas of inflamed skin covered with silvery white scaly skin. These areas are called plaques.
The outer part of the eye is called the Sclera and is the opaque, fibrous, protective, outer layer of the eye containing collagen and elastic fiber. This is not a medium for which Psoriasis can grow on.
The client is likely to have these great concerns due to the Psoriasis spreading around the eyelid, which is disturbing vision.
Continue with the Psoriasis Frequency sets from the book, and purchase this product from Amazon or similar store:
1 oz Organic Neem Oil.
Apply this oil on an area of skin where Psoriasis is prevalent. Rub the oil in every 3 hours and once before bed. After 7-10 days of treatment examine the “test area” to see if the psoriasis has subsided. If results are positive and normal skin is re-established at the Test Point, then proceed to use the oil in the more critical areas, such as around the eyes.
Note: Although 100% natural, Organic Neem Oil will cause some brief irritation to the eye itself, if the oil is placed too close to the eyelids.
Clients have been following this recipe of Neem Oil combined with Rife treatments to reverse the effect of psoriasis with good success rates.
Complete reversal is rare, as Psoriasis has its roots in Genetic components and will resurface at times when the clients immune function has plummeted.
So you could say the 3rd piece of advice today is to add an immune builder to your medicine cabinet, such as the Chinese herb Astragalus 1000mg or similar.