Skin Conditions

Skin Conditions

Skin Conditions

 

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“On this subject especially, I feel your pain! I too have had severe skin conditions and they can be incredibly hard to alleviate and get rid of. If you go to the doctors alot of the time they will just randomly select what your skin condition is with out even doing a biopsy (test) on your skin!


What do I have? Is it Eczema, Prorasis, Scalpal acne or worst? We all know how these skin conditions may not necessarily be life threatening, but can are surely annoying and hard to live with. So how do you go about diagnosing what skin condition you have and where to go from there? Now the bad end of the spectrum is skin parasites, which we will not be covering at this time, but even though those can be tough to eliminate, they can be eliminated with Coconut oil if they are mild and not hardcore parasites.


Step 1: Coconut Oil/Olive Oil/ Tea Tree Oil Test


The best way is to facilitate a “dermatitis test” to figure out how to treat is to first start off by using coconut oil and if that doesn’t work then try olive oil. If Olive oil doesn’t work then try tree oil, in that order. Mild dermatitis usually is treatable by either coconut, olive, or tea tree oil. The reason coconut oil and olive oil are first used is due to these oils being multi purpose, meaning that they can heal the skin, kill bacteria, fungus, mild parasites, and as an added benefit are great for your skin anyways!


Directions: On day one apply coconut oil to the affected skin in the morning and at night, if this further irritates it then discontinue, but if it soothes it from irritation then continue using for an entire week. If coconut oil happens to make your skin condition worse, which sometimes can happen if you already have oily skin then try olive oil briefly to see if that makes any improvements. If so continue on using Olive oil for an entire week. If this irritates the skin or causes more irritation, then the next day (24 hours after) start on tea tree oil. Don’t put tea tree oil directly on the skin instead mix it with lavender oil:
mix equal parts lavender oil and teatree oil and apply to affected skin twice per day. This mix will acts as an astringent to kill bacteria and fungus and calms the skin too. Hopefully this will take care of your dermatitis. Also make sure to take probiotics to help fight off fungus, bacteria, and yeast or in case you have leaky gut syndrome, which also leads to dermatitis. Having healthy gut flora can help repair the tiny gut leaks to prevent further autoimmune dermatitis issues.


Step 2: If the above steps do not work it is possible you may have a very severe skin condition that may need additional methods including the use of honey, cinnamon, clay, as well as zappers. I will be covering this information in upcoming posts and the program on skin conditions.”

 

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