Well, some good news–finally! My inner thigh “rash” has gone through a noticeable change. I kept wondering why my entire body was almost free from psoriasis except these few small areas. And they were stubbornly hanging on. And they felt hot (not itchy). And the spots were raised and red. Continue reading “Big Improvement–Read this!(BLOG #22)”
I get quite a few letters from psoriasis sufferers who are starting the Protocol. Some are desperate. Some are worried. Some are afraid. They want advice.
This got me thinking about three very important parts of the protocol that don’t involve the actual 4 parts.
Remember last week’s photo? Dated August 21, 2014? My skin was covered with masses of bright red spots and plaques? Diagnosis=severe psoriasis.
This drawing was made 3 weeks plus 2 days later–using the high dosage D3 and k2mk7. Massive improvement. I had no idea how much my life was about to change…. Continue reading “Gratitude Heals the Mind (BLOG #9)”
My apologies for being a bit late with the Blog this week but I was locked out of Microsoft Word (where my book resides) so I couldn’t record the audio. This happened because I finally took the plunge and got a new (for me) I-Mac computer. It’s actually previously owned but sweet it is. And boy is it F-A-S-T!!!! Yikes.
I’ve been noticing how many people, with psoriasis, Continue reading “An Exciting Week! (BLOG #4)”
“I continue to feel blessed. If I can do this, anyone else can do it.”
J’s ‘Becoming Psoriasis Free’ Diary Notes
October 2018: I feel real angry that I took a drug that caused this psoriasis flare. And it was a doctor that prescribed it.
I feel helpless. I’m depressed and suffer from anxiety. But I also have a wonderful husband, Tim, who supports me. And a team of co-workers educated in human services who understand what I’m going through. They look at my arms and legs and can see the changes from week to week.
They cheer me on and continue to support me. I couldn’t do this without them or Tim.
During this journey I cried and asked Tim to shoot me. His response was Continue reading “J’s AMAZING DIARY OF HEALING”
A Few Words from Charlie
Well I thought I would chime in and say that I am very happy that the Protocol (the one Dak and myself have come to be so dependent on) works. Now in saying that I also feel a bit guilty that I have not participated as much as I probably should have– to help Dak answer questions about this treatment, (remember Treatment, not a cure) because if you stop using it for too long Continue reading “A Few Thoughts From Charlie”
Only two countries in the world allow advertising (TV and magazine) for prescription medications–the United States and New Zealand (although the American Medical Association has recently voted to call for a ban on this very lucrative type of advertising).
The reason this advertising is problematic is that people are taking the word of paid actors over the advise of their doctor. Continue reading “Prescription Drug Advertising”
Sometimes just taking a risk is worth it!
I was feeling a bit blue the other night and wondering how to get this information about our protocol out to more people. Maybe it was the “blues” that made me remember one of our heroes in this fight against psoriasis–Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleu, a Canadian naturopath who has been promoting the use of the vitamins K2 and D3 (for osteoporosis).
We had often Continue reading “Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleu”
My friend, George, cut out an article from a small newspaper. I just had time to give it a glance but was delighted to see that a Vancouver based filmmaker (a woman) had done a 10 minute documentary on psoriasis called the “Invisible Man”. Free for everyone to watch. Doesn’t Continue reading “DOCUMENTARY OR DECEPTION!!!”