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Hello!

I am going to put together everything I have learned about Psoriatic Arthritis and its treatment as a resource for myself, and I figured I would do it here for the sake of anyone else who might be so blessed as to have this disease. I will word the post for newbies who might come.

The treatment for psoriasis would be the same.

It turns out that the numerous symptoms I have had for the last ten years have all been part and parcel of one disease, psoriatic arthritis.   It is good to know that; it makes me feel better not being just one pathetic disease magnet.

The symptoms I have had which are typical (though you may have had others):

Psoriasis (flaking off of scaly patches of excess skin with redness, dryness and itching)
Generalized stiffness and weakness
Acidity (high uric acid levels in blood leading to acid urine)
Bladder inflammation
Joint and back pain
Thick, distorted nails
Horrific leg and foot cramps which draw my limbs out of shape


The Cause of it all:

Leaky gut syndrome, brought on by candida, lectins and bacteria, which leads to particles and critters getting into the blood stream which don't belong there, causing food allergies and other sensitivities and inflammation in an attempt to clean it up. It also leads to congestion of the liver in the attempt to clean the blood.

The treatment:

1) Learn what foods you should eat, using either Blood Type or Genotype information as taught in other threads in this forum. Some foods damage your gut; others are healing. Sufferers should get off all grains- when I finally listened to the homeopath on this, I had a huge improvement.

Other foods you may be allergic to, even if they are on your compliant foods list. This is likely the case for psoriasis sufferers, and allergins can cause insane itching. (You can test a food by taking your pulse for one minute before eating it, and then 10, 20 and 30 minutes after. If it goes up 5 or more beats in a minute, you have some allergy. The more beats, the more I itch!)

Make sure none of your supplements have allergins in them- it has to specifically say so! (This product contains no corn, wheat, blah blah blah) Many supplements, like ascorbic acid, or ingredients or fillers come from corn, for example, but they don't say corn. In time, after healing, sensitivity will decrease and you will be able to add some foods back into your diet.

You may also be allergic to the sun. Are the areas that are exposed to the sun all inflamed compared to covered areas?

2) Heal the leaky gut. Use the Deflect, Intrinsa and Polyflora supplements for sale on this website that are right for your blood type. This, along with diet, will stop further mobbing of your bloodstream by invaders from your intestines and things will begin to settle down.

3) Try N-Acetyl Cysteine from the health food store for inflammation. It improved things overnight for me!

4) See a homeopathic physician (not the same as a naturopath or herbologist) to have your constitutional remedy chosen. Insist on LOW POTENCIES only, as high potencies can cause you to get worse before you get better. I would start with a 6c and slowly ascend over time to 12c, 30c, 200c. Warning: Some homeopaths like to prescribe high potencies (like 1m, 10m), and this is not good with skin disorders!

5) If you deal with horrific cramping/drawing symptoms, make sure you are getting enough minerals in your diet (veggies) or supplements. Magnesium is especially needed, but up to bowel tolerance (not enough to cause diarrhea). Beyond that, if you still have the problem, you can get some Hyland's Leg Cramps homeopathic combination. The Cinchona (quinine) in it can be helpful- or the other ingredients.

6) If you have or have had candida, avoid all carbs.

7) Topical treatments are suppressive (keeping the disease inside your body rather than allowing it out through the skin) but you can use olive oil to sooth the dryness.

I will add to this post as things come to my mind.


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Amazone and everyone, if you have things to add, please do! I am updating the first post as my brain gets in gear.



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Thanks, Kescah, for that summary.

I have learned about psoriatic arthritis in my naturopathic studies. It is good to hear from someone who knows it 'from the inside'. My homeopathic studies start in July - I will pay particular attention now! I am excited about being able to draw on herbalism, dietary knowledge (BTD/GTD, of course), homeopathy, and Bach flowers all as part of my arsenal. I don't start the clinical part of my course until the beginning of next year, but it will be useful to have your actual case history in mind.


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Hi Snazzyshazz,

I remember chatting with you when I was in Hawaii- that is when my psoriasis went from being a three inch patch on my hand/wrist to a huge disaster all over my arms. I have no idea what brought that on; I can say it was not stress in that setting.

I'm glad to hear your studies are coming along! I'm also happy to be a case study for you. I know it helps to solidify a disease or syndrome in your mind when you have a particular patient (or know one) with the problem. Since PsA is only present in just a small percentage of psoriasis patients, it would be easy to be confuddled about what is going on.

My symptom picture has been going on for about ten years, but nobody had it figured out as one disorder. With my psoriasis patches being small, nobody thought much about them when I came in complaining of "bladder pain" or "leg cramps". I would take their advice and then have to go farther, doing research. I called back, saying guess what, my urine is very acidic. I would get some advice, take it and then call back again and they would say... (and this was my very great, highly trusted naturopath) "Well, just test your saliva instead." Like it didn't matter that my urine was pH 5.5 and burning my urethra up. With the leg cramps (insanely excruciating drawing pains, pulling my foot out of shape) it was just "You need a good bone supplement." True, but I have had to constantly juggle which minerals were off balance in the supplement- take some extra magnesium, drop the calcium and potassium... add back in some calcium a week later. All trial and error, and sometimes when I would try adding some calcium back in, it would make it worse! Finally I have learned that other PsA patients have the same problem. And I have hope that once I heal my gut and clean out my blood and liver, that will stop.

The nice thing about homeopathy is that you don't need a diagnosis to help. You treat the whole person with the symptoms presenting. At one time I could not get out of a chair or bed without help. At another time I could not lift so much as a book due to pain in the ball of my thumb (sharp, gout-like pain). But the remedies took care of those things, and I could keep going. Now it is mainly the skin, and oh boy, the bladder inflammation is back. But I know what to take.

I keep finding more foods I can eat, which is nice. Once I dropped grains under orders, I cleared up to where I could tell when a food bothered me if I ate just one food at a time. Now I can enjoy eating again as long as I leave those allergins out. And my list of good foods is three times as long as my allergins.

Nice to hear from you!




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ginger inhibits the cox2 enzyme


Thanks! I got some ginger tea just to add a diamond to my diet. It was hard to find some without a corn product, though, even in a health food store. But I did!

Now, do I want to inhibit my cox2 enzymes or not?


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Thanks. I'm drinking some as we speak.


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Hi kescah,
I feel very identificated with your history, in my case:

Skin problems (Seborreic dermatitis)
Leaky gut syndrome
White tongue
Trying diferent diets, not knowing what to eat. It's a difficult path.

Now at least BTD helps my gut and I've found some natural remedy to keep my skin on good health (raw honey and coconut oil, http://rosacea-support.org/community/blog/Auburn/how_i_successfully_treated_my_seb_derm_b-6.html), but I'm fighting yet.
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Hi kescah,
I feel very identificated with your history, in my case:

Skin problems (Seborreic dermatitis)
Leaky gut syndrome
White tongue
Trying diferent diets, not knowing what to eat. It's a difficult path.

Now at least BTD helps my gut and I've found some natural remedy to keep my skin on good health (raw honey and coconut oil, http://rosacea-support.org/community/blog/Auburn/how_i_successfully_treated_my_seb_derm_b-6.html), but I'm fighting yet.


I'm so glad to hear that you are getting some of it solved. Will healing the gut help your skin? I know nothing about your dermatitis.



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Will healing the gut help your skin?

Healing the gut will provide benefits of less possible "toxins" through the intestine / blood barrier, so less toxins needing to be filtered out or otherwise removed from the body.  Since the skin is a major pathway for toxins to be discharged from the body, this will remove stress from it, as well as the liver / kidneys.

In short, healing the gut will help the entire body, including the skin.


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I'm so glad to hear that you are getting some of it solved. Will healing the gut help your skin? I know nothing about your dermatitis.



I'm healing, but not healed  
Some steps forward, some steps back
Maybe this is a way of life
I think stress plays a big role too
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I got some ginger tea just to add a diamond to my diet. It was hard to find some without a corn product, though, even in a health food store. But I did!

Now, do I want to inhibit my cox2 enzymes or not?


I love ginger tea made from fresh ginger, sliced finely (only 4-5 slices), steeped in near boiling water. I add a bit of honey to sweeten. This is especially good if I get a cold. The cox2 enzymes are involved in inflammation, so ginger works well as an anti-inflammatory.


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This article has answered a lot of question I have had over the yrs 20+.I have psorisis in 3 locations on my body I have been treating with a medication for yrs. It has become difficult to obtain the medicine recently. I began to diplay arthritis symptoms. In December I required assistance raising from bed /chair, walking very short distance. Had to give up my 2nd job. I expreinced severe cramps in all my limbs even my upper arms and thighs. My sister told me about the BTD almost 2 months  and I  have seen  changes major. They Dr wanted to do a Total Knee Replacement on my right knee. I declined because I felt no more cramps and very little knee distress after 10 wks on the BTD. This is my answer. I am testing different foods now if a breakout occur I will eliminate that food from my diet. Calicum is the worst right now and a Dr told e not to take many yrs ago but not because of psorisis.I am So grateful for BTD.


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NIce to hear from you. I also could not get out of bed or a chair without help a number of years ago, and thought I might have rheumatoid arthritis, but tests showed that it was not that- typical for PsA. Looks like it, but ain't. I was able to get rid of the arthritis symptoms with homeopathy, but didn't treat my "eczema" because I was treating other things, and you can't take too many homeopathics at once.

I had small patches of eczema, we thought, back then, but it later began to look more like psoriasis (which I had on a pinky finger since childhood). Then it spread big-time. Homeopathy is helping, but I must eat right along with it, and am getting to work with supplements as soon as they arrive. Today, maybe???

Thanks for the info, Snazzy!

Jaff, yes. Stress is a killer. I think it has played a big role in mine.


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I can no longer edit the first post in this thread, but an important link for many is this one that shows many products that are made from corn and snuck into many foods. Make sure your supplements say No Corn. I might have surgery one of these days and learned that dextrose (IV fluid) is from corn! Beware, if you are allergic to corn, which I suspect all psoriasis patients are.

http://www.cornallergens.com/list/corn-allergen-list.php


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In the last two days I have had amazing healing. What is different? I started eating genoharmonic foods, for one thing, and the other is that I got on a liver formula (which includes duodenal tissue !!!) at the same time. I've also stayed off my allergins for some time now, a few weeks except for the foods I am trying out, a little here and a little there.

Today I received my supplements (Deflect A, Intrinsa and Polyflora A). I'm already 80% better, but these should eventually get me to where I am not allergic to so many things. I'm so happy!

Thanks Dr. D. & all of you who have helped.


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I'm going to give a try to Kombucha, too. I have great hope in it, to improve my flora and gut
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great job!!


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I have just mentioned this in a thread about my son, but I have learned some things today that I want to share also on this thread. So amazing.

Psoriatic arthritis comes with lots of uric acid in the blood, and the crystals it forms in joints cause terrible pain, like gout. It is wrongly diagnosed as gout at times, especially if the psoriatic lesions have not yet formed on the skin, or the doctor is not yet aware of them.

My symptoms have included severe bladder burning and burning with urnination, like an infection- but not; high anxiety and tetany, severe drawing pains in the legs and feet; allergies and skin lesions. All are related to acidity.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=panic-attacks-as-ph-problem

http://www.relfe.com/health_natural/pH_human_body_balance_health_level_1.html

And here is a list of causes of tetany (severe cramps):

http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/sym/tetany.htm

Interestingly, my current homeopathic remedy (specific for psoriasis of the forearms) is the same remedy people take to remove lactic acid from muscles after a heavy workout. It is ... drumroll ... Rhus Toxicodendron, or poison oak. In the crude form,  it causes awful itching, and in the homeopathic form, it helps to alleviate it. (If you try this remedy for itching, be sure to take a low potency such as a 6C. A high potency can make you worse before better!)

I am interested, now, in learning how leaky gut might be related to acidity. Anyone?




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I'll answer that question after another 24 hours of research.  

The acid is made by the out-of-control candida.

Though an alkaline diet is good for the blood and organs, you don't want to overly neutralize the stomach/intestinal acids. Candida loves an alkaline environment in the gut and even creates one. Acid-loving bacteria (which is what acidophilus literally means) are needed to keep the intestines slightly acid.

I don't think the suggestions some make to use baking soda in water are good for anyone with candida problems.

Yet, cancer grows in acidity, so now that is another balancing act. One must keep the blood slightly alkaline, the gut slightly acid, and still not tempt cancer cells to grow. I know, I know. Eat compliant foods.  


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I know you regulars here know all this, but I am just getting it together in one thread for people who come to learn.

I began to have an itch attack last night that went on for hours. I was devastated because it was my second such episode after pau d' arco tea. I was puzzled, too, because the tea did not raise my pulse rate, which my allergins do. So I had to put on my thinking cap and my Oxford-sort-of garments and do some additional research.

As it turned out, the itch was not an allergy to pau d' arco . It was candida die-off, meaning that my efforts were really really successful, too successful, even. I did some research on how to help that situation, and as expected, you cut back on the killing aspect, but to relieve the itch I tried another suggestion--I took molybdenum. It worked almost instantly!

Treating Candida die-off: http://www.thecandidadiet.com/candida-die-off.htm

Don't be afraid of killing off the candida and exposing metals such as mercury to the body--if you can get to a homeopath. The homeopath can pick a remedy based on your metal-induced symptoms to help get them out of your body.

The only problem with the molybdenum is that it turns the candida die-off toxins into acetic acid--and my bloodstream is already far too acidic. My urine is usually 5.0, as low as the test paper goes.

Any ideas on how to alkalinize my system faster without alkalinizing my digestive tract? (Candida thrives in an alkaline environment, and the GI tract is supposed to be slightly acidic.) I am eating compliently and alkalinizingly. I could take baking soda at bedtime, but I do have to watch my mineral balance carefully for fear of horrific cramps. I suppose I could add that in and start working with that. The alkalinity does not last long, however, and baking soda affects the ablility to digest food and supplements.

I've gotten my minerals pretty well under control up to now. I finally figured out that lemon and lime water has so many minerals (thanks to my hubby's research) that I must take magnesium with them to keep the balance.

Since it is the candida that is making all this acid, I suppose time will help as I kill it off and don't feed it anymore.

Between my Swami compliance, my allergins and avoiding carbs to not-feed-candida, my diet is pretty restricted.   I worry about getting enough nutrition. But it will change as I get more well. Still, I am looking for that great alkalinzer from heaven right now.


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I only read the first half of your opening.. Until leg cramps..

Leg cramps is a whole different issue and little understood by medicine..

I had tested many varieties of meds and foods, and who knows what else in form of medical treatments... In the end the only item worth while.----  Text specifics eliminated by me, as not BTD..--- The issues of damage from cramps is so much overlooked that all else pales by example.  I benefited greatly by finding what does work... It is effective. Period.  It prevents cramps and protects against further damage.

And I am near certain that psoriasis would get put in check if not healed completely.  ABO Foods are a must, but alone they are not enough. And sups and pills are not enough, or no one would suffer endlessly. Mental issues often come from having tried everything and nothing works.  I am happy I 'cured' my ills.  



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not true Goldie, sorry it's known that leg cramps in movements have something to do with calcium lacks, sometimes even potassium, and cramps in calmness are due to magnesium lacks... it is that simple... ...

and kescah take care not hoppeling into a hoax ... uric acidity is always due to the intake of foods you consume daily and will change nearly all 2 hours...so what..all those lackmuspaper proofs are nothing but hoax to sell something to really scared peeps ,) ...woohooo...
btw.. would merely take supps solvable in the small intestines instead of stomach, so you're sure that it will work, especially for As ...

and a so called imbalance in tissue acidity only is related to mineral absorbtion,
blood specifique is related to other issues and if ther's any change of only 0,0 blas' you'll be gone....
btw overloads in heavy metals etc are only removable by fatty acids...entr-autre if not it still will stay into your fatcells   and no homeopathic treatment is able to desolve... sorry this isn't true nor mentioned in literature... I often think that some of us therapsists are true storytellers and model truth due to their own perception ....

as once said and mentioned; to re-read and getting informed about our own psyche patterns: go to www.the enneagramistitute.org and the book called *wisdom of the enneagram is nothing but an eye-opener*....


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