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Karma
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I've been on the diet for a LONG time, almost 4 years. My fingerprints have improved so much! They are smooth and strong with a FEW lines. But I still get this white puss (small heads) under my skin on my face. The skin on my torso and arms is fine, but not my face...

It looks like acne under the skin, and if I squeeze it white puss comes out. Yuk! Sarsaparilla seems to help a little. Maybe I need to use more, as I heard Dr. D talk about it as a blood purifier that helps the skin.

Sometimes the white heads under the skin become infected and develop into acne. The skin on my face is very much padded like a gatherer, but not my body. My body is thinner and less padded with no white heads and puss (clear skin).

Do I need more sarsaparilla or something else?

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Have you tried the Skin Support Protocol?  You might find something there that helps your condition.

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/26.html


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I wonder if you are exercising a lot as sweat left on the face with the resultant bacteria could be the culprit. A friend of mine who is also a make-up artist started having all of these little bumps under her skin similar to what you are describing. They were on her forehead, cheeks, nose, chin...and so she went to see a friend who owns a spa.

My friend had begun biking a few hours daily, in a large city, (lots of exhaust fumes) as well as doing very intense yoga sessions twice daily. Prior to that, her skin was clear. Her friend told her that with not washing her face for a long time with such sweat on it caused a profusion of bacteria that literally clogged her pores.

She opted for some treatments to have them removed and is looking for something to wipe her face thoroughly throughout the day to get rid of the bacteria until she can get home to shower. Hope this helps!  
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Karma - that is exactly my situation...so I do understand & really feel for you I have cystic breakouts (less now thankfully) but have scarring from earlier ones still... Good to learn that sarsparilla is good for that situation

I read that as we approach/are in menopause, the skin on our faces gets thinner so that is why we get more breakouts there, rather than anywhere else..

I seem to get a few on my butt too & am seriously wondering, since toilet paper is made from soy & corn, that there may be a connection there to using that ?!
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skin?
it's a staph infection:

*burdock
*red clover
*tomato goo (which kills staph)
*8 mg biotin/day
*2 mg folic acid/day

Dr. D       
     
Some thoughts:

1. Solanine is a glycoalkaloid found in all the nightshades.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solanine
http://www.noarthritis.com/research.htm

2. Detoxification is somewhat genetically regulated, so some people do it
better than others.

3. Burning is a common symptom.

4. Solanines are not detoxed all that much in the liver; rather their breakdown
is in the intestinal tract, and in some people this can take quite a while.

5. Perhaps this is why the Deflect helps, but here are some other suggestions

INTRINSA (apparently the butyric acid enhances natural bacterial breakdown enzymes)
ARA (prebiotic, so you get more bacteria)
POLYFLORA (the bacteria themselves)

Perhaps going high up on these temporarily (and keeping some around for the odd mishap) can speed the removal. Also, with time as the gut normalizes, these sensitivities should abate or attenuate.
skin conditions
http://www.visualdxhealth.com/diseaseGroups/itchyNewAdultSkinRashes.htm


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Good info - unfortunately I tried tomato goo & it stings my skin & does more damage tbh & what if you are already avoiding Solanine & glycoalkaloids in nightshades?
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But I never eat even tomatoes now, much less any other nightshades... Haven't done for over a year now
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But I never eat even tomatoes now, much less any other nightshades... Haven't done for over a year now

Is it possible that there is still residual toxin being removed from fatty tissue?  I know all of us are dealing with residual stuff being removed, and the affects during removal are similar to recent exposure because the substance is the same, it has just been "in storage".


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I guess??! Anything is possible
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go see a good esthetician--they will clean the skin well--


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Have you tried the Skin Support Protocol?  You might find something there that helps your condition.

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/26.html


Yes I've been on it for years.
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[quote=1034][/quote]

Is burdock an avoid for O?
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Is burdock an avoid for O?

Per ER4YT, pg. 75, burdock is an avoid for Type O.
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Herbs like alfalfa, aloe, burdock, and corn silk stimulate the immune system and cause blood thinning, a problem for Type O's.



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Dr. D has a wonderful line of skin-care products.  I use the toner, day creme, night creme and eye creme.  They're a lot more than meets the eye.

For what you're describing, I was thinking of the toner:
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GNS03



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Thanks! Is red clover good for O? The skin protocol recommends it for type AB, but Lola says it's good for staph.
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Have you tried the Skin Support Protocol?  You might find something there that helps your condition.

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/26.html
Anyone know if you can get free samples to try & how far they would post them please?

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Is red clover good for O?

My Eat Right book says it is an avoid for O's...  Does this differ from yours?


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Anyone know if you can get free samples to try & how far they would post them please?

Most of the time, you need more than a sample to take it long enough to see benefits.  
If your concern is ability to tolerate DPN products, maybe contact your Au ER distributor with questions of this type...
http://www.right4yourtypeau.com/
Some of the items are available at a standard health food type store.  You should be able to get them locally...


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What did I write in the title?
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What did I write in the title?

I don't know, Karma.  I do know the spelling was corrected, and notice that Pus is incorrect in your post, so I suppose it was "Puss" which is commonly referring to a cat.


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Usually...not just that though...

I try to keep my comments appropriate for a family site...


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I was getting some pretty bad breakouts and it got really bad during hot yoga. In the past couple of weeks I spend a little extra time cleaning my face and it seems to be helping. I need to do a wash, a good exfoliation and use argan oil. I am definitely sensitive to many face creams too. I was convinced it was something I was eating but I haven't changed my diet, just my cleansing habits and it seems to have helped.
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I'm having my first breakouts in a long time.  I'm also just having to clean my face and treat it more oven. I'll do a mud facial this afternoon. I think it is because our air is so full of pollen right now and it has been hotter then usual as well.


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Are there any other blood purifiers that help the skin that are acceptable for O? My research says burdock also cleans the blood but O can't have it. Sarsaparilla the only one?
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