Psoriasis is different from eczema because it causes the skin to grow quickly and seems to be an autoimmune disease, like MS or lupus. Most of the time, psoriasis affects the skin, but in about 10% of cases, it also affects the joints. Research shows that psoriasis is caused when certain T-cells divide very quickly.
There are many types of parasites that can make your body their unsuspecting host. Besides various worms (like tapeworms and ringworms), there are microscopic, single-celled organisms like giardia, H. pylori, candida and amoebas, which can all be considered parasites. In fact, there are over 1,000 organisms that are known to be parasites in human beings.
Poison ivy and poison oak, for example, cause a mild to severe contact allergic reaction when touched. Mild to severe redness, rash, itching, burning, and/or oozing blisters may be symptoms of this allergic reaction. After coming into contact with these plants, wash your skin thoroughly with soap and water. Then, topically apply herbs like
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