Clinical Case with Persistent Psoriasis

The Clinical Case with Persistent Psoriasis is usually a symptom, not a disease. Daniela Rulinski, a colleague seeing patients in London (the United Kingdom), was kind enough to send us a clinical case of hers, together with pictures, showing how long-standing psoriasis disappeared once the cause of it was resolved. In this case there were multiple causes.

Clinical Case with Persistent Psoriasis – First visit

T. A. is 26. She came to me because of severe psoriasis. She was suffering a lot from peeling and cracking skin all over her body. Her hands were affected the most – they would bleed and get infections. The patient reported she had the condition for as long as she could remember. Different treatments by doctors relied on corticosteroid creams and orally administered corticosteroids, primarily to alleviate the symptoms. During the night she would put a lot of cream and sleep in cotton gloves…

Clinical Case with Persistent Psoriasis, first visit
During first visit

The patient expressed concerns something serious happened that made here severe condition even worse prior to the visit. She suspected that the long treatment with corticosteroids was just slowing down the processes until this medication stopped working altogether. This prompted her to seek a natural diagnosing and healing method.
The bioresonance test showed the following:
– Immune system and allergies – presence of Toxoplasma gondii (Toxoplasmosis) and Echinococcus granulosus (dog tapeworm)
– Lymphatic system – Toxoplasma gondii (Toxoplasmosis)
– Small intestines – Echinococcus granulosus (dog tapeworm)
– Big intestines – Echinococcus granulosus (dog tapeworm), Toxoplasma gondii (Toxoplasmosis) and Taenia solium (pork tapeworm).
– Spleen, pancreas – Ascaris lumbricoides (“large roundworm” of humans)

– The food tolerance test showed that T. A. could not properly digest gluten, lactose, potatoes, eggplants, apples, strawberries, and kiwi.

The picture below is from the first visit of the patient.

During first visit

Treatment: due to the serious intoxication and the massive amount of parasites discovered in the body of the girl I prescribed the following:
Para-7® – 40 full days of treatment, twice a day, in the morning and in the evening.
Magnesium detox® – two full weeks of treatment (in the morning and in the evening) following the completion of the treatment with Para-7®.
Cina 200С – 1 dose, to be repeated 1 month later.
Solidago Compositum and Hepar Compositum to help the functioning of the spleen and pancreas.

Second visit

The second visit of the patient was one month after the first visit. There were still some faint red spots on the hands, yet the condition was much better. The patient reported that as early as into the first week of treatment psoriasis started progressively to get resolved. Improvement was first seen on the softer parts of the body; on the hands first the itching and the cracking of the skin disappeared.

The pictures below are taken one month after start of treatment.

Clinical Case with Persistent Psoriasis one month after treatment
During second visit
Clinical Case with Persistent Psoriasis one month after treatment upper side
During second visit

Upon completion of the prescribed treatment T. A. was to continue the treatment with herbs that were identified as suitable in terms of compatibility and tolerance following bio-resonance measurement.

Regretfully the patient relocated to work in India after the good results of her treatment. I personally have no doubts as to the efficacy of the prescribed treatment yet I am concerned about the likelihood of her getting some new and more exotic parasites.

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