HOW CELERY STEM JUICE HELPS TREAT ECZEMA AND PSORIASIS

HOW CELERY STEM JUICE HELPS TREAT ECZEMA AND PSORIASIS

Eczema and psoriasis are caused by a low-grade herpes virus infection in the liver. Most often, this virus is EBV . When the virus feeds on toxic heavy metals such as copper and mercury, which are also found in the liver, it then excretes them in the form of dermatotoxins. These dermatotoxins build up in and out of the liver, eventually making their way to the lower layers of the dermis. Once they get there, the body tries to get rid of them by pushing the dermatotoxins up through the skin. This can result in almost 100 varieties of rashes that are thought to be eczema or psoriasis or are given different names. In none of these cases does the immune system attack the skin. This is a false statement that stems from a misunderstanding of how eczema and psoriasis actually work.

Since celery stalk juice nourishes the skin, people who drink it experience amazing skin benefits. This includes the disappearance of eczema and psoriasis over time. The coumarins in celery stem juice come to the surface through the skin, revitalizing skin cells from deep within. (You can read more about coumarins in Anthony William's book "Celery Juice" - not yet translated into Bulgarian). This reduces the death and deterioration of skin cells and supports nerves, blood vessels and blood flow through the skin. The special variety of vitamin C in celery stalk juice helps restore the liver's immune system to fight off any viral load present.

Rosacea is a particular form of eczema that can appear in different forms on the face and neck. Celery juice helps by flushing out the mercury-based toxins that are in the small intestine and feeding the EBV that is also there. Once the sodium cluster salts of celery stem juice minimize the viral load in the gut and help to neutralize and neutralize the mercury toxins and byproducts present, the rosacea can begin to clear up. Avoiding foods like eggs, dairy, and gluten that fuel EBV can speed up the process.

Actinic keratosis is another form of eczema. This time it's a low-grade viral infection feeding on mercury and some honey. Celery juice helps in the same way it helps with rosacea and eczema by helping you get rid of the metals and kill the hidden virus.

People with more advanced and more severe cases of eczema and psoriasis tend to have higher viral loads and more toxic heavy metals in their livers. When they first start drinking celery stalk juice and it starts flushing the liver, moving around the toxic heavy metals and fighting the virus, it leads to increased viral cell death. This die-off can release more dermatotoxins in the liver than normal, which can lead to flare-ups of severe eczema and psoriasis rashes. If this happens to you, know that this is a temporary healing response. Reduce the amount of celery stalk juice you drink and give it some time to work. Celery stem juice is your best friend for possibly relieving your skin condition. In the meantime, you can read the books in the Healing Medium series to learn what else you can do to help your skin.

People often look for health advice everywhere, trying some that may not be all that helpful. Many times when people start a new regimen, such as juicing celery stalks, they also start other initiatives. For example, they may start a new diet at the same time - one that doesn't match what they really need. Since they have just started drinking celery stalk juice as well, it is often blamed for the lack of results. Keep this in mind if you experience any adverse reaction from celery stem juice. Did you also start following health advice from another source at the same time you started drinking celery stem juice? It could be that you are consuming foods that feed the virus and that is the real cause of your acute reaction, rather than increased viral die-off or liver detoxification. If you start avoiding unproductive foods as well (read more about them in the book "Celery Juice" - not yet translated into Bulgarian), you will help yourself on the way to your treatment.

This article uses material from Anthony William's book "Celery Juice" (not yet translated into Bulgarian), from which you will learn more about how celery juice can help you and your loved ones heal. You'll also receive precise instructions on how to drink it and how to avoid common mistakes to ensure you get the most out of its healing properties. Celery juice is a powerful herbal remedy that can really help you move forward.

For more information, see the article: "Eczema and Psoriasis"

See also Anthony William's video: "Eczema and Psoriasis" .

For the healing properties of celery stem juice for other conditions and symptoms, see also the articles:

"How celery stalk juice helps with cystic acne" ;
"How celery stalk juice helps with chronic fatigue syndrome" ;
"How Celery Stem Juice Helps Treat High Cholesterol" ;
"Celery stem juice in autoimmune and neurological conditions" .

More articles on celery stem juice can be found here:

"Celery stalk juice" ;
"Celery stalk juice - frequently asked questions" ;
"How to make celery stem juice" ;
"Why should we drink half a liter of celery stem juice a day?" ;
"How the Sodium Cluster Salts in Celery Stem Juice Help You Heal" .

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