Many people here have issues with cigarette burn like skin lesions, blistering, keratosis, pimples, psoriasis, ulcers, etc. I also have the same issues. Most of us could benefit from testing our blood against the most common foods we eat, household products, personal hygiene products used, even the environment we frequent. Topically & Internally our bodies absorb and respond to everything. We all respond individually and our skin is the biggest organ and best indicator that something we can't see is making us sick. If treating the skin doesn't resolve the problem then look beneath it. A food allergies test will reveal toxins you would never imagine could bother us. Mom allergic to citrus and MSG get raging migraines. Child allergic to chocolate and dairy has autism. Man allergic to the weeping peels of potato get severe rash on hands. the baby crawling on carpet asthma and respiratory distress. Diabetic eats starfruit and almost dies. Remove all the antagonists above and even the child no longer has autism. May not be that simple in all cases but it is documented and truly could be that simple.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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