One of the most famous, most complicated and most stubborn skin diseases is psoriasis. It may appear anywhere on the body, but most often occurs on the elbows, knees and scalp. It appears as a rash with dark purple color covered with white scales.
It can also appear as tiny spots on the skin, very red skin in the armpit, groin and female genitalia. It can also occur on the hands, feet and the nails.
The reason for the appearance of psoriasis is unknown, but it is assumed that genes play a key role in the development of this disease. But despite genetics, in many cases the development of the disease can be caused by diet, stress, as well as too little physical activity.
How important is proper nutrition
Food greatly affects psoriasis. While there is no perfect cure that will guarantee that the disease will never happen, psoriasis can be controlled well by consuming certain foods. Consuming more oily fish, fish oils, vegetable oils with omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins A, B-complex, C and D are extremely beneficial to overall health and appearance of skin.
Also macrobiotic food contributes to the withdrawal of the psoriasis, but does not guarantee that the disease will not recur.
In young patients psoriasis, staying in the sun and swimming in sea water is very positive. Psoriasis can occur at any age, but it is most commonly diagnosed when the patient is around 25 years of age.
Treatment with fish GerraRufa within 21 days.
Fish Garrarufa lives in Turkish river systems and hot springs. It can also be found in Syria, Iraq, Iran and Oman. Garra rufa fish has been used in Turkey, Germany and Austria for treating psoriasis for a long time. This fish actually eat the diseased skin. They are used in spa treatments, as well as in medicine. Turkey is legally protected from commercial exploitation because of strong exports, but these fish can be kept in an aquarium too. Garrarufa is a small fish that weighs about eight grams and treats in a way that it is biting human skin in a completely painless manner.
There are numerous testimonials from patients who have managed to recover thanks to this fish, where medicine was helpless.
The treatment is done in a way that in a small pool of water about 150 fish are placed, and the patient needs to spend two hours in the warm massage. The water temperature must be 34 degrees if the water is colder the fish will not nibble the diseased skin, and if the temperature is higher, their metabolism speeds up and may die. In order for the treatment to be successful, the patient must repeat the treatment for 21 days in a row and spends two hours in the pool each treatment. After three treatments the itching sensation of the skin stops. In the end of treatment the skin is smooth, soft, and the redness disappears.
It is important to note that the treatment is not painful at all, on the contrary feeling of nibbling is ticklish.
There is evidence that it works!
It is difficult to find studies for the treatment of psoriasis with fish therapy, but there is a renowned report in the Oxford Journal of evidence based on alternative medicine. There are photos showing that treatment with fish-therapy really works. The authors pointed out that use of fish therapy can provide sustainable treatment of patients with psoriasis vulgaris.
The photographs are part of the study and their role is to capture the fantastic results of treatment of three different patients after only 3 weeks.