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Questions and Answers

 

1) What is the success rate you’ve seen from this program in curing Psoriasis?

By ointment, the lesions disappear 90 % or more. But this is symptomatic treatment and ointment cannot cure your inside problems,
though your social life improves very much. Therefore, If you don't take "Cepharanthine + Erythrocin" and Shell Ginger (+ other supplements), sooner
or later the symptom reappears. With "Cepharanthine + Erythrocin" and Shell Ginger (+ other supplements), you can be free from psoriasis for a year or more. After that, we cannot predict how long you can be free from psoriasis, because it depends upon so many factors. Especially mental stress aggravates it very much. But with proper diets and without stress, the recurrence rate is around less than 30%.

 

2) How much does the treatment cost?

Erythromycin ; $27 for one month supply.
Cepharanthine ; $36 for one month supply.
PS(1) 50 g; $35
MAS(1) 50 g ; $35
* + shipping -- to the United States from Japan, about $20.

 

3) Do these pills and supplements have to be taken forever?

Cepharanthine and Erythrocin : For 3 months. But if recurrence occurs, for example, after one year, you may have to take them again for 3 months.
Taleju Oil : For 3 months
Zinc, Copper : For 3 to 5 months
Natural supplements such as Shell Ginger, Omega 3 unsaturated fatty acid, Inositol, Magnesium, Biotin: At least a half year is recommended. But the longer, the better. And these natural supplements are effective not only for "Maintenance Therapy" of psoriasis but also for prevention of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, cerebovascular diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, depression, etc. Personally I've been taking these supplements just to keep my health more than 10 years.

 

4) Are there any of the small side effects I should be aware of with the two pills -- Cepharanthine and Erythrocin?

Actually I'v never seen any serious side effects caused by these two medicines. But one patient complained of abdominal bloating feeling after taking Cepharanthine. I let him stop taking it. If something negative against your health happened, please stop taking them.

 

5) How much do I need the ointment?

It depends upon the size and number of the plaques or eczema. So, it is not possible to say how much you need. But for mild cases, usually 50 g/month is enough. After the lesion disappeared, you don't need it till relapse.

 

6) What dietary recommendations do you have?

Vegetarian. But if this diet is difficult, please avoid at least animal meat, milk, cheese, whey.
Prevalence of psoriasis in Japan is 2 to 3 of 1000 people. The incidence is higher in the US, where it occurs in 2 to 3 of 100 people. 10 times more in the US. This disparity in prevalence between Japan and the United States is not based on genetics, but rather on diet.
Up to 150 years ago, before Western civilization culturally impacted the East, Buddhism prohibited meat eating as well as killing animals. Psoriasis was unknown in Japan at that time. After the Western influence was introduced, gradually psoriasis emerged among them, although it is not nearly as prevalent as in the United States and Europe. Psoriasis is, however, relatively rampant in China, because the Chinese eat a fair amount of pork. Psoriasis rarely occurs in strict vegetarians. The best and definitely most economical treatment of psoriasis is to become a vegetarian. If one refrains from eating animal meat at least for three years, doesn't drink cow's milk or eat cheese, psoriatic symptoms will greatly improve naturally without any treatment in approximately three years.

Some patients try " a low carbohydrate diet". It does help some patients, as far as you can limit too much lipid and protein. But if you are on a low carbohydrate diet, you tend to take too much lipid and protein that may worsen psoriasis. As I write in the next page, lipids are connected with psoriasis very much. And if " a high carbohydrate diet" is bad for psoriasis, why do the Japanese suffer less than the Americans? Rice is the staple of Japan and the rice is typical carbohydrate. Of course, too much carbohydrate is bad, but especially too much lipid is really bad for psoriasis. That's why some hyperlipidemia ( high cholesterol ) patients with psoriasis are cured miraculously by cholesterol lowering drugs (statin drugs). Please read the next page.

* Periodical Fasting --- even once in a half year --- brings about really good improvement. It can give a good rest to your intestine. And good for detoxification. There should be excellent clinics in any countries that offer the course of fasting. Please try to find by the Internet. You need a professional instructor for fasting. Please don't do it alone.

 


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