American Saffron, 6 oz
Also known as Yellow Safflower, Dyers' Saffron, False Saffron Recommended by Cayce as a digestive and intestinal cleansing aid. Whole flower stamens. "Make a tea from the American Saffron; a teaspoonful to a pint of water, let steep as tea or in a crock, and so that the water simmers but not boils too much. This would be strained, and it may be taken two to three times a day, a good big swallow, or a small jigger of the solution."
Slippery Elm Bark Powder, 4 oz.
Slippery Elm is also know as Red Elm, Moose Elm or Indian Elm and has been a part of traditional herbal medicine for over 100 years. In fact, Slippery Elm bark is an official entry in the United States Pharmacopoeia. It contains calcium, mucilage, vitamin E, bioflavonoids and some tannins. Today, Slippery Elm is used to support healthy respiratory and digestive systems.
Psoriasis Cream, 2 oz.
If the distress of itching, redness and scaling associated with psoriasis, eczema, contact allergies and other skin disorders have become a constant bother, then this unique formula offers you relief at last. Psoriasis Cream contains Salicylic Acid, an ingredient proven to provide relief from itching and scaling, blended in a soothing base of natural herbs and oils including botanical extract of Citrus, Cod Liver Oil, Echinacea, Jojoba Oil, Lemon Grass Oil, Rose Hip Seed Oil, Vitamin E Oil and Yellow Dock. Provides relief on contact. Ease the itch and reduce inflammation today. Let this soothing CayceCare Psoriasis Cream help relieve the itching, irritation, redness, and scaling of psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis. Ease the itch and reduce inflammation today.
Psoriasis Scalp & Body Wash, 8 oz.
Psoriasis Medicated Scalp and Body Wash helps fight the itching, redness, irritation and scaling associated with Psoriasis, dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. The active ingredient, Salicylic Acid, is combined with a soothing, moisturizing base that includes the following natural ingredients: Allantoin, Aloe Vera Gel, Carrot Oil, Echinacea Extract and Jojoba Oil. Free of preservatives, parabens, mineral oil, petroleum, animal materials, artificial colors and artificial fragrance.
Quick Reference Card from Dr. Baar
We care about your success in clearing your psoriasis and believe it can be achieved naturally. That's why we will include a free reference card of foods to avoid while caring for your psoriasis. The card may be kept in your wallet or pocket and may be utilized while eating out or grocery shopping to help you with making healthy food choices. Remember the best way of dealing with psoriasis is working from the inside out.
Psoriasis is not just a cosmetic problem
Affecting an estimated 3 percent of the world's population according to the National Psoriasis Foundation, psoriasis is far more reaching and severe than most people who suffer from it are aware. In fact, 60 percent of people with psoriasis find it to be a large problem in their daily lives. Edgar Cayce explained psoriasis as an internal elimination's disease where the walls in the upper intestinal tract are "thinned" causing substances to "leak" out into the blood and lymphatic systems. When the body cannot eliminate this toxicity through natural cleansing, psoriasis symptoms appear in a topical or cosmetic way.
Get to the source of the problem
The best way of dealing with psoriasis is working from the inside out focusing on where the psoriasis is actually coming from - within. The proven natural solutions of American Saffron as internal tea in the morning and evening and Slippery Elm Bark Powder in your water have been suggested to help cleanse the body from within by targeting the body's digestive tract. Supplementing these natural remedies with topical solutions and an intense daily cleansing routine will serve as a complete solution to your psoriasis.
Mind and Matter
Changing a mind frame and your daily diet will do wonders for the body as well. Try to maintain a positive attitude while on your healing path as doubt and lack of conviction are the body's worst enemy. A healthy diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables is also necessary: stay clear of red meats, fried foods, carbonated and alcoholic beverages as well as dairy products that are high in fat. Tomatoes, tobacco, eggplant, peppers, white potatoes and paprika are also foods to avoid. Consume plenty of fresh fruits & vegetables maintaining a diet low in sugar.