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Will Psoriasis Go Away?

Millions of individuals throughout the world suffer from Psoriasis. Psoriasis is an autoimmune chronic skin disease. It is characterised by patches of skin that are red, itchy, and scaly, can significantly affect a person’s physical and mental health.

“Will Psoriasis go away?” is a question that people with Psoriasis frequently ask. In this article, we will examine the nature of Psoriasis, its potential for remission, and the different management strategies that can support people with Psoriasis in living fulfilling lives despite its obstacles.


Understanding Psoriasis

Psoriasis develops when the immune system becomes overactive, causing skin cells to grow rapidly. This results in cells accumulating on the skin’s surface and form plaques, which are thick, red, and scaly patches. 


The Nature of Psoriasis

As Psoriasis is considered a chronic disorder, it often lasts for a very long time. However, from person to person, there can be major variations in the severity of symptoms and the length of flare-ups. Some people have milder forms of Psoriasis that respond well to treatment and go into remission for extended periods of time. Others may experience more severe and persistent symptoms.

Most skin specialists and general practitioners will prescribe chemically medicated creams and ointments to treat Psoriasis. These prescribed drugs, medication, and lotions are ineffective as these do not address the root cause of Psoriasis which is internal toxicity.

Are you aware there is a way to identify the root cause of Psoriasis?


The Iridology Approach

Iridology, a holistic approach that analyses the patterns and colours of the iris. It has grown in popularity as a natural treatment for a variety of health problems. In Iridology, the iris serves as a window into a person’s health, reflecting any potential underlying issues that may contribute to conditions like Psoriasis.


The Iridology-Psoriasis Connection

When Iridologists examine the iris, they can identify specific Psoriasis-associated markers and learn more about the state of the body’s overall wellness.  These markers include indicators of inflammation, toxins, and potential imbalances that could be responsible for the development or worsening of Psoriasis.


Watch and learn from our video How To Get Rid of Psoriasis Using Iridology.



  • Inflammation: In Iridology, certain patterns and colours inside the iris indicate areas of inflammation in the body. Given that Psoriasis is an inflammatory disorder, Iridologists can detect symptoms of inflammation that could assist in the development of a personalized treatment plan.


  • Toxins and Elimination: The iris can show the body’s ability to eliminate toxins. Iridologists may provide insights on detoxification methods for those with Psoriasis. This skin disease can be exacerbated by a toxic load.


  • Organ Health and Imbalances: With Iridology, the iris can reveal details about the health of different organs and systems. Iridologists can suggest strategies to promote organ function and overall wellness by identifying potential imbalances, which may have an impact on Psoriasis symptoms.


We have successfully helped those with various skin concerns get better naturally. Be inspired and encouraged as you watch our video where we share our Psoriasis Success Stories.



Nutritional Recommendations for Managing Psoriasis

  • Smart Foods: Fighting Psoriasis starts from the inside and works its way to the outside. What you eat is very important in addition to emotion. Learn how to combat Psoriasis with a proper “diet” or consuming smart foods by watching our video, Psoriasis Diet.



  • Apple Cider Vinegar: Discover how apple cider vinegar can help improve your Psoriasis by watching our video, Apple Cider Vinegar for Psoriasis.



  • Baby Spinach: Baby spinach can help heal Psoriasis. Baby spinach is rich in iron, potassium, silica, calcium, and magnesium which helps get rid of toxins in your body. Eat your spinach as a salad and enjoy!  Learn How To Use Baby Spinach for Psoriasis by watching our video.



  • Ginger: Learn How To Heal Psoriasis Using Ginger, a commonly used ingredient in our kitchens! Ginger’s anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial qualities have been used for hundreds of years. 



  • Pineapple: Learn How to Heal Psoriasis Using Pineapple! The enzyme Bromelain, which is present in pineapple, has anti-inflammatory properties. Combat your skin problems from the inside out!




The answer to the question “Will Psoriasis go away?” is positive. When you book an Iridology consultation with us here at Planet Wellness, we can guide you to treat your Psoriasis naturally and make it go away permanently. Symptoms can be effectively controlled and you will get a lot of relief from integrating our nutritional strategies into your treatment plans.

We will design natural and healthy solutions to help you achieve the results you have been praying for. Every person’s experience with psoriasis is different. Iridology offering insight and guidance partnered with nutrition and adopting a holistic approach hold the key to improving the quality of life for those with Psoriasis and managing the condition.

By educating and empowering our customers to embrace Iridology and adopt healthier food choices, we can assist you in navigating the path to effective Psoriasis management.


If you are suffering from Psoriasis, discover natural proven techniques to improve and even completely reverse your condition by enrolling in our online course Psoriasis Expert Secrets.


To learn more about Psoriasis and Iridology, check out our other related blogs:

How To Get Rid of Psoriasis Naturally

How To Get Rid of Psoriasis Using Iridology

Psoriasis Success Stories

How To Heal Psoriasis With Vegetables

How To Heal Psoriasis With Your Mindset

Which Vitamins are Good for Psoriasis

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