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Chico Esposito

Member Since 02 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active Sep 15 2014 12:13 PM

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In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

15 September 2014 - 11:59 AM

This drug isn't the solution to get rid of acne. It get rid of the symptoms but not the real cause of acne. By taking accutane you will force your body to keep inside what cames out from your skin and it will burn your body from the inside.

 

I agree with all that, have you done successful liver flushes? and if so how did you go about it? because i've tried about 6 times and only got stones out once.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

25 August 2014 - 12:29 PM

antihistimines, telomeres, cannabis oil load of bollocks the lot of it. Heres a concept for those looking at a supplement to cure their problems, it's not going to happen, believe me i've had this for 11 years and have taken every supplement that you can possibly imagine, and it's all bullshit, straight up.

 

The one thing i'll say honestly is stop looking for symptom relief and actually try to embark on dealing with the cause, the actual core of the problem.

 

Start eating fruits & vegetables, fiber rich foods to heal the colon like Psyllium, chia seeds, flax, hemp seeds, take probiotic rich food like kombucha, water kefir, sauerkraut this will help your colon transit time if your suffering from constipation. Drink teas to cleanse the liver containing (dandelion, licorice, milk thistle, artichoke), likewise do the same for the kidneys, teas containing (parsley, fennel, celery seed, nettle). Eat Sea vegetables, this is one of the few things that pretty much everyone if deficient in, iodine, especially those with skin, hair or nail problems. Add things like wakame, kelp, dulse to salads, try nori wraps, with sprouted mungbeans, iodine is great for healing the thyroid which speeds metabolism, strengthens hair, skin and nails.

 

Add trace minerals from celtic sea salt, buy a few sprouting jars and sprout sunflower seeds for salads, sprout chickpeas etc. Loads of salads, with avocado's tomato's, cucumbers, sea vegetables, sprouted seeds and olive oil and raw apple cider vinegar as dressing (acv helps stomach acid, contains good bacteria and live enzymes). Juice regularly, especially green juices it's the single best vitamin/ mineral supplement you could ever put into your body. Buy a dry skin brush and use it everyday before showering, apply coconut oil to your body instead of lotions, eat coconut oil if your cooking. Don't use flouride in your toothpaste, buy flouride free toothpaste, stop putting chemicals on your skin. Soak nuts 24 hours before eating them, eat quinoa ( i soak mine overnight to reduce phytic acid)

 

Exercise, sweat, practise yoga, it helps move lymph, just like the dry skin brushing. Drink lots of water, get out in the sun as much as possible. Stop looking for a pill to heal the body, it's a combination of all things, physical, mental, spiritual, diet, lifestyle, understanding of nutrition... that's how to heal the body. It's a toxicity condition, hair loss drugs aren't going to help your post accutane hair loss, antihistimines just cover up immune reaction, they cover up inflammation. 


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

22 August 2014 - 04:46 PM

Chico, i found a Robert Morse video talking about isotherapy if you are interested: http://www.rawfigs.c...-134/?sid=49680 & www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBzPjxkrbik#t=671

not sure if he's right about the second video as they tested elimination with isotherapy and the result was it increased the elimination of the specific toxin.

 

Thanks alot anonyy i'll check it out.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

18 August 2014 - 06:18 PM

I don't believe in the still there vitamin A theory anymore, it can be true but it's not the true problem, and even if it was there is only one way to expell it same as other toxins. Problem is accutane cause mass cell poisoning and dying, resulting in even more toxicity than before (acne = elimination). You can't regenerate cells when they are being chronically poisoned by their own waste + highly toxic diet who don't even contain anything to truely nourish the body.
If meat is highly toxic it's not because of the vitamin A.

About isotherapy like i said it's not required, it's just to speed up things, and if you want to do it well you need to do sequentially and not only for accutane.

 

Not Vitamin A toxicity per se, specifically 13 cis Retinic acid toxicity. The accutane destroys the gut, as the gut membranes are just like the skin...it causes ineffective removal of the drug. The body was sick already, before accutane, that's why acne was present in the first place. Ineffective detoxification from the kidneys or the biliary tract was probably responsible. The body gets backed up before the drug, the drug is then taken orally but ineffectively removed, so the body stores the drug in the fat cells because fat solubilizes fat. This causes the chronic dry skin, dry lips, and all the same side effects as when on accutane but for the longest time afterwards. Reliving these symptoms is when the accutane is mobilised, which is very dangerous.

 

Of course that's not always the way, some people have no traces of the drug in their body and still have problems due to accutane changing the inner landscape of the body, because it's basically pure poison, but in some cases i do believe the drug is still there. But that's just conjecture at this point, it's just my opinion and i know that it can only be taken at face value.



Apples, oranges, dates, ..

 

Do you recommend or have you used Adrenal Glandular's?


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

17 August 2014 - 04:20 PM

So whats the best source of soluble fiber if your having trouble moving your bowels, the intestines are inflamed?

 

Psyllium Husk contains phytic acid, soaked Chai Seeds are a possibility, soaked Flax seeds are virtually inedible, so whats the best source?