Yea i saw somewhere niacin is proposed before every sauna session. http://www.healingda...diet/niacin.htm i personnaly think it's far from the best way to detox but idk, if someone want to try. some plants do the same like pimento & ginger.
Hi anonyy, I've been following the thread and reading yours and others posts about post accutane issues. I see that you mention in many bits in pieces the "best" ways to do some things such as diet, kidney detox, liver detox etc. However, it's difficult to put it all together since it's scattered across the thread. Is it possible for you to compile your exact diet and detoxes that you went through in one post so that interested sufferers could attempt it? As it is now, I can't make sense of some of the ambiguities, but I'll try and summarize what I've gathered from you.
1. Remove dairy/grains/gluten/meat from diet. Drink home prepared vegetable and fruit juices (which vegetables and fruits?) with some additives (herbs and roots?). I'm assuming your primary source of protein comes from fish? Your primary source of fat comes from nuts/nut butters? What is your specific diet? Is there a name for it?
-You also mention that since the intestines are damaged after accutane, which mine most certainly are, that it is more 'complicated' than simply consuming vegetable and fruits, that more must be done. Can you elaborate on what else you did to repair your intestines?
2. Boil parsley and drink the water every day to remove sexual issues.
3. Perform liver/kidney detoxes (which ones, how often?)
Apologies if you have explained these in detail in previous posts but I have just read the last 30 pages. I am busy with uni so I don't have the time to read this entire thread at the moment.
I cut the toe skin from a fridge,closed it with cayenne(it closed in 1 minute) and then applied honey.
Now after almost 3-4 weeks a can barely see wound where it was and i assume in a couple of months it will be vanished.
Without a control wound, that doesn't mean anything. It could be that it would have healed normally anyways. It depends on the severity of the cut, location, and a number of other environmental features.