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Natural Healing Group

This group is focused on ways to help your PSA naturally. Members may present different natural remedies, diet and treatments. The goals of the group are data collection, research, surveys, compilation of data and self-initiated
study about natural healing.

Disclaimer:

As always, we recommend that you follow the treatment recommendations of
your doctor. But if you have found safe, natural remedies that offer relief for your symptoms, you are welcome to discuss them here.

Members: 42
Latest Activity: Apr 12

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Natural helpers...

Started by Dini. Last reply by TaraLynn Jan 27. 3 Replies

Hi...I've been reading about acid in the body after speaking to my neighbor. She is a yoga instructor and seems to have an understanding about PsA...I was surprised. Anyway, she spoke about acid…Continue

Exhaustion

Started by Introvert. Last reply by SublimeAmiga Jan 15. 5 Replies

Hello. Fairly new person here. I've been having success with the anti-inflamatory diet and have cut the pain by at least 1/2 just using this diet. However it hasn't done anything for the ongoing…Continue

Natural Pharmacist

Started by TaraLynn. Last reply by TaraLynn Nov 21, 2013. 13 Replies

                   I just got off the phone with my daughter and I promised her I would see a natural pharmacist.  Our family has been very health conscious over the years when is comes to food. …Continue

The "F" Word... Food!

Started by NicoleTchr. Last reply by SublimeAmiga Nov 7, 2013. 28 Replies

Hi –This thread is for those of us who are using or experimenting with food as a way to improve our ability to deal with PsA. Here are a few ideas to hopefully keep the discussion happy and on…Continue

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Comment by GrumpyCat on March 26, 2014 at 9:34pm
Waterfairy-
This group is absolutely open for you to post and share your ideas for natural therapies. Please remember to keep your posts to things that you have tried, things that have worked for you, or are interested in exploring and avoid encouraging others to try a specific therapy, as we are not doctors and can't recommend specific treatments.
This group is lightly moderated. This means that we check to make sure that there is no bullying, or anything like that and check to see that the not recommending treatment rule is followed, and that no spammers have made there way in. Other than that, feel free to post away and enjoy the group!
Comment by waterfairy on March 23, 2014 at 10:59pm

Hi there.  SublimeAmiga.  I saw it in FAQ Sept. 4th 2013  Here it is.

Why are Natural healing discussions removed from the main pages?

Many members are very uncomfortable with "natural healing" or "alternative medicine" and it has been one of the major sources of complaint.…

Started by tntlamb

Comment by waterfairy on March 23, 2014 at 8:45pm

So is this group still active for discussions?   Because I just read something about people being uncomfortable with these discussions and I am wondering if I am misunderstanding what I read.

Comment by TaraLynn on February 10, 2014 at 1:50am

We went totally Gluten and vegan for the month of January.  The past few days my husband and I were out of town.  I allowed myself to have a burger and some dairy...big mistake!  I thought the diet changes were not making a big difference, however I can say since eating the red meat and dairy my pain levels have skyrocketed and my stomach is an absolute mess!  Back to no meat and dairy for me!

Comment by Frances on January 14, 2014 at 6:26pm

Welcome It's Just A Bad Day.  I also suffer from fatigue.  I make a smoothie with kale, whey and fruit every morning to help me start the day.  I don't know if it really helps me with fatigue, but it's definitely healthy and can't hurt.  Also, I have a prescription for Plaquenil to help with fatigue - it's commonly prescribed for arthritis and lupus patients.  Good Luck !

Comment by Juls | It's Just A Bad Day on January 13, 2014 at 10:29pm

Hi everyone! Completely new to this whole site! But I've been on a war path to try to control my psa naturally. I'm still on medications, but my hope is someday to knock some of them out and maybe all of them?? But I've been working with a health coach and following the 'Meals That Heal Inflammation by Julia Daniluk' book to do a food elimination diet to find the best anti-inflammatory lifestyle for me. I've also been using essential oils (I'm a doterra IPC) to help control symptoms and to keep me 'healthy'. I'm really having problems with fatigue though. I started the diet in October and I know it can take a long time until you start to feel well, but it's really debilitating. I feel water therapy has been giving me more energy, but still, it's not enough. Any advice would be AWESOME!!!! Happy to meet you all :)


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Comment by GrumpyCat on November 22, 2013 at 8:04pm
In box me if you do.

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Comment by GrumpyCat on November 22, 2013 at 7:59pm
Do you want me to move these to a thread for you?
Comment by TaraLynn on November 13, 2013 at 11:25pm

Ya...I probably should have done that....

Comment by TaraLynn on November 8, 2013 at 6:17pm

Hi All...I just shared 14 natural remedies to help with arthritis...of course any supplement should be checked to make sure it is alright to have with any of your current medications.  I am on MTX and Sulfa and have been told I can't have Echinacea or Spirulina.... 

 
 
 

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