TS Withdrawal Months 16 +

Update: 2 Years and Nearly 3 Months of this Mess

Well folks, I know it’s been a LONG time since I last posted to this blog but I seriously had to unplug from like, everything. I just recently did another Youtube video for my watchers. In this video I explain what’s happening now.

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RSS & TSW are SEVERELY Nutrient and Mineral Deficient!!
Here is WHAT I AM USING (as described in the video) WHAT IS WORKING NOW:

Crisco Shortening (I kept saying oil, sorry) for moisturizer: Get it from your local grocery store.

The BEST Master Multiple TANGY TANGERINE TABLETS 2.0 AND Ultimate EFA (Essential Fatty Acids)
Get it here: http://heytanya.youngevity.com/index.cfm/90-for-life/

To Kill Yeast ST-TN CAPSULES & CANDICLEAR from Genestra Brands
Get it here: http://www.rockwellnutrition.com/statin-capsules-by-genestra.html

ALOE VERA JUICE (Has many healing properties I forgot to mention in the video)
Get it here: http://www.amazon.com/Lily-Desert-Supplement-Whole-Fluid/dp/B00117CG30/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1443809532&sr=8-1&keywords=ALOE+VERA+JUICE

L-GLUTATHIONE which is a strong Antioxidant: http://www.amazon.com/Solgar-Reduced-L-Glutathione-Vegetable-Capsules/dp/B000Z92AKO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1443809510&sr=8-1&keywords=Solgar-Reduced-L-Glutathione

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4 thoughts on “Update: 2 Years and Nearly 3 Months of this Mess

  1. Hi, I am so thankful for the videos. I have a lot of questions to ask you. How are you doing? This thing is a nightmare. I have a family member suffering from this. If it weren’t for you, I wouldn’t know what to do. Have you done a liver cleanse? Or tried Dr. Aron’s cream? What is helping you get through?

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  2. Hi Tanya – I’ve been kicking around TSW and RSS sites for a few months. Had a version of it for 6 months total due to psoriasis, Koebnerization from a spandex/compression hose allergy, 8 months of 2 types of steroid injections, tons of Clobetasol overuse. Was very bad, but NOTHING like what you and other eczema folks are going through. Mine was mainly from the thighs down, with below the knee being outrageous. I stung, was pinkish, and itchy all over, with fragile skin on tops of lower arms also. But the worst was below the knees with lesions, swelling and unbearable itch.

    Here’s why I’ve contacted you. I’m worried for you. And I know you must hate that a stranger would say it. But can you not go to your dermatologist and get a prescription for Cyclosporine USP Modified? After the quack Derm giving me injections instead of telling me to stop wearing compression – I did find a good dermatologist. I begged for steroids, but I think he knew what was happening. Said my flare was being caused by steroids being used incorrectly. He prescribed Cyclosporine and got me going on that for a month and a half then tapered me down gradually. He prescribed me a weak steroid after the super strong Clobetasol. I still suffered the flares, but it was less. The whole thing took such a long time to resolve, and it felt like my life was disappearing.

    Luckily I did not know that I had RSS, or my freak out may have been even worse. Like I said I was resolved around beginning of January 2016. I am not comparing myself to you, because there is a huge difference in severity.

    Another thing which helped I think was getting an ALCAT exam from FFARMS.org . They are an MS group that believes in providing lower cost allergy testing. Found I was reactive to cabbage, lentils, grapes, olives, onions – my constant staples. I feel the reduction in my lifelong psoriasis itch, and the healing of my legs was partially a result of avoiding all reactive foods.

    Another thing I did was begin going to a tanning salon. I told an acquaintance that my skin had forgotten how to heal. She ends up being a researcher on sun and vitamin D3. Told me to take D3, K2, calcium supplements internally, and use low intensity, cheapest, lie-down tanning salon beds. Not the forced tan, but low intensity. To force skin to produce Vitamin D. I do that for 4 minutes 2-3 times a week. And I feel that was the main thing (plus time) which has healed my legs.

    God Bless you Tanya. Hang in there. Rachel

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    1. I decided that for me, natural healing and enduring the long waiting period to heal has been the best. I will never touch any kind of medication for my skin again. I’m healing. =)

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