Psoriasis & Skin Disorders Natural Remedy (BM7)

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Skin ailments and psoriasis


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May help in the symptoms of skin inflammations and allergies – especially eczema, dermatitis, pimples, acne, warts, psoriasis, urticaria (red and raised areas on the skin) and many other skin ailments.

Your skin benefits from maintaining good nutrition, circulation, and external care, however there are circumstance where your skin may have a disorder that good skin care cannot prevent. The skin is the largest organ in the body, any disease that affects the body sometimes will have symptoms showing on the skin. A rash can occur by itself or in conjunction with other symptoms, which vary depending on the underlying disease, disorder or condition such as; infection, irritation, inflammation, allergy, insect bites and other abnormal conditions.

Skin inflammation is your skin’s way of reacting to harmful stimuli such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants. Inflammation is, in reality, helpful because it helps to clear out harmful stimuli and initiates the skin tissue’s healing process. Simply put, without inflammation, your skin will not heal.

BM 7 is a safe, non-addictive natural remedy containing 100%ingredients which have been carefully selected and clinically formulated, to relieve acute skin problems as well as cleanse and purify the entire immune system.

Our formula promotes skin health and renewal by stimulating the natural healing forces of the body from within, thus it aids in the health and integrity of all cells and layers of the skin.

You will see improvement in the skins appearance by reducing redness, bumps, flakiness and irritation.

BM 7 will also provide support with routine skin care in which old skin cells are removed along with the natural regenerative processes of the skin.

Because our formula is a natural treatment it provides a safer, gentler alternative to use without harmful side effects or allergic reactions. It is available in a liquid from which is taken internally, making it hassle-free and easy to take. BM7 may also be combined, without concern of interfering with other treatment options as outlined below:

Symptoms & Treatments

Acne, a common skin problem often beginning in adolescence, is when your face, chest or back is covered in small, pus-filled sacs or pimples, blackheads or sore red bumps. Washing your face with a mild soap on a regular basis may be helpful. Sometimes over-the-counter acne treatments such as benzoyl peroxide are recommended by your doctor; or prescription medicines such as an antibiotic.

An allergic reaction typically appears as irregular, raised or flat red sores, and is usually triggered by foods, drugs, insect stings, latex, cold air, sunscreens etc. Hives (aka urticaria) are another skin reaction typical to an allergic reaction, which is when an eruption of red welts or bumps, often with severe itching form suddenly on your face or body. Use of an antihistamine and a cool compress for the itching is recommended. If the hives or rash does not go away on its own or is accompanied by other symptoms, such as swelling around the lips or trouble breathing, go to emergency or your doctor immediately as these are signs of a more severe reaction.

Warts, soft bumps which appear on the hands, or plantar warts, which appear on the feet can be treated with over-the-counter medications. In stubborn cases, your doctor can freeze them off.

Dermatitis is the general term used to describe any kind of skin inflammation, although it might be termed as eczema or rashes. While not contagious and generally harmless, dermatitis can cause discomfort and get in the way of daily life activities. Eczema most commonly causes dry, reddened skin that itches or burns, the appearance of eczema will vary from person to person and it also depends upon which specific type of eczema. The first symptom with most people is intense itching. Any area of the body may be affected, but with children and adults, eczema typically appears on the face, neck, and the insides of the elbows, knees, and ankles. In infants, eczema typically appears on the forehead, cheeks, forearms, legs, scalp, and neck. Corticosteroid creams are sometimes prescribed to reduce the inflammatory reaction in the skin; and to control itching, sedative type antihistamine drugs for example, Benadryl, Atarax, Vistaril, and cyproheptadine are generally the most effective.

Psoriasis is a chronic disorder of the skin which can be mild or severe. Psoriasis has many different appearances but is typically seen as reddish, scaly patches of inflammation, most commonly affecting the elbows, knees, scalp, and/or groin. It may be small flattened bumps, large thick plaques of raised skin, red patches, and pink mildly dry skin to big flakes of dry skin that flake off. Treatment depends on the severity and location and ranges from local (cortisone cream application, emollients, coal tar, anthralin preparations, and sun exposure) to systemic (internal medications, including methotrexate and cyclosporine).


Adult:10-15drops, children half of the same,3-4 times a day in some water or as prescribed by a Homoeopathic Doctor.