Patient came to my office with scalp psoriasis. Her health status displayed ailments of wheezing asthma episodes and regular attacks of flu over the last three months. She is using an inhaler. Long-standing migraines and a consistent post-nasal drip added to the symptomatology picture. Her digestive system is weak with chronic constipation and flatulence. The patient experiences a sensitivity to eczema, especially when washing her hands and dishes. Her personality is of an anxious nature. She loves dancing and Zumba. Diagnosis*Psoriasis on scalp, especially around the margins of the hair. The eruptions are circular.Therapy Suggested*Homeopathy, Vitamin C, Quercetin, Vitamin B-Complex, and G.I. Tract Pathogen and G.I.Tract Wellness Programs.
The patient displayed circular, scaly and red patches of psoriasis, especially around the margins of her scalp (occiput). The eruptions are very itchy. Due to the itchiness, she is unable to sleep.
The psoriasis started in April 2016. Patient was treated at her first consultation 06/14/2016.
Management & Outcome
Due to her compromised digestive system, which already affected her respiratory system (asthma), I anticipated an in-depth treatment protocol, which entailed cleansing and re-building her gastric-tract next to a treatment protocol for her skin eruptions. Over time, I foresee a full recovery.
Type of Outcome*
Full recovery in time
Time of therapy
From 4-6 months
First Initial Consultation – 06/14/2016
Sepia officinalis 200, one tablet, every 10 days = total 3 tablets.