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 Vitiligo treatment advice
2008-04-12 11:44:06
Anyone know about good treatment of vitiligo. Thanks!

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2013-08-06 23:59:16
This ariltce went ahead and made my day.
2012-02-12 20:23:49
Get to the point! What about Dr. St Armands Guifenesin Protocal? THAT is the aocpraph I believe in and will persue after 12 years of zero help from doctors except to be allowed to go on Disability when I collapsed from weariness trying to work and raise 4 kids on my own. Am now on SSI
2008-04-13 17:58:51
Sun and sea at the Dead Sea will eliminate vitiligo in 3 to 4 weeks
Dr Hakimji
2008-04-13 14:35:44
The best treatment for vitiligo is thru homoeopathy. You have to consult a good homoeopath in your locality who will take a detailed history before starting treatment. You have to pursue with the treatment for a long time before you can get gratifying results
2008-04-13 10:11:20
There are many factors causing depigmentation, mental, genetic , allergens which can be looked at.
However the absence of micro quantities of certain key ingredients required by the body can lead to this condition quite often.
One known source is Puric acid which can allow the absorption by the body of key ingredents.A known source of this is Shilijit which is found in India and afew other regions. Regular intake o f small trace levels of Shilijit would help.Shilijit is totally free from any toxins howevr being a little costly there is no point in taking larger quantities.
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