Phytolacca Berry for skin discolourations?Hi,
I was just wondering about Phytolacca Berry does it only have an effect on females?
I would like to try this for red pigmentation left from acne, would this be effective?
If not, is there any other treatments for it?
windwaker on 2005-03-20
Phytolacca Berry works on colored pigmentation. Try it along with Silica. I always used Phytolacca Berry'e extract. If you are in USA or Europe you can find Phytolacca growing in wild and collect berries (August-November) and use a half spoon in a cup of warm water.
kuldeep last decadeThanks for the reply, I can get the Phytolacca Berry mother tincture, how much of this should i take?
windwaker last decade5-7 drips in a cup full of warm water. If you will take it straight on the tongue it will give you sore throat.
kuldeep last decadeOlder are the scars late is the results. If a scar is about one year old result is in a week. Other wise it takes some months to see the result because skin gets fused and it takes long time for Silica to open up the ducts.
Silica is a must alongwith Phytolacca.
kuldeep last decade
windwaker last decadeDr. Kuldeep,
Do you know how it works on skin discolouration, like what it does to you? I know what silcea does, it reopens the pore then drains it etc but how does this work?
Or do you have any past experiences with it on patients or elsewhere?
windwaker last decadeSilica works on the ducts and openings to drain out foreign matter but Phytolacca works reverse, it reabsorbs scar tissue, espacially tissues which don't match skin color.
kuldeep last decadeHi again,
I have read that phytolacca kills off sperm! Is this right?
I have been taking the berry, would this effect me also?
windwaker last decade
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