Before GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) sweet Gracie was suffering from Seborrheic Dermatitis. Her mom is a fellow Weston A. Price friend of mine and is honestly the most amazing homeopathic person I have seen to date. She literally has a medicine cabinet growing in her back yard. They tried rash and wound salve, homeopathy, coconut oil, tea tree oil, and eventually steroids. They visited the family doctor, allergist, and dermatologist. They all gave the same diagnosis and treatment: shampoo for face wash (that has sterilization as a side effect) and steroid cream with no end in sight. 

On GAPS, the Seborrheic Dermatitis (SD) did not explode without the steroid cream but instead showed immediate improvement noticeable in just days.

Photo 1: natural remedies not working and rash expanding (November)

Photo 2: allergy doctor (December) no food allergies show up, on steroid cream so skin looks perfect. Doctor says to get off cream to see if it clears up. 

Photos 3 and 4 above: Off cream for 3 days

 photo 5 above: Off steroids 7 days, doctor says to get back on steroids and go see a dermatologist

Below: day 1 on GAPS, quit steroid cream the day before and skin still looked bad. Steroid cream was loosing effect and they prescribed stronger. It cost $100, Mom didn’t fill it but instead started GAPS. 



Photo above: Day 3 on GAPS

Photo above: Day 7 GAPS

Photo above: 3 1/2 weeks GAPS

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