Your Face Talks: Signs & Symptoms of the SkinAbby
It is believed that your face can tell your life story. The Chinese have used face reading for thousands of years as a way to detect and diagnose diseases. This is a Chinese medical practice called, ‘mien shiang’ or ‘mien xiang’ (pronounced MYEN-SHUNG) that started in China nearly 3,000 years ago to help prevent illness. The skin on your face is able to give a glimpse of your current health and things to come. Face readings are not set in stone but they do warn of possible health issues. Your face will reflect changes in your health faster than any other part of your body.
Our faces provide clues to the path in which our health is going, by the facial lines and marks such as discolorations, spots, creases and indentations. Your face can predict the age at which certain problems may appear by the location of various marks. The bigger and darker these marks are, the more severe the problem may be.
The ears and the top part of your face are believed to represent the earlier part of life, from preteens to early 20s. As you grow older, corresponding facial areas move downward from your eyebrows. Many prestigious Western medical journals such as ‘The American Journal of Cardiology’, have recognized a connection between a diagonal earlobe crease and coronary artery disease in people under the age of 70.
Signs & Symptoms of the Skin
Yellow whites of eyes: Can be a sign that something is wrong with your liver, contact your doctor.
Folding between eyebrows: Low-functioning lymph, weakened immune system
Red spots and/or pox around the eyebrows: Increased likelihood of flu, or sign of flu in recent past
Reddened eyebrows: Overactive nervous system, lack of quality sleep
Reddened eye sockets: Inflammation in the kidneys or back pain
Black eyes or black/brown spots: Low kidney function
Dark skin around eyes: Deteriorating kidney function, likelihood of kidney stones
Violet swelling around eyes: Could be ovarian, cervical, vaginal, breast complications
Red nose or a line through the nose: Can indicate heart issues
A large bulbous nose: Can indicate overconsumption of alcohol or enlarged heart
Swollen nose with a blue hue: Can indicate that heart circulation is poor and may indicate heart attack
Reddened nose: Bladder inflammation or back pain
Swelling veins on the nose: Deteriorating function of kidneys and bladder
Black moles between nose and lips: High levels of acid and toxins in the body
Darkening of black moles between nose and lips: Possible sign of cancer risk
Change in Middle Upper Lip: For women, you may be experiencing fertility issues, fibroids or hormonal changes.
Red lips: Overactive stomach
Blue lips: Heart weakness or problem
Dark lips: Low function of spleen and kidney
Pox spots or cold sores near lips: Stomach ulcer
Hollows of cheeks: A change can indicate breathing issues
Red cheeks: Overactive liver
Depressed scars, pox marks, or other anomalies between chin and ear has: Poorly functioning intestine. If this region becomes red, possible sign of impending diarrhea
Slightly green facial hue: Decreased liver function
Overly red facial hue: Heart disease or high blood pressure
Yellowish facial hue: Low function of spleen and stomach
Darkened facial hue: Low kidney function
Whitened face: Low lung function
Large pores: Indicates general toxicity
Pimples/Rashes: Indicate body toxicity, irritants, chemicals, pollutants, environmental hazards, together with deficiencies of essential fatty acids and vitamins A and C.
Acne: Acne is a condition representing total body toxicity, poor food choices, exhaustion and nutritional deficiencies. Excessive consumption of refined salt and hormonal imbalances are also contributors. If acne is located in the chin area, it is typically due to hormonal or ovarian disturbance. It represents an excess of estrogen and a lack of progesterone. This imbalance produces deep nodular acne.
Acne that appears on the back and other areas of the face are due to excess cortex hormones from overactive adrenal glands or an under active thyroid.
Adrenal hormonal involvement has a masculinizing effect and is often accompanied by excess facial hair in women. Bacteria present on the skin’s surface live off the poisons released from the pores. Excessive pore excretion combined with these bacteria block and congest pores causing the formation of pimples and redness known as acne.
Dandruff and oily scalp: Indicates an extreme oil deficiency.
Itching: Itching occurs when the skin is congested with toxins or irritants. The nerve endings react to these substances, which cause us to scratch. Itching is a warning sign that there is a decrease in the blood flow because toxins and wastes are being retained in tissue. Some itching can be a result of contact with a substance that creates a topical chemical reaction.
Excess body acid can also contribute to itching, as can liver insufficiency or disease, body chemicals as in excess bile, and undigested proteins in the digestive system. Anemia, diabetes, hypothyroidism, low functioning adrenal glands, stress, worry and anxiety can cause skin discomfort. Coffee and medications have been known to increase the possibility of itching.
Eczema: Eczema is an inflammation of skin that is seriously depleted of essential oils. The dry crusts that form are surface cells that have died in large numbers and are flaking away as a result of this deficiency. This condition can include scaling, thickening, flaking and itching. Eczema is often referred to as dermatitis or seborrhea and contact or photo dermatitis. These conditions are often seen in individuals with tendencies towards allergies. Dr. Philip Incao has stated that vaccines induce severe outbreaks of eczema in young patients, in addition to escalating the incidence of ear infections, asthma and bowel inflammations.
Psoriasis: Psoriasis is a chronic condition that produces small to large varying sizes of patches of silvery scales. It is a blood-born disease where the white blood cells migrate into the uppermost layer of skin. Attention to dietary habits improves such conditions immensely and often involves fats and metabolism of fat soluble vitamins. Prolonged attention to dietary changes and daily bowel cleansing is essential to eradicate any existing evidence of psoriasis. When psoriasis presents itself, we can be sure that there is a lack of coordination and efficiency of both detoxifying and eliminating systems. This causes congested lymphatic fluids resulting in the seepage of toxins into the gastrointestinal tract. Poor carbohydrate metabolism is related to deficiencies of calcium, magnesium and zinc.
A balance of sodium and potassium is necessary for relief from psoriasis and other related skin conditions. When the nails and scalp are involved, this condition will most likely spread to other areas of the body. Conventional treatments include such things as applications of cortisone cream and coal tar, which we know addresses the external manifestation rather than the internal origin.
Skin Cancer: There are many different types of skin cancer. The two most common being basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. The good news is that both are successfully treated if caught early enough. Malignant melanoma is a more serious disease and is more rare than the other types.
Skin cancer often, but not always, originates in moles although all moles are not necessarily risky. It is highly advisable to monitor any changes that occur in moles such as asymmetry, borders, red, white, blue or black moles and moles that grow beyond ¼ inch in diameter. The key is and always will be a healthy body. A healthy body does not fall prey to sickness.
I have my patients who suffer from different skin conditions use a product called Structured Atomic Redox Spray. This product has a unique delivery system which moves minerals, such as Zinc and Copper, through the epidermal layers across semipermeable membranes very quickly to immediately be absorbed by diseased or healthy tissues at very low concentrations. To learn more about this product read my article: Structured Atomic Redox Spray
There are many different things you need to take into consideration when dealing with different skin conditions. Antibiotic use is one of the worst culprits for wreaking havoc on your skin. If you have been on antibiotics or other prescription medications, such as birth control pills or ADHD medications then you might suffer from skin conditions (along with other health problems) now or in the future. Just remember, all prescription medications will cause your body to become acidic.
There is only one way to guarantee beautiful skin, you must look within to get to the root cause. until you treat the cause, you will always be chasing symptoms. Please understand that a nutrient deficiency is still a symptom. Single supplementation will never address the root cause. Whether it’s a pimple, psoriasis or cancer, what we need is whole body healing. This is accomplished through Whole Plant Based Superfood Nutrition, Structured Water, gentle daily cleansing with Daily Cleansing Tea. End of story!
– Dr. Darrell Wolfe, Doc of Detox
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