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Treatment for Lichen Planus?

Posted by Anonymous (Anonymous) on 09/22/2011

i am trying to reach Ted from Philippines about whom I have read so much. I have been diagnosed of Lichen Planus. Please can you confirm who you are and can I call you?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
10/06/2011
383 posts

Lichen planus, use pursane. First, I might use other things such as green tea, white tea, and especially tannic acid.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portulaca_oleracea

Replied by Rsw
Canton, Ohio
11/08/2011

Hi Ted,

I bought some seeds for purslane and grew them in a pot but didn't get enough to make a difference in the oral lichen planus. Bought some powder from China and only took it one time, I think 1/32 teaspoonful. Is this correct? Do not want to get kidney stones from this. I have tried colloidal silver, oil of oregano, olive leaf extract, Candex, tea tree oil, emu oil, vitamin E, jojoba oil, vegetable glycerin, neem oil, coconut oil, LDN, Alpha lipoid acid, Triamcinolone Acetonide dental paste and any other treatments I read about. Still have it almost 8 or more years. And if you have it in your mouth, you can assume you have it systemically. No need to test further. Is it totally a psychi problem? I am a life long worrier but having this does not make you calm down. I think I got it as a result of the statin drugs and stress at work, possibly with gold inlays as a trigger. What can you take internally for this (auto-immune?) disease?

Replied by Wellwisher
Toronto, Ontario
11/21/2012

Hi! I had lichen planus in mouth but it has totally gone now. I didn't use any medicine for it. I realised that good sleep, tension/stress free lifestyle is the best cure for this. But, it is hard to be stress free. Good luck! Thank you.


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