what causes Skin Rash
Non Painful Diseases
Rashes can be caused by many things. To find the cause,
follow a logical pattern. It may be due to:
• Yeast and Fungus
• Childhood Diseases (rubella, etc.)
HIV is the most alarming possibility. Eliminate it first by
testing for it. It's often too early for a clinical test to be positive
for HIV, so use the Syncrometer (page 457). I often see the rash
disappear within days of eliminating the virus.
Probably the most common cause of rash is yeast. Candida
has a resonant frequency of 384-388 KHz. If you test positive for
it, stop all commercial soap and detergent for all possible uses.
Zapping Candida may drive it away for a few days. The fungus
is hosted by another parasite but finds your skin quite satisfactory
for a home, at least while your skin immunity is low. It may be
low from wearing metal jewelry, having metal tooth fillings,
aluminum (from lotions and soaps), cobalt (from shaving
supplies), and zirconium (from deodorant.). When all these are
removed, the skin will dry up quickly in open air or under a heat
In babies' skin, immunity is low from diaper chemicals
(mercury and thallium), wipes, and soap and detergent chemi
cals. Tight fitting, mercury treated diapers
are a modern atrocity. Always line them
with a tissue and keep them loose fitting.
The skin that has rash or fungus should
be dried with paper towels, unfragranced
and uncolored, in order not to contaminate
the cloth towels, and thereby transport the
tiny infectious spores to other skin locations.
You may use skin healers.
Only the skin healers given in Recipes
are safe to use. Keep them refrigerated
when not in daily use. Commercial lotions,
including health varieties, all contain toxic
Many adult rashes are due to allergies.
Allergy to nickel is common, the reaction is
easiest to see under rings or watches. The pers are a modern
metal is pulled into the body for
elimination. Since nickel is used by so many
mercury and thal
bacteria, especially urinary tract bacteria, it
lium into the
doesn't get eliminated, it gets taken up by
bacteria. It also piles up in kidneys,
adrenals, bladder and prostate where
bacteria thrive on it. Strangely, it also accumulates in the male
scalp (and in women's scalps who have male pattern baldness).
Allergy to strawberries, perfume, deodorant or chlorinated
water, however different they are, can all be expressed the same
way, in a rash. The liver has refused (been unable) to detoxify
the chemicals in these items and allows them to circulate in the
body. Not for long, though, since great damage could be done to
brain and other tissues. Mercifully, the skin grabs these chemicals
into itself. Ultimately, it must still be removed. The allergic
reaction and your immune system come to your skin's rescue,
although bringing you discomfort.
Why didn't the liver detoxify the chemicals given to it? The
answer is based on a simple experiment. Try cleaning your liver
(page 552) several times or until 1,000 bits of refuse have been
washed out of the bile ducts. This relieves the back pressure on
that part of the liver, and allows it to do its work again. The
physiological details are not understood. Fortunately, the results
are instantaneous. The day before the liver cleanse you would
never eat a strawberry or peanut for fear of a reaction. A few
days after the cleanse, your body “knows” which food it might
tolerate and as you try a bit, you notice no reaction, no rash This
simple experiment suggests that the liver couldn't detoxify these
foods because of the refuse in its ducts.
Each liver cleanse “cures” a different set of allergies suggesting
that the liver is compartmentalized—different parts
having different duties. It follows that by getting all the stones out
all your allergies will disappear. Experience shows this to be
true, although it can take two years to carry out such a program.
Meanwhile, avoiding the offensive food or product is very
important. It is quite destructive to bathe the brain in strawberry
chemicals or your toes in maple syrup chemicals. Stay off allergy-
producing foods and products even if you can tolerate a
little or can be “desensitized” to them with shots or homeopathic
methods. Use these methods for relief, not license to continue
using items that tax your body.
Certain childhood diseases produce a rash and this can be
diagnosed by testing for the suspected disease with a slide or
culture of it. Then use a zapper to kill both the bug and any larger
parasites that may have brought it in.