Sea Salt and Psoriatric Arthritis
November 30, 2009 by Bob Livingston
I am writing you a long overdue letter. I used to suffer from psoriatric arthritis in my hands and knuckle joints. My fingers were so swollen they looked like sausages. My knuckles were swollen, red, painful and hot to the touch. If I clenched my fists very tightly my hands would bleed in many places through painful cracks. I had to wear white cotton gloves in order to avoid getting blood on everything I touched. I went to many doctors and dermatologists. No one had an answer, and one even said it was the worst case of psoriatric arthritis he had seen.
Did I say it was painful? So much so the pain would wake me up at night.
Then I read your article in The Bob Livingston Letter about sea salt about two years ago. I bought Redmond Sea Salt, the one mined in Utah. In just 15 days after using it daily the symptoms began to recede. Within a month I was as good as new. To this day I have not had a reoccurrence.
My friend who is my age had similar symptoms but not as severe was amazed and somewhat skeptical when I told him about the sea salt. He tried it and he has had no reoccurrence in a couple of years.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Bob’s Comment: I’m getting more and more reports of simple sea salt (¼ to ½ teaspoon per day) in a glass of water, allegedly curing people of Type II diabetes and various forms of arthritis. I can also say this with certainty: Be sure to give your pet sea salt on a regular basis.