by Dr. Lawrence Wilson

June 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.


All information in this article is for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.


            Rosacea is a fairly common skin infection.  Symptoms include reddened patches of skin on the face, in particular.  Some people also develop bumps on the skin.  A few have eye irritation and dryness and some have swelling of the nose.

            Conventional medicine does not know the cause and does not have a cure for the condition.

Standard medical remedies include antibiotics anti-inflammatory skin creams to control symptoms.




            A development program can slowly get rid of rosacea.  One must do the program faithfully and completely, and it requires a few years on a program.




            Hyperbaric oxygen for rosacea.  Dr. Julian Whitaker, MD reported in his December 2013 issue, Vol. 23, #12, that one of his patients cleared up her rosacea supposedly after one treatment with hyperbaric oxygen.  Dr. Whitaker states that hyperbaric oxygen is not a regular treatment for rosacea, but it worked in this case.


            Hydrochloric acid.  Jonathan Wright, MD, ND and others have reported favorable results with Rosacea when the patient takes tablets of hydrochloric acid.  The mechanism of action is not known, but presumably the hydrochloric acid stops or reduces an infection in the stomach or intestines that may be at the root of the problem.



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